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  • What's that sound? USC soccer teams add vuvuzelas for 2016 season

    With the relaxation of conference rules regarding the use of artificial noise makers, South Carolina's soccer teams will introduce vuvuzelas to the Stone Stadium atmosphere in 2016. Season ticket holders receive a Gamecock Soccer vuvuzela for each season ticket purchased. A joint season ticket package allowing fans admission to all 21 home games played by the men's and women's teams ($25 for adults, $10 for children under 17).

What's that sound? USC soccer teams add vuvuzelas for 2016 season

With the relaxation of conference rules regarding the use of artificial noise makers, South Carolina's soccer teams will introduce vuvuzelas to the Stone Stadium atmosphere in 2016. Season ticket holders receive a Gamecock Soccer vuvuzela for each season ticket purchased. A joint season ticket package allowing fans admission to all 21 home games played by the men's and women's teams ($25 for adults, $10 for children under 17).