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The ‘Palmeto Bowl” or simply put as the ”’The Battle of the Palmetto State” (Hardee’s Trophy) is one underrated rivalry in college football that should earn a few more set of eyes these days.
Both teams are legit this season, but more importantly the Gamecocks are attempting for their fourth straight victory (would be most consecutive since 1951-1954)
Jadeveon Clowney’s services were not needed against FCS opponent Wofford, but the Gamecocks will be running into a different animal with Clemson.
The Tigers are coming off an emphatic 62-48 victory over NC State, which is where Tajh Boyd threw an ACC-record 8 total TD.
Boyd has a ton of playmakers that would be All-American superstars on SEC squads and this is a major statement type of game to earn back some of that disrespect from the BCS computers.
The pollsters have not exactly shown a ton of love for Clems...
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No matter what North Carolinas Giovani Bernard does Saturday vs. Maryland, Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd is the ACCs Player of the Year.
Boyd moved into the lead with some amazingly productive performances earlier in the month and sealed the deal last Saturday, accounting for an ACC-record eight touchdowns in the Tigers 62-48 victory over North Carolina State. The previous mark...
South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney broke the single-season sack record against Clemson on Saturday.
Clemson, S.C. As South Carolina defensive coordinator Lorenzo Ward passed his best player in the cramped press area underneath Clemson's Memorial Stadium, he admitted that he had lied.
Before the game, Ward had told his standout defensive end Jadeveon Clowney that there were big shoes to fill in Saturday night's rivalry game against the in-state Tigers, bigger surely than...
South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney and safety DeVonte Holloman speak after South Carolina's 27-17 win over Clemson.
South Carolina continues its win streak over the Tigers with a 27-17 win at Clemson. Dylan Thompson and Jadeveon Clowney stole the show in tonight's big victory for the Gamecocks.
CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) -- Backup quarterback Dylan Thompson threw for three touchdowns, Jadeveon Clowney had 4 1-2 sacks and No. 13 South Carolina won its fourth straight over 12th-ranked Clemson 27-17 Saturday as Gamecocks coach Steve Spurrier became the school's victories leader.
Thompson got the call for the Gamecocks (10-2) because starter Connor Shaw sprained his left foot...