2018 ScheduleAll times ET
- SCar trustees OK $21M in stadium upgrades
- Marshall-South Carolina canceled due to Florence
- Gamecocks reinstate suspended Charleston
- 2018 SEC Football Teleconferences
Jake Bentley threw for 261 yards and a touchdown, and the South Carolina Gamecocks bounced back from their hurricane-forced break, routing Vanderbilt 37-14 Saturday.
South Carolina trustees on Wednesday approved $21 million worth of improvements for Williams-Brice Stadium scheduled for completion before the 2020 season.
South Carolina has canceled Saturday's scheduled game against Marshall with forecasts now placing the state in the probable path of Hurricane Florence.
Matt Schick, Peter Burns & Heather Dinich discuss their biggest takeaways from Week 2 (10:05), their superlatives for the week (12:59), jump to conclusions about the season (24:10) and more. Plus, "Talk Nerdy To Me" on the Playoff predictor (38:52), Walk-Ons (44:24) & extra points (50:42).
Jake Fromm threw for 194 yards and a touchdown, all three of Georgia's latest running combo scored touchdowns and the third-ranked Bulldogs turned an expected Southeastern Conference showdown into a blowout with a 41-17 victory over No. 24 South...
Marty and McGee get us ready for week 2 of the college football season talking to South Carolina's Will Muschamp about the big matchup with Georgia. They also discuss what they were doing last time Kentucky beat Florida in football and in this week's Hillbilly Headlines they introduce you to a young man that stole a cheese grater and soap.
Kirk Herbstreit and Ian Fitzsimmons break down a big SEC matchup between Georgia and South Carolina.
Jimbo Fisher gets his first big test at Texas A&M, USC and Stanford square off in an early Pac-12 clash, and more. Who will win Week 2's biggest games?
If you're thinking the only impactful game on this week's schedule is the one in College Station, look again. There are several sneaky games that could end up resonating with the playoff committee.