USC - Clemson First Half Video Highlights


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Clemson breaks ground on the West End Zone project before the game.




Coach Bowden and the Tigers enter Death Valley and rub "The Rock".




Run down "The Hill" with the Tigers.




The Brawl that started it all.




David Dunham's big hit that forces the turnover on the opening kickoff.




Reggie Merriweather plows over Gamecock defenders for his first touchdown of the day.




Clemson fans celebrate the quick score by the Tigers.




Cory Groover puts the Gamecock's Summers on his back for a loss.




Reggie Merriweather again runs over the Gamecock defense for another score.




Merriweather picks up some tough yards and possibly hit late.




Snapper Geoff Risby tackles the Gamecock returner inside his own 5 yard line.




Gaines Adams block the punt but the Gamecocks recover for one of their few first downs on the day.




Duane Coleman makes a nice run.




Charles Bennett throws Summers down for another loss.



USC quarterback gets his prayer answer on a long TD throw.




Merriweather runs over the Gamecock defensive unit on third and short for a pick up of 7 yards.




Travis Pugh and David Dunham put a big hit on the USC running back.




Leroy Hill puts another big hit on the Gamecock recevier that knocks the ball out.




The Gamecock defensive back gets a free hit on the Clemson receiver as Whitehurst's pass sails out of bounds.

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