The South Carolina Gamecocks defeated the Akron Zips 28-3 on Saturday in a rainy game at Williams-Brice Stadium.
With bowl season quickly approaching, South Carolina is in position for two possible bowl games.
After a disappointing loss to Clemson, the South Carolina Gamecocks are anticipating an extra regular season game against the Akron Zips on Dec. 1.
Despite turnovers, the Gamecocks beat Clemson for the ninth-straight time to secure another point in the Palmetto Series.
After a tough loss to Florida, the Gamecocks look to return to their winning ways against Chattanooga.
The Florida Gators prove tough competition for South Carolina as the Gamecocks lose for the fourth time this season.
With South Carolina only needing one more win for bowl eligibility, media experts from around the country project South Carolina to go bowling in December.
With several defensive injuries, the Gamecocks look to take on the Florida Gators in hopes of the sixth win of the season.
South Carolina announces that it will play the Akron Zips on Dec. 1 at Williams-Brice to make up the game against Marshall that was canceled due to Hurricane Florence.
With the Marshall game being cancelled and having a back-and-forth season, South Carolina's game against Ole Miss has huge implications for both the Gamecocks' season and bowl game fate.