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South Carolina QB Jake Bentley

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Latest South Carolina football news

The South Carolina Gamecocks are off to a great start in 2017 with a pair of upset victories. First it was a 35-28 win over North Carolina State, followed by a convincing 31-13 win at Missouri.

Quarterback Jake Bentley has been impressive and the Gamecocks’ defense has been much better than expected so far in the 2017 campaign. On Saturday against Kentucky, South Carolina will look to improve to 3-0 overall and 2-0 in the SEC.

Here’s the latest news coming out of Columbia:
South Carolina football: How well did Jake Bentley play at Missouri?

In his third road start as the quarterback for the South Carolina football team, Jake Bentley completed 18 of 28 passes for 187 yards and a touchdown.

More importantly, the Gamecocks picked up their first road win with him as the starting quarterback. How well did the sophomore play in the 31-13 victory in Columbia, Mo.?

To gain a better sense of how accurate Bentley was against Missouri, a page was shared from the scouting notebook of Bleacher Report NFL Draft writer Matt Miller.

Example: The 39-yard touchdown pass to tight end Hayden Hurst was completed in the intermediate window in the middle third of the field, because the ball was caught just shy of 20 yards beyond the line of scrimmage.

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Latest Kentucky football news

Like South Carolina, Kentucky is off to a 2-0 start in 2017, but the Wildcats have been far less impressive in doing so. After being arguably outplayed against Southern Mississippi, Kentucky still managed a 24-17 victory. Then, in Week 2, Eastern Kentucky controlled much of the game before the Wildcats slightly pulled away for a 27-16 win.

It hasn’t been an encouraging couple weeks for Kentucky, who will now be tested as SEC play begins. The Wildcats get a better-than-expected South Carolina team in Week 3 and they will have to show improvement to avoid their first loss in 2017.

Here’s the latest news coming out of Lexington:
Kentucky’s Mark Stoops on losses of Jeff Badet, Boom Williams: ‘We would be a different team’

LEXINGTON, Ky. — Jeff Badet, Boom Williams, Dorian Baker and Cole Mosier: four players who could’ve started for Kentucky’s offense this season, but now are gone or injured.

“We would be a different team,” Kentucky coach Mark Stoops said Monday when considering what the offense could look like. “You always wish you had some guys. If you had Jeff, and you had Boom, and you had Cole Mosier and Dorian Baker, you think we’d make a few more plays?”

Badet transferred to Oklahoma, where he’s the leading receiver for the No. 2 team in the country. He has 173 receiving yards through two games — 80 more yards than any Kentucky receiver. His transfer decision was met with criticism from more than a few fans, but Badet was catching passes in a prime-time game against Ohio State on Saturday while Kentucky struggled earlier in the day against Eastern Kentucky.

 

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