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Every high school football coach’s dream is to worry about scheduling around Thanksgiving.
Clemson and South Carolina have met on the gridiron each of the last 107 years, giving them the second-longest active rivalry streak college football has to offer.
When the South Carolina High School League released the Class 3A playoff bracket, some of Seneca High School’s football players made a note of when they would get another chance at the South Pointe Stallions — the defending state champions.
While Clemson and South Carolina may be trending in opposite directions — the eight-win disparity between the two programs is the greatest margin entering the game in rivalry history — Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney respects the program that gave him so many problems during the first few years of his tenure