A brilliant catch on USCs opening drive set the tone. He wrestled it from a Georgia All-American candidate, Baccari Rambo. Byrd also made (another) touchdown-saving tackle on special teams.
DeVonte Holloman and Kelcy Quarles
The duo teamed up on an interception, also a key moment that set the tone for the Gamecocks, this time on defense.
Bruce Ellington scored his first touchdown of the season, while Ace Sanders added his second career score on a punt return.
The 85,199 who poured into Williams-Brice Stadium set a record and perhaps scared the videoboard (see thumbs down).
Made like the Cookie Monster against a Snickerdoodle with his night-long pursuit of Aaron Murray.
The senior receiver bounced back from a drop against Kentucky with a 62-yard gain to set up a third-quarter score.
Marcus Lattimore led the way with 109 yards on 24 carries. Connor Shaw added 78 yards rushing, and Kenny Miles had 10 carries down the stretch to help run down the clock.
The Gamecocks' defense held Georgia to 224 yards and seven points. The Bulldogs came into the game averaging 536 yards and 48 points.
Goal-line stand on fourth down
A 15-play Georgia drive ended at the one-yard line when D.J. Swearinger and Shaq Wilson combined to tackle Georgia receiver Rantavious Wooten.
The cornerback dove and broke up an Aaron Murray deep ball and likely saved a touchdown.
After slapping the finishing touches on the outside this week, the Beast Board took a nap from halftime through the third quarter.
What is wrong with the upper deck on the east side? Always empty seats. Sure, its nosebleed, but its OUR nosebleed, right?
Field goal unit
You dont want to see a block, but at least the block was executed by South Carolina native Kwame Geathers.
Backup defensive line
Not fair of us. Quite frankly, this group was getting some decent push on Georgias last drive, but the Bulldogs did break up the shutout.
- Dwayne McLemore contributed