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"You’re either a block-gobbler, a farmer, or you’re a damn hunter and playmaker."
hopefully it is packed and loud. one thing we have re-established these past three years, and they can't take it away from us, is how difficult it is to come into WB and play the Gamecocks. We need to continue to establish home field dominance and make it one of the toughest venues in the SEC.
The OP's question has to be one of the dumbest ones I've seen in a long time, even on a Gamecock message board.
This will be the first home game I've missed since I don't know when. I missed the first game 12 years ago. I think that was the last one. My tickets will be used though.
My 4 are there-sandstorming!
I wish I could make it this week. It's a noon kickoff and that is really tough because the traffic triples on the way into the stadium. However, I would be very disappointed if the crowd was much less than 80,000. We still have a lot to play for and it's supposed to be a pleasant day - just over 70 and overcast with no rain. You can't beat that.
.......IF YOU HAVE AVAILABLE TICKETS, I NEED SOME FOR A FRIEND.......
It's an SEC confy eastern divisional game.
Count on 82.350.
Make some noise.
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