Happy Sunday, South Carolina fans. No. 7 LSU handed South Carolina a fourth consecutive SEC loss for the first time in 16 years. That’s bad news, but here is some more news you might have missed.
- LSU star Leonard Fournette wants to auction off jersey to help South Carolina flood victims. Ten years ago, Fournette dealt with Katrina, which helped him sympathize with South Carolina this week.
- Steve Spurrier: “LSU is too big, strong, tougher, maybe smarter than us.” Spurrier was unhappy with the Gamecocks’ second-half effort against LSU.
- Steve Spurrier expects Perry Orth to start again next week vs. Vanderbilt. Orth put up career numbers against No. 7 LSU in his second career start.
Other South Carolina news from around the Internet
- LSU creates a home-like atmosphere for South Carolina, writes Brett Martel of AP Sports. From signs to handing over the keys to the stadium, LSU fans did the Gamecocks fans right.
- The LSU offense stole the wrote, writes ESPN’s David Ching. Fournette did not run for 200 yards, but 158 was enough for a fifth straight Tigers win.
Best stories around the SEC
- Current, former SEC players share prayers, thoughts for UGA’s Nick Chubb. (Herchel Walker, Aaron Murray among those who offered thoughts)
- LSU airs ‘Sandstorm’ before kickoff vs. South Carolina. (Southern hospitality much)
- What’s the latest with recruiting of No. 1 offensive lineman out of Louisiana? (He has offers from many SEC schools)