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2010 Carolina Football Schedule Opponent Preview: Georgia Roster: Georgia Senior Profile: Chris Culliver Explaining The Game: G.A. Mangus Gamecocks Have Chance to Make Georgia Rivalry Meaningful Gameday Poster’s Recruit to Watch: Wide Receiver Damiere Byrd WVOC Corner: Gamecocks Have Hope, Depth Heading into Georgia Game Olympic Sports Roundup Women’s Cross Country Third in Opening Invitational USC Roster, Depth Chart USC Stats

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sept. 18 vs Furman

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Sept. 25 at AuburnH


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Oct. 09 vs AlabamaH



oct. 16 at KentuckyH


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Garcia Takes Charge

QB Overcomes Coach’s Doubts B Y D AV I D C L O N I N G E R


hroughout the summer, Stephen Garcia was constantly reminded about what he was not. He was good, not great. He was prepared, not committed. He was a solid quarterback, but not a spectacular Steve Spurrier quarterback.

Even after a May meeting with Spurrier, where the coach laid down the law in no uncertain terms of what he expected out of his redshirt senior quarterback and Garcia vowed to do it, the sniping continued. Spurrier, after his usual spring tour of the state’s Gamecock Club meetings, continued to publicly say that Garcia was going to be challenged for the job by true freshman backup Connor Shaw, that Garcia needed to work harder, that getting through to Garcia was one of the most difficult things he had


Stephen Garcia

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ever tried to do. It was one thing for Garcia to hear that when he was on campus and could go talk it out with Spurrier any time. But while he was at home in Tampa, Fla., and the Head Ball Coach was giving interviews to anybody from ESPN to the guy running the USC newsletter at the Texaco, it got a little unnerving. “I don’t know any quarterback that wouldn’t [take offense],” Garcia said during the preseason. “That’s Coach Spurrier

and he’s going to do that every year that he coaches. I talked to him about it, and I’ve just got to play well and lead this team.” There were two ways to go. He could shrink his head like some sort of 6-foot-2 turtle, be cowed by Spurrier’s barbs and lose the gunslinger attitude he brought with him from an all-star career in high school. It has happened to a lot of other Spurrier QBs over the years and more often than not led to benchings and more public scoldings. That’s not Garcia’s style. He chose the second route — prove the coach wrong. “I slimmed down to about 225, if you can call it slimming down,” Garcia said. “Last year I was about 235, maybe a little north of that, so I worked really hard with (strength coach Craig Fitzgerald) and some of the other guys and trimmed down a little bit.” He also curbed his reputation, telling a deep group of reporters that it wasn’t so much a new diet, but just cutting down on the excesses. “There’s a few things that I didn’t take,” he said with a marvelously straight face. “I’m sure you guys know what I’m talking about.” Along the way, he also had an earnest discussion with Spurrier, explaining his frustration. He asked Spurrier to please un-

derstand how hard it was to go against every natural instinct he had when he was on the field in order to stay in the playbook, doing what it said; Spurrier, a magician when he had the ball in his hands, agreed to ease up. It all foreshadowed Sept. 2, when the Gamecocks were set to open the season against Southern Miss in front of a national TV audience. Spurrier said right up until kickoff that Garcia and Shaw would play, although Garcia would start — he qualified that by saying that he usually started his older guys. Garcia heard it, smirked and remembered as he stepped onto the field. Four hours later, he accepted his coach’s congratulations. “His first touchdown run, he ran over that guy on about the 8-yard-line, and caromed into the end zone,” Spurrier said. “That was a heck of a play. That was a good drive.” It seemed as if Spurrier was still a bit in shock. There was nothing to really complain about, although he did try to appear a bit distraught at not scoring 50 points in the 4113 whipping of the Golden Eagles. For the first time in a long, long while, he didn’t have a complaint about Stephen Garcia.


“Scoring 41 points is pretty good,” Garcia said, sweaty but relieved after a controlling performance in which he anchored the Gamecocks’ offense. “During the offseason, ever since Coach Spurrier said we need to get the ball out of our hands, that’s pretty much what I did.” Shaw played, all right, but only for one play in a trick formation as Garcia and company ran up a 24-6 lead. Shaw also quarterbacked a series to end the second quarter, but Garcia started the second half, led two scoring drives and called it a night. The statistics were like his former label — good, not great. He was 16-of-23 for 193 yards with no touchdowns, five carries for 38 yards and two touchdowns. It was those two scores that showed this is a different quarterback. The first was where Garcia picked up the blitz, scrambled to the sideline and began to race down it as his blockers appeared. He had a head-on collision with one defender, spun around in bounds and lunged across the goal line. The second was where he kept on a designed play but got stood up at the goal line. Somehow, Garcia stretched the ball over the plane and still kept possession, resulting in a touchdown on replay.


Steve Spurrier

Photo courtesy Travis Bell/Sideline Carolina

Between the two, Garcia avoided sacks, threw to the right men, showed a good mixture of dump-offs to the slot men and deep spirals. As the touchdowns and field goals mounted and USC became assured of the win, Garcia stepped into new territory. He led. “This is the most comfortable I’ve been since I’ve stepped foot on this campus,” Garcia proclaimed during fall camp. There are at least 11 games to go and anything can happen, but for one of the few times during Spurrier’s tenure, there is no quarterback controversy. Shaw proved he could play, running across the field and finding D.L. Moore for the team’s last touchdown, but as for a choice between Garcia and Shaw to start, there is no choice. Garcia earned it. The question before was if he would be able to keep it game to game. “We hit big plays here and there,” Spurrier said. “We’ll try to improve for the next game against Georgia.” His quarterback is in line with that. Especially now that he is completely in charge of doing it.







