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State OVER 40
Say what you want about South
Carolina’s head coach Steve Spurrier, but the man
knows how to use this strength’s on offense.
is much better on the defensive line than USC is on the offensive line. But Spurrier has two weapons.
Blake Mitchell is back at quarterback after passing for
2,370 yards and 18 touchdowns last year. The difference-maker is Sidney Rice, a
sophomore wide receiver who had 70 catches for 1,143 yards and 13 scores a year
The Cocks won’t be able to nickel and dime, but they will
be able to do a quick strike. We look
for big plays each way, be it a pick six or quick six.
MSU though should do well
against a young and not overly impressive South Carolina
offense. Seven starters are gone and an eighth has been moved to offense.