Classic Clashes of the Carolina-Clemson Football Rivalry: A State of Disunion

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The History Press, 2011 - History - 206 pages
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Remember the most hotly contested battles in the history of the Clemson vs. University of South Carolina football rivalry, with firsthand accounts from dozens of players and passionate spectators. It's a rivalry that stretches back more than 100 years and features some of the most compelling moments in college football history. This look back at the most memorable "Big Thursday" moments will thrill Gameocock and Tiger fans alike.
  

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Review: Classic Clashes of the Carolina-Clemson Football Rivalry: A State of Disunion

User Review  - Bryan Robinson - Goodreads

Great insight to one of the most bitter rivalries in all of college football. It is one of the most underrated rivalries in all of sports in my opinion. They stopped playing it for several years ... Read full review

Review: Classic Clashes of the Carolina-Clemson Football Rivalry: A State of Disunion

User Review  - Isaiah - Goodreads

i love this book, im not a big fan but a lot of classic games goes down that i never knew of. this book talks about the in state rivary. well most of the book is talking about the good games that was never telivised. i hate that i missed sucks record breaking games. Read full review

Contents

Carolina Foreword by Tommy Suggs
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2000
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Epilogue Turning the Tables?
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Appendix Series Results Coaching Records
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About the Authors
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Copyright

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About the author (2011)

Travis Haney has covered University of South Carolina sports for The (Charleston, South Carolina) Post and Courier since April 2007. Prior to that, he traveled with the Atlanta Braves, covering more than four hundred Major League games for Morris News Service in two-plus seasons. Haney, twenty-nine, has won numerous writing awards and had a 2004 feature story published in the Best American Sports Writing series. The 2003 graduate of the University of Tennessee lives in Columbia, South Carolina, and considers the 2010 College World Series the greatest event he has ever covered, thanks in large part to the Gamecocks' dramatic run to the national title.

Larry Williams" is a co-convener and founding member of the Bennu Study Group of Atlanta Georgia. His articles have appeared in "History, the Bible and the Black Man" magazine, the "Atlanta Voice" newspaper, "Return to the Source" magazine, and "Afrika Must Unite: A Journal of Pan-Afrikan Affairs." He is a frequent lecturer on Marcus Garvey and other subjects in the field of African history.