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The Great Divide Rivalry Day 

When: Sat., Nov. 24, 11:30 a.m. 2012
Price: Free, $20/seat inside theater
Nothing less than the most intense team loyalty could get people to walk around wearing the word “Cocks” on various parts of their bodies. That loyalty has a long history — the Clemson-USC matchup is one of the oldest rivalries in collegiate football history, as the teams have met on the gridiron every year since 1909. This Saturday, they square off once more for one of the biggest games of the season. For those of you who can’t make it to Clemson for the game, the Hippodrome has got your back with a full day of football watching and tailgating. For $20, you can watch the Tigers play the Gamecocks on the Hippodrome’s massive projection screen amid the roar of their surround sound system. If you’d rather mill around enjoying the social scene, hang out in the lobby or in a trailer outside, which will be outfitted with dozens of TVs so you can catch all of the day’s other great rivalry games, like Alabama vs. Auburn and Michigan vs. Ohio State. Also outside, they’ll have tailgating, food trucks, and a cornhole tournament. Joining in on all the outside fun is free of charge. And no coolers needed, as full bar service will be offered both in
— Seth Clare


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