The country gets its first real taste of South Carolina's new-look offense this weekend against the Tennessee Volunteers.
On paper the Gamecocks are a clear favorite. Tennessee is 0-4 in the conference and have been blown out by Alabama and LSU.
But South Carolina has their own problems.
Connor Shaw is still making the transition into the starting quarterback role and Brandon Wilds will be making his first start at running back in place of the injured Marcus Lattimore.
A matchup with No. 10 Arkansas may be looming large over the Gamecocks collective heads, but they can't overlook the Volunteers.
Here are five reasons for South Carolina to be wary of Tennessee.