Posted November 04, 2011 on southcarolina.scout.com
Freshman tailback Brandon Wilds made his big debut in Knoxville last week, rushing for over 100 yards against Tennessee’s defense. Running backs coach Jay Graham, who was actually a running back for the Volunteers back in the 90's, was happy with Wilds first career start. The Gamecocks will have to get more of the same from the freshman this weekend at Arkansas.
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