Finished as the No. 4 team in the country in both the Associated Press and USA Today/ESPN Coaches polls, the highest postseason ranking in school history.
11-wins in 2013, matching 2011 and 2012 for the most single-season wins in school history.
Most wins in two- (22), three- (33) and four- (42) consecutive seasons in school history.
One of only three schools, joining Alabama and Oregon, to finish in the A.P. top 10 in each of the last three seasons.
Defeated six teams that won its 2013 bowl game: Clemson (Orange), UCF (Fiesta), Missouri (Cotton), North Carolina (Belk), Mississippi State (Liberty) and Vanderbilt (BBVA Compass).
Posted wins over three teams that finished in the A.P. Top-10 (Missouri - 5; Clemson - 8; UCF - 10).
Posted wins over five teams that finished in the Top-25 in both the A.P. and Coaches' polls (Missouri - 5/5; Clemson - 8/7; UCF - 10/12; Wisconsin - 22/21; and Vanderbilt - 24/23) with the UCF and Missouri games coming on the road and the Wisconsin win at a neutral site.
Finished the season with six-consecutive wins, including three against ranked opponents (Missouri, Clemson and Wisconsin), the most heading into an offseason in school history.
Extended its home winning streak to 18-consecutive games, the longest current home winning streak in the nation.
Own a 32-3 record since the beginning of the 2009 season at Williams-Brice Stadium.
Ranked in the AP Top 25 for 64 consecutive weeks, tying Stanford for the fifth-longest active streak in the nation.
One of only five schools, joining Alabama, Oregon, Stanford and Northern Illinois, to win 11 games in each of the last three seasons.
Won three-straight New Year's Day bowl games, defeating Nebraska, Michigan and Wisconsin.
Posted 15-straight non-conference wins, the second-longest active streak in the nation.
Put together a school-record five consecutive "state championships" with wins over Clemson by a combined score of 155-71.
Represented by a first-team All-American in each of the past five seasons.
All seven home games sold out in 2013 with an average home attendance of 82,401, nearly 2,000 more than Williams-Brice Stadium's seating capacity.
Over 16,000 Gamecock Club members, the most in school history.