Found November 05, 2011 on Leftover Hot Dog:
The South Carolina Gamecocks lost to the Arkansas Razorbacks by the score of 44-28.  The loss was one that was tough to watch for so many reasons.  Must regroup going forward as there is plenty of football to be played as goals for the team are still reachable.Here are some quick impressions: ---Devin Taylor's "pick 6" INT was the play of the year.  Loved it.---USC's offensive line could not hold water in the first half.  Led to poor offense as a whole.---Connor Shaw needs to get the run first out of his system.  I know it is due to poor line play but he needs to keep his eyes down field when flushed from the pocket.---USC must use slants, screens, swing passes and crossing routes more to get the passing game going.  Saw it in the second half but it has to be a staple going forward as the line is too weak for long developing plays.---USC's pass defense must work on defending crossing patterns as Arky did it too well.  And credit the Hogs for going to where t...
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