ATLANTA, GA - SEPTEMBER 01: Vic Beasley #3 of the Clemson Tigers reacts after sacking Kiehl Frazier #10 of the Auburn Tigers in the final seconds of their 26-19 win at Georgia Dome on September 1, 2012 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

SEC Network announces broadcast team for Auburn-Clemson showdown

We've got the primetime team!

Clemson and Auburn will meet in Auburn for the first game of the season for a 9 p.m. kickoff. The game will be broadcast on SEC Network and we know the telecast team calling the game now.

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An ESPN release said that Jesse Palmer and Brent Musberger will be in the booth while Kaylee Hartung will patrol the sidelines during the game. ESPN senior coordinating producer Lee Fitting said that he has high expectations for the game and that's why it got the primetime treatment.

"These high-caliber games are what makes it the best opening weekend in the history of college football. Additionally, we will have marquee commentating teams in place for what is guaranteed to be a memorable three days. For ESPN/ABC, I couldn't think of a better way to start the most exciting regular season in sports."

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Auburn recently dismissed some key players from the team and still doesn't have a starter at quarterback so it might not be as good a game as some people hope. It should still do well in the ratings department and that's all that really matters for ESPN and it will be a good warmup for Clemson without them having to schedule an actual cupcake.