Spring games are typically low stress and low energy afternoon affairs, but South Carolina appears to be changing it up a bit this year.
The team announced on Thursday that its spring game would not kick off at noon or even in the afternoon, but at night under the lights.
We're obviously talking about a glorified practice here so a simple kickoff time isn't really a big deal no matter what, but it's certainly not the worst idea.
It'll bring a little more attention, probably a slightly bigger crowd, and a little more juice to what will likely be their biggest recruiting weekend of the spring. Plus, new quarterback Spencer Rattler will be making his Gamecock debut.
Ohio State's spring game, however, will remain in its traditional afternoon timeslot, kicking off at noon on April 16.