Gamecocks send supply truck to Baton Rouge

Last year, the city of Columbia, South Carolina and surrounding areas were hit with some of the worst flooding in the history of the state, which caused the Gamecocks to move their home game against LSU to Baton Rouge. The Tigers were very accommodating to the team, even unofficially renaming their stadium to “Williams-Brice Stadium: Baton Rouge edition,” and the Gamecocks are now repaying the favor.

Baton Rouge has been rocked by some of the worst flooding in the city’s history over the last two weeks and the Tigers have been doing all they can to help out. The Gamecocks sent two truck loads of supplies to the city to support the Tigers in their efforts to rebuild their city.

Thank you just isn't enough! The @GamecockFB equipment truck has made it to Baton Rouge. #AllforLA

— LSU Football (@LSUfootball) August 20, 2016

The @GamecockFB truck is in place and ready to go for unloading! 💪💪

— LSU Football (@LSUfootball) August 20, 2016

The unloading has started. @GamecocksOnline weren't kidding whey they said they had a full truck! 👌 💯

— LSU Football (@LSUfootball) August 20, 2016

The second truck from @GamecockFB is now being unloaded. We'll let this photo speak for itself. 👀 #wow

— LSU Football (@LSUfootball) August 20, 2016

More Than Games: South Carolina sends two trucks to Baton Rouge with supplies for flood victims (via @LSUfootball)

— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) August 20, 2016

Earlier Saturday morning, South Carolina sent out a special video to the Tigers showing their support and it was pretty touching.

.@lsu: With love from your friends at Carolina…#SECstrong #GeauxGamecocks #LAflood

— University of South Carolina (@UofSC) August 20, 2016

What a way to repay the Tigers and the city of Baton Rouge.

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