Through the years, the Clemson-South Carolina football rivalry has survived a lot of things. It survived the Spanish Flu, two World Wars and the assassination of a United States President. But through it all, the game pushed forward and was played.
For 111 straight years, the Clemson-Carolina rivalry has been the one thing, other than death and taxes, that the good people of South Carolina could count on. Until now.
The coronavirus has done something only a dispute over gate receipts and a near riot have done before, cause the cancelation of the Clemson-South Carolina game.