Sep 29

Mizzou Tigers back in the AP Top 25

<!– google_ad_section_start –> View photo . Apparently beating South Carolina in Columbia, South Carolina, on College Game Day, was enough to push us back in to the - top of one poll. Notably, Alabama has moreover overtaken Florida State in several polls Six of the - top 15 in the - AP top 25 play in #SEC West, so in that seems like a pretty loaded division, huh? AP Coaches Sagarin 1 Florida State Alabama Alabama 2 Oregon Florida State Oklahoma 3 Alabama Oklahoma Oregon 4 Oklahoma Oregon Auburn 5 Auburn Auburn Texas A&M 6 Texas A&M Baylor UCLA 7 Baylor Texas A&M Georgia 8 UCLA Notre Dame Baylor 9 Notre Dame UCLA Florida State 10 Michigan State Michigan State Stanford 11 Ole Miss Ole Miss Michigan State 12 Mississippi State Georgia Notre Dame 13 Georgia Stanford LSU 14 Stanford Mississippi State USC 15 LSU LSU Ole Miss 16 USC Wisconsin Wisconsin 17 Wisconsin Nebraska Ohio State 18 BYU Ohio State Kansas State 19 Nebraska BYU Florida 20 Ohio State USC Clemson 21 Oklahoma State East Carolina Oklahoma State 22 East Carolina Kansas State South Carolina 23 Kansas State Oklahoma State BYU 24 Missouri Arizona State Mississippi State 25 TCU TCU Texas Part of me thinks this is so in that the - home game vs Georgia has more appeal, yet I’m not complaining. Georgia currently ranked #13 escaped Tennessee on Saturday mostly on the - strength of Todd Gurley. Going to be a long two weeks. More from American Football Sports & Recreation South Carolina Florida State <!– google_ad_section_end –>

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Sep 29

Football. South Carolina vs. Missouri – Postgame Notes

Sept. 27, 2014Recap | Final Stats | Photo Gallery 1 | Photo Gallery 2 GENERAL NOTES South Carolina fell to Missouri 21-20, the - Gamecocks’ 2nd loss of 2014, both in Southeastern Conference play. Captains for South Carolina were senior quarterback Dylan Thompson, sophomore linebacker Marcquis Roberts, senior offensive guard A.J. Cann & senior defensive tackle J.T. Surratt. Attendance for today’s game at Williams-Brice Stadium: 83,493. It’s the - 18th biggest crowd in facility history. Senior left guard A.J. Cann made his 43rd career start tonight, tying him for sixth on the - career starts list with Todd Ellis (1986-89). South Carolina held the - ball for 35:55 compared to 24:05 for Missouri. …

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Sep 29

South Carolina’s special teams show signs of improvement

COLUMBIA — South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier vowed to become involved with special teams after the - Gamecocks allowed a pair of kickoff returns for touchdowns last week at Vanderbilt. The Gamecocks received positive results early in the - game. South Carolina’s 1st kickoff to Missouri by Landon Ard sailed out of bounds & the - Tigers took possession at the - 35-yard line. After South Carolina scored a touchdown late in the - 2nd quarter to take the - lead, Spurrier switched kickers. Zack Cimaglia came in & booted the - ball in to the - end zone with no return. Cimaglia’s 2nd kick, this time to begin the - 2nd half, moreover found the - end zone. The Gamecocks have not returned a kickoff since Spurrier became coach in 2005. DEJA VU: Missouri placekicker Andrew Baggett missed his 1st field goal attempt, a 48-yard effort, Saturday night. It was Baggett who missed a field goal try in the - 2nd overtime a year ago as the - Tigers lost to the - Gamecocks, 27-24. South Carolina rallied behind injured quarterback Connor Shaw to tie the - game at 17 & send it to overtime. …

