How to watch Clemson-USC game without spoilers
The college football game between Clemson and USC will go down on Sunday night as one of the best games in recent memory.
But the game could go down as one that could easily be overshadowed by the protests in the United States and around the world.
The rivalry between Clemson (13-0) and USC (15-0), which has played every season since 1921, has become increasingly tense in recent years as both teams compete for championships in college football.
In the last few years, Clemson has won four of the last six games, and USC has won two of the past three.
It is a game that could be the most talked about on Sunday, as the Heisman Trophy candidates are expected to speak to the fans and players about their experiences and hopes for the future.
After the last two weeks, though, there has been a lot of talk about how this could turn into a battle of the sexes, with some women taking to social media to criticize the game.
As a woman who grew up in South Carolina and has lived in the city for a long time, I am sick of the hypocrisy.
The Clemson/USC rivalry is just like the one between Penn State and Penn State, or like the Florida/Michigan rivalry.
I hope the women will stop talking about the women, and instead talk about their own struggles and how they are working to improve themselves and our country.
That would be a win for all of us.