... Who: No. 8 South Carolina (3-0, 1-0 SEC) vs. Missouri (2-1, 0-1 SEC)
... When: 3:30 p.m. Saturday
... Where: Williams-Brice Stadium (80,250)
... TV: CBS with Verne Lundquist, Gary Danielson and Tracy Wolfson
... Radio: WNKT-FM 107.5 with Todd Ellis, Tommy Suggs and Langston Moore
... Satellite radio: Sirius 91/XM 91
... Line: USC by 10
Just the facts
... Series record: Missouri leads 2-0
... Last meeting: Missouri won 38-31 in Shreveport, La.
... Current streak: Missouri has won two in a row
... South Carolina: Out: S D.J. Swearinger (suspension), RB Brandon Wilds (ankle), RB Shon Carson (wrist), CB Akeem Auguste (leg); Probable: QB Connor Shaw (shoulder).
... Missouri: Out: WR Wesley Leftwich (foot), RB Henry Josey (knee), OL Travis Ruth (arm), OL Taylor Chappell (knee), OL Elvis Fisher (knee); Questionable: WR Rolandis Woodland (hamstring); Probable: QB James Franklin (shoulder).
The week in quotes
... Its no pressure. We watch film all the time, so there is no pressure. I still have to go practice hard and listen to Coach. Its no different. True freshman safety T.J. Gurley, who will start in place of suspended senior D.J. Swearinger
... Well have a few different guys out there one or two. And the other guys may play, too, who started. Were not dead set in the o-line, thats for sure. coach Steve Spurrier
... His arm could be almost severed off, and if you asked him he could play hed say, Yeah. Its a pride, I dont want this to sound the wrong way, well, I dont know how its going to sound, but its a pride in representing our last name. Thats what (Connor and Jaybo) want to do make sure they dont drop the torch in carrying on our name. He wants to play, and if he feels like he is still breathing, then he can still play. Lee Shaw, father of quarterback Connor Shaw
... Connor, hes a better passer than hes shown. He really is, Spurrier said. He sometimes holds the ball a little too long. He was a little deliberate (against UAB). Just a little hesitant. So hopefully, he can get out of that, because he needs to take his steps and fire it in there a little bit better at times. Spurrier
... So in my personal experience, almost every time we kicked four or five field goals, we got beat. Certainly, you can win some 16-10s, which we did against Ole Miss several years ago, (but) usually, the team that scores touchdowns is much better off. Spurrier
... DeVonte (Holloman) has played really well. He does his job. He might not have as many tackles, but hes taking on two blockers and freeing somebody else up. Hes doing exactly what he is supposed to be doing day in and day out. linebackers coach Kirk Botkin
USC depth chart
Compiled by Josh Kendall