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OFFICIAL WEEKLY RELEASE FROM SOUTH CAROLINA ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT
Stadium: Williams-Brice Stadium (80,250)
National TV: ESPN
Chris Fowler, Craig James, Jesse Palmer, Erin Andrews
National Radio: ESPN Radio
Bill Rosinski, Dennis Franchione, Joe Schad
Gamecocks Radio Flagship: WNKT (107.5 FM)
Todd Ellis, Tommy Suggs, Terry Cousin
Replay: SportSouth, Sept. 27, 8 p.m. ET
Andy Demetra, Brad Muller
Satellite Radio: XM 200/Sirius 220
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Series Record: Ole Miss leads, 8-6
In Columbia: Ole Miss leads, 4-3
Last Meeting: SC 31, Ole Miss 24 - 10/4/08 in Oxford
Last Time in Columbia: Ole Miss 31, SC 28 - 10/9/04
Last SC Win in Columbia: SC 21, Ole Miss 14 - 10/20/79
Current Streak: Carolina won the last meeting
SETTING THE STAGE
The University of South Carolina Gamecocks (2-1, 0-1 SEC) will look to defeat a top-10 opponent for
the second time in three years as the No. 4/5 University of Mississippi Rebels (2-0, 0-0 SEC) visit
Columbia for a Thursday night special on ESPN at 7:45 p.m., Sept. 24. The Gamecocks and Rebels will
both be coming off short weeks as Carolina downed Florida Atlantic on Saturday, 38-16, while Ole Miss
disposed of Southeastern Louisiana, 52-6, in Oxford.
• This is the second Thursday night game of the year for Carolina and the eighth in the Spurrier Era.
With the win over NC State on Sept. 3, the Gamecocks are 5-2 in Thursday night specials since 2005.
• Senior linebacker Eric Norwood tied Andrew Provence for the South Carolina school record in career
sacks with his 26th against Florida Atlantic. He needs just 1.5 more sacks to break into the Southeastern
Conference's all-time top 10 in the category.
• Junior kick returner Chris Culliver now holds the Carolina record for career kickoff returns with 78
after amassing four against FAU to break the previous mark of 76, held by Robert Brooks. He is now just
67 yards short of the school record in kick return yardage.
• Jarvis Giles was named the SEC's Freshman of the Week after his 11-carry, 113-yard performance
against Florida Atlantic that included his first career touchdown.
• Defensive tackle Ladi Ajiboye returns from a three-game suspension for Thursday's game to give the
Carolina defense some added depth up front.
• The No. 4 Rebels will be the fifth top-10 team to visit Williams-Brice Stadium in the Spurrier era.
Carolina is 1-3 in those four previous meetings, defeating No. 8 Kentucky 38-23 in 2007.
GAMECOCKS AND REBELS
This is the 15th meeting all-time between South Carolina
and Mississippi. Ole Miss leads the all-time series,
8-6. The teams have met just five times since South
Carolina joined the Southeastern Conference in 1992;
Ole Miss is 4-1 in those contests. The Gamecocks held
the series edge from 1947-1981, a stretch spanning
nine meetings that saw Carolina win five times. This will
be the eighth time Ole Miss has visited Williams-Brice
Stadium; they are 4-3 all-time in Columbia with the last
meeting coming in 2004. Carolina's last win over Mississippi
in Columbia came on Oct. 20, 1979, a 21-14
IT'S USUALLY CLOSE
Eleven of the 14 all-time meetings between South Carolina
and Ole Miss have been decided by a touchdown or
less. All six of Carolina's wins in the series have been
by seven points or fewer, and five of the Rebels' eight
victories have been that close. The last time a Carolina-
OIe Miss game was a double-digit affair was the 1999
season when the Rebels won 36-10 in Columbia. Prior
to that, it was all the way back in 1972 when the Rebs
took a 21-0 win, also at Williams-Brice Stadium.
