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COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) -
Gamecock football head coach Steve Spurrier likes to give credit where credit is due, and decided to give starting QB Connor Shaw a little extra credit following last night's scrimmage.
"After reviewing the tapes from the scrimmage last night,
Connor Shaw was pretty good," Spurrier said. "He threw the
ball pretty well. He had a couple of sacks in there where he didn't quite have
time to throw, but he was pretty good last night. It was probably one of his
best scrimmages. He's a very good quarterback. Hopefully he can take us a long
way this year."
Shaw was 9-for-12 for 98 yards and one touchdown during last night's final open practice.
Spurrier's other quarterbacks did pretty well also. For the second straight scrimmage, redshirt junior Andrew Clifford was the top passer and went 10-for-13 for 142 yards.
On the whole, Spurrier's QBs went 26-for-43 and 358 yards, two downs, and three interceptions.