Gamecocks Beat Mississippi State September 29, 2007Posted by fitsnews in Sports.
CLEMSON WRECKED BY GEORGIA TECH
FITSNews – September 29, 2007 – Sixteenth-ranked South Carolina overcame some early jitters to defeat a vastly-improved Mississippi State team in Columbia today, reeling off twenty-one unanswered points to claim a 38-21 victory and improve to 4-1 (2-1 SEC) on the season. Meanwhile, thirteenth-ranked Clemson’s high-powered offense was held to a field goal in the Tigers first loss of the season, a 13-3 defeat at the hands of Georgia Tech in Atlanta.
The Gamecocks were more schizophrenic than one of Sic Willie‘s ex-girlfriends this afternoon, looking alternately amazing and then downright pathetic on both sides of the football. Seriously, on one series South Carolina’s “D” would be absolutely impenetrable, and on the very next series they’d look like you could sail the Seventh Fleet through them.
Same thing on offense – one series they’d look like Peyton and the Colts, and then the very next time out they’d look like a damn powder puff squad.
South Carolina better get it together as they square off Thursday night in Columbia against fellow Top 15 squad and SEC East rival Kentucky … on national TV. Clemson faces Virginia Tech next week in Death Valley.