Looking to prove it could soldier on after the loss of its all-time winningest quarterback and two-time All-America defensive end, No. 9 South Carolina fell flat on its face Thursday night in a 52-28 loss to No. 21 Texas A&M.
The offense racked up 433 yards and four touchdown passes. But its not what the Gamecocks were expecting.
Scenes on and off the field during South Carolina's season opener against Texas A&M.