South Carolina had a tricky season last year, as they lost their Heisman-candidate running back and dismissed their starting quarterback from the team.
Instead of giving up on the year, they finished with an 11-2 record and won a bowl game.
The Gamecocks hope to improve on that success as they return 14 starters—including eight on the offensive side of the ball that averaged 30 points per contest. That doesn't include that they hope to get a healthy Marcus Lattimore back at the running back position.
South Carolina is one of the more talented teams in the country and should compete for an SEC title this season.
But, of course, this team does have their fair share of questions, and answers could be provided when they kick off spring practice on March 13. The spring game will also take place on April 14 for the Gamecocks.
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