Miley Cyrus' power knows no bounds, possibly reaches as far as Clemson-South Carolina start time

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If we were to make a Venn diagram — admit it, they’re a lot of fun — you wouldn’t expect the worlds of Miley Cyrus and the Clemson-South Carolina football rivalry to intersect.

But, you’d be wrong.

Rumor has it that the tween pop star is the reason the Tigers-Gamecocks Nov. 28 grudge match has been given noon start time, according to the Palmetto Scoop.

Cyrus is playing across town in Columbia that Saturday night, and making people choose between SEC football and such standards as “Party in the U.S.A.” just didn’t sit well with school officials.

Whether this is the real reason or not, I’m glad the conflict won’t arise. Seriously, who could decide between Heisman hopeful C.J. Spiller and this:

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