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The Hall of Fame should be a big draw, according to North. "It's a huge space where there are interactive exhibits shooting the puck on a mini ice rink, changing a tire on a race car, agility tests," he said. "The only Hall of Fame that isn't involved with us yet is the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame. "People who can't make it to other Hall of Fames can come to Las Vegas and see huge exhibits from various sports," North added. And radio stations managers who may have thought twice about the expense of remote broadcasts from Las Vegas now have a reason to reconsider because the "Score! Be the Legend" space should make their lives easier. "Instead of getting on the plane with all your equipment, this has everything already set up," North said. "So you can just come to Las Vegas from any radio station in the country and rent the studio right there on the Strip. 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Yet Jadeveon Clowney was still sitting and talking excitedly about what he had just done and how much still remains for him to accomplish. "I think I can be a lot better next year," he said. "I can work on my run stopping and getting my hands up and get stronger than I was this year. I'm going to be a lot better next year. Y'all just watch and see." Clowney, USC's masterful sophomore defensive end, has one more year of college before he can depart for NFL wealth. As everyone in college football watches him next season to see if he can become the first exclusively defensive player to win the Heisman Trophy, his team also merits attention after capping a sterling three year run on Tuesday. The Gamecocks are now 31 9 since the beginning of the 2010 season, including 8 7 against ranked teams. In coach Steve Spurrier's first five seasons, they were 35 28 and 7 15 against the top 25. They ended last season ranked No. 9 their first ever top 10 finish and because they were No. 11 entering Tuesday, they will wind up in the top 10 again. Of the 24 games they played, and 22 they won, since the start of last season, Tuesday's was probably the most memorable, for its historical significance and final moments. The Gamecocks ran 856 offensive plays in 2012. It is hard to imagine the last offensive snap of a team's season unfolding more dramatically than USC's did Tuesday, when Dylan Thompson hit Bruce Ellington for the game winning 32 yard touchdown pass with 11 seconds left. Clowney concluded his second season with 23 tackles for loss, four better than the old school record, and his penultimate such tackle was his biggest. He popped tailback Vincent Smith in the backfield with 8:15 left Tuesday and forced a fumble that resulted in USC taking over at Michigan's 31 and immediately grabbing a 27 22 lead with a 31 yard touchdown pass. "The only guy I've seen close to Clowney getting out of his stance in a pass rush mode is Dwight Freeney and Corey Moore (at Virginia Tech)," said first year USC defensive coordinator Lorenzo Ward. "Clowney is probably better than both of them. Clowney said his goal is to go to New York next year (for the Heisman Trophy ceremony) and I believe he'll go. I'd be scared if I played against him because I know he's (rushing) inside, outside. He can do it all." But he won't be able to help USC build off back to back 11 2 seasons all by himself. Swearinger, cornerback Akeem Auguste and all three starting linebackers: DeVonte Holloman, Shaq Wilson and Reginald Bowens. Ward didn't want to grade his Year 1 performance because the talent of those players let him take a simple approach. "I'll be more willing to grade myself after next season, when I've got a lot of young players playing," he said. "When you play a lot of veteran players, you ought to be good. You should keep things simple and let your players do what they do best. Johnson, tight end Justice Cunningham and tailback Kenny Miles. The 426 yards USC hung on Michigan, which entered the game ranked No. 10 nationally in total defense, are a valuable springboard to 2013, regardless of all the potential hand wringing about whether Thompson or Connor Shaw is the better starting quarterback. Both shined Tuesday. Shaw threw for 224 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 96 yards. Thompson threw for 117 yards and two touchdowns. Despite the success of the past three seasons, Spurrier enters his ninth year in Columbia well aware that some of his goals for USC remain unachieved, particularly a Southeastern Conference championship. "It could have been better," he said of 2012. "It still could be better." Notice about comments: The Post and Courier is pleased to offer readers the enhanced ability to comment on stories. 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The rented costumes add an air of professionalism that aficionados will appreciate, but they lack the sexiness necessary to captivate the less enthusiastic and ones in attendance. Standout dancers include Kaitlyn Dessoffy, Stephen Robert Carder, Taylor Nichole Bryan, Jake Washabaugh, Brittany Basenback and Nora Cully. Their movements are mesmerizing, and the many ensemble dance numbers in which they are featured are thoroughly entertaining. There's some good acting turned in as well, particularly by Brian Marshall and Angela Bruzina in the tender scene titled "Gus: The Theatre Cat," where lyrics take precedent over dance. Less impressive is the singing in this show. Several pit singers are able to aid the on stage performers who are sucking wind from dancing up a storm, but solo performers are on their own, and several are less than stellar. Kelly Monaghan's "Memory" is a solid and poignant effort but does not inspire the goose bumps expected from that song. 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