Capital One Bowl 2014: 10 Things We Learned from Wisconsin vs. South Carolina

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Capital One Bowl 2014: 10 Things We Learned from Wisconsin vs. South Carolina
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South Carolina defeated Wisconsin 34-24 in the 2014 Capital One Bowl on January 1 thanks to a career day by senior quarterback Connor Shaw. In his last game in a South Carolina uniform, Shaw not only guided his team to another 11-win season (South Carolina's third consecutive), but also made a strong statement for NFL scouts and general managers.

But Shaw's audition for the NFL isn't the only thing we took away from this game.

Wisconsin's defense struggled against Shaw's accuracy and the speed of the Gamecocks receiving corps, while South Carolina's defense—Jadeveon Clowney included—had difficulty at times stopping the Badgers' power run game.

We'll discuss all this in greater detail and a whole lot more in our list of things we learned during the 2014 Capital One Bowl.

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