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The South Carolina Gamecocks quarterback Connor Shaw (14) celebrates with teammates after defeating the Missouri Tigers, 27-24 in overtime at Memorial Stadium's Faurot Field in Columbia, Missouri, on Saturday, October 26, 2013. (Allison Long/Kansas City Star/MCT)

South Carolina upsets Missouri in double overtime

Connor Shaw wasn’t supposed to play Saturday against Missouri. Neither was Kelcy Quarles. But with South Carolina down 17-0 midway through the third quarter and struggling to avoid turnovers, coach Steve Spurrier went up to Shaw and asked him if he could play.


The surprise of the East

At the beginning of the season, the game in Missouri was just a blip between road games at Arkansas and Tennessee, two places that South Carolina has historically struggled to succeed at.


Behind Enemy Lines

1. Both teams’ quarterback situations are eerily similar. Both starters are out with injuries, but both teams have backups that are capable of filling in. How impressed was Missouri with the performance that Maty Mauk put on against Florida, and was it better than anticipated?


Equestrian heads to Texas A&M

After playing for four straight weekends, it’s safe to say that the South Carolina equestrian team enjoyed their week off last week.


SEC Indoor Track Championships 2013 at the Randall Tyson Track Center in Fayetteville, Ark.

Gravesande sets goals on track

Olympic trials, Second Team All-America status and a gold medal are just a few of the things on junior sprinter Clayton Gravesande’s resume. Gravesande, who is a captain on the track and field team, competed for the United States in the 2011 Pan American Junior Athletics Championships, running the 4×400 meter relay.


	Sophomore forward Michael Carrera said that having the support of his young teammates has made his transformation into a role model a much smoother process.

Young players continue to adapt to system

It is no secret that the majority of the South Carolina men’s basketball team is made up of players who are fresh out of high school. But despite the team’s youthful nucleus, head coach Frank Martin is embracing the growing process of his younger players as he attempts to combat the learning curve.


Women's soccer goes winless on the road

The South Carolina women’s soccer team went back-to-back games without recording a win for the first time this season during their two game road trip this weekend. The Gamecocks lost 2-1 at Missouri on Friday night before drawing 1-1 at No. 24 Ole Miss on Sunday afternoon.


Indecision costs Gamecocks 2 costly timeouts

Many people were left scratching their heads after Tennessee kicker Michael Palardy kicked through the game-winning field goal against South Carolina this past Saturday, and for good reason.


Byrd continues impressive streak

For the third consecutive week, junior wide receiver Damiere Byrd caught a touchdown pass off a deep ball. He was responsible for South Carolina’s first score of the day, a 76-yard reception after beating one-on-one coverage once again.