Gamecocks Have Chance to Make Georgia Rivalry Meaningful OPINION BY JAMES HARLEY


he now annual matchup between South Carolina and Georgia has always been a sort of gentleman’s rivalry. Despite the Bulldogs’ dominance in the overall series (46-14-2), which dates back to 1894, the Gamecocks have managed to earn some respect from their neighbor by winning some key games and keeping some others frighteningly close.

Recent examples include USC’s 2007 victory, our only one in the last eight meetings, which effectively ruined Georgia’s chance to play for the SEC title and possibly a national championship. In the two years since, only a fumble at the goal line and a missed pass in the end zone have kept USC from notching a couple more upset wins. We’ve played Georgia so well that UGA coach Mark Richt commented last year that he doesn’t sleep well before the Carolina game. Georgia fans, expressing a civility that is beyond the reach of other rivals such as Clemson and Tennessee, readily admit that we make them uncomfortable, and that this early contest is seen as a sort of litmus test for their season. With this kind of respect established and with the ground shifting in the SEC East, however, the Gamecocks have a real chance this year to boost this gentleman’s rivalry to an entirely new level — or, perhaps, lower it in a sense to a more nasty one by making it a more meaningful game. Face it, the reason Georgia is ranked in the pre-season polls every year and picked by the media to compete for the division title has little to do with their team of the given moment. Rather, it has everything to do with their tradition of finishing near the top of their division in the conference widely held as the strongest in college football. This favorable attention is essentially a default setting. USC has never staked a true claim to this status, and there has never been a more opportune time than now to do so. A win over Georgia would be the

launching pad, putting us in the Top 25 and paving the way for a sharp increase in the importance of this game for the next few years as Tennessee slips out of the picture. Florida’s unimpressive opening-week win over Miami of Ohio only further underlines the Gamecocks’ opportunity. So how do we make this win happen? Unfortunately, all signs point to yet another nail-biter this year. While the Gamecocks blew out a decent team in Southern Miss, Georgia responded with some solid numbers of their own in a 55-7 whipping of Louisiana-Lafayette, only slightly weaker opposition. The potential weakness of UGA starting a freshman like Aaron Murray at quarterback is offset by our inability to put pressure on a quarterback, as displayed against the novice offensive line of the Golden Eagles. Georgia’s line is acknowledged as one of the strongest in the league, which should keep Murray cozy and safe in the backfield, putting the pressure on our secondary to shut down a talented receiving crew. Both teams face potential suspensions at key positions for behavior off the field, though Weslye Saunders’ absence may weigh the heaviest given his outstanding performance against the ‘Dogs last year. It would be nice to claim a home field advantage this year, but the fact is that half of our wins in the series came in Athens, and our fans haven’t exactly been packing Williams-Brice stadium recently anyway. Even when they do show up they tend to bail out early, and with this game likely to go down to the wire that support may really be missed when it’s time to make some real noise. With all of the factors looking about even, the bottom line is that the team that wants to win this game the most will be the victor, and they may well have to show this desire on the very last possession. The vibe going around is that our players are confident. Based on that and the mere math of our losing seven of the last eight (five of them by a touchdown or less), the Gamecocks are overdue and should be able to pull this one out if they really mean what they’ve been saying. South Carolina 27, Georgia 24.







Recruit to Watch BY CHRIS CLARK

Wide Receiver Damiere Byrd

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n today’s offensive systems, speed is as important as ever. That’s something that Timber Creek (N.J.) High School wide receiver Damiere Byrd has a lot of, and one of the main reasons that he holds double-digit scholarship offers from programs like Florida, Iowa, Mississippi, Pittsburgh, South Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia and others.The 5-foot-9, 160pounder turned heads in March when he blazed a 4.26-second 40yard dash time at a Nike Combine testing event in Philadelphia, the fastest time ever recorded at such an event. Byrd, who is unsurprisingly also a track and field standout, has recorded a 10.41second 100-meter dash, a 21.52-second in the 200 and a 47.88 in the 400.Although he had a standout junior season highlighted by more than 1,200 yards of total offense, Byrd headed into Timber Creek’s season opener on Friday against Cumberland with bigger goals in mind. “I want to win the championship,” he said. “Last year we lost it by five, so winning the championship is my biggest goal. If that happens, the stats and postseason awards fall into place.” The speedy pass-catcher, who has already visited USC, Rutgers, Florida and Michigan, says that he plans on taking three official visits at some point in the process. “Right now I’m taking official [visits] to South Carolina, Iowa and Ole Miss,” he said.  Those three programs are penciled in to receive officials, but they are not his final

