South Carolina couldn't make it four in a row over Georgia as the Bulldogs pulled away in second half for a 41-30 victory over South Carolina.
The game was back and forth throughout the first half, with both teams answering each other, usually in quick fashion. However, it was Gamecocks' inability to stop Georgia's rushing attack that likely cost them the game.
After such a dominant win over North Carolina in Week 1, the Gamecocks have to be disappointed in the performance of their defense, which allowed 535 total yards.
Here are 10 things we learned in South Carolina's loss to Georgia.