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Final Broadcast Notes And Game Day Information (Including Parking/Tailgating) In Winston Salem

By Scott Rhymer


The Tiger Pregame Show, driven by D&D Ford, will broadcast live from BB&T Field in Winston Salem, NC from 1:30-4:30 on WCCP 104.9 FM and

Former Tiger Willy Korn and WCCP host Roy Philpott will join Scott Rhymer for our 124th consecutive broadcast live on location where the Tigers play.

We have interviews with Dabo Swinney, Chad Morris, Brent Venables, Tajh Boyd, Dalton Freeman, Josh Watson, and Spencer Shuey to set the scene for the nationally televised Thursday night game. 

Will Vandervort will once again provide interviews for the Tiger Pregame Show, allowing fans to hear exactly what the players and coaches are thinking about the upcoming game.

We will all give our Clemson/Wake Forest predictions in addition to our ACC and SEC locks of the week.

You can listen to the Tiger Pregame Show, driven by D&D Ford, on WCCP 104.9 FM in the upstate of South Carolina.

You can also download the WCCP App or the Tune In App, both of which are free and will allow you to stream WCCP 104.9 FM on your Iphone, Blackberry, and Droid phones from anywhere in the world, including Winston Salem if you are attending the game.

If you are at work, stream us on and follow our Facebook and Twitter accounts for updates and pictures from Winston Salem.

Wake Forest Game Day Information
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Parking lots will be open at the Lawrence Joel Coliseum the morning of the game. Buses, RVs, rental trucks, and trailers will also be directed to the LJVM Coliseum lots. These vehicles will not be allowed to park or drop-off in the BB&T Field lots. General Public Parking in the LJVM lots is $8. Multiple spaces can be purchased if desired. For questions concerning parking at LJVM Coliseum, please call 336-725-5635.

Please call the Gameday Hotline at 336-758-GAME(4263) or text "WAKE {space} message and location" to 69050 with any parking/traffic questions, security, or customer service concerns.

  • Re-Entry into BB&T Field is permitted under the following guidelines.
  • Re-entry is permitted beginning at the conclusion of the 1st quarter.
  • Patrons must scan out (using their game ticket).
  • Patrons may re-enter at any gate as long as they are still in possession of their game ticket.
  • Fans choosing to exit and re-enter are subject to the same security measures and bag searches as their initial entrance into the stadium.
  • Patrons needing to leave and re-enter prior to the conclusion of the 1st quarter must visit a Guest Information Booth prior to exiting the stadium.

  • Fans are encouraged to arrive early and tailgate prior to the game.
  • Fans are encouraged to enter the gates at least 30 minutes prior to kickoff to avoid lines and support the team during the "Opening of the Gate"
  • Propane grills should be used when tailgating. Charcoal grills are discouraged from the premises due to charcoal waste.
  • Kegs are permissible. However, groups providing kegs are responsible for monitoring consumption and making sure those consuming alcohol are of legal age.
  • No liquor consumption.
  • No glass containers allowed.
  • All tents are restricted to grassy areas - no tents should be erected in parking areas, unless an additional pass (an empty spot where the tent is to be located) is purchased.
  • No external stereo systems allowed. Out of courtesy to others using the same parking lots, only portable radio/stereo units (boom boxes) will be permitted.
  • Gas generators are prohibited for safety reasons.
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