Through three games, South Carolina is 2-1 and has given its fans plenty of reasons to smile.
The Gamcocks' offense has played well enough to win in every game and has shown balance between the run and the pass.
Tailback Mike Davis has led a solid Gamecocks ground game, and South Carolina has depth there with Brandon Wilds and Shon Carson.
Quarterback Connor Shaw has performed flawlessly and has yet to throw an interception, and the offensive line has been solid.
But that doesn't mean there's not plenty of room for improvement, as the Gamecocks face an off week before playing Central Florida on Sept. 28.
Here are 10 areas that need to be addressed.