Gamecocks win game against Tennessee Volunteers with 63 - 38 score
COLUMBIA, S.C. (WIS) - The Gamecocks wrapped up their 2022 home schedule and SEC slate this Saturday.
The game against the Tennessee Volunteers on Nov. 19, kicked off around 7 p.m. at Williams-Brice Stadium.
SEC Network’s pre-game show SEC Nation broadcasted from 10 a.m. to noon from the USC campus. Host Laura Rutledge was joined by Paul Fine-baum, Roman Harper, Jordan Rogers, and Tim Tebow.
USC Athletics said Saturday’s game sold out. All five of the Saturday home games in the 2022 season sold out to crowds of over 77,000 people. The only home game to not sell out was moved from a Saturday game to Thursday due to Hurricane Ian.
Tonight's attendance....79,041— Rick Henry (@RickHenry10) November 20, 2022
The Volunteers and Gamecocks met for the 41st time on Saturday. The first time the teams ever met was on the gridiron in 1903. The Volunteers lead the all-time series, 28-10-2. For 105 years the Gamecocks only won three games when playing against Tennessee from 1903 to 2007.
THANK YOU #GamecockNation !!— Shane Beamer (@CoachSBeamer) November 14, 2022
Saturday night is going to be electric ....We can’t wait to be back in Williams-Brice with you !!
Looking forward to honoring our Seniors ....A special group of guys that have done so much for @GamecockFB 🤙 pic.twitter.com/vBXu8B6Pq6
HALFTIME: Gamecocks 35, Tennessee 24— Gamecock Football (@GamecockFB) November 20, 2022
The gamecocks dominated the first half of the game ending halftime with a 35-24 score.
The Gamecocks are now 7-4 and will take on the Clemson Tigers next weekend.
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