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The stadium was originally built in 1934 with funds from the federal Works Progress Administration, part of then President Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal, and called Columbia Municipal Stadium. It was later deeded to the University of South Carolina and renamed Carolina Stadium. In 1972, it was later named Williams-Brice Stadium in honor of Martha Williams-Brice, who left her entire estate to the university for stadium renovations and expansions. Her husband, Thomas H. Brice, played for the Gamecocks from 1922-1924.

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