Six years ago South Carolina fans were doing ‘five-bombs’ after defeating Clemson for a fifth straight year.
Saturday afternoon at William-Brice Stadium, instead of throwing things at the Clemson players on the field, as the Tigers did their walk of champions, many South Carolina students turned their backs and used their middle fingers to express how they were feeling about Clemson.
Check out some of what the Clemson players saw in the stands at Williams-Brice Stadium in our Photo Gallery.
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