Subcommittee kills bill requiring USC, Clemson to play


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From WIS:

The subcommittee says “no” to a proposed bill that would mandate the annual Clemson versus South Carolina football game.

According to Rep. Nathan Ballentine, the subcommittee met Wednesday morning to see if the proposed bill would be approved, but before the bill advanced to the full committee, the subcommittee had voted it down.

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