Ht: 5’9” Wt: 156 lbs 40: 4.55 secs Bench Max: 225 Shuttle: 4.24 Squat Max: 315 Vertical: 31 inches Class: 2011 (High School) hometown: Sicklerville, New Jersey school: Timber Creek grouping. “No, everyone is still in it,” he said. “I just wanted to take a closer look at those schools.” One of the programs on that list that is very familiar to Byrd is USC. The New Jersey native has already been to Columbia on more than one occasion. “At South Carolina, I like the campus a lot,” he said.  The Gamecocks’ signature win last season came against archrival Clemson, and Byrd was there to see the game. “That game was the loudest I’ve been to,” he told a day after the game. “They played well. Passingwise, they did good, and they dominated up front.  Their weight room is big and has all brand-new stuff.” Perhaps the biggest factor in Byrd’s high interest level in USC is the job that quarterbacks coach and Northeast recruiter G.A. Mangus has done in recruiting him to Columbia. “Coach Mangus was the first coach to come see me play last year and was pretty much involved with me from the start,” he said. “We talk every so often. My mom and dad really like him.” Byrd says that he hopes to make a final decision sometime after his official visits. When asked what factors will ultimately shape his choice, he kept it simple. “Right now, I’m really looking at, if football wasn’t a factor at all, whether or not I would go to the school solely for academics.” Byrd is ranked by as a fourstar recruit and comes in as the nation’s 203rd best prospect in the latest Rivals250 rankings.


Gamecocks Have Hope, Depth Heading into Georgia Game BY CHRISTOPER THOMPSON


he difference was just four points on the field last season in Athens. By July, that margin had narrowed to a single point … according to the voting of the SEC media in Birmingham. The separation between the Gamecocks and their border rival is razor-thin these days.

So, is this the year that South Carolina leapfrogs Georgia on the division ladder? Gamecock fans have had the Eastern crown in their sights since Steve Spurrier arrived in Columbia. But you’ve got to walk before you can run … and in this case, you’ve got to move past Georgia before you can worry about taking down the top team in the East (which presumably is still Florida). So, why the hope heading into this season? After all, the Bulldogs have made a mockery of their series with USC, winning all but one of the last eight meetings. Why did Gamecock fans think 2010 would provide a better chance for advancing past UGA?

corner the skill positions. Example: the Bulldogs are going to play a freshman at QB. So are the Gamecocks … not because they have to, but because the Head Ball Coach wants to, both to establish a reliable backup and to hedge his bets on Stephen Garcia’s mental approach. The defensive depth is even more impressive in South Carolina’s favor, when you consider everyone coming back on the Bulldogs’ side is starting at square one in Todd Grantham’s 3-4. Ellis Johnson’s unit looks to be stronger than last year. Cross-training key players at more than one position has given Johnson multiple pieces of an imposing Gamecock puzzle. Has it all made a difference — the shiny new academic center and locker room up-

Ellis Johnson’s unit looks to be stronger than last year. Cross-training key players at more than one position has given Johnson multiple pieces of an imposing Gamecock puzzle.

The calls poured into our radio shows all summer, giving a glimpse of the fans’ psyche: Georgia’s got a freshman quarterback. Mark Richt’s in hot water because of all the arrests in Athens and an unimpressive 8-5 record in 2009. It’s a sure sign of desperation — the Bulldogs are hiring a pro coordinator and changing their base defense. It may have been a bit premature to start throwing dirt on Richt’s grave, but the callers had a point: Georgia appeared to be vulnerable for the first time in years. Of course, Gamecock fans said the same thing about Lane Kiffin’s Volunteers last year, and we know how that game wound up. At first glance, you’d at least call it even this season. Carolina and Georgia return the same number of starters (17), although that number could fluctuate based on who’s suspended for either team on a given week. However, the Gamecocks seem to bring back more talent and more depth at


grades, the impressive recruiting gains and assistant coaching hires? Would this be the year that a trip to Gainesville included a shot at the trophy? Reflect again on that meeting between the Gamecocks and Bulldogs last September. It was a four-hour slugfest where the breaks went both ways. Georgia returned a kickoff for a touchdown, while Eric Norwood found the end zone on an interception. A safety went to Carolina, while a blocked PAT gave the advantage back to UGA. In the end, a Garcia pass got batted down just inches away from completing a Gamecock victory. Inches away. A metaphor for the rivalry? And have the Gamecocks made enough progress since last September to close that miniscule gap between the two programs? We’ll see on Saturday. But you might want to leave Nov. 13 open on your calendar. A Saturday in The Swamp could mean much more this fall.

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After losing its first exhibition match USC split its dates at the Gamecock of the season, South Carolina returned to Courtyard Cup, falling 1-0 to Louisville but form with a sizzling second half to beat the dispatching Ohio 2-0. Kayla Grimsley, Kira College of Charleston in its second and final Campbell and Elizabeth Sinclair each made exhibition. The Gamecocks rallied for a 2-1 the all-tournament team. win over the Cougars, with two freshmen The Cardinals upset the Gamecocks scoring the goals. when Jennifer Jones converted a penalty “I was really proud of our guys tonight,” kick in the 64th minute. USC couldn’t take coach Mark Berson said in a statement. “It advantage of numerous chances, includwas a good opportunity for us to try and ing two open looks in the match’s first 15 improve on our last scrimmage. We worked minutes. on some things in the attack and on quickening our play a little bit. Tonight, we played a lot better and Senior Defender created a lot more opportunities.” Will Traynor Midfielder Bradlee Baladez Photo courtesy scored the tying goal and ChipSouth Carolina Athletic per Root put in the game-winner Media Relations in the 59th minute. Root led the Gamecocks with four shots while Baladez had two, leading USC to a 15-11 advantage in shots. Jimmy Maurer and Alex Long each played a half in goal, with Maurer starting and earning two saves. Long matched Maurer with two saves over the final half. Baladez scored off an assist from Blake Brettschneider, erasing the sting from having a previous shot hit the crossbar. Scarcely four minutes later, Root followed through on a corner kick and stung the ball through the box and over the goal line.

