Columbia, SC (WLTX) -- The Gamecocks pulled out a win in Williams-Brice over the weekend, but even with a "W" on the in the book not everyone on the team is happy with fans.
Once again, the empty seats in the second half are drawing complaints.
Last year it was Head Coach Steve Spurrier lamenting the early exit from Williams-Brice Stadium.
"That party out in the parking lot can wait can't it?" questioned Spurrier during a news conference.
"It was halftime! Gee! If the most important thing is drinkin out in the parking lot you don't even need to come it to start with," he said during another news conference.
Now others are voicing concern over the problem as well.
"I don't think there's any excuse for our stands to be emptying out. I was kind of disappointed by that," said quarterback Connor Shaw after Saturday night's win over Vandy.
Students tend to blame a number of things for the early exits.
"With it being hot already and it being a blowout, we were up 28-0, they felt as if it was over, and it wasn't," said USC student Marlentae Johnson of his classmates leaving early.
"I was hungry and I couldn't find my friends again. I didn't want to leave early, just kinda happened," explained student Rachel DiGiacomo.
Students also mentioned the long process to get home and the anticipation of plans for later in the night.
USC Athletic Director Ray Tanner noticed the problem as well, tweeting that he was paying attention to the early exit and seeking a solution.
On campus, students say the school should not have to bribe game goers to stay, but had a few ideas that might keep people in their seats like increasing the chance for tickets in the future for those who stick around.
"The whole loyalty swipe thing, maybe they can make it so that if you stay the whole time, you can get points for that," said DiGiacomo.
"You say free stuff and college kids come running, but I don't think it should take that. Everyone should just do it for the love of their school," said student Nathan Kennedy.