Emmy Award-Winning Havoline Football Saturdays Episode 2 Airs This Weekend


This Week Features Clemson Defensive Standout Vic Beasley and a Road Trip to Syracuse for Homecoming

Charlotte, N.C. – Raycom Sports’ multi-Emmy Award-winning summer television series, “Havoline Football Saturdays,” continues its 11th season this summer with Episode 2.  The series, with six one-hour episodes, is hosted by Tim Brando and syndicated in 92 markets throughout the country.

Also head to Clemson for a music lesson with standout defensive end Vic Beasley. After leading the ACC in sacks last year, Beasley decided to return to the Tigers for his senior season. A rare combination of strength and speed, it took a few position changes at Clemson before Beasley made an impact last season. During this transition, he used the piano as an outlet for his frustrations. Beasley still uses music to keep him focused and give him the edge that will make him one of the best defensive linemen in the nation this season.  

Finally, visit Syracuse with our Mister Road Trip Tommy Kane as he takes in homecoming with the Orange faithful. T-K samples the world famous Dinosaur BBQ before checking in on the newly crowned king and queen, and Syracuse legend Floyd Little.  Tommy also visits with the men’s basketball team where he challenges ACC standout C.J. Fair to a game of one-on-one.  It’s not pretty but Tommy escapes to show us the Orange’s first ever home ACC football game.

For a complete listing of local affiliates and airtimes, please visit www.FootballSaturdays.com.

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