South Carolina - 28 Vanderbilt - 21 South Carolina jumped out on top early with a dominating first quarter and a half. Marcus Lattimore was unstoppable and Connor Shaw made smart decisions for a change and this all led to a 21-7 score early in the 2nd quarter. Then Coach Peench decided that he was tired of playing around, and came back to tie things up at 21 in the 3rd. Both teams traded punts, but in the 4th quarter Marcus Lattimore took a huge hit and it left him concussed and out for the game. Undeterred, the Cocks marched down and scored with just over 2 minutes remaining to make it 28-21. On the ensuing drive, Vanderbilt marched to midfield, but was could not convert on a 4th down attempt. Great game I Peench we always seem to have good games when a certain QB from UNC is not involved. Love the chess match. Furthermore, i am glad to be back playing NCAA with you guys. Sure its a flawed game, but i am excited again to run with you fools. GO COCKS!!!