South Carolina and Clemson hold their annual spring football games Saturday, with tens of thousands of fans expected to attend and a national television audience watching as ESPNU broadcasts both games.
The Gamecocks, coming off an 11-2 season in which they finished ranked No. 4 in the final AP poll, play at Williams-Brice Stadium at noon. The Tigers also went 11-2 and were No. 8 in the final AP rankings. Their spring game is set for 4 p.m. at Memorial Stadium.
Quarterbacks will be on display in both games - South Carolina is looking for a solid backup to Dylan Thompson, and Clemson is looking for a starter to replace Tajh Boyd.
Here's five things to watch as each game unfolds.
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