Clemson (11–0) will look to continue its undefeated season coming off a 33–13 victory over Wake Forest last week. Quarterback DeShaun Watson went 24 for 35, throwing for over 300 yards and three touchdowns. With a win over South Carolina, the Tigers will be one step closer to their first undefeated regular season since 1981, the same year they won a national championship.
South Carolina (3–8) will try to snap a four-game losing streak after being upset by The Citadel, 23–22, last week. Wide receiver Pharoh Cooper had 11 catches for 191 yards and a touchdown. The Gamecocks struggled to get into the end zone against The Citadel, and had to settle for three field goals.
How to watch
Details for Saturday’s game are below.
Kickoff: Noon ET
Live stream: The game can be live streamed here.
Sept. 5: vs. Wofford (W, 49–10)
Sept. 12: vs. Appalachian State (W, 41–10)
Sept. 17: at Louisville (W, 20–17)
Oct. 3: vs. Notre Dame (W, 24–22)
Oct. 10: vs. Georgia Tech (W, 43–24)
Oct. 17: vs. Boston College (W, 34–17)
Oct. 24: at Miami (FL) (58–0)
Oct. 31: at NC State (W, 56–41)
Nov. 7: vs. Florida State (W, 23–13)
Nov. 14: at Syracuse (W, 37–27)
Nov. 21: vs. Wake Forest (W, 33–13)
Nov. 28: at South Carolina (Noon ET)
Sept. 3: vs. North Carolina (W, 17–13)
Sept. 12: vs. Kentucky (L, 26–22)
Sept. 19: at Georgia (L, 52–20)
Sept. 26: vs. Central Florida (W, 31–14)
Oct. 3: at Missouri (L, 24–10)
Oct. 10: vs. LSU (L, 45–24)
Oct. 17: vs. Vanderbilt (W, 19–10)
Oct. 31: at Texas A&M (L, 28–35)
Nov. 7: at Tennessee (L, 27–24)
Nov. 14: vs. Florida (L, 24–14)
Nov. 21: vs. The Citadel (L, 23–22)
Nov. 28: vs. Clemson (Noon ET)