The Clemson Tigers set out tonight on the road to try and end their miserable four-game losing streak against the rival South Carolina Gamecocks.
Unfortunately, they could not complete that mission as that streak was actually extended to five games, as the Gamecocks took the Tigers down once again, 31-17.
That final nail in the coffin came with about three minutes left in the fourth quarter, and South Carolina certainly made their last touchdown an interesting one.
On the Clemson 26 yard line, Steve Spurrier decided to reach into the old back of tricks to ensure that his team would walk away with the victory.
Facing a third-and-two, they put Pharoh Cooper in at QB. He took the snap, faked the run, and then found a wide open Brandon Wilds who raced down the sideline for the final score of the game:
Only Steve Spurrier.
Now, the Gamecocks will anxiously await the outcome of the Missouri-Texas A&M game. If A&M can pull off the upset, then South Carolina will meet up with Auburn next week in Atlanta.
[h/t] SB Nation