Originally written on College Football Zealots  |  Last updated 9/30/13
Once again the SEC took center stage this weekend as Georgia and LSU put on a  fantastic game featuring offensive fireworks. Who came out on top in this battle of SEC powers? How would the other conference games (Ole Miss/Bama and Arkansas/A&M) turn out? Would South Carolina survive a tough road test against UCF? Here's what we learned this weekend.... South Carolina 28 UCF 25 South Carolina won a tight road game against a tough UCF squad. The Gamecocks came out flat and UCF came out firing on all cylinders. The Gamecocks lost QB Connor Shaw early to a shoulder injury but they came out motivated in the second half and put up 28 points in the second stanza to win this game. This Gamecocks team has been very uneven this season. They seem to either lack preparation or motivation or perhaps both. One thing is for sure, the Gamecocks need to give the rock to RB Mike Davis a lot more. He was a non-factor in the first half due to lack of touches. In the second half, he had 3 TD runs. Connor Shaw will be out "2 to 3 weeks" and that has to be a concern for the Gamecocks as his back-up Dylan Thompson played like a back-up in the win against UCF. Click here to head over to Crystal Ball Run and read the rest of what I learned this weekend in the SEC...
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