Sophomore wide receiver Bruce Ellington scored on a 33-yard touchdown pass from junior quarterback Connor Shaw in the first quarter.
Sophomore tight end Rory Anderson scored on a 26-yard touchdown pass from Shaw. His longest reception for a touchdown this season.
Lattimore scored on a 28-yard touchdown run in the second quarter. His 41st career touchdown scored.
Shaw ran in a one-yard touchdown in the second quarter, his second rushing touchdown of the season.
A 24-yard touchdown pass from Shaw to junior wide receiver Ace Sanders in the third quarter marked a season high of three touchdowns passes in a game for Shaw.
Shaw had a career high of 356 passing yards this game. His previous high this season was 249 yards against Missouri and his previous career high was 311 yards against Kentucky in 2011.
Shaw passed for 356 yards, the last time South Carolina had a player pass for over 350 yards was Stephen Garcia (355) at Vanderbilt in 2010.
Three Gamecocks posted career highs in receiving yards:
Justice Cunningham posted a career high of 108 receiving yards. His previous was 46 yards against Kentucky in 2011.
Bruce Ellington compiled 101 receiving yards with a touchdown, besting his previous high of 98 against UAB this year.
Ace Sanders had 79 yards on five catches, matching a career best. His best yardage prior to today came against Vanderbilt in 2011 with 75 yards.
Cunningham and Ellington both had over 100 receiving yards. The first time South Carolina has had two receivers with 100-yards receiving for the first time since Alshon Jeffery (158) and Tori Gurley (112) at Vanderbilt in 2010.
South Carolina had 23 complete passes, tying the season high for completions in a game.
The sack by sophomore defensive end Jadeveon Clowney in the fourth quarter caused a fumble, recovered by Shaq Wilson. Clowney now has 16.5 careers sacks and 8.5 this season.
The forced fumble for Clowney was his first in 2012 after five in 13 games last season.
Adam Yates scored a 36-yard field goal in the fourth quarter.