Gamecocks to open 2010 against Southern Miss
The Southern Miss Golden Eagles, perennially one of the top teams in Conference USA, will make their first appearance ever in Columbia on Thursday, September 2, to kick off the 2010 football season on ESPN. The two teams have never met on the gridiron. The Southern Miss game replaces the September 18 home game against North Carolina. The Carolina-UNC game has been moved to the opening Thursday night of the 2013 campaign and will also be televised by ESPN.
In addition, the Gamecocks have moved the Troy game, scheduled for Saturday, September 4, to Saturday, November 20. The Furman game, originally set for Saturday, October 2, will now be played on Saturday, September 18. The Gamecocks will have an open date on October 2.
Here is the complete revised 2010 Gamecock football schedule:
Thursday, September 2 Southern Miss
Saturday, September 11 Georgia
Saturday, September 18 Furman
Saturday, September 24 at Auburn
Saturday, October 2 Bye
Saturday, October 9 Alabama
Saturday, October 16 at Kentucky
Saturday, October 23 at Vanderbilt
Saturday, October 30 Tennessee
Saturday, November 6 Arkansas
Saturday, November 13 at Florida
Saturday, November 20 Troy
Saturday, November 27 at Clemson
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