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Are McDonald's Golden Arches Losing Their Luster?
So yeah, FCS games and the potential embarrassment that comes with losing them can make some folks in the Palmetto State sweat. A convincing victory over a good Wofford team would be further proof that the Gamecocks have indeed left the bad old days behind. Then one week later they turn their attention from the floor to the ceiling, in a rivalry game with Clemson at Williams-Brice Stadium that’s becoming more and more anticipated with every passing day.
Are McDonald’s Golden Arches Losing Their Luster
Although the Gamecocks played then-College Football Playoff poll No. 1 Georgia a few weeks ago, that game being on the road took most of the upset potential out of the matchup. It will be a very different animal on Nov. 25 in Columbia when No. 2 Clemson visits. Will Muschamp’s team earned a signature upset of sorts last season with a victory at home over a Tennessee team ranked No. 18 by the AP. In hindsight, and in the aftermath of the , that victory has lost much of its luster. Clemson, by contrast is no (excuse the phrase) paper Tiger, with back-to-back appearances in the CFP championship game and one national title to show for it.