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Senior Forward Blake Brettschneider

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Grimsley also dribbled around four defenders and passed to Danielle Au, whose shot was deflected straight to Campbell. Campbell kicked just wide enough to get the ball stuck in the side netting. USC defended its home field against the Bobcats, Grimsley scoring a goal with an assist while goalie Mollie Patton earned another shutout. She would tie the SEC record for career shutouts with eight more. Grimsley hit the insurance goal in the 78th minute and has assisted on all three game-winning goals this season. “Kayla’s a difference in the game, for sure,” coach Shelley Smith said in a statement. “She’s a tremendous player. She draws so much attention that if it’s not her scoring, she’s helping others get chances. For her, sometimes we have to tell her to get more greedy.” USC led Ohio 12-3 in shots, and the Gamecocks seemed concerned about avoiding the no-finish style they had flashed against Louisville. Several USC players had shots in the first half and the Gamecocks never let up throughout.

Volleyball USC’s season began roughly, with the Gamecocks losing all three of their matches at the State Farm Illini Classic in Champaign, Ill. Senior libero Hannah Lawing was named to the all-tournament team and was awarded with the SEC’s Defensive Player of the Week award, but USC lost to Middle Tennessee 3-0; Illinois 3-0 and BYU 3-2. Lawing averaged 5.91 digs per set during the weekend, including two frames with 10 or more digs each. Playing in a stifling gym, USC was skunked in its first two matches and blew a 2-0 lead that allowed BYU to tie in the third. The Cougars edged the Gamecocks 15-12 in the fifth and final set, despite Lawing collecting 31 digs to tie for fifth all-time in five-set matches.

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Women’s Cross Country Third in Opening Invitational But Biwott Takes Top Individual Slot B y C hris D earing


outh Carolina coach Stan Rosenthal will readily admit that his women’s cross country team is not ready to challenge for an NCAA championship, but he likes the direction the program is heading. Auto






One of the main reasons for that is the return of junior Beatrice Biwott, one of the leading runners in the country. She showed off her talents by winning the season-opening Gamecock Invitational last weekend over a field that included Clemson and Coastal Carolina. “She has a chance to finish in the Top 10 at the SEC and be in position to qualify for an NCAA spot,” Rosenthal said. “She runs in the low 17s on most races and she has been consistent with that number for a while. If she can improve on that by a few seconds, she has a chance to be very special.” The Gamecocks finished third in the season-opening meet. Rosenthal said a couple of mistakes by two freshmen runners cost USC several seconds in time and that was probably the difference between finishing first and third. Liz Locke and Scola Jepngetich are talented freshmen, but Rosenthal hopes they learn from their mistakes in the seasonopening meet. “Locke and Jepngetich usually run in the low 18s, but their times were closer to 19 because they tried to keep pace with Biwott,” Rosenthal said. “They are not in that class yet and I think they understand that after competing for the first time.” He felt if they had run more of their own race their times would have been better. Instead, they faded at the end. Clemson is ranked fifth in the Southeast Region and the Gamecocks finished only five points behind the Tigers. Rosenthal feels that is a solid start even with the mistakes made by the rookie runners.  “To compete so closely with Clemson in our opening meet gave me great hope for

what we can accomplish,” Rosenthal said. “We’re a much deeper team than last year. If we can get our fifth-place runner to be within a minute of Biwott we have the chance to have a pretty successful season.” Last year, the Gamecocks finished 14th out of 45 teams in the Southeast Region. That is the team’s highest placing in 13 years. Gone from this year’s team is Dani Barnes, but outside of Biwott, a solid nucleus returns with a bevy of talented newcomers. Senior captain Ashley Evans stayed in Columbia in the offseason and is poised to have her best season ever. Laura Pramstaller, Shannon Walls, Erin Fedewa, Chelsea Leroux and Laura Beggs were Top 10 runners last year and will compete to be in the top five runners in each race. Other than Locke and Jepngetich, freshmen Rachel Grochowski and Penny Boswell are runners that have impressed in the preseason. “This is the deepest team we’ve had in years,” Rosenthal said. “Our depth right now is our strong point. Hopefully we just have a few kids step up and we can compete in the SEC and if we do that we can compete nationally.”  The schedule is a challenging one. The highlights are races in Minnesota and Disney World. The late September trip to Minnesota for the 25th running of the Roy Griak Invitational is the most difficult. There should be at least 14 ranked teams in the field. “Our schedule will give us a real test,” Rosenthal said. “The trip to Minnesota will be a real challenge for our team. That is an NCAA-caliber field and will test us highly.” One advantage the Gamecocks could have in making the postseason is the SEC championships will be held at their home course at Hilton Field at Fort Jackson on Nov. 1. A top-five finish is the hope and Rosenthal believes that is possible with his talent. “Hopefully being at home will give our team incentive to dig down and work hard,” Rosenthal said. “You never want to perform poorly on your home course.”




