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ESPN’s College GameDay is in South Carolina for the Clemson-Florida State ACC showdown. Big game, big stage for these two Top 5 teams and their fans. While David Pollack was making his pick for the game, one Clemson fan decided it would be wise to take off his shirt and pour what we would assume is a beer all over his body. Desmond Howard may have been more amused than anyone in America after watching this guy’s Shinning Moment.
Think this fan learned some of his moves from the Duke speedo guy?
[The Big Lead]
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As the Gameday crew took to Clemson, South Carolina yesterday to cover the highly touted matchup between Florida State and Clemson, one fan caught the attention of many as he poured beer all over himself and went nuts. The video below is quite entertaining. Hopefully the stakes are upped next week.
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Florida State debuted at number two in the initial BCS standings for 2013 after a blowout of Clemson. Photo: USA Today Sports
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