South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier knows his team's chances of playing for the Southeastern Conference title depend on what happens in a game that should finish before the No. 11 Gamecocks kick off Saturday against Florida.
But Spurrier doesn't plan to pay much attention to game between No. 25 Georgia and seventh-ranked Auburn.
Instead, he wants his team to focus on beating the Gators for the third time in four years.
''No interest at all in that game. We have no control over it,'' Spurrier said. ''We're just going to talk about trying to play our best this week. Whatever happens within the division happens.''
Both Georgia and Missouri have to lose one more SEC game for the Gamecocks to win the SEC East. But the Gamecocks are still in a pretty good position. While the Bulldogs get an Auburn team with just one SEC loss, Missouri has a bye before facing Mississippi and No. 10 Texas A&M to end its season.
But a loss to the Gators wo...