South Carolina to Avoid Puff Playing Vs. No.2 Georgia

In the the latest news and events, the South Carolina linebacker T.J Brunson has faith that the Gamecocks have set their minds right in preparing for their most vital Southeastern Conference game in about four years.

The Gamecocks have been fortunate victors in the last three league games, and this is their first time after 2013 after beating Vanderbilt 34-27. The Gamecocks are facing a challenge on Saturday when they face the powerhouse number 2 Georgia.

The Gamecocks based have been struggling hard in the past few years after being among the leading top East teams since 2010 to 2013, under coach Steve Purrier’s training, the former coach of the Gamecocks. South Carolina achieved its SEC title game in 2010, and since then they have been on their heels in the race in the following three games ending the game at 11-2 every time.

However things got worse for the Gamecocks when Steve walked away from the team after losing a devastating 3-9 during 2015, then the current coach Will Muschamp went to only 6-7 in 2016. Will is working with the team back to the top.

Their battle with the no.2 Georgia won’t be an easy task, and this will be one of the considerable bombshells in the season in Athens, Georgia this Saturday.

Bulldogs are leading on top with a two-game against South Carolina and Kentucky. In case the games end with a Georgia win on Saturday, the Gamecocks will be of the race. Georgia would then drive their way to their position in the championship game with just one more win in its concluding final two games against Kentucky and Auburn.

Terry Godwin, Georgia receiver, believes that his team is has grown its aplomb and is determined to win this Saturday, not what is already down the drain.