Posted November 25, 2012 on southcarolina.scout.com
Michael Carrera returned from injury Saturday and hit a three-pointer as time expired to send the game into overtime and South Carolina took over from there, winning 74-67 in the Hoops For Hope Classic in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. LaShay Page scored 22 and Brian Richardson had 14 to lead the Gamecocks
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