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1 Alshon Jeffery 3 Akeem Auguste 3 Jarvis Giles 4 Jason Barnes 5 Stephen Garcia 5 Stephon Gilmore 6 Melvin Ingram 7 Corey Addison 7 Dylan Thompson 8 Lamar Scruggs 9 Sharrod Golightly 9 Ace Sanders 10 Brian Maddox 10 Cadarious Sanders 11 Seth Strickland 12 Andrew Clifford 12 C.C. Whitlock 13 Nick Jones 14 Connor Shaw 15 Payton Brady 15 Patrick Fish 16 Shaq Wilson 17 Chris Culliver 18 Dion LeCorn 18 Jay Wooten 19 DeAngelo Smith 20 Cedrick Snead 21 DeVonte Holloman 21 Marcus Lattimore 22 Bryce Sherman 23 Brandan Davis 24 Quin Smith 25 Alonzo Winfield 26 Antonio Allen 27 Victor Hampton 28 Eric Baker 28 Jared Shaw 29 Chaun Gresham 30 Bret Morgan 31 Kenny Miles 31 Matt O’Brien 32 Reginald Bowens 33 Damario Jeffery 34 Spencer Lanning 35 Jimmy Legree 36 D.J. Swearinger 39 Marty Markett 40 Calvin Lee 41 Josh Dickerson 42 Eric Davis 42 Travian Robertson 43 Jacob Baker 43 Qua Gilchrist 44 Tony Straughter 45 Rodney Paulk 46 Joey Scribner-Howard 46 Dalton Wilson 47 Patrick DiMarco 48 Matt Coffee 49 Blake Baxley 50 Billy Byrne 50 A.J. Cann 51 Walker Inabinet 52 Aldrick Fordham 53 Corey Robinson 54 Connor McLaurin 55 T.J. Johnson 57 C.J. Heinz 57 Tramell Williams 58 Ryland Culbertson 59 Charles Turner 60 Terrence Campbell 61 Travis Ford 62 Davis Moore 63 Chris Vaughn 65 Ryan Broadhead 66 Hutch Eckerson


Hgt. Wgt. Cl.

Hometown/High School/Last College

WR 6-4 233 SO St. Matthews, S.C./Calhoun County FS 5-10 191 JR Hollywood, Fla./Cham-Madonna/Frk Union Mil. TB 5-11 186 SO Tampa, Fla./Gaither WR 6-4 211 JR Charlotte, N.C./Independence QB 6-2 227 JR Lutz, Fla./Jefferson CB 6-1 189 SO Rock Hill, S.C./South Pointe DT 6-2 264 JR Hamlet, N.C./Richmond County SS 6-0 204 RS FR Jacksonville, Fla./Andrew Jackson QB 6-2 209 FR Boiling Springs, S.C./Boiling Springs WR 6-3 227 RS FR Jacksonville Beach, Fla./Fletcher SS 5-10 181 FR Decatur, Ga./Southwest Dekalb WR 5-7 166 FR Bradenton, Fla./Manatee TB 5-11 229 SR Anderson, S.C./T.L. Hanna CB 5-11 180 FR LaGrange, Ga./Troup County QB 6-2 191 SO Laurens, S.C./Laurens QB 6-2 219 RS FR Tampa, Fla./Wharton CB 5-10 178 JR Chester, S.C./Chester WR 5-8 189 FR Moore, S.C./Byrnes QB 6-1 202 FR Flowery Branch, Ga./Flowery Branch QB 6-2 210 SO Lincolnton, N.C./E. Lin./Chas. S./Campbell P 5-11 170 FR Shelby, N.C./Burns LB 5-11 229 JR Jacksonville, Fla./First Coast CB 6-1 201 SR Garner, N.C./Garner WR 5-11 217 SR Ocala, Fla./Trinity Catholic PK 6-3 198 JR Laurinburg, N.C./Scotland Cty/N. Carolina WR 6-0 181 RS FR Kingsland, Ga./Camden County WR 5-7 181 JR Garner, N.C./Garner SS 6-2 228 SO Rock Hill, S.C./South Pointe TB 6-0 218 FR Duncan, S.C./Byrnes TB 5-4 155 SO Winston-Salem, N.C./Carver CB 5-11 174 JR Columbia, S.C./Dutch Frk/Carson-Newman LB 6-0 233 RS FR Lenoir, N.C./Hibriten SS 6-0 218 SO Winston-Salem, N.C./Carver Spur 6-2 205 JR Ocala, Fla./Trinity Catholic/Fork Union Mil. CB 5-9 188 FR Darlington, S.C./Darlington TB 5-11 190 JR Jacksonville, Fla./Ed. H. White/Frk Un. Mil. FS 5-10 182 SO Fort Mill, S.C./Fort Mill/Newberry DE 6-1 238 RS FR Auburn, Ga./Apalachee FS 5-10 180 SO Hudson, Mass./Hudson/Dean College TB 5-10 192 SO Lawrenceville, Ga./Brookwood FS 5-11 182 RS FR New Milford, N.J./Bergen Catholic LB 6-2 240 SO Holly Springs, N.C./Garner Spur 6-3 220 SO Columbia, S.C./Columbia P/PK 5-11 192 SR Rock Hill, S.C./York Comprehensive CB 5-11 178 RS FR Beaufort, S.C./Beaufort FS 5-11 201 SO Greenwood, S.C./Greenwood CB 5-10 168 JR York, S.C./York Comprehensive LB 6-3 225 SO Chapin, S.C./Chapin/Alabama LB 6-1 225 SR Kingsland, Ga./Camden Cnty/Georgia Mil. P 6-2 172 SO Newberry, S.C./Newberry DT 6-4 293 JR Laurinburg, N.C./Scotland County FB 5-9 189 SO Ridgeland, S.C./Thomas Heyward Academy LB 6-1 231 SO Abbeville, S.C./Abbeville/Butler County CC LB 6-0 201 SR Madison, Fla./Madison Cnty/Georgia Mil. LB 6-0 225 SR Columbia, S.C./Richland Northeast PK 6-1 207 JR Irmo, S.C./Dutch Fork/Carson-Newman FB 6-1 220 SO Williston, S.C./Williston-Elko FB/TE 6-1 243 SR Altamonte Springs, Fla./Lake Brantley FB 5-11 225 FR Mary Esther, Fla./Fort Walton Beach Spur 5-9 198 SR Columbia, S.C./Lexington LB 5-11 223 RS FR Palm Harbor, Fla./East Lake OG 6-3 286 FR Bamberg, S.C./Bamberg-Ehrhardt DS 5-9 194 SO Columbia, S.C./Hammond School DE 6-4 263 SO Jamestown, S.C./Timberland OT 6-6 317 FR Havelock, N.C./Havelock LB 6-0 225 RS FR Raleigh, N.C./Garner OC 6-4 302 SO Aynor, S.C./Aynor P 6-2 200 SO Irmo, S.C./Dutch Fork/Tennessee OG 6-0 299 FR Jacksonville, Fla./Lee DS 6-4 260 FR Laurens, S.C./Laurens Academy DS 6-4 250 SR Roebuck, S.C./Dorman OG 6-3 305 JR Austell, Ga./South Cobb OL 6-4 250 RS FR Fork, S.C./Lake View/Coastal Carolina DS/LB 6-1 212 RS FR Buford, Ga./Mill Creek/Emory & Henry DS 6-0 272 JR Columbia, S.C./Irmo OC 6-5 264 JR Leesburg, Ga./Lee County OT 6-4 281 SR Lumberton, N.C./Lumberton

