Found September 30, 2012 on
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No. 6 South Carolina scored 31 straight points in route to a 38-17 victory against Kentucky. It was not the best showing for the Gamecocks but it counts as a 'W' in the win column. Getting past this game was also a important step in getting ESPN GameDay to come to Columbia to set up for a epic battle against Georgia. So what did we learn from this win, well....1. Clowney and Taylor are the best defensive tandem in college football....I know most will agree as this has been said before but really in truly those two are pure domination. Devin Taylor was credited with 1.5 sacks and three tackles. Jadeveon Clowney had one sack, 2.5 TFLs and 4 overall tackles. Both caused more havoc that could be recorded. USC is blessed to have these boys.2. Lattimore is 100%...Each game he gets stronger and in this past game, especially in the second half, he was stellar. The cuts he was making and hard-nosed runs eludes who to think he is fine from a health standpoint.3. USC has to play comple...
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We didn't really touch on this story last week, and maybe we should have. It appears that the man with the thinnest skin in College Football has made an issue over a critical columnist in his local paper.
South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier thinks that The State (Columbia, SC) columnist Ron Morris has some sort of ax to grind with him. The latest reason: Spurrier...
South Carolina's Marcus Lattimore carries the Gamecocks to victory over the Kentucky Wildcats. After a slow start for the Gamecocks, Lattimore adds two touchdowns and over a 100 yards in the second half to help USC win 38-17.
South Carolina comes alive in the second half to come-from-behind to beat Kentucky 38-17. Marcus Lattimore's strong running and the Gamecocks defense in the second half helps USC escape Lexington with a win to stay undefeated on the season.
South Carolina landed a huge commitment when five-star recruit Sindarius Thornwell announced a commitment to the Gamecocks on Monday night.
The South Carolina Gamecocks defeated the Kentucky Wildcats last night. Here are the highlights:
South Carolina overcame a sluggish first half to beat the Kentucky Wildcats 38-17. The Gamecocks scored 31 straight unanswered points in the second half for the victory and increased their current winning streak to nine games, matching a school record.