THURSDAY NIGHT LIGHTS
In the Spurrier Era, South Carolina is now 5-2 in Thursday
night contests, with four of those five victories
coming in season openers. This will be the second
Thursday night special for the Gamecocks this season;
Carolina opened the 2009 campaign with a 7-3 victory
at North Carolina State. South Carolina is the only SEC
team scheduled to play in multiple weeknight contests
this year; Alabama and Auburn will play each other on
Friday, Nov. 27, in the only remaining weekday contest
involving an SEC school.
THE HBC AND OLE MISS
South Carolina head coach Steve Spurrier owns a 3-0
record against Mississippi, having defeated the Rebels
twice while at Florida and again last season in his first
meeting with Ole Miss as Carolina's head ball coach.
Spurrier first beat Ole Miss in 1994, 38-14, and again
in 1995, 28-10. He didn't face the Rebels again until last
season when the Gamecocks won a 31-24 battle in Oxford.
HBC VS. MAGNOLIA STATE
Steve Spurrier has had great success against schools in
the state of Mississippi. In his 20-year collegiate coaching
career, the Head Ball Coach is 12-2 all-time against
schools in the Magnolia State, including a perfect 3-0
mark against both Ole Miss and Southern Miss, and a
6-2 advantage over Mississippi State.
Ole Miss defensive coordinator Tyrone Nix is very familiar
with the Gamecocks, as he served as Steve Spurrier's
defensive coordinator at Carolina from 2005-07. But
that's about the only familiar link between the Gamecocks
and the Rebels – no natives of Mississippi are on
the Gamecock roster, and likewise, no South Carolina
natives play for the Rebels.
THE LAST TIME THEY MET
Chris Smelley threw three touchdown passes, South Carolina's
No. 1 defense held Mississippi to a field goal in
the second half and the Gamecocks beat the Rebels 31-24
on Oct. 4, 2008, in Oxford, Miss. Smelley completed 22
of 31 passes for a career-high 327 yards and led an 11-
play, 95-yard drive midway through the fourth quarter to
put away Ole Miss, which stumbled a week after knocking
off then-No. 4 Florida. A pair of Ole Miss fumbles helped
the Gamecocks earn a critical win. After Smelley hit Jason Barnes with a touchdown pass on third-and-goal from
the 20 early in the second quarter, Gamecocks defensive
lineman Nathan Pepper scooped up Jevan Snead's fumble
and returned it 29 yards for a 14-point swing in exactly a
minute that gave South Carolina a 17-14 lead. Ole Miss
answered to take a 21-14 halftime lead on a 24-yard
pass from Snead to Brandon Bolden, but another fumble
in the second half turned the game for the Gamecocks.
Chris Culliver forced Dexter McCluster to fumble at the
South Carolina 6 midway through the third quarter. Emmanuel
Cook returned the fumble to the 42. Smelley was
especially sharp on the ensuing drive, converting a pair
of first downs with quarterback sneaks, including fourthand-
inches at the Ole Miss 10. That set up the second
of his two touchdown passes to Barnes, a 6-yarder that
put the Gamecocks up 24-21. After Ole Miss downed
the ball at the 5 following a punt on the ensuing drive,
Smelley and tailback Mike Davis marched South Carolina
down the field. Davis rushed for 28 yards on the drive and
Smelley hit 5 of 6 passes for 54 yards, including a 4-yard
touchdown pass to Joe Hills. A Gamecocks defense led by
Cook's 14 tackles held the Rebels to 129 yards and a field
goal in the second half.