No. Name Pos.

Hgt. Wgt. Cl.

Hometown/High School/Last College

67 Ronald Patrick 68 Kyle Nunn 69 Matthew Grooms 70 Byron Jerideau 73 Rokevious Watkins 75 Steven Singleton 76 Jarriel King Military 77 Garrett Chisolm 78 Cody Gibson 80 DeMario Bennett 81 Tori Gurley 81 Adam Yates 82 D.L. Moore 83 Cliff Matthews 84 Kyle Madden 85 Kevin White 86 Blair Lowery 87 Justice Cunningham 88 Weslye Saunders 89 Mike Triglia 90 Joshua Newton 90 Chaz Sutton 91 Ladi Ajiboye 92 Byron McKnight 94 Kenny Davis 95 Corey Simmons 97 J.T. Surratt 98 Devin Taylor 99 Jordan Butler


6-1 6-5 6-0 6-0 6-4 6-2 6-5

292 FR 304 JR 244 SR 339 SO 325 JR 303 SR 324 SR

Cocoa, Fla./Cocoa Sumter, S.C./Sumter McColl, S.C./Marlboro County Green Pond, S.C./Colleton County/Fort Scott C.C. Fairburn, Ga./Creekside/Georgia Military Buford, Ga./Buford/Georgia Military North Charleston, S.C./North Charleston/Georgia


6-6 6-6 6-2 6-5 6-1 6-4 6-4 6-3 6-2 6-1 6-3 6-5 6-4 6-1 6-4 6-1 6-5 6-3 6-4 6-1 6-7 6-1

303 SR 269 FR 174 RS FR 230 SO 217 SO 211 SO 268 SR 248 SO 206 JR 190 SO 268 SO 270 SR 239 SO 193 SO 244 RS FR 290 SR 235 JR 303 SO 253 FR 300 FR 249 SO 175 FR

Charleston, S.C./West Ashley/Pikeville College Tallahassee, Fla./Lincoln Douglas, Ga./Coffee County Rock Hill, S.C./Rock Hill/New Hampton Prep Sparks, MD/Hereford Bowling Green, Ky./Bowling Green Cheraw, S.C./Cheraw Powder Springs, Ga./Harrison/UCF N. Charleston, S.C./Ft Dorch./Newberry Irmo, S.C./Dutch Fork Pageland, S.C./Central Durham, N.C./Riverside Jacksonville, Fla./The Bolles School Aiken, S.C./South Aiken Savannah, Ga./Jenkins/Fork Union Military Riverdale, Ga./Banneker/Hargrave Military Laurinburg, N.C./Scotland County Newberry, S.C./Newberry Lawrenceville, Ga./Grtr Atlanta Christian Winston-Salem, N.C./Parkland Beaufort, S.C./Beaufort Myrtle Beach, S.C./Myrtle Beach


coaches Steve Spurrier - Head Coach Shane Beamer - Spurs & SS/Recruiting Coord/Special Teams Coord Shawn Elliott - Offensive Line/Running Game Coordinator Craig Fitzgerald - Director of Football Strength & Conditioning Jay Graham - Running Backs/Asst. Special Teams Coordinator Johnson Hunter - Tight Ends/Assistant Special Teams Coordinator Ellis Johnson - Asst. Head Coach/Asst. Coach - Defense/ Linebackers Brad Lawing - Defensive Line G.A. Mangus - Quarterbacks Jamie Speronis - Director of Football Operations Steve Spurrier, Jr. - Receivers Lorenzo Ward - Defensive Coordinator/Safeties Mike Gasparato - Graduate Assistant Dennis Thomas - Graduate Assistant Orus Lambert - Graduate Assistant Robbie Liles - Director of High School Relations Scott Morgan - Graduate Assistant Patrick Shine - Administrative Coordinator for Recruiting Scott Spurrier - Graduate Assistant



OffenseSO-1L St. Matthews, S.C.

