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Havoline Football Saturdays in the South Spotlights Da’Quan Bowers On This Weekend’s Show

Havoline Football Saturdays in the South Spotlights Da’Quan Bowers On This Weekend’s Show

Aug. 5, 2011

CHARLOTTE, NC – Raycom Sports’ Emmy Award-winning summer television series, “Havoline Football Saturdays in the South,” continues its eighth season this weekend. The series is hosted by Tim Brando and syndicated in 68 markets throughout the greater southeast and Atlantic coast.

The show will air in Greenville, S.C. on Saturday, August 6 at 2:30 p.m. on WHNS.

Recap the 2010 season with the ACC Defensive Player of the Year and Bronko Nagurski Award winner, Da’Quan Bowers. One of the best players in college football last season, the defensive end for Clemson led the nation with 15.5 sacks and helped the Tigers to a bowl appearance. All of this was accomplished as Bowers dealt with the death of his father before the start of the season.

Tailgate with one of the more unique events in college football, the Volunteer Navy. Started by former Tennessee broadcaster George Mooney who parked his boat there first in 1962, dozens of boats dock near Neyland Stadium on the Tennessee River before each home game. Spend some nautical time on gameday with Tennessee fans.

And finally, step into the life of a college football official. Aside from the field of play, the public rarely gets to see everything that goes into being an official. In a special two-part piece, get an exclusive look into the job and all that entails both on and off the field.

For a complete listing of local affiliates and airtimes, please visit RaycomSports.com or view the PDF below.

Broadcast Information for Football Saturday’s in the South

Based in Charlotte, Raycom Sports is a leading independent sports marketing, event management and production firm. Raycom is the syndicated television rightsholder of ACC men’s basketball and football telecasts.

Raycom Sports’ parent company Raycom Media, located in Montgomery, AL, owns and operates 46 television stations covering over 12 percent of the United States across 18 states.

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