Coordinators Corner: #Gamecocks ready to show what they can do as a nationally ranked team (AUDIO)

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DT Tonka Hemingway has become a big factor on the USC defensive line (Chris Gillespie)

USC last played a game as a ranked team on September 8th, 2018, in Athens against third ranked Georgia. The 24th ranked Gamecocks were beaten that day by the Bulldogs 41-17 and hadn’t been seen in the polls again until this past Sunday when they popped up at #25 after the win over Texas A&M extended their winning streak to four games. The last time USC won a game as a ranked team was September 21st, 2014, when a 13th ranked USC team won at Vanderbilt 48-34.

With that history as a background, the Gamecocks are preparing this week to host Missouri for Homecoming and they are favored by 3.5 points to break a three-game losing streak to the Tigers. Tuesday several players met with the media and Wednesday the coordinators stepped up to the mic.

OC Marcus Satterfield

DC Clayton White

STC Pete Lembo

WR Josh Vann

DE Jordan Burch

CB Cam Smith

LB Brad Johnson

TE Austin Stogner

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