1 19 –OR– 18 19 –OR– 81 8 80 –OR– 819 80 –OR– 82 9 4 82 4 76 68 76 68 77 73 77 73 55 67 55 67 73 60 73 50 60 50 66 –OR– 68 66 –OR– 68 47 87 47 89 87 895 –OR– 14 5 12 –OR– 14 12 47 48 47 48 31 –OR– 21 31 10 –OR– –OR– 213 10 –OR– 3

Alshon Jeffery 6-4 233 DeAngelo Smith 6-0 181 Alshon Jeffery 6-4 Lamar Scruggs 6-3 233 227 DeAngelo Smith 6-0 181 Lamar Scruggs 6-3 Tori Gurley 6-5 227 230 DeMario Bennett 6-2 174 Tori 6-5 Ace Gurley Sanders 5-7 230 166 DeMario Bennett 6-2 174 Ace 5-7 D.L.Sanders Moore 6-4 166 211 Jason Barnes 6-4 211 D.L. Moore 6-4 211 Jason 6-4 JarrielBarnes King 6-5 211 324 Kyle Nunn 6-5 304 Jarriel King 6-5 324 Kyle Nunn 6-5 Garrett Chisolm 6-6 304 303 Rokevious Watkins 6-4 325 Garrett Chisolm 6-6 303 Rokevious Watkins 6-4 T.J. Johnson 6-4 325 302 Ronald Patrick 6-1 292 T.J. Johnson 6-4 302 Ronald Patrick Rokevious Watkins 6-1 6-4 292 325 Terrence Campbell 6-3 305 Rokevious A.J. Cann Watkins 6-4 6-3 325 286 Terrence Campbell 6-3 305 A.J. Cann 6-3 Hutch Eckerson 6-4 286 281 Kyle Nunn 6-5 304 Hutch Eckerson 6-4 281 Kyle Nunn Patrick DiMarco 6-5 6-1 304 243 Justice Cunningham 6-3 268 Patrick DiMarco 6-1 Mike Triglia 6-4 243 239 Justice Cunningham 6-3 268 Mike Triglia 6-4 Stephen Garcia 6-2 239 227 Connor Shaw 6-0 202 Stephen Garcia 6-2 Andrew Clifford 6-2 227 219 Connor Shaw 6-0 202 Andrew Clifford 6-2 Patrick DiMarco 6-1 219 243 Matt Coffee 5-11 225 Patrick DiMarco 6-1 243 Matt Coffee 5-11 Kenny Miles 5-10 225 192 Marcus Lattimore 6-0 218 Kenny Miles 5-10 Brian Maddox 5-11 192 229 Marcus Lattimore 5-11 6-0 218 Jarvis Giles 186 Brian Maddox 5-11 229 Jarvis Giles 5-11 186


Kingsland, Ga. St. Matthews,Beach, S.C. Fla. Jacksonville Kingsland, Ga. Jacksonville Beach, Fla. Rock Hill, S.C. Douglas, Ga. Rock Hill, S.C. Bradenton, Fla. Douglas, Ga. Bradenton, Fla. Ky. Bowling Green, Charlotte, N.C. Bowling Green, Ky. Charlotte, N.C. S.C. North Charleston, Sumter, S.C. North Charleston, S.C. Sumter, S.C. S.C. Charleston, Fairburn, Ga. Charleston, S.C. Fairburn, Ga. Aynor, S.C. Cocoa, Fla. Aynor, S.C. Cocoa, Fla.Ga. Fairburn, Austell, Ga. Fairburn, Bamberg,Ga. S.C. Austell, Ga. Bamberg, S.C. Lumberton, N.C. Sumter, S.C. Lumberton, N.C. Sumter, S.C.Springs, Fla. Altamonte Pageland, S.C. Altamonte Springs, Jacksonville, Fla. Fla. Pageland, S.C. Jacksonville, Lutz, Fla. Fla. Flowery Branch, Ga. Lutz, Fla.Fla. Tampa, Flowery Branch, Ga. Tampa, Fla.Springs, Fla. Altamonte Mary Esther, Fla. Altamonte Springs, Fla. Mary Esther, Fla.Ga. Lawrenceville, Duncan, S.C. Lawrenceville, Anderson, S.C.Ga. Duncan, S.C. Tampa, Fla. Anderson, S.C. Tampa, Fla.

18 46 18 46 34 18 34 18 34 18 34 18

Jay Wooten 6-3 198 Joey Scribner-Howard6-1 207 Jay Wooten 6-3 198 Joey Scribner-Howard 6-1 207 Spencer Lanning 5-11 192 Jay Wooten 6-3 198 Spencer Lanning 5-11 192 Jay Wooten 6-3 198 Spencer Lanning 5-11 192 Jay Wooten 6-3 198 Spencer Lanning 5-11 192 Jay Wooten 6-3 198


Laurinburg, N.C. Irmo, S.C. Laurinburg, N.C. Irmo, Rock S.C. Hill, S.C. Laurinburg, N.C. Rock Hill, S.C. Laurinburg, N.C. Rock Hill, S.C. Laurinburg, N.C. Rock Hill, S.C. Laurinburg, N.C.

