Gamecock and Tiger fans may have one final chance to see their former quarterbacks on the gridiron in South Carolina in a few weeks.
Connor Shaw and Tajh Boyd are slated to attend the second annual South Carolina College All Star Bowl game Feb. 14 at Furman University, though it is not yet known if they will play.
The two quarterbacks are hoping to move up to the NFL along with dozens of other pro-football hopefuls who will be in attendance or playing in the game.
"Here's the deal, this will be the last time that Carolina and Clemson fans will be able to see Connor Shaw and Tajh Boyd on the same field at the same time in the state of South Carolina," said Sam Wyche, the game's commissioner.
There is no word yet if the two will play in the game, but according to the website, Boyd is the Nationals team honorary captain. Three other Tigers are on the Nationals roster: LB Spencer Shuey, LB Quandon Christian and LS Phillip Fajgenbaum.
Shaw is the honorary captain for the Americans and only Gamecock currently slated to attend.
Clemson's Danny Ford will be coaching the Nationals team against the Americans, who is led by Willie Jeffries.
Several other well known quarterbacks are on both rosters, including Missouri's James Franklin.
Kick-off is set for 6 p.m. on Valentine's Day at Paladin Stadium. Ticket prices range from $15 to $130. Click here to buy tickets.
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