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As expected South Carolina struggled with I-AA Wofford and didn't pull away until late. Though many expected the Terriers to give the Gamecocks a run for their money, few expected USC's offense to have as much trouble as it did.
In years past the difficulty South Carolina's offense has had against option teams is a lack of possessions with which to produce points. This year, USC had 8 meaningful possessions scoring two touchdowns and a field goal. The offense turned the ball over on two possessions as well.
Those turnovers were early, killed promising drives and made the game much closer than it needed to be. They also seemed to influence the offense the rest of the game. Carolina was more conservative throwing the ball, especially staying away from throwing downfield. The result was an unproductive and constipated offensive attack. Happily USC has developed enough offensive line talent to impose a rushing game on the Terriers. Kenny Miles's ...
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South Carolina starting quarterback Connor Shaw reinjured his left foot in the early first quarter of the Gamecocks' 24-7 win over Wofford.
"Yeah, I'm a little banged up and retwisted it in the first series (of the game Saturday)," Shaw said.
"I was able to finish strong, but it bothered me throughout the game."
He completed 16 of his 21 passes...
COLUMBIA, S.C. -- Kenny Miles rushed for 127 yards and a touchdown and No. 2 South Carolina pulled out a closer-than-expected 24-7 win over FCS opponent Wofford 24-7 on Saturday. The victory gave Steve Spurrier his 64th win in eight seasons with the Gamecocks (9-2), tying him with Rex Enright for most ever in program history. But it wasn't until a 17-point fourth quarter...
South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney will not play against Wofford because of a sprained foot that's bothered him most of the season.
Clowney was not dressed in his uniform before pregame practice. He has not practiced this week, but defensive coordinator Lorenzo Ward has said Clowney hasn't practiced much the past few weeks yet still played.
The 12th-ranked Gamecocks...
Kenny Miles rushed for 127 yards and a touchdown and No. 12 South Carolina pulled out a closer-than-expected 24-7 win over FCS opponent Wofford 24-7 on Saturday.
The victory gave Steve Spurrier his 64th win in eight seasons with the Gamecocks (9-2), tying him with Rex Enright for most ever in program history. But it wasn't until a 17-point fourth quarter that Spurrier and South...
Wofford coach Mike Ayers had the same winning expectations coming into No. 12 South Carolina as he does each week in the Southern Conference. His disappointment at losing is also just as huge.
Ayers said his Terriers (8-3) came in planning for victory and nearly pulled it off until the Gamecocks' 17-point fourth quarter led to a 24-7 win on Saturday.
''If we don'...
It's the week Clemson and South Carolina fans have waited for all year. And it's never been this big - or this testy.
The 12th-ranked Tigers (10-1) and 13th-ranked Gamecocks (9-2) play Saturday at Death Valley - if South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier remembers where the stadium is.
Spurrier and Clemson coach Dabo Swinney have spent the past year trading straight-on jabs...
South Carolina head coach Steve Spurrier tied Rex Enright for the most wins in school history by a head coach. Spurrier will look to break that next week against Clemson. Also, South Carolina's senior class continued to make history of its own with its 36th win.
The Gamecocks defeated Wofford 24-7 thanks to a big performance from Kenny Miles. USC improves to 9-2 on the season and will get ready to face the Clemson Tigers next weekend.
Kenny Miles stepped up big for South Carolina in the 24-7 win over Wofford. Miles' 127 yards rushing paced the Gamecocks to a tough victory over the Terriers as Miles closed out his final game at Williams-Brice Stadium on a high note.
South Carolina has four players in double-figures as they improve to 3-0 with the win over Rider. Brenton Williams and Mindaugas Kacinas lead the way for South Carolina in the 88-76 victory over the Broncs.