CLEMSON — The Clemson-South Carolina men’s basketball rivalry is sometimes tough to read.
In recent years, it has fallen on a Sunday afternoon, a week after the schools play their highly-anticipated football rivalry game, and the day after football league title games.
There are states where those factors don’t matter. South Carolina isn’t one of them.
So when Clemson (4-2) visits South Carolina (5-2) at noon Sunday in a game televised nationally by ESPNU, it’ll fly below the radar for most fans inside and outside of the state’s borders.