South Carolina coaches have a new goal for the Gamecocks' defense against Wofford's option attack.
Players won't be turned loose to chase the ball carrier in a controlled frenzy.
''When you play the option, it is about discipline,'' defensive line coach Brad Lawing said.
Discipline won't just be a priority for the defense.
Coach Steve Spurrier expects his offense to stay focused too even though the goal of making it to the Southeastern Conference title game is gone for the Gamecocks (8-2).
Spurrier doesn't have to look far to know the Football Championship Subdivision Terriers (8-2) are a threat. He has played Wofford twice and each time the game was close into the fourth quarter.
''They've had us on the ropes both times we've played them and we're expecting a very similar game. They just play fundamentally sound,'' Spurrier said. ''But we're going to be ready to play. If they beat us, it wasn't be...