Mickey Plyler

Mickey Plyler brings more than 25 years of experience covering Clemson Athletics to  The Roar. He began his career as a student assistant in the Sports Information Department at Clemson University. In this role, he had the opportunity to learn from two Clemson legends, Bob Bradley and Tim Bourret. Following his graduation from Clemson, Plyler moved to Hilton Head, SC, where he got his start in the golf industry.

After three years working in Hilton Head for John Farrell, the head golf professional at Harbor Town Golf Links, Plyler moved back to his hometown of Irmo, SC to start his own company, Plyler’s Football Recruiting Service. Three years later, he joined forces with national radio analyst, Bill King, to form the nation’s first monthly football recruiting magazine, South Eastern Recruiting Alliance.

Following the success of the magazine, Plyler was offered his own radio show on  The Roar in November of 1998. Since he began at The ROAR, Plyler has hosted shows in every time slot. He has also served as a play-by-play and color analyst for college and high school football and baseball. In addition, Plyler has hosted pre-game and post-game shows for Clemson football and basketball.

You can follow Mickey on Twitter at @MickeyPlyer

John Hight

John began his career at The Roar as an intern for the Clemson Tigers Network, working with Zack Orr in production. He is now the co-host of The Mickey Plyler Show every morning.

John also handles our day-to-day production needs at the station and is the man behind the scenes of almost every Clemson Tigers Network broadcast. John is a proud Clemson graduate.

You can follow him on Twitter: @JohnHight