For years, there has never been a question about which Carolina school held the title of Wine and Cheesiest. The Tar Heels and their sometimes lackluster alumni section has often faced criticism from students, players and even coaches, but it seems like fans at Williams Brice Stadium, home to the South Carolina Gamecocks, may be giving them a run for their money.
Monday, USC athletic director Ray Tanner released a statement addressing concerns brought up after the team’s home opener against Kentucky – including displeasure in the stadium’s new DJ.
“I have received a lot of questions from you about our D.J. and the volume of the music. Modifications will be made for the next game, and we hope that you can find the sound level more enjoyable. We will continue to monitor the impact of the D.J. as we move through the season and make adjustments as needed.”
Booooooo!!! Which one of y’alls Grandaddy is complaining about Migos being played at the games? College football is an experience for young and old, and if we have to listen to “Sweet Caroline,” then you can listen to “Bad and Boujee.”
Head Coach will Muschamp had a good response when asked by the media his thoughts on the music controversy.
Muschamp on the DJ: "Recruits seemed to like it. I can't comment any further than that."
— Emery Glover (@EmeryGlover17) September 19, 2017
You’d think instead of complaining about the music, they’d complain about the thuggish behavior being displayed outside the stadium.
— 5th Year (@5thYear) September 18, 2017
Here’s Tanner’s full statement to fans about Williams Brice’s game day experience: