Columbia, SC (Sports Network) - Adam Yates' fourth-quarter field goal was the
deciding score, and Victor Hampton's late interception sealed it, as the
17th-ranked South Carolina Gamecocks escaped with a 38-35 decision over the
Tennessee Volunteers at Williams-Brice Stadium.
Connor Shaw threw for 356 yards and three touchdowns on 22-of-32 efficiency
for the Gamecocks (7-2, 5-2 SEC), who snapped a two-game slide.
Bruce Ellington led the way with 101 yards and a score on six catches, while
Ace Sanders and Rory Anderson also ended with a TD reception each.
Marcus Lattimore totaled 65 yards and one touchdown on 11 carries before
departing in the second quarter with a right leg injury.
Tyler Bray tossed three of his four touchdowns to Zach Rogers, part of a 27-
of-43, 368-yard performance for the Volunteers (3-5, 0-5), who lost their
fourth straight contest.
Rogers finished with 107 yards on six grabs, while Vincent Dallas and Mychal
Rivera also posted TD receptions in defeat.
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