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Sam Richmond | NCAA.com | October 10, 2015

College football shows support for South Carolina relief efforts

South Carolina is slowly recovering from the widespread flooding that followed one of heaviest and most intense rainstorms in recorded weather history last week.

The world of college football has taken notice and is showing its support in a number of ways.

Clemson, which was not hit as hard by the floods, has played a role in relief efforts and added a design that honors South Carolina on its field:

The South Carolina Gamecocks were to play LSU at home this weekend. Instead, they take on the Tigers in Baton Rouge, where they are getting a warm welcome:

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