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South Carolina travels to The Plains to take on Auburn

South Carolina and Auburn fans looking to take the next step in their game-watching experience will be able to do so this week for South Carolina-Auburn on Talk Back. Former South Carolina quarterback Stephen Garcia and former Auburn wide receiver Ben Obomanu will take your questions, comments and smack talk live during the game at www.att.com/talkback

 

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Auburn has dominated this series over the years, with a 9–1–1 all-time record against the Gamecocks

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