The announcement was made Tuesday. Kickoff for the contest will remain at 3:30 PM.
Two of Clemson's first three games will now be televised by the ESPN family of networks. Clemson's third game, at Auburn on September 18, will be televised by ESPN and has a 7:00 PM kickoff eastern time.
Clemson's second game of the year, against Presbyterian will be shown on ESPN3, an internet only broadcast.
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