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The Gamecocks (5-1, 3-1), behind sophomore quarterback Connor Shaw, defeated Kentucky 54-3 on Saturday afternoon at Williams-Brice Stadium.
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Looks like we have our QB. While he may not have been great by Spurrier's standards, he was certainly good to very good. Shaw was much more than just an effective game manager. He made some very good decisions and very good throws.
Can't help but feel bad for Garcia...with Shaw playing so well, he probably won't see any significant playing time for the remainder of his career at USC. You just know that he wishes it was him out there playing the way Shaw was playing.
Too bad for Stephen, but Shaw's emergence was just what we needed.
Pix of a Passer/King angelfish (saltwater). Got him as a 1.5inch baby. Now, 12 years later, 14inch adult.
The most dominating performance by a USC team that I remember. But for the fumbled kick return, I don't think UK would have scored.
I don't feel bad for Garcia one bit. He had his chances, he also has had five strikes.
the biggest stat is in the "int" column
I hope Marty Markett is alright...
He is a very valuable player for our team.
Shaw was really seeing the field.
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