South Carolina is probably looking forward to playing its in-state opponent next week, but Steve Spurrier insists his team is focused on the one his team faces this Saturday.
The coach feels his No. 12 Gamecocks could be challenged by FCS foe Wofford's triple-option attack in this home finale.
South Carolina (8-2) has two games left, with next week's annual rivalry game against No. 11 Clemson much anticipated locally with both teams enjoying solid seasons. Spurrier insists he will have the Gamecocks focused on extending their home win streak to 11 on senior day.
"We're going to be ready to play," said Spurrier, who can tie Rex Enright's school record of 64 victories. "If they beat us, it won't be because we were screwing around all week."
Wofford (8-2) is no pushover, clinching a share of the Southern Conference title with a 16-13 overtime win over Chattanooga last Saturday. The Terriers are ranked ninth in the FCS Coaches Poll.