In 1961, members of USC's Sigma Nu fraternity are chased off the field after pulling a stunt in which they pretended to be the Clemson football team. Fans were clued into the prank after the brothers performed a variety of silly warm-up drills.
The 1963 South Carolina-Clemson game in Columbia had a subdued atmosphere after the assassination of President Kennedy.
In 1977, in perhaps the most thrilling game in the series, the Gamecocks erased a 24-0 deficit to seize a 27-24 advantage in the final minutes. Back came the Tigers, with quarterback Steve Fuller throwing his famed strike to Jerry Butler on a 20-yard play that broke Carolina's heart. Clemson won 31-27.
Clemson's William "Refrigerator" Perry barrels down on USC quarterback Mike Hold during the 1984 game, a 22-21 Gamecocks victory.
In 1992, USC freshman quarterback Steve Taneyhill hit fake home runs after each big play, autographed the Tiger paw at midfield when it was over and punctuated the Gamecocks' 24- 13 victory with a bow.
In 2000, Carolina hung on to a one-point lead late when quarterback Woody Dantzler launched a desperation pass toward Rod Gardner, who battled Carolina defender Andre Goodman for position and for the ball. Did the receiver interfere? The official said no. The 50-yard completion set up Aaron Hunt's chip-shot field goal for a 16-14 Clemson victory.
Charlie Whitehurst ruled over USC as Clemson’s quarterback, winning all four meetings from 2002-05, including a 63-17 win in 2003.
In the infamous late-game brawl in 2004 at Memorial Stadium, Lou Holtz tries to play peacemaker during his final game as coach of South Carolina.
In the infamous late-game brawl in 2004 at Memorial Stadium, Clemson running back Yusef Kelly, right, kicks an unidentified USC player in the head.
In the infamous late-game brawl in 2004 at Memorial Stadium, USC's George Silas and Clemson's Anthony Waters fight.
In 2006, Clemson place kicker Jad Dean misses left on a 39-yard field goal attempt to end the game. South Carolina won 31-28.
In 2006, USC kicker Ryan Succop's fourth-quarter field goal gave USC the extra points it needed to deafeat Clemson 31-28 at Memorial Stadium.
In 2007, USC defenders can't block a field goal from Clemson's Mark Buchholz, who nails the game-winner at Williams-Brice Stadium. Clemson won 23-21.
Dylan Thompson during South Carolina's scrimmage Saturday, Aug. 9, 2014, at Williams-Brice Stadium.
University of South Carolina fans celebrate the Gamecocks 34-17 victory over Clemson University with No. 9 Moe Brown at Williams-Brice Stadium in 2009.