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Latest Marcus Lattimore Items
Mark Richt needs a win in the worst way.
Two straight losses is no way to start a season for a coach whose job status was already shaky.
Georgia not only lost the game. The No. 19 Bulldogs also will be without a key defensive player for at least a month.
Steve Spurrier was back in his old SEC media days form, cracking wise, raving about his team's offensive playmakers and still managing a folksy dose of poormouthing, too.
South Carolina tailback Marcus Lattimore suffered a cut to his mouth on a big hit by Florida State cornerback Greg Reid, and his return to the Chick-fil-A Bowl was doubtful.
South Carolina is returning to the scene of its worst loss to face Florida State, which hopes to have Christian Ponder back, in the Chick-fil-A Bowl on Friday night.
Auburn's Michael Dyer and South Carolina's Marcus Lattimore hoped to share Southeastern Conference success and the same backfield.
Steve Spurrier seemed to be a shell of himself his first few years at South Carolina, unable to rekindle the kind of success he had at Florida.
Steve Spurrier doesn't want his rebuilding job at South Carolina to end with one Southeastern Conference division title.