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Tiger Tailgate Show Live from Charlotte and Chiefs in Greenville on Saturday

Dec. 2, 2011

This Saturday, December 3, starting at 5 PM, Tiger fans will have two places to gather for the Tiger Tailgate Show, prior to the 2011 ACC Championship Game.

For fans making the trek to Charlotte, Roy Philpott will be broadcasting live from the WFNZ Dog House at 401 West Morehead Street in Charlotte, on the corner of Mint and Morehead. Starting at 5 PM, Roy will recap the amazing 2011 Clemson season and look ahead to the big championship game.

“The Voice of the Tigers” Pete Yanity will be joining him at The Dog House along with Clemson President James Barker! There will be free t-shirts from Tiger Town Graphics, Bojangles gift cards worth up to $100 apiece and other giveaways. The Dog House features a fully-staffed bar, indoor seating and loads of flat-screen TVs with all of that afternoon’s college football action; all within a short walk of the stadium.

For fans not making the trip to Charlotte, head to Chiefs in Greenville where we will be broadcasting with host David Stein and Ben Milstead and we’ll have the Clemson ACC Championship viewing party for the Upstate, starting at 5 PM.

At Chiefs, we will be giving away free t-shirts from Tiger Town Graphics and all fans wearing orange will receive drink specials and buy one-get one wings and appetizers all night long. You can also register to win your own “Man Cave”, a high-definition plasma TV, Chiefs Tailgate Party. One lucky fan will win a Motorola DROID Bionic Phone from Verizon Wireless and the Nokia Siemens Network.

Fans of the Clemson Tiger Sports Network Facebook Page are eligible to win. Click here to “friend” us. We will announce that winner live on the show at Chiefs!

Come join us in Charlotte at the Dog House or at Chiefs in Greenville this Saturday to celebrate Clemson’s 2011 ACC Championship Game and stick around with our friends and fans to watch the game! Fans who cannot make it out to either location can tune in on the Clemson Tiger Sports Network.