Sept. 3 (Thu.) North Carolina in Charlotte
-The Tarheels lead the series with 34-18-4, but the Gamecocks have taken the last two and five of the last six meetings between the two schools.
-Last time: 2013 W 27-10 at home
Sept. 12 Kentucky at home
-South Carolina leads the overall series at 17-8-1 against the Wildcats. Falling to Kentucky in Lexington this season, the Gamecocks will have a chance at revenge early on in 2015. Carolina has won 13 of the last 15 meetings, and head coach Steve Spurrier has only taken two losses to the Wildcats as a head coach.
Sept. 19 at Georgia
-This season, South Carolina upset the Bulldogs at Williams-Brice, but Georgia has a 47-18-2 lead over the Gamecocks. This SEC Eastern Division foe will be no walk in the park for USC once again, especially in Athens.
Sept. 26 Central Florida at home
-This non-conference match-up brings good hope for the Gamecocks. South Carolina has taken each of the four last meetings and stood as the only loss for the Golden Knights in the 2013 season.
-Last time: 2013 W 28-15 at Central FL
Oct. 3 at Missouri
-This will be a bitter-sweet match-up for the Gamecocks. Last time they went to Columbia, South Carolina pulled an upset on the Tigers. This season, Mizzou got the best of USC taking a one-point victory in the fourth quarter. The Tigers lead the series 3-2.
Oct. 10 LSU at home
-Williams-Brice will be rockin’ when the Tigers make their way to Columbia. South Carolina is 2-17-1 in the series, and LSU has won the last five meetings. 1930 and 1994 were the only two seasons the Gamecocks have been able to pull a ‘W’ against this Lousiana-team.
-Last time: 2012 L 21-23 at LSU
Oct. 17 Vanderbilt at home
-South Carolina has been fortunate enough to take six-straight wins over the Commodores, including a win in Nashville this season. The Gamecocks lead the series 20-4 and will have Vandy at Williams-Brice to give them the advantage.
Oct. 24 Open date
Oct. 31 at Texas A&M
-This is a match-up the Gamecocks will be ready to face. After falling in the season opener to kick-off the series between the two schools, South Carolina will be ready and waiting to take on the Aggies.
Nov. 7 at Tennessee
-Having not yet played the Vols this season, Tennessee leads the overall series at 7-23-2. In Knoxville at Neyland will be a tough place to play, but Carolina has won three of the last four meetings.
-Last time: 2013 L 21-23 at Tennessee
Nov. 14 Florida at home
-South Carolina will see the Gators at The Swamp in a couple of weeks, but Florida will be coming to Columbia next year. Florida owns a 24-7-3 lead against the Gamecocks, but South Carolina has taken wins in three of the last four games.
-Last time: 2013 W 19-14 at home
Nov. 21 Citadel at home
-The Gamecocks will host its annual instate FCS game against The Citadel. South Carolina holds a 40-7-3 advantage over the Bulldogs and have won 40 of the first 50 meetings.
-Last time: 2011 W 41-20 at home
Nov. 28 Clemson at home
-South Carolina will travel to Clemson for the last game of the season this year, but next year, the Tigers will be traveling to Williams-Brice. As one of the most anticipated games, the Gamecocks will be ready for a big 2015 finale. Clemson leads the all-time series 65-42-4, but South Carolina has won each of the last five meetings between the two schools.