Will Muschamp jabs Clemson, claims LSU is real Death Valley


Will Muschamp hasn’t worked for LSU since 2005, but that didn’t stop him from defending his former employer at Clemson’s expense.

Here’s what he said:

@CoachWMuschamp with a rib for #Clemson while talking about his time at #LSU … “We were at the REAL Death Valley, not the one somewhere else.”

— Joe L. Hughes II (@JoeLHughesII) April 17, 2018

Muschamp is the head coach at South Carolina, so it’s easy to see why he’s not too keen on Clemson. But the results don’t lie. The Tigers embarrassed the Gamecocks in 2017, and the last time LSU and Clemson played, Clemson prevailed.

These are two of the best game day atmospheres in college football. Even though Clemson and LSU have only played three times, this is fun little niche rivalry.

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