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Two Clemson Football Games To Be Shown Only On College Sports Southeast

July 19, 2000


Birmingham, Ala. – COLLEGE SPORTS Southeast will provide highlight replay coverage of every Clemson football game beginning this Fall, including television coverage of two contests only available on the Birmingham-based network.

COLLEGE SPORTS Southeast will air its Clemson replays on Sundays, at 1 p.m. ET and will re-broadcast the production several times throughout the week. The first replay will air Sunday, September 3, 2000, and will feature The Citadel coming to Clemson. This game will be televised and broadcast exclusively on COLLEGE SPORTS Southeast and will only be available on the college sports network.

COLLEGE SPORTS Southeast will continue its coverage Sept. 10, with a replay broadcast of the Missouri contest. Sept. 17, the network will provide another exclusive telecast of the Tigers first ACC showdown of the season as Clemson faces Wake Forest.

The Tigers head to Virginia. to face the Cavaliers, which will air on the network Sept. 24. On Sept. 30, the network will provide a replay broadcast of Clemson facing Duke. October 8, COLLEGE SPORTS Southeast will telecast the Tigers from back in Clemson as they face N.C. State at Frank Howard Field.

Clemson Homecoming television coverage against Maryland will be available on COLLEGE SPORTS Southeast. This telecast will air Oct. 15. October 22, COLLEGE SPORTS Southeast will feature a Clemson vs. North Carolina replay from Chapel Hill.

October 29, COLLEGE SPORTS Southeast will air a replay of Georgia Tech facing the Tigers in an ACC battle. The next week COLLEGE SPORTS Southeast will be in Tallahassee, Fla., where the Tigers will face pre-season #1 ranked Florida State. This replay will air on the network Nov. 5. COLLEGE SPORTS Southeast will continue its replay coverage of Clemson, Nov. 19, as it faces its cross-state rival South Carolina at Clemson.

COLLEGE SPORTS Southeast’s original nightly news show, College Sports Central will be on-location at the Madren Center in Clemson for a pre-season special, Aug. 24. The show will provide an in-depth look at the Tiger’s 2000 season. The network will also provide the Tommy Bowden Show each Monday night at 8 p.m. ET.

Cecil “Hootie” Ingram will serve as color analyst for COLLEGE SPORTS Southeast’s Clemson football broadcasts. Ingram served as Clemson head football coach 1970-72. In 1973, Ingram began his administrative career as associate commissioner to the Southeastern Conference. Veteran sportscaster and College Sports Central anchor, Doug Bell, will be the principal announcer for the Clemson broadcasts. Bell has provided play-by-play analysis for Big 12 Conference basketball, SEC baseball, NFL Europe and Alabama football pay-per-view and replay.

COLLEGE SPORTS Southeast is a cable television and interactive web network totally dedicated to college sports in the Southeast. The network provides live and replay telecasts of new and traditional rivalries as well as championships and original programming.