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Topic - Akeem Auguste
Akeem Auguste has been on too many South Carolina teams who started out strong and finished with a thud. And after clinching a spot in the Southeastern Conference title game, the Gamecocks defensive back doesn't want any stumbles down the stretch of the team's most special season in years.
"Our past here, usually these last three or four games, we just go downhill, the old South Carolina," said Auguste, a junior. "But not this team."
"For us to be No. 1, that's pretty big," Auguste said. "So from now on my kids and other people's kids are going to remember this team."