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Marcus Lattimore became South Carolina's all-time leader in touchdowns with his 34th touchdown in the second quarter of Saturday's 49-6 win over UAB. Also, Steve Spurrier recorded his 200th win and there were several more 'firsts' for Carolina players. Also, injury updates for Connor Shaw and Bruce Ellington
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One of South Carolina's biggest questions going into the season was whether the Gamecocks' new defensive coordinator could keep the unit among the nation's elite. So far, Lorenzo Ward has been able to do it.
No. 7 South Carolina hasn't allowed a team to score a touchdown in the red zone and is ranked seventh in the nation, allowing just 10 points a game.
Another week and another wait-and-see situation at quarterback for No. 8 South Carolina.
Gamecocks coach Steve Spurrier is uncertain if starter Connor Shaw is healthy enough to return against UAB (0-1) on Saturday or if he'll again go with backup Dylan Thompson.
Shaw injured his throwing shoulder against Vanderbilt two weeks ago and did not play in a 48-10 victory over East...
Connor Shaw went 8 of 14 for 107 yards before reinjuring his throwing shoulder as No. 8 South Carolina beat UAB 49-6 on Saturday night.
Shaw left the game after taking a brutal hit just late in the first half. Team officials said the junior aggravated the bruised right shoulder that kept him out of last week's game.
Sophomore Dylan Thompson took over again, throwing a 95-yard...
South Carolina defeats UAB 49-6 in a blowout win for Steve Spurrier's 200th win as a college coach.
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One of the perks of the perks that comes with moving to the SEC for the Missouri Tigers is the increased visibility. Everyone loves to watch SEC football and games get plenty of coverage from all of the major networks.
For years CBS has been featuring a marquee, SEC match-up at 2:30 pm CT, right in the heart of...
South Carolina's offense struggled in the first half against UAB but exploded in the second half after Dylan Thompson replaced Connor Shaw due to Shaw's injury. It was certainly the tale of two halves but is there a quarterback controversy?
UAB coach Garrick McGee said he learned some things from the Blazers' 49-6 loss to No. 8 South Carolina on Saturday night.
And most of them were good lessons.
McGee was proud that UAB (0-2) was still in the game in the second half. He also was glad his team kept all-Southeastern Conference running back Marcus Lattimore mostly in check.
''I think we are getting in position...
The South Carolina Gamecocks won their third game of the season as they defeated the UAB Blazers by the score of 49-6. Here are highlights of the win for USC: