South Carolina added a pair of games to its schedule in the next decade when it announced a home-and-home series on Wednesday with N.C. State.

The schools announced that the teams will play in Columbia on Sept. 14, 2030, and in Raleigh on Aug. 30, 2031.

South Carolina leads the all-time series 28-26-4 margin. The Gamecocks own a 19-9-1 advantage when the game has been played in Columbia, but the Wolfpack hold a 17-8-3 lead when the game has been contested in Raleigh.

The last time the programs met, South Carolina won in Charlotte in 2017, 35-28. South Carolina has won each of the last three games in the series (also 34-0 in Columbia in 2008 and 7-3 in Raleigh in 2009), with N.C. State’s last win coming in 1999, by a 10-0 score.

Clemson is far from the lone ACC opponent for the Gamecocks. They played North Carolina last season, and have scheduled home-and-homes with Miami in 2026 and 2027 and Virginia Tech in 2034 and 2035.