Posted September 25, 2012 on southcarolina.scout.com
With senior safety D.J. Swearinger out of last week's game against Missouri due to a helmet-to-helmet hit in the UAB game the week before, freshman T.J. Gurley stood in and had a solid game. This week Swearinger returns as sixth-ranked South Carolina looks to move to 3-0 in SEC play when they travel to Lexington to take on Kentucky.
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