LAST TIME OUT: FAU
Brian Maddox scored three touchdowns and Jarvis Giles
ran 11 times for 113 yards to help South Carolina to a
38-16 win over Florida Atlantic on Saturday night. The
Gamecocks (2-1) scored on three straight possessions
in the second half to turn a close game at half into a
blowout. While Giles averaged 10.3 yards a carry andgot his first career touchdown, fellow freshman Kenny Miles looked just as impressive, running for 56 yards on
five carries in one first quarter series before sitting out
the rest of the game with a shoulder injury. The Owls (0-
2) trailed just 17-16 at halftime, but turned over the ball
twice on their first three drives after halftime. Stephon Gilmore picked off Rusty Smith's pass, and Eric Norwood
sacked Smith to force a fumble. The Gamecocks
took advantage of the short field both times. Gilmore
later recovered a fumble as South Carolina forced three
turnovers in the second half and stopped Florida Atlantic
on a fourth down at the Gamecocks' 5. The game got
out of hand after that. South Carolina quarterback Stephen Garcia was 20-for-27 for 222 yards, throwing for
one touchdown and running for another. The discovery
of a running game meant the sophomore didn't have to
match the 53 passes and 313 yards he had in a loss to
No. 23 Georgia the previous week. Maddox gained just
23 yards on 10 carries and had just two catches for 8
yards, but managed three touchdowns. South Carolina
receiver Tori Gurley had four catches for 100 yards. Moe Brown caught three passes for 20 yards, but had a 50-
yard run on the Gamecocks' first play. South Carolina
took a 17-3 lead on Garcia's 15-yard run with 8:53 left in
the first half, but the Owls scored twice before halftime.
THE HBC AND BIG NUMBERS
• In 20 years as a collegiate coach, Steve Spurrier is
83-3-1 when scoring at least 37 points. The 41-37
loss to Georgia was the first time in the Spurrier era at
South Carolina that the Gamecocks lost when scoring
37 points or more; they had won the previous eight such
occurrences. In fact, the last time South Carolina lost
when scoring 37 points or more was Nov. 1, 2003, when
Carolina lost at Ole Miss by a 43-40 score.
• With the 41-37 loss at UGA and the 38-16 win over
FAU, it marked only the second time in the Spurrier era
that Carolina scored 37 or more points in consecutive
outings. The previous time was in 2007, when the
Gamecocks downed Mississippi State 38-21 and Kentucky
38-23 in back-to-back weeks.
AGAINST RANKED FOES
Ole Miss comes into this week's game ranked 4th in
the Associated Press poll and 5th in the USA Today
Coaches' Poll. The Gamecocks are 5-13 under Spurrier
against opponents in the top 25. Here's a year-by-year
• 2005: Carolina was 2-1 against ranked opponents,
knocking off No. 23 Tennessee and No. 12 Florida after
losing to No. 9 Georgia.
• 2006: Carolina was 1-5 against ranked opponents
with their lone win coming against No. 24 Clemson.
They had losses against No. 12 Georgia, No. 2 Auburn,
No. 8 Tennessee, No. 12 Arkansas and No. 6 Florida.
• 2007: The Gamecocks were 2-3 against ranked opponents,
winning over No. 11 Georgia and No. 8 Kentucky,
but falling to No. 2 LSU, No. 17 Florida and No.
• 2008: Carolina dropped all three contests against
ranked foes, falling to No. 2 Georgia, No. 13 LSU and
No. 3 Florida.
• 2009: The Gamecocks have lost their only game to a
ranked opponent, falling 41-37 at No. 21 Georgia.
PLAYING THE BEST
South Carolina has played 32 games in its history
against teams ranked in the top-5 in the country, posting
a 1-31 record in those contests, including losses
in each of their last 23 opportunities. They are 0-19 at
home against top-5 teams, 1-11 on the road and 0-1
at neutral sites. The lone win was a 31-13 win at No. 3
North Carolina on October 24, 1981. Their most recent
game against a top-5 team was a 56-6 loss at No. 3
Florida last season. This is the fourth-straight year in
which Carolina has played a top-5 team.
