Gameday info, USC depth chart

November 9, 2012 

... Who: No. 12 South Carolina (7-2, 5-2 SEC) vs. Arkansas (4-5, 2-3)

... When: Noon Saturday

... Where: Williams-Brice Stadium (80,250)

... TV: CBS with Tim Brando, Steve Beuerlein and Marty Snider

... Radio: WNKT-FM 107.5 with Todd Ellis, Tommy Suggs and Langston Moore

... Satellite Radio: Sirius 91/XM 91

... Line: USC by 14

Just the facts

... Series record: Arkansas leads series 13-7

... Last meeting: Arkansas won 44-28 in Fayetteville in 2011

... Current streak: Arkansas has won three in a row

Injury report

... South Carolina: Out: OL Mike Matulis (shoulder), DB Sharrod Golightly (hamstring); Questionable: CB Akeem Auguste (groin)

... Arkansas: Out: LB Terrell Williams (suspended); Doubtful: TE Chris Gragg (knee bruise); Questionable: RB Knile Davis (hamstring).

The week in quotes

... “We have a lot of areas we haven’t played real well the last few weeks, and we’re going to try to improve and see if we can’t play a lot better as we go through the finish here.” – Steve Spurrier

... “It’s a tradition, and we want to go back and we want to look at some of the things we have done in the past. We want our players to know that we play good against these guys, and we match up pretty good against these guys. So we want to emphasize those things. We want our guys to understand that traditionally, it comes back to tradition, traditionally we play hard and play well against these guys.” – Arkansas coach John L. Smith on the Razorbacks’ three straight wins over South Carolina

... “Sometimes in sports it goes bad early, and you don’t understand quite why. Sometimes that ball bounces funny. They still are a very good team, very capable of beating about anybody they play I think. The little bit I have seen they look a lot like they did last year and the year before when they really played super against us.” – Spurrier on the Razorbacks’ 4-5 record

... “We have heard some of that (the possibility of playing in the Sugar Bowl), but right now we’re just trying to focus on Arkansas because they have been killing us the last couple of years. Our main goal right now is to win the rest of our home games. I want to go a year without losing at home … and of course beat Clemson.” – senior tight end Justice Cunningham

... “Kenny is one of my role models as far as that goes. For a guy to be there every time the team needs him without complaining or having an attitude toward anyone, I have always looked up to that. I’d say Kenny seems a little different from the outside, but once you get to know him, he is the same as everybody else.” – Cunningham on Kenny Miles, who will start at running back today in place of Marcus Lattimore

USC depth chart

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