BATON ROUGE, La. (KLFY) The University of South Carolina and the South Carolina Gamecocks sent their equipment truck to Baton Rouge Friday to aid in the #LAFlood relief.
When South Carolina experienced devastating loss and pain as a result of historic flooding there in October 2015, LSU came together to help during the recovery.
During that historic flood, LSU hosted the Gamecocks in a football game originally scheduled for Williams-Brice Stadium on Oct. 10.
All net proceeds from the game were given by LSU to South Carolina.
Also, following the game, an autographed game-worn jersey from LSU running back Leonard Fournette raised funds for South Carolina flood relief.
Now, a loss and pain all too familiar has hit Baton Rouge and the #Gamecocks are paying it forward.
A note left by team members said:
“With best wishes for a full and speedy recovery and with love from your friends at Carolina.”
And we say “THANK YOU,” GAMECOCKS!