AND DEFEATING THE BEST
South Carolina's best win over a ranked opponent came
in the 1981 season when they knocked off No. 3 North
Carolina by a 31-13 score. It's the only win over a top-5
opponent in school history. Here are the other top wins:
BEST SOUTH CAROLINA WINS BY RANKINGS:
Date Opponent Rank Score
10/24/81 at North Carolina 3 31-13
09/24/88 vs Georgia 6 23-10
10/04/07 vs Kentucky 8 38-23
11/21/87 vs Clemson 8 20-7
11/14/53 at West Virginia 8 20-14
09/09/00 vs Georgia 9 21-10
10/23/58 vs Clemson 10 26-6
09/08/07 at Georgia 11 16-12
11/10/84 vs Florida State 11 38-26
11/12/05 vs Florida 12 30-22
09/29/84 vs Georgia 12 17-10
NOTES FROM FAU
• Saturday marked the first time since 2007 that the
Gamecocks boasted a 100-yard rusher and a 100-yard
receiver in freshman Jarvis Giles (113 yards rushing)
and freshman Tori Gurley (100 yards receiving). The last
time, it was Cory Boyd and Kenny McKinley turning the
trick at Tennessee on Oct. 27, 2007. It's the first time for
a pair of freshmen to pull off the feat since Sidney Rice
and Mike Davis did it twice during the 2005 season (vs.
Clemson and in the Independence Bowl vs. Missouri).
• Sophomore running back Brian Maddox eclipsed his
career high in scores in a big way with three touchdowns
(two rushing, one receiving).
• Moe Brown's 50-yard end-around on the opening play
of the game was easily his career-long rush and was the
longest Carolina rushing play since Mike Davis also
scampered for 50 against NC State last season (8/28).
• Brian Maddox's opening-drive touchdown at the
13:39 mark of the first quarter was the quickest score
for a Gamecock team since Nov. 6, 2003, at Arkansas,
when Carolina kicked a field goal at the 13:53 mark of
the opening period. It was the fastest touchdown by a
Gamecock team since South Carolina joined the SEC in
• Ten different Carolina players caught passes against
FAU - Tori Gurley (4-100) led the way, followed by Jason
Barnes (3-40), Alshon Jeffrey (2-24), Moe Brown
(3-20), Scott Spurrier (1-13), Eric Baker (2-10), Dion
LeCorn (2-9), Brian Maddox (2-8), Weslye Saunders (1-
7) and D.L. Moore (1 for -2).
• Senior Scott Spurrier recorded his first career catch,
a 13-yard reception fron Stephen Garcia in the fourth
South Carolina's 7-3 win over NC State on Sept. 3
marked the first time in Steve Spurrier's coaching career
- college or professional - that a team led by the Head
Ball Coach won a game in which it scored only seven
points. It was the lowest-scoring victory for the Gamecocks
since a 1971 victory over Memphis State, also by
a 7-3 margin.
...AND BIG-TIME SCORES
The Gamecocks' second game of the season couldn't
have been any more different from the first. Carolina
fell in a thrilling shootout at Georgia, 41-37. It was the
second-highest scoring contest in the 62-game history
between Carolina and Georgia (only a 52-34 affair in
1970 saw more points) and it marked the most points
South Carolina had ever scored in a game with Georgia.
BY LAND OR BY AIR
The Gamecocks threw the ball 53 times against Georgia,
the most passes attempted in the Steve Spurrier Era at
South Carolina, completing 31 for 313 yards. They came
back against Florida Atlantic and rushed for 287 yards,
the most in the Spurrier Era, surpassing the previous
high mark by 64 yards.
The Gamecocks have received solid performances from
several freshmen this season. Defensive end Devin Taylor, a redshirt freshman from Beaufort, has started
all three games and was the SEC Defensive Lineman of
the Week for his efforts in the opener at NC State. True
freshman tailback Jarvis Giles from Tampa became the
first Gamecock frosh to rush for over 100 yards since
2006 when he went for 113 against FAU, earning SEC
Freshman of the Week accolades. True freshman and
Rock Hill, S.C. native Stephon Gilmore has started all
three games at cornerback and has intercepted a pass,
forced a fumble and recovered another fumble. He also
has a sack among his 13 tackles. Redshirt freshman
wide receiver Tori Gurley has caught 12 passes for 180
yards in three games, including a four-catch, 100-yard
performance against FAU. Redshirt freshman T.J. Johnson
from Aynor, S.C. has started all three games at right
NOTES FROM GEORGIA
• South Carolina is 7-11 in league openers since joining
the SEC in 1992. Fifteen of those 18 openers have
come against Georgia.