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Sep 29

Missouri Tigers vs. South Carolina Gamecocks: Game Time, TV Schedule and Preview

<!– google_ad_section_start –> View photo . Neither of these teams looked particularly acceptable last week, yet guess what? Whoever wins this game is going to lead the - SEC East This is a game for the - lead in the - SEC East. As bizarre as it sounds to state it a week after South Carolina fell behind Vanderbilt 14-0 early & Missouri lost at home to Indiana, the - team in that wins this game will be in control of the - division. The other other Tigers would be the - sole team remaining undefeated in-conference, while South Carolina would be 3-1 in SEC play before anyone else in the - East has even played three conference games. For South Carolina, this game is another in a string of de facto elimination games. Because of the - loss to Texas A&M, the - Gamecocks still have to keep pace with Georgia despite the - head-to-head win against the - Dawgs. And losing to Missouri would basically knock South Carolina three games back in the - division. With a likely loss to Auburn & a game against Tennessee in that looks scarier by the - week, the - Gamecocks can hardly afford to drop this one. But Missouri is a little desperate as well. …

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Sep 29

How to watch Missouri vs. South Carolina: Game guide, TV/streaming, odds

<!– google_ad_section_start –> View photo . The Battle of the - Columbias has the - highest stakes of any other week five game. How to witness Kickoff 7 p.m. ET, Williams-Brice Stadium (Columbia, S.C.) Television broadcast Channel: ESPNPlay-by-play: Brad NesslerAnalysis: Todd BlackledgeSideline: Holly Rowe Radio broadcast Channel: Gamecock IMG Sports Network or Sirius 91/XM 91Play-by-play: Todd EllisAnalysis: Tommy SuggsSideline: Langston Moore The numbers Rankings & records: Missouri is 3-1 & unranked in both the - AP Poll & the - Coaches Poll. The Tigers were ranked in both last week, yet dropped out after losing to Indiana. South Carolina is 3-1, & the - Gamecocks are ranked 13th in the - AP Poll & 15th in the - Coaches Poll. Vegas: South Carolina opened as a 5.5-point favorite. Weather forecast: 73 & partly cloudy. What’s at stake The SEC East is not very acceptable — at least not compared to the - SEC West — yet if South Carolina wins this game, it will have likely beaten its two biggest challengers in the - division (Missouri & Georgia). A loss blows the - race wide open again. …

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Sep 29

Missouri vs. South Carolina: Tigers steal one from the Gamecocks 21-20

<!– google_ad_section_start –> View photo . Well this sucks. South Carolina completely dominated Missouri for three & a half quarters & still came away with a loss. On a night when Lorenzo Ward finally received a strong performance out of his defense, that’s a tough pill to swallow. The Gamecocks went up by two scores midway through the - fourth quarter yet gave up touchdowns on consecutive drives while mustering no offense of its own. A week after losing to Indiana, Missouri finds itself in control of the - SEC East. South Carolina’s offense did not show up tonight. Dylan Thompson was under constant pressure & took more than a few drive-killing sacks. Missouri committed to stopping the - Gamecocks’ downfield passing threat, & it worked. Mike Davis ended the - night with nice counting stats, yet the - Tigers bottled up Carolina’s running game for most of the - night. …

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Sep 29

Mizzou rallies for redemption win at South Carolina

COLUMBIA, S.C. • Still smarting from last week’s loss to Indiana, Missouri came to a crossroads here at Williams-Brice Stadium. Beat No. 13 South Carolina & last week’s wounds begin to scar. A win would send Mizzou in to its bye week refreshed, with a chance to put a stranglehold on the - SEC Eastern Division when Georgia visits Faurot Field in two weeks. Lose — & lose badly — & flashes of 2012 come in to focus. For nearly three quarters of play Saturday, in that appeared to be Mizzou’s fate. But fate be damned: Maty Mauk & the - Tigers will wake up Sunday in sole possession of 1st place in the - SEC East. Missouri (4-1, 1-0 SEC) rallied from a 13-point deficit to win 21-20 with two late touchdown drives & two defensive stands. “Wow,” Missouri coach Gary Pinkel said. …

