Trey Fisher serves as a special correspondent for The ACC Digital Network

 

Provides unique coverage of the BCS Championship and Live Streaming of Pre Game Press Conferences on theACC.com

CHARLOTTE, N.C.  – The ACC Digital Network (ACCDN) brought to you by Ruby Tuesday announced today that Trey Fisher, Coach Jimbo Fisher’s 12-year old son, will join host Jeff Fischel and analyst Clinton Portis in Pasadena, CA as a special correspondent, further enhancing its expansive coverage of FSU’s road to the BCS Championship. Trey Fisher became an instant celebrity earlier this season when his pregame handshake with Heisman winner Jameis Winston went viral (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jKhOqnFCRr8). 

“We’ve been able to treat our viewers to unprecedented access to the best teams in the country all season. With FSU’s place in the national title game, we are excited to take our coverage to new heights” said Andy Siegel, Executive Producer.

Trey Fisher along with the ACCDN broadcast team will provide fans on-site access to coach and player interviews as well as fan reaction beginning today and through the BCS Championship Game kickoff through its online video network.  All ACCDN video on demand segments, originating from Pasadena, CA are viewable on either theACC.com, the ACC mobile and tablet app, as well as various streaming and connected mobile and TV devices.

Also, the ACCDN will be feature a LIVE stream of the BCS Championship Pre Game PressConferences on Sunday at 11 ET on theACC.com. Live Stream Link: http://theacc.co/FB14FSUinBCS

For all coverage of FSU’s Road to the BCS Championship, fans should follow on twitter @theACCDN as well as the broadcast team: @JeffFischel and @TheRealC_Portis.