• Georgia returned a kickoff for 100 yards and a touchdown
in the first quarter. It was the first kickoff return for
a touchdown against the Gamecocks since Leodis McKelvin
of Troy accomplished the feat on Sept. 24, 2005.
• Georgia scored 31 points in the first half; the last team
to do that against the Gamecocks was Auburn on Oct. 1,
2005, in a 48-7 Tiger victory.
• Carolina's 17 points in the first quarter marked the
most in an opening period since scoring 17 against
South Carolina State on Sept. 15, 2007.
• South Carolina got two points for a Georgia safety in
the third quarter when a bad snap on a punt when out of
the back of the end zone. It was the first safety for South
Carolina since the 2007 Arkansas game.
• Eric Norwood's interception return for a touchdown
was his first career pick and third career defensive score;
he returned two fumbles for TDs vs. Kentucky in 2007.
• Darian Stewart equaled a career-high with 11 tackles
on the night.
NOTES FROM NC STATE
• With the win at NC State, South Carolina snapped a
three-game losing streak dating back to the 11th game
of the 2008 season. The Gamecocks dropped games to
Florida, Clemson and Iowa to end the ‘08 campaign.
• The Gamecocks held NC State to 133 yards in the
game, the lowest total in the Spurrier Era and the lowest
since the 1999 season - also NC State (99).
• Brian Maddox's first-quarter touchdown gave the
Gamecocks their first lead since the end of last year's
Arkansas game, a span of 12-plus quarters.
• NC State's third-quarter field goal snapped a scoreless
streak for the Wolfpack against South Carolina that
dated back to the fourth quarter of the 1999 contest, a
span of just under eight quarters.
NO OPENING JITTERS
With their win at NC State on Sept. 3, the Gamecocks
have now won 10 consecutive season-opening games
dating back to the 2000 season. The last season-opening
loss came at NC State in 1999.
NOTING THE POLLS...
South Carolina remains outside the top 25 this week,
but gained six votes in the coaches' poll. Carolina had
seven votes in this week's ESPN/USA Today Coaches
Poll, up from one last week, but did not receive a
mention in the Associated Press balloting. Three SEC
schools on the 2009 Gamecock slate remain consensus
top-5 teams: Florida (1/1), Alabama (3/3) and Ole Miss
(4/5). Georgia moved up to #17 in the coaches' poll and
#21 in the AP ballot. In addition, South Carolina State
is ranked 16th in the latest FCS coaches' poll.
The Gamecocks officially return 12 starters from the
2008 squad (five on offense, six on defense and one
specialist). The returning offensive starters are OC Garrett Anderson, WR Jason Barnes, OG Terrence Campbell,
FB Patrick DiMarco and OT Jarriel King. The returning
defensive starters include DT Ladi Ajiboye, FS
Chris Culliver, DE Cliff Matthews, LB Eric Norwood, DT
Nathan Pepper and S Darian Stewart. Junior Spencer Lanning is the returning punter and will handle placekicking
duties this fall as well.
•Seven Gamecocks made their first career starts in the
season opener against NC State: CB Akeem Auguste,
CB Stephon Gilmore, SPUR Alonzo Winfield, OG T.J.
Johnson, OT Quintin Richardson, WR Tori Gurley and
DE Devin Taylor.
• LB Shaq Wilson got his first career start at Georgia
on Sept. 12.
• LB Tony Straughter and DB Antonio Allen earned their
initial career starts against Florida Atlantic on Sept. 19.
