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Carolina Football Inks Home-and-Home Series with Virginia Tech

Gamecocks and Hokies to Meet in 2034 and 2035

 
Continuing a trend of adding attractive home-and-home football series with quality Football Bowl Subdivision opponents, the University of South Carolina and Virginia Tech have agreed on a two-year contract, the schools announced today. The Hokies will visit Williams-Brice Stadium in Columbia on Sept. 16, 2034, while the Gamecocks will make the return trip to Lane Stadium in Blacksburg, Va. for a contest on Sept. 15, 2035. (VIEW ARTICLE)

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4 minutes ago, MFB said:

Word is there is a kid at Children's World who has been making some noise, last week he threw a football over the monkey bars

With that kind of arm strength, he'll be able to throw a football over them mountains by the time he's eligible.

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  Va. Tech had the worst turf in the world I played on, they did it on purpose. First thing was the grass was way too high so it hindered the kickers. Then that said grass usually got damp at night so it was slippery and if we didnt see rain in the forecast our equipment gang would not pack up the weather cleats. It also seemed it slowed us down especially on routes where severe cuts were called for. They were hidden pot holes also, those things were like land mines. Va Tech players knew exactly were all of those were and we didnt. Part of their defensive game was to push the offense towards those pot holes. LOL

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