SEC College Football Scores, Week 12: South Carolina And Florida Beating Up Troy And Appy St.

Troy Trojans at South Carolina Gamecocks: The SEC East champion Gamecocks put 56 on Troy in the first half, leading 59-7 early in the third. RB Marcus Lattimore posted 102 yards and three touchdowns on seven carries, and QB Stephen Garcia left with 198 yards and two touchdowns. Troy has 146 total yards, which isn’t all that bad, but has turned the ball over four times, which is really bad.

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Appalachian St. Mountaineers at Florida Gators: No worries about a letdown against one of the nation’s best FCS programs, as the Gators are up 35-0 just after halftime. Their month-old offense is back after taking a week off, pouring on 391 yards, beating their game average by over 40 yards with almost two quarters to go.

So what happens to a three-QB offense once you get up by 40 on a FCS team? Do you put in the fourth- through sixth-string quarterbacks? If you get up by 80, do we get too see Mike Pouncey throwing some passes? What’s your contingency here, Urban Meyer?

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