Throw it up.
Jeff Grantz may not be in his first place for a long time, but a quarterback still knows how to find one of his favorite recipients.
Grantz, in a familiar jersey No. 12, rolled to the right and threw himself to his 6-foot-5-close end for a touchdown. It was the South Carolina Alumni Game from 2018, but it was back in 1973 for Grantz and Marty Woolbright.
"Throw it up," Grantz said. "If you miss, miss it."
"Yes, Marty Woolbright. I threw him a fourth-and-20 against LSU my second year. LSU was ranked third. It was fourth and 20, and I threw it up and he went up and left.
"That brought back some memories from a long, long time ago."
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"We remember it every year," Woolbright said.
Grantz and Woolbright were two of about 100 former fighting pigs at the Williams-Brice Stadium on Saturday. The friendly alumni contest – which also included scoring bombs by Stephen Garcia – took place before the Garnet and Black Game.
Current NFL players like Oakland Raiders Engage Jared Cook participated while a former Heisman Trophy winner (George Rogers) watched
"It's a lot of fun," said Rogers, "to see all the old guys I've forgotten about them, but they'll see me really well and I'll find them out. "
Rogers, owner of 1980's Heisman, sat on a bench while numerous USC alums – and stadium workers – came to join him welcome. His popularity was full.
"George is great," said 1975 Grantz, an All-American. "I was George & # 39; s first coach, he keeps reminding me of it all the time, I told George," You made me look good as a coach, I do not know why I came out of it. "In his first year, I was Graduate assistant in South Carolina, and I was responsible for the insult.
"We have been good friends ever since. He was just a great ambassador for this university all his life. I try that too.
Rogers noticed a former teammate on the edge of the board, nudged a reporter, and said, "Bernard Grant.
Grant, Defensive Back, was a two-time letter winner for USC in the 1970s
"This little little guy," said Rogers. "He was one of the first guys I met in South Carolina when
Steve Spurrier, the program's ever-successful coach, watched the match while wearing a white USC visor, and JD Fuller, the program's all-time leader, saw "Carolina" in front of his chest.
Both praised Matchball's third referee, Will Muschamp.
"I think Will Muschamp can get the most victories here, someday," said Spurrier, "South Carolina now has all the facilities in place. It's just about getting it started.
Fuller added, "I think he's focused, I think he's the best type for the job. I'm pretty excited. "