Sept. 20, 2008
South Carolina Gamecocks
The win is South Carolina's 15th straight over Wofford and snapped the Gamecocks' two-game losing streak on the season. It is the program's 10th win in its last 11 non-conference games.
South Carolina tied its season high with 42 rushing plays and amassed a season-high 172 yards on the ground. The Gamecocks also rushed 42 times against NC State, picking up 171 yards.
The Gamecocks ran a season-high 76 plays for a season-high 376 yards of total offense. South Carolina's 30 first downs were also a season high.
Brian Maddox scored his first career touchdown with a seven-yard run in the second quarter. His nine-yard run in the first quarter was a career long, and he finished the night with a career-high 52 yards, far eclipsing his previous high of 12 yards against La.-Lafayette in 2007.
Eric Baker made his first career rush in the first quarter, picking up six yards on the play. He finished the night with 49 yards on 11 carries.
The Gamecocks' 18-play drive that resulted in Ryan Succop's field goal was their most sustained drive of the season in terms of number of plays.
Senior Ryan Succop moved up in the South Carolina record book with a career-high tying three field goals and 11 points tonight. He is currently in third place with 35 career field goal. Succop is four behind Mark Fleetwood and Reed Morton, who are tied for second with 39. With 187 career points, Succop moved into a tie for sixth place, sharing the position with Fleetwood and Dan Weaver, eight behind Scott Hagler's 195 career points.
Mike Davis pulled in a career-high six receptions for 51 yards.
Quarterback Chris Smelley completed 23 passes for the third straight game.
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