Connor Shaw's Performance vs. Mississippi State Proves South Carolina Is Still SEC Force
Connor Shaw was able to have a monster game as South Carolina coasted pass Mississippi State on Saturday, proving that the Gamecocks are still one of the best teams in the SEC.
With just under 13 minutes remaining in the fourth quarter, Shaw had already thrown for 147 yards and four touchdowns, the most he's thrown in a game this season. Heading into Saturday, he'd already had 17 total touchdowns and just one interception.
The Gamecocks will now move to 7-2 this season with a 5-2 record in the SEC. If the Missouri Tigers lose to Tennessee, South Carolina will retake the top spot in the SEC East, giving them a shot at winning the conference championship this year.
After this, South Carolina will have just three remaining games, playing Florida and Coastal Carolina before playing No. 8 Clemson to finish the year. If they can win out, they will be in great shape to go to a possible BCS bowl.
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