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Why Bryan McClendon moved from the box to the field

There were more than just changes in personnel for South Carolina in the 27-24 win over Tennessee on Saturday night at Williams-Brice Stadium. Offensive ... The South Carolina wide receivers had a fairly effective night catching the football. The only ...

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Why South Carolina moved its offensive coordinator on game day

To hear South Carolina football coach Will Muschamp tell it, Bryan McClendon asked for the change. The Gamecocks' offensive coordinator is in his first year in the role, learning the ins and outs of the job. But there had been some issues with his ...

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Knoxville News Sentinel

South Carolina 27, Tennessee 24: Rico Dowdle thrives, Gamecocks rally to beat Vols

COLUMBIA, S.C. — South Carolina rallied to overcome a 12-point deficit and beat Tennessee 27-24 on Saturday night at Williams-Brice Stadium. That the game hung in the balance until the end came as no surprise. The past seven games between these ...

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South Carolina football injury report coming out of Tennessee game

South Carolina football came out of its 27-24 win against Tennessee in good shape on an injury front. Gamecocks coach Will Muschamp said there was nothing major, but there were a few minor bumps and bruises: ▫ Left tackle Dennis Daley had an ankle ...

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A personal loss, a huge game and a red eye: Ryan Hilinski makes it to Columbia

Say this for South Carolina quarterback commit Ryan Hilinski, it took a little something extra for him to make it to Columbia this weekend. The four-star ... But he'll be in Williams-Brice Stadium to watch Gamecocks football take on the Volunteers ...

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Charlotte Observer

Gamecocks battle back and top Vols, earn much-needed win

“Coming into the game, coach told us that if we wanted to win the football game, we needed to run the ball,” said junior running back Rico Dowdle, who had a season-high 140 yards. “That's just something that we focused on.” South Carolina took its ...

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Tennessee did something to South Carolina the Vols hadn't done all season

Long before the Gamecocks pulled off a thrilling 27-24 win, Tennessee had a breakthrough Saturday night at South Carolina's expense. Just over 10 minutes into the game, UT quarterback Jarrett Guarantano found tight end Eli Wolf for a five-yard score to ...

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Deebo Samuel makes one-handed TD grab to spur South Carolina vs. Tennessee

South Carolina football needed a late boost before the half. The Gamecocks got it from its star player. Down 14-3 to Tennessee with less than a minute left in the second quarter, USC had the ball on the Volunteers' three-yard line when quarterback Jake ...

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How the rain derailed Missouri in 'a strange third quarter' and gave USC new life

The first half of South Carolina and Missouri's football game Saturday unfolded as many experts predicted — led by backup quarterback Michael Scarnecchia, the Gamecocks struggled to move the ball while Missouri jumped out to a 23-14 lead. More than a ...

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Kansas City Star

Missouri blows last-minute lead to South Carolina in rainy, wild, weather ...

In the longest, weirdest, maybe not wettest football game played in the United States on Saturday, Missouri lost 37-35 to South Carolina despite outgaining the Gamecocks by over 100 yards. A late 57-yard field goal by Tucker McCann with 1:18 left put ...

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Charlotte Observer

South Carolina and Missouri delayed by lightning late in fourth quarter

UPDATE: With four minutes to go in the initial lightning delay, another strike was spotted, pushing the game's resumption to 5 p.m. with players warming up again at 4:50 p.m.. South Carolina and Missouri had just 2:35 left in the fourth quarter of ...

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WATCH: Pick-six gives South Carolina a two-score lead over Missouri in pouring ...

Once the rain started, things got weird at Williams-Brice Stadium. After trailing at the half against Missouri, South Carolina football came storming back into the game just as a rainstorm hit the stadium, dumping rain on the small crowd left and ...

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