If you're a South Carolina fan, you have to be happy with the Gamecocks performance against Arkansas. 

After letting the Razorbacks run down field and score on their opening possession, South Carolina scored the next 52 unanswered points to blow out the Razorbacks 52-7 for their fifth win of the season. 

All aspects of the game were clicking for the Gamecocks this Saturday and there are plenty of news and notes to take away from the Gamecocks victory over Arkansas. 

Post-Game Notes:

  • The 52-7 victory over Arkansas was the largest margin of victory for South Carolina since a 68-point win over Charleston in 1912. This is also the highest point total scored by a Steve Spurrier-led team on the road.
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  • The four seniors on the depth chart for the Gamecocks were today's captains of the game: Connor Shaw, Ronald Patrick, Jimmy Legree and Chaz Sutton. 
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  • South Carolina picked up 537 yards of total offense, which puts the Gamecocks over the 400-yard mark for the six straight game this season. The offense added 277 rushing yards on the day and the time of possession was heavily in favor for the Gamecocks as they held the ball for 43:25 of the game clock. 
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  • Connor Shaw is inching closer to Todd Ellis' record of all-time wins for a starting quarterback. This was Shaw's 22nd victory as a Gamecock starting quarterback and could potentially break the record against Mississippi State on November 2nd at home if the Gamecocks win the next two weekends on the road with Shaw as their starting quarterback. 
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  • Mike Davis rushed for over 100 yards for the fifth time in six games this season. 
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  • Shamier Jeffery had his first career reception as a Gamecock and eventually finished the game with five receptions against Arkansas. 
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  • Third-string quarterback Brendan Nosovitch picked up his first career touchdown as a Gamecock with a touchdown run late in the fourth quarter for the Gamecocks. 
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  • South Carolina started several new faces on defense this Saturday against Arkansas - Chaz Elder at free safety, T.J. Gurley at strong safety and Rico McWilliams at cornerback. It was the first start of their career for Elder and McWilliams. 
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Injury Report:

  • Ronald Patrick rolled his ankle later in the game and was listed with a high ankle sprain. True freshman Na'Ty Rodgers replaced Patrick in the lineup, burning his redshirt season that he had up until this point. 
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  • Freshman linebacker Skai Moore suffered a concussion on the final play of the game. 
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  • Status for both players will likely be determined on Sunday during the coach's weekly teleconference.