- Associated Press - Thursday, October 8, 2015

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - South Carolina football fans may have lost a home game, but the school’s athletic department is offering free admission, reduced concession prices and a way to donate to those affected by last weekend’s devastating floods.

The school said Thursday fans will get in free to men’s and women’s soccer matches, volleyball contests and an equestrian match this weekend. The women’s soccer team was scheduled to face Auburn on Thursday.

The men’s soccer team will play Florida Atlantic and the equestrian team will host Auburn on Friday.

Women’s volleyball plays Auburn on Thursday and Texas A&M; on Sunday.

The United Way will also be on hand at events to collect donations.



South Carolina’s home football game with LSU was moved to Baton Rouge, Louisiana because of the flooding.

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