Arkansas vs. South Carolina: Live Scores, Analysis, and Results
South Carolina 38, Arkansas 20; Final
South Carolina handled Arkansas fairly easily today at Williams-Brice Stadium in Columbia, SC.
Check out the 10 Things We Learned about South Carolina today.
South Carolina improved to 8-2 while Arkansas falls to 4-6.
Here is the final box score stats for today's game...
The Gamecocks improve to 8-2 and keep their BCS hopes alive while Arkansas falls to 4-6.
South Carolina recovers the on-side kick attempt, and that will be the ball game.
Tyler Wilson evens his TD-to-Interception ratio today at two apiece with that last TD toss...
Just the second red zone touchdown today on nearly a half dozen trips.
38-20, South Carolina. 0:39 remaining.
Another loss drops Arkansas to 4-6.
With two tough games left, it doesn't appear the Razorbacks will be playing in a 13th game this season. That also means it's highly likely John L. Smith will be looking for work in a few weeks.
Arkansas holds, and forces what may be the last punt of the game...
3:01 left in the fourth...
Tyler Wilson throws his second pick of the day, and the Carolina 2's on offense will get another series.
And that pretty much sums up how Arkansas's day has gone so far this afternoon.
Connor Shaw's day is over, and he was 15-of-23 for 279 yards, two touchdowns, and an interception.
All in all, exactly what you want to see from your star signal-caller (minus the pick, of course).
South Carolina field goal, wide right.
Gamecocks still lead, 38-13 with 6:17 remaining though...
The backups getting some reps now for the Head Ball Coach...
As the clock continues to wind down, we'll start to take a look at some stats for both teams.
South Carolina in clock drain mode.
We might have a new suggestion for a new Arkansas fight song...
Arkansas recovers its own fumble, but it's becoming more and more clear that the Hogs just can't compete with the best teams in the SEC this season.
Why the Razorbacks can't compete is a whole other story...
There's been a lot of talk about Arkansas not "giving up" this season, but there's a point where your heart just isn't in it any more.
But with an interception by the Hogs, Arkansas refuses to go down without a fight.
South Carolina opens the fourth with a third-and-long conversion, and it nearing another trip to the red zone...
This one could get ugly, folks.
Another quarter in the books, and South Carolina was the undisputed champion of the third quarter today.
College team with the most wasted talent= the Arkansas Razorbacks.— Kellen Davis (@kellen_davis) November 10, 2012
Somewhat unsurprisingly, Arkansas cannot convert on 3rd-and-27, and South Carolina will take control.
Of the ball, not the game. They took control of the game long ago.
South Carolina defense looks fired up. Apparently, the Gamecocks can smell the fear.
South Carolina puts the dagger right in the chest of the Razorbacks, taking a 38-13 lead with 2:19 left in the 3rd quarter.
The Gamecocks starting to pick up the pace, trying to catch the Hogs off guard and put this game away in the 3rd.
The personal fouls are really starting to pile up today.
The players really ought to have gotten the message by now: no horse-collars, no helmet-to-helmet hits.
Of course, points are only one part of the game.
Now the Razorbacks need to actually get a stop on defense.
Arkansas: four red zone trips. One touchdown.
Can't win many games that way.
Arkansas cuts into the lead by three, 31-13 with 5:48 left in the 3rd.
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