South Carolina Football 2011: 5 Ways for Gamecocks to Control SEC East

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South Carolina Football 2011: 5 Ways for Gamecocks to Control SEC East
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South Carolina football has had an interesting year so far in 2011.

The Gamecocks have seen their record improve to 3-0 for the third time in seven seasons for head coach Steve Spurrier after beating East Carolina, Georgia and Navy. However, it hasn't been the most conventional way for Spurrier, but the main focus for the Gamecocks has been Marcus Lattimore.

Lattimore has pushed himself to the top of the NCAA in rushing yards with 534 yards this season. He's scored seven touchdowns and has outrushed 76 of 120 Football Bowl Subdivision teams. He's a key reason for their success this year.

South Carolina is a team that can improve as the season goes on, and they still have a great opportunity ahead of them to control the SEC East. The next few slides will give you an idea as to how the Gamecocks can do that.

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