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The game can be heard on ...
The game can be heard on ESPN Radio 93.1 FM, with Pete Yanity doing play-by-play and Will Merritt serving as analyst for the Tigers Radio Network.
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Admittedly, the potential return on investment was pretty lucrative for some, like Will Merritt, former Clemson lineman who is a member of the Tigers' broadcast team.
After investing only a "couple hundred bucks":
"The checks were rolling in hot and heavy there for a while," said Merritt who made about $10,000 by getting a "bunch of buddies" to enroll.
Will Merritt was born and raised in Powdersville, SC.
He received his degree with honors from Clemson University in 2000 in Speech and Communication, and a minor in Business.
football career and energetic marketing skills lead him to the syndicated sport talk radio show "THE SCORE.
hosts "THE SCORE," and is a weekly guest of ESPN radio and FOXSports radio.
He is also the football Color Commentator for the Clemson Tigers Sports Network.
From here Will's marketing strategies and strengths produced opportunities in many real estate endeavors.
and Seth Landrum successfully began Mulch Mart of Powdersville, a retail landscape supply on Hwy 153, and their network of resources grew increasingly strong for development projects.
Seth implemented his knowledge at WELCO
, meanwhile expanding his goals to partner with Will
on future business enterprises.
WJOX Podcast: Will Merritt on ...
WJOX Podcast: Will Merritt on The RoundTable
Will Merritt, former Clemson standout and color analyst for the Clemson Tigers Radio Network, joins The RoundTable to discuss the Tigers offseason and their preparation for their upcoming contest with Auburn.
Merritt named Color Commentator on CU Football
...Former Clemson All-ACC offensive guard Will Merritt will provide color commentary on radio broadcasts of Tiger football games in 2003.
The announcement was made by Clemson Tigers Sports Properties and Learfield Communications. Merritt
will join veteran play-by-play broadcaster Jim Phillips, who will be in his 36th year covering the Tigers home and away.
replaces former Clemson quarterback Rodney Williams, who resigned his
position with the network earlier this year to spend more time with his family.
played for the Tigers from 1998-2001.He
was a starter in 2000 and 2001 when he
was named second-team All-ACC.Those are the most productive Clemson teams in history in terms of total offense.He
played on three bowl teams at Clemson, including the 2000 team that finished the season ranked 15th in the final AP poll with a 9-3 record.He
also was named to the All-ACC Academic
team each of those seasons.He graduated from Clemson in December of 2000. Merritt
worked on the Clemson
Radio network pregame and postgame shows last season, his
first fall out of school.He
also provided color commentary on the television tape-delay broadcasts of selected Clemson
games in 2002.