Assistant coach Skip Holtz, second from right, hugs his father, USC head coach Lou Holtz, far right, as the Gamecocks come from behind to defeat Alabama at Williams-Brice Stadium. The 37-36 victory is the first time USC defeated Alabama.
Assistant coach Skip Holtz, second from right, hugs his father, USC head coach Lou Holtz, far right, as the Gamecocks come from behind to defeat Alabama at Williams-Brice Stadium. The 37-36 victory is the first time USC defeated Alabama.
Assistant coach Skip Holtz, second from right, hugs his father, USC head coach Lou Holtz, far right, as the Gamecocks come from behind to defeat Alabama at Williams-Brice Stadium. The 37-36 victory is the first time USC defeated Alabama.

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