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Ace Sanders is listed at just 5-foot-8, 175 pounds on his South Carolina bio, but you wouldn't know it from watching him return punts. The Gamecocks' junior had the return of the year on Saturday, and it didn't even go for a touchdown. Missouri is new to the SEC this year, and it might take some time to adjust to the physical play of even the smallest players on the field. Watch below as Sanders shows an incredible combination of speed, agility, power and ball security as he slices down the field, bouncing off Missouri players and his own teammates...
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South Carolina’s Ace Sanders have one of the best plays so far of the College Football season. Although he didn’t get credited for the touchdown, this 49-yard punt return was a dandy.
The South Carolina Gamecocks defeated the visiting Missouri Tigers by the score of 31-10. This dazzling punt return by Ace Sanders provided the early spark to help the team get the win, check it out:
Can we say "play of the game?"
South Carolina's Connor Shaw is adding to his repertoire and increasing the sixth-ranked Gamecocks prospects in the Southeastern Conference.
Shaw connected on 20 straight passes and threw a pair of touchdowns in South Carolina's 31-10 victory over Missouri on Saturday. It was a major step forward for a junior quarterback mostly known for beating teams with his legs. If Shaw...
Steve Spurrier twice missed regularly scheduled question-and-answer sessions with the media on Sunday. By Midwest, I mean that either hung off on our walk out on media representatives.
Is Steve worried that there may be a particular question coming that he would rather avoid? More likely, is is displaying his wonderful personality.
South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier refused...
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) -- Connor Shaw completed 20 straight passes and threw for two touchdowns, Marcus Lattimore ran for two scores and No. 7 South Carolina manhandled Missouri 31-10 and the Tigers first Southeastern Conference road game Saturday.
Shaw missed his first pass to Lattimore on the game's first series, then hit his final 20 and finished with 252 yards passing as the...
Connor Shaw completed 20 straight passes and threw for two touchdowns, Marcus Lattimore ran for two scores and No. 7 South Carolina manhandled Missouri 31-10 and the Tigers first Southeastern Conference road game Saturday.
Shaw missed his first pass to Lattimore on the game's first series, then hit his final 20 and finished with 252 yards passing as the Gamecocks (2-0 SEC) improved...
Ladies, let the below video be lesson to you all.
If you're going to check out that hot football player, just pray that television cameras don't catch you doing it.
Check out this female South Carolina trainer who decides to check out Gamecocks wide receiver Bruce Ellington on the sidelines last weekend:
(Courtesy of Lost Letterman)
South Carolina's Connor Shaw came out on fire against Missouri to lead the Gamecocks to a 31-10 win. Shaw was 20-of-21 for 249 yards and two touchdowns as he showed why he's the Gamecocks' starting quarterback.
South Carolina moves up in the AP Poll this week after a solid win over Missouri 31-10. Connor Shaw and the Gamecocks skill players kept the South Carolina offense rolling while the Gamecock defense shut down a potent Missouri offense.
South Carolina handles SEC rival Missouri 31-10 to move to 4-0 on the season. Connor Shaw has a strong performance as does the South Carolina defense to help Carolina move to 2-0 in the SEC.
Game day is upon us once again. Today South Carolina hosts Missouri in an SEC East contest. It is the second SEC game of the season for each team. The Gamecocks beat Vanderbilt in the season opener 17-13, and the Tigers lost to Georgia two weeks ago 41-20. Today's game is scheduled for a 3:30 start and will be broadcast nationally on CBS.
The South Carolina Gamecocks defeated the Missouri Tigers by the score of 31-10. Here are the video highlights of the game:
South Carolina's special teams were on display in the Gamecocks 31-10 victory over Missouri. Ace Sanders and Bruce Ellington were electric in the return game while Adam Yates continues to be a solid contributor in the kicking game.