ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) -- South Carolina's season was marred by the dismissal of its starting quarterback, the loss of its star running back to injury and an NCAA investigation for improper benefits.
Still, despite it all, the 10th-ranked Gamecocks won more games than any team in South Carolina history.
"This is for all fans of South Carolina -- always," coach Steve Spurrier belted out during the postgame celebration.
Alshon Jeffery caught four passes for 148 yards and a touchdown before getting ejected for fighting, and the Gamecocks set a school-record for victories in a 30-13 victory against Nebraska at the Capital One Bowl on Monday.
The Gamecocks (11-2) also snapped a string of three straight bowl losses. Spurrier said they will have rings "with a big ole 11 on them" made for the team to commemorate the milestone.
Connor Shaw, who took over at quarterback when senior Stephen Garcia was kicked off the team, came up big, passing for two scores and rushing for another in one of h...