North Carolina-South Carolina game suspended
Threat of lightning stops game in fourth quarter.
COLUMBIA, S.C. -- The North Carolina-South Carolina game was suspended because of the threat of lighting midway through the fourth quarter.
The No. 6 Gamecocks led 27-10 with 8:20 left. The game was stopped at 8:46 p.m. ET
Officials said lightning had been spotted within eight miles of Williams-Brice Stadium. The 80,000-seat stadium was evacuated. There was no indication Thursday night when the season opener for both teams might resume.
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