COLOMBIA – Any skepticism is quickly wiped out by the situation.
South Carolina always watches a movie from the last three or four games when planning an opponent's game. Three games ago, Alabama lost to Clemson in the national championship game.
The Gamecocks would like to give the Crimson Tide a second loss in four games against a South Carolina team. And if they manage to channel the punching of the 44-16 Alabama Tigers in their game Saturday at Williams-Brice Stadium, well …
That'll be okay.
"They will do what they do on the go. I think some things in the pass game have obviously changed, "said USC coach Will Muschamp. "You just have to make adjustments to what you see. Teamwork is required.