March 14th, 2019 | by CollegeAD

Nearly two weeks ago, after the USC-Clemson baseball game in Columbia, the Twitter-verse went nuts with fans complaining about long lines at the concession stands. One fan estimated the lines were 100 people deep and said it would have taken “two innings to get a diet Coke.”“It’s the Clemson game,” fan Chris Lee tweeted to USC Athletics Director Ray Tanner with the hashtag #dobetter. “Should’ve been better prepared for the crowds. But this is an ongoing issue that is never addressed.” Tanner tweeted back: “Totally in agreement with your assessment. Aramark, our concessionaire was briefed earlier this week and they failed. It is being addressed.” This weekend, with the No. 8-ranked Georgia Bulldogs playing the No. 22 Gamecocks in thefirst Southeastern Conference series of the season, USC Athletics officials say they and Aramark are stepping up to the plate. – JEFF WILKINSON, newsobserver – Read More

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