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Tiger Baseball Television and Web Cast Schedule Released

By Clemson Sports Information Department

Clemson Announces 2012 Baseball Television & Webcast Schedule

Tigers will have 36 regular-season games on live video in 2012.

Clemson, SC -Clemson announced Monday that seven regular-season baseball games will be televised and 29 more will be available via live webcast through TigerCast or ESPN3 in 2012. Therefore, a total of 36 Clemson regular-season baseball games will be on some form of live video in 2012.

Four games will be televised by CSS (Comcast/Charter Sports Southeast), the road game at Georgia on March 27, the home game against Georgia on April 11, and the road games at Georgia Tech on April 27 and April 28. The Georgia game on April 11 was moved from 6:30 PM to 7:00 PM and the Georgia Tech game on April 28 was moved from 6:00 PM to 4:00 PM to accomodate television.

Two home games will be televised on ESPNU, the Miami (FL) game on March 31 at 4:00 PM (changed from 6:30 PM) and the Florida State game on May 14.

One more game will be televised by RSN (Regional Sports Network), the home game against N.C. State on April 14 at 12:00 PM. The game was moved from its original start time of 6:30 PM. The Clemson Football Spring Game will take place at Memorial Stadium at 4:00 PM that day.

Clemson is slated to play 35 regular-season home games in 2012.

Other than the four televised home games mentioned above, 29 of the other 31 home games will be webcast on either TigerCast or ESPN3. The South Carolina game on March 4, the Miami (FL) games on March 30 and April 1, and the Florida State games on May 12 and May 13 will be on ESPN3, while, excluding the UAB game on February 19 and the Maine game on February 25, the other home games will be available on TigerCast.

All game assignments for television/webcasts are subject to change. Visit Clemson’s official athletic website ( for the most up-to-date information on the Tigers’ live baseball webcasts.

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