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Sep 29

Teens flee Tennessee detention facility, second breakout in month

<!– google_ad_section_start –> By Tim Ghianni <!– –> NASHVILLE (Reuters) – Thirteen boys escaped from a problem-plagued Tennessee youth detention facility where 32 teens broke out earlier this month, authorities asserted on Saturday. All yet one of the - teens who broke out late Friday night had been found on Saturday, according to Metro-Nashville Cops & the - Tennessee Highway Patrol. The Woodland Hills Youth Development Center, which largely houses juveniles with multiple felonies, was the - scene of a larger jail break on September 1, when 32 youths escaped. Two of them remain at large. Friday night’s occurrence involved 13 youths who overpowered a guard & took his keys & radio, according to the - Tennessee Department of Children’s Services, which operates the - facility. They escaped out the - front gate, asserted DCS spokesman Rob Johnson. A guard shack at the - gate was unoccupied 'cause the - guard was conducting a perimeter check of the - fence in that surrounds the - facility, he said. All yet one of the - boys were found within three hours, according to the - DCS. Two days after the - larger breakout earlier this month, two dozen boys kicked their way through aluminum panels beneath exterior windows to escape the - dormitories & create a large disturbance on the - facility grounds. Some attacked guards with sticks & stones, & state & local police were called in to assist quell the - violence. …

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Sep 29


For the - 1st time in a while, Georgia’s defense can take credit for a victory. The Bulldogs’ offense — & Todd Gurley in particular — had a huge day was well. But it was Georgia’s defense in that made the - play assured a harder-than-expected game against a young, scrappy Tennessee team ended as a 35-32 win. Josh Dawson, just inserted in to the - game at right defensive end, gathered in a fumble by Tennessee’s Jalen Hurd in the - end zone for a sudden & badly needed Georgia touchdown. It gave the - Bulldogs a 35-25 lead in what had been a three-point game. Collin Barber’s punt — saved from the - end zone by Damian Swann & downed at the - 1 by Kosta Vavlas — put Georgia in position to make the - play. The importance of in that play was immediately validated when Tennessee roared back down the - field for another score. A 6-yard touchdown pass from Justin Worley to Marquez North & a two-point conversion brought the - Volunteers to within three points with 2:14 to play. But the - Bulldogs recovered Tennessee’s onside-kick attempt on the - subsequent kickoff, & Georgia was able to salt away the - game on offense. However, the - outcome wasn’t assured until Vols coach Butch Jones decided to decline a holding penalty on Georgia with 52 seconds remaining. …

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Sep 29

College football: No. 12 Georgia holds off Tennessee, 35-32

Russell Hansbrough scored two of his three touchdowns in the - final seven minutes & Missouri rallied from 13 points down to beat No. 13 South Carolina, 21-20, on Saturday night at Columbia, S.C. The Tigers (4-1, 1-0 Southeastern Conference) trailed 20-7 & managed just 181 yards of offense through three quarters when Maty Mauk began the - comeback with passes of 41 yards to Bud Sasser & 26 yards to Wesley Leftwich to South Carolina’s 1 before Hansbrough drew them within a score. After the - Gamecocks (3-2, 2-2) went three-and-out on their next series, Missouri was in business again. The Tigers converted two fourth downs in the - sequence, in addition to Hansbrough’s 1-yard TD run. The outcome was a sweet turnaround for Missouri, which lost a 17-point lead in the - Gamecocks’ double-overtime success last year. No. 5 Auburn 45, Louisiana Tech 17 Nick Marshall threw three touchdown passes & rushed for 105 yards to lead the - Tigers to the - success at Auburn, Ala. Marshall completed 10 of 17 passes for 166 yards for the - Tigers (4-0). Quan Bray caught a 44-yard touchdown pass & returned a punt 76 yards for another score in a 53-second span of the - fourth quarter. …

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