GC Live’s Wes Mitchell and Chris Clark are joined by Clark Brooks AKA SEC Stat Cat for one last look at the Tennessee game and to look ahead to the Gamecocks matchup with Clemson.
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South Carolina coordinators Marcus Satterfield and Clayton White each met with the media Wednesday afternoon.
The two recapped the Gamecocks’ thrilling 63-38 win over Tennessee and looked ahead to the big rivalry matchup against Clemson this Saturday. Here’s a recap of what each said.
–Said honestly that performance felt great. Said it felt even better for the guys. To have a game like that and play complementary football and watch those guys play as free as they did was really neat.
–They emphasized execution and playing the play and not paying attention to the scoreboard. Said guys weren’t thinking about it. Just kept saying, “What’s next?” Puts it all on the players and the way they executed Saturday.
–Doesn’t know if it ever hit him they’re clicking. Said he was always worried because Tennessee was getting the ball back and they can score quick. Said he didn’t realize how much they were scoring until he got back into the locker room.
–Spencer Rattler grinds and really goes week to week fixing things that needed to get fixed. He was “in the zone” and played his “*** off.”