SC Gamecocks Start the 2012 Football Season With a Top 10 Ranking
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SC Gamecocks Start the 2012 Football Season With a Top 10 Ranking
The University of South Carolina has begun their 2012 football season with a Top 10 positioning. The Gamecocks are falling off a record 11 win season in 2011. Positioned #9 in preseason surveys, the Gamecocks started off the season with a success out and about over Southeastern Conference rival Vanderbilt. South Carolina running back Marcus Lattimore scored two scores and scrambled for 110 yards to lead the Gamecocks to a 17-13 success over the Commodores in Nashville. This was the thirteenth consecutive year that South Carolina has won its season opener. The Gamecocks will have East Carolina in their home opener on September 8. This will be the first of three games played at home in Columbia. East Carolina, a non-meeting adversary, is falling off a definitive 35-13 triumph over Appalachian State in their season opener. South Carolina will play another non-meeting game on September 15 against the University of Alabama Birmingham. The Gamecocks are additionally at home on September 22 in their first gathering match facing Missouri. The Tigers are one of two new SEC part schools for 2012. This game harmonizes with Parents Weekend. Week 5 of the period will observe the Gamecocks playing Kentucky on September 29 in Lexington. The Wildcats are another SEC adversary. South Carolina will confront the #7 positioned Georgia Bulldogs in Columbia on October 6. The Gamecocks defeated Georgia 45-42 last season in one of just two standard season misfortunes for the Bulldogs. Weeks 7 and 8 will be intense SEC away games for South Carolina. The Gamecocks are planned to play LSU on October 13 and Florida on October 20. Preseason surveys have positioned LSU at #3 and Florida at #24. South Carolina will have meeting rival Tennessee on October 27. The Gamecocks turned over the Vols 14-3 last year. South Carolina is inactive on November 3. วาไรตี้ผู้ชาย Homecoming is booked for November 10 against Arkansas. The yearly Homecoming Parade will be hung on Friday, November 9 at 3pm. Other Homecoming occasions will incorporate soul exercises and graduated class reunions. The last home game will be November 17 versus Wofford College. The last standard season coordinate is booked for November 24 at Clemson. Williams-Brice Stadium, which situates in excess of 80,000 fans, is situated at 1125 George Rogers Blvd. The Gamecocks new stopping office, situated at 1001 Bluff Rd., will be accessible for 2012 games. Flood and guest stopping is accessible in the Capital City Stadium Parking Lot at 301 S. Gathering St. Single game ticket costs range from $30 for the Wofford game to $70 for the Georgia game.

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