South Carolina head coach Steve Spurrier is telling his team they have not done anything yet. Coming off of a dominant 52-7 victory against Arkansas, the Gamecocks are set to take on Tennessee this week before going on the road to play Missouri, which is currently ranked #14 in the nation.
Spurrier knows all too well how easily a team can lose to an overlooked opponent. In 2011, South Carolina started 4-0 and being ranked #10 in the nation before falling to an Auburn team that would finish 8-5 on the season. South Carolina finished that season 11-2 with the other loss to a top 10 ranked Arkansas team.
The gamecocks lost a tough game to Georgia the second week of the season, but currently sit at 5-1 with a 3-1 conference record. They have the ability to control their own destiny in the SEC East race. If they can keep winning and beat Missouri next week, currently undefeated within the Eastern division, the Gamecocks could end up playing in the SEC Championship with a chance at the National Title game.
Spurrier’s teams in South Carolina are the best they have had and this is a golden opportunity for them to make a big run and have the best season in the program’s history.