Information courtesy USC Athletics

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98 Devin Taylor Defense 6-7 249 SO-1L Beaufort, S.C. DE 92 Byron McKnight 6-5 235 JR-2L Laurinburg, N.C. S.C. 52 Devin AldrickTaylor Fordham 6-7 6-4 249 263 SO-1L SO-1L Beaufort, Jamesown, S.C. DE –OR– 98 92 Byron McKnight 6-5 235 JR-2L Laurinburg, N.C. –OR– 52 Aldrick Fordham 6-4 263 SO-1L Jamesown, S.C. 42 Travian Robertson 6-4 293 JR-2L Laurinburg, N.C. DT 70 Byron Jerideau 6-0 339 SO-JC Green Pond, S.C. Robertson 6-4 N.C. 94 Travian Kenny Davis 6-3 293 303 JR-2L SO-SQ Laurinburg, Newberry, S.C. DT –OR– 42 70 Byron Jerideau 6-0 339 SO-JC Green Pond, S.C. –OR– 94 Kenny Davis 6-3 303 SO-SQ Newberry, S.C. 91 Ladi Ajiboye 6-1 290 SR-3L Riverdale, Ga. DT 6 Melvin Ingram 6-2 264 JR-2L Hamlet, N.C. 91 Ladi Ajiboye 6-1 290 SR-3L Riverdale, Ga. DT 6 Melvin Ingram 6-2 83 Cliff Matthews 6-4 264 268 JR-2L SR-3L Hamlet, Cheraw,N.C. S.C. DE 90 Chaz Sutton 6-4 244 FR-RS Savannah, Ga. 83 Cliff Matthews 6-4 268 SR-3L Cheraw, S.C. DE Sutton 6-4 45 Chaz Rodney Paulk 6-0 244 225 FR-RS JR-2L Savannah, Columbia,Ga. S.C. MLB –OR– 9041 Josh Dickerson 6-1 225 SR-1L Kingsland, Ga. 45 Rodney Paulk 6-0 225 JR-2L Columbia, S.C. MLB –OR– 4144 Josh 6-1 Ga. Tony Dickerson Straughter 6-0 225 201 SR-1L SR-1L Kingsland, Madison, Fla. WLB –OR– 24 Quin Smith 6-0 233 SO-1L Lenoir, N.C. 44 Tony Straughter 6-0 201 SR-1L Madison, Fla. WLB –OR– 24 Smith 6-0 26 Quin Antonio Allen 6-2 233 205 SO-1L JR-1L Lenoir, Ocala, N.C. Fla. SPUR 33 Damario Jeffery 6-3 220 SO-1L Columbia, S.C. 26 Antonio Allen 6-2 205 JR-1L Ocala, Fla. SPUR 335 Damario Stephon Jeffery Gilmore 6-3 6-1 220 189 SO-1L SO-1L Columbia, Rock Hill, S.C. CB 35 Jimmy Legree 5-11 178 FR-RS Beaufort, S.C. 5 Stephon Gilmore 6-1 189 SO-1L Rock Hill, S.C. CB 353 Jimmy S.C.Fla. AkeemLegree Auguste 5-11 5-10 178 191 FR-RS JR-2L Beaufort, Hollywood, FS 17 Chris Culliver 6-1 201 SR-3L Garner, N.C. 3 Akeem Auguste 5-10 191 JR-2L Hollywood, Fla. FS 17 Culliver N.C.S.C. 21 Chris DeVonte Holloman 6-1 6-2 201 228 SR-3L SO-1L Garner, Rock Hill, SS 36 D.J. Swearinger 5-11 201 SO-1L Greenwood, S.C. 21 DeVonte Holloman 6-2 228 SO-1L Rock Hill, S.C. SS 36 Swearinger 5-11 17 D.J. Chris Culliver 6-1 201 201 SO-1L SR-3L Greenwood, Garner, N.C.S.C. CB 12 C.C. Whitlock 5-10 178 JR-2L Chester, S.C. 17 Chris Culliver 6-1 201 SR-3L Garner, N.C. CB 12 C.C. Whitlock 5-10 178 JR-2L Chester, S.C.

Specialists 17 Chris Culliver KR –OR– 22 Specialists Bryce Sherman KR PR PR DS DS H H

17 –OR– 225 3 5 3 59 51 59 51 11 9 11 9

6-1 201 SR-3L Garner, N.C. 5-4 155 SO-1L Winston-Salem, N.C. Chris Culliver 6-1 201 SR-3L Garner, N.C. Bryce Sherman Stephon Gilmore 5-4 6-1 155 189 SO-1L SO-1L Winston-Salem, Rock Hill, S.C. N.C. Akeem Auguste 5-10 191 JR-2L Hollywood, Fla. Stephon Gilmore 6-1 189 SO-1L Rock Hill, S.C. Akeem 5-10 Fla. CharlesAuguste Turner 6-4 191 250 JR-2L SR-3L Hollywood, Roebuck, S.C. Walker Inabinet 5-9 194 SO-SQ Columbia, S.C. Charles Turner 6-4 250 SR-3L Roebuck, S.C. Walker Inabinet 5-9 S.C. Seth Strickland 6-2 194 191 SO-SQ SO-SQ Columbia, Laurens, S.C. Ace Sanders 5-7 166 FR-HS Bradenton, Fla. Seth Strickland 6-2 191 SO-SQ Laurens, S.C. Ace Sanders 5-7 166 FR-HS Bradenton, Fla.





Southern Mississippi’s V.J. Floyd fumbles the ball after taking the handoff from quarterback Austin Davis during fourthquarter action in Columