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Saturday, November 26, 2016 at Memorial Stadium (Clemson, SC) Tigers 56, Gamecocks 7The South Carolina vs Clemson matchup was a big game for the Tigers’ quarterback Deshaun Watson as his last home game for the season. Watson did not disappoint Clemson fans by dominating the game with 347 yards and six touchdown throws bringing the final score against the Gamecocks, 56-7 Clemson. On the other side of the field, Gallman rushed 112 yards and one touchdown for South Carolina but he could not hold up against Clemson’s defense. The South Carolina end their regular season as bowl eligible, while the Clemson Tigers will go on to go head to head against Virginia Tech in the ACC Championship.
Saturday, November 28, 2015 at Williams-Brice Stadium (Columbia, SC) Tigers 37, Gamecocks 32The buildup to the 2015 Clemson-South Carolina game was less hyped than in previous years, as Clemson was riding an undefeated season, and the Gamecocks struggled at 3-8. But the game was every bit as exciting as typical meetings between the two South Carolina powers. The Tigers defense held South Carolina in check in the first half, while Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson thrived, running for more than 110 yards, and adding 279 through the air. But the Gamecocks rallied, scoring 29 second half points including a touchdown with less than 30 seconds left to bring the game within 5 points. But there was too much Clemson, as the Tigers took their 2nd straight against USC.
Saturday, November 29, 2014 at Memorial Stadium (Clemson, SC) Tigers 35, Gamecocks 17 It took 6 years for Dabo Swinney to get his 2nd win against South Carolina, but he did in a big way. The Tigers dominated the 112th meeting between South Carolina and Clemson from start to finish. Clemson's quarterbak Deshaun Watson had one of the best games of his young carreer, throwing for more than 260 yards, and 2 touchdowns, without throwing an interception. Clemson's win broke South Carolina's 5 game winning streak in this rivalry, which was the longest uniterrupted winning streak the Gamecocks have ever had over Clemson.
Saturday, November 20, 2013 at Williams-Brice Stadium (Columbia, SC) Gamecocks 31, Tigers 17 The game was close into the fourth quarter, but 14 unanswered points from South Carolina put the result in the bag for Steve Spurrier’s team for the fifth straight year. Taj Boyd was intercepted twice in the contest and his only TD came on the ground in a game where Clemson had the ball for less than 22 minutes. Connor Shaw managed the game for South Carolina and wideout Pharoh Cooper threw the final TD of the game with 3:44 left.
Saturday, November 24, 2012 at Memorial Stadium (Clemson, SC) Gamecocks 27, Tigers 17 South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier’s 65th win makes him the winningest coach in Gamecocks history, and it was the fourth straight win for South Carolina over Clemson. Jadaveon Clowney had 4.5 sacks on the usually-elusive Clemson QB Taj Boyd to lead South Carolina to its 10th win of the season. Clemson went out to a 14-7 lead in the first quarter, but an Ace Sanders 34-yard TD swung it back in SC’s favor. Clemson held the ball for only 20 minutes in the contest, compared to South Carolina’s 40 minutes.