In a season of ups and downs, the USC football team may have hit rock bottom on Saturday in its 44-14 loss at Texas A&M. The Gamecock offense was totally inept, gaining just fifteen yards through three quarters, before finishing the game with 185 yards of total offense against the Aggies. Meantime, Texas A&M was able to move the ball at will, racking up 477 yards of offense, including 290 on the ground.
On Sunday, Gamecocks head coach Shane Beamer held his weekly teleconference to explain there is plenty of blame to go around the football building. “It was not very good,” Beamer bluntly stated in referencing his team’s performance. “Way too much bad to beat a good football team.”
Beamer also addressed his confidence level in OC Marcus Satterfield and rejoiced in the fact that he’s going to be able to get back on the recruiting trail this week.