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PHOTO GALLERY: South Carolina fans tailgate before Missouri game

Saturday, September 22, 2012 | 3:44 p.m. CDT; updated 9:49 p.m. CDT, Friday, October 26, 2012
University of South Carolina and South Carolina state flags wave above a tailgate tent Saturday at the farmers' market tailgate area in front of the Williams-Brice Stadium.

COLUMBIA, S.C. — South Carolina and Missouri fans tailgate and wait outside the Williams-Brice Stadium before the Saturday game begins.

University of South Carolina tailgaters prepare for the Missouri vs. South Carolina game at the farmers' market tailgate area Saturday in front of the Williams-Brice Stadium.

Dove wrapped in bacon, a common South Carolina tailgate food, is grilled by South Carolina fan Tom Caskey at the farmers' market tailgate area Saturday before Missouri's first SEC road-trip game against the Gamecocks.

A tiger hangs on a yellow noose while Missouri alum David Graham, left, has a friendly conversation with South Carolina fan Mark Stewart at the farmers' market tailgate area in front of the Williams-Brice Stadium.

South Carolina fans walk by the Cockaboose Railroad — 22 cabooses next to Williams-Brice Stadium which provide select fans with private party spaces to tailgate before the game.

Sherri Parker, left, and Layton Sullivan, 12, cheer on South Carolina team as they make their entrance Saturday into Williams-Brice Stadium.

Tigers fans Josh Deters, left, Lacey Deters, Debbie Holden, Jason Holden and Dale Holden wait to enter Williams-Brice Stadium on Saturday.

Fans wait outside Williams-Brice Stadium on Saturday before the football game against Missouri.


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