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Last year's loss weighed heavily on USC defense

COLUMBIA â€" South Carolina's damaged and down defense had done its job for 58 minutes. The Gamecocks had been kicked around in the weeks preceding last year's Clemson game, making Heisman cases for Arkansas' Darren McFadden and Florida's Tim Tebow.

When in doubt, better to go with the home team

They say you can throw the record books out the window when South Carolina and Clemson play football, that this kind of rivalry is unpredictable.

Harrell was missing piece in Ashley Hall's quest

Starpower can be vital to the success of any athletic team, but possibly none more so than high school tennis. Ashley Hall's resurgence to the top of SCISA girls' tennis is proof. While veteran coach Mary Gastley had a deep and talented team this fall, the primary reason for the Panthers' return to the spotlight may have been a decision Jamie Harrell made last year to forgo fulltime tennis training in favor of becoming a fulltime high school student.

Road life in Death Valley is just as nice as The Brice

The Clemson Tigers, as they drove 61 yards for a game-winning field goal last November, did not seem bothered by the nearly 80,000 screaming Gamecocks fans at Williams-Brice Stadium.

Napier settling in on big stage

CLEMSON â€" It took South Carolina State coach Buddy Pough less than a week to figure out that Billy Napier wasn't long for Orangeburg.

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