2018 ScheduleAll times ET

2018 Schedule
3-3, 4th in SEC - East
No. 22 Texas A&M takes down South Carolina (2:43)
Bentley finds Samuel for a 6-yard TD late in 4th (0:30)
Williams' TD secures win for Texas A&M (0:38)
Gamecocks' Fenton breaks up potential touchdown pass (0:39)
Bentley launches 33-yard TD to Dawkins (1:26)
Gamecocks' Bentley connects with Smith for a 22-yard TD (0:43)
Sternberger puts Aggies in red zone with 57-yard catch (0:46)
Williams 27-yard run puts Gamecocks in the red zone (0:26)
Aggies' Mond to Sternberger for a 4-yard TD (0:30)
Bentley's end zone interception stalls drive (0:38)
Texas A&M Punter Mann forces fumble (0:48)
Behind the scenes with Will Muschamp (3:14)

Chris Low ESPN Senior Staff Writer 

It was eight years ago today (Oct. 9, 2010) that South Carolina upset No. 1 Alabama 35-21 in Columbia. Since that loss, the Crimson Tide are 62-8 against SEC opponents with 51 of those wins coming by double digits, and only one of the eight losses was by more than six points, the 26-14 setback last season at Auburn.

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Gamecocks expect QB Bentley to start vs. Aggies

South Carolina coach Will Muschamp says quarterback Jake Bentley, who missed last's week's win over Missouri with a left knee injury, is expected to start against No. 22 Texas A&M on Saturday.

South Carolina downs Missouri 37-35 (1:21)
Scarnecchia earns win in first career start (0:46)
Muschamp: 'Don't question our heart' (0:53)
No. 17 Wildcats defeat Gamecocks to remain unbeaten (2:58)
South Carolina's fumble leads to a Wildcats FG (0:34)
Bentley displaying toughness for Gamecocks (2:14)
SEC Film Room with Will Muschamp (2:38)

Team Stats

Passing Yards250.350th
Rushing Yards153.786th
Points For28.869th
Points Against25.8Tied-64th