Many South Carolina Gamecocks players got their heads shaved Wednesday as part of a fund raising effort for Camp Kemo, a summer camp for children with Cancer. Bayler Teal a young USC baseball fan lost his battle with cancer last summer, inspiring many players to hep out.
Many South Carolina Gamecocks players got their heads shaved Wednesday as part of a fund raising effort for Camp Kemo, a summer camp for children with Cancer. Bayler Teal a young USC baseball fan lost his battle with cancer last summer, inspiring many players to hep out. Tracy Glantz/tglantz@thestate.co
Many South Carolina Gamecocks players got their heads shaved Wednesday as part of a fund raising effort for Camp Kemo, a summer camp for children with Cancer. Bayler Teal a young USC baseball fan lost his battle with cancer last summer, inspiring many players to hep out. Tracy Glantz/tglantz@thestate.co

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