Meridian Star


November 2, 2013

MSU falls to Gamecocks


COLUMBIA, S.C. —     "I don't keep up too much with career records," Shaw said. "It's good to have four touchdowns and I think we were 4 of 4 in the red zone."

    Mike Davis rushed for 128 yards and became the Gamecocks' first 1,000-yard runner since Marcus Lattimore ran for 1,197 yards his freshman season three years ago.

    The Gamecocks got themselves back in the SEC Eastern Division hunt with last week's 27-24, double-overtime victory at then No. 5 Missouri. They'll still need help from Missouri and Georgia to make the Georgia Dome next month, but should have some friendly confines to make as they finish the season with home games against Florida, Coastal Carolina and Clemson after a week off.

    South Carolina's home streak is the second current longest in the country behind Michigan's 19 in a row.

    The home win streak "is big," Clowney said. "We tied it. In two weeks, we're coming in here to break it."

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