TOUGH ROAD AHEAD
The 2009 Gamecock schedule was rated the nation's
toughest, according to Phil Steele's 2009 College
Football Preview magazine. Carolina was followed by
Florida State, Oklahoma, Mississippi State and Minnesota
in the top 5. The Gamecocks face four of the
top 13 teams in the country in 2008, according to the
preseason polls. Florida was the top-ranked team in
both polls. The Gators will make their way to Columbia
on Nov. 14. Alabama entered the season ranked fifth in
both polls. Carolina will travel to Tuscaloosa on Oct. 17.
Mississippi was eighth in the AP poll and 10th in the
Coaches' rankings. The Rebels will visit Columbia for a
Thursday night ESPN tilt on Sept. 24. Georgia, which
hosted Carolina on Sept. 12, began the season ranked
13th in both polls.
UNDER COACH SPURRIER
Head coach Steve Spurrier is 30-23 in his five seasons
in Columbia. His 30 wins ranks seventh on the school's
all-time list, three behind Lou Holtz. He tied the school
record for wins (7) in his first season at the helm; tied
for the most wins (15) in his first two seasons of any
Carolina head coach; recorded the most wins (21) by
a Carolina head coach in his first three seasons; and
surpassed Warren Giese (25 wins from 1956-59) for
the most wins by a coach in his first four seasons on
the Carolina sidelines. He has logged a .500 or better
record in four straight seasons, the first coach to do that
at Carolina since the final four years of the Jim Carlen
Era (1978-81). Coach Spurrier is the first coach in Carolina
history to take his team to three bowl games in his
first four seasons on the sidelines. He also has matched
Jim Carlen and Joe Morrison for the most bowl appearances
(3) as a Carolina head coach.
South Carolina has just nine players on its roster who
are seniors. Of those, Lemuel Jeanpierre, Nathan Pepper
and Gerrod Sinclar are fifth-year seniors, while Garrett
Anderson, Moe Brown, Eric Norwood and Darian
Stewart are in their fourth year. Former walk-ons John Guerry and Scott Spurrier earned scholarships during
fall practice. With only nine seniors, the Gamecocks
are tied with Duke for the second-fewest seniors in the
country. Boise State has the fewest with four.
WINNING MORE OFTEN
The Gamecocks have posted five consecutive seasons
of at least a .500 record, going 6-5 in 2004, 7-5 in
2005, 8-5 in 2006, 6-6 in 2007 and 7-6 in 2008. It's the
first time they have accomplished that since 1928-
Steve Spurrier made numerous changes to his coaching
staff in the off-season, promoting Ellis Johnson to
assistant head coach-defense and bringing in Jay Graham
(running backs/asst. special teams), Jeep Hunter
(tight ends/asst. special teams), G.A. Mangus (quarterbacks),
Lorenzo Ward (defensive coordinator), Eric
Wolford (offensive line/running game coordinator) and
Craig Fitzgerald (strength and conditioning).
PIPELINE TO THE NFL
South Carolina tied for having the second-most players
selected in the 2009 NFL Draft of any school in the
nation, matching Oregon State and Ohio State for that
honor behind Southern California. Selected were:
• Jared Cook (3rd round, Tennessee)
• Kenny McKinley (5th round, Denver)
• Jasper Brinkley (5th round, Minnesota)
• Jamon Meredith (5th round, Green Bay)
• Captain Munnerlyn (7th round, Carolina)
• Stoney Woodson (7th round, N.Y. Giants)
• Ryan Succop (7th round, Kansas City)
SERVING OUR COUNTRY
Reserve deep snapper Matthew
Grooms joined the Gamecocks
after serving as a corporal in the
U.S. Marine Corps for four years
as a mechanic, included a sixmonth
stint in Iraq. Grooms, a
junior, is the oldest player on the
squad, as he turned 26 on July 8.
Grooms is a native of McColl, S.C., where he played for
Marlboro County. Walk-on freshman linebacker Matthew
Ansley, a member of the Army Reserves, spent 18
months in Iraq, working as a gunner for convoy security
and route clearance.
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