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Collision Course; Gamecocks head to Auburn for titanic matchup with Tigers; Passing game to be key against AU; Tigers likely to place heavy emphasis on stopping run; Stopping Newton crucial for defense; Containing signal caller tall task for Carolina; IS CAM NEWTON A LEGITIMATE HEISMAN CANDIDATE?; HAS GENE CHIZIK WON BACK THE FANS THAT QUESTIONED HIS HIRING?; WHO’S BETTER?; MICHAEL DYER OR MARCUS; GIVE US YOUR PREDICTION AND WHY!; Clash in Ozarks highlights weekend; SEC West foes Alabama; Arkansas square off in Top 10 Fayetteville battle; Bicyclist hit; taken to hospital; Accident occurs at corner of Assembly; Blossom; Computer help offered at no charge; Students to host first Fix-IT event Saturday; Upgrades needed at RH; Director’s wish list includes larger theater; more lounging areas; room for student performances; Public Health School researchers to study childhood obesity; Project will be funded by $23 million grant; New proposals for creditors in Sea Island; Zuckerberg makes donation to Newark schools; US delegates walk out on Ahmadinejad at UN; Expansion should shorten food lines; Alma mater is tradition; move to change tune just about attention; Sponsoring games hurts poor nations; Most profit goes to corporations; Melting Arctic only feeds further oil drilling; Companies’ assault on polar ice cap frees up more resources to plunder; Makeup tips make glamour pop; Features shine with strategies like smoky eyes; berry-toned lips; Hot Lava Monster to heat up New Brookland; Columbia-based rock band continues work on new album; Music shop packs plenty of twang; West Columbia acoustic pickin’ parlor offers great prices; weekly bluegrass performances; Group displays charitable exhibit at 701 Whaley; Designers Against Child Slavery; uses digital art pieces to educate; encourage donations for cause
University of South Carolina, Office of Student Media, "The Daily Gamecock, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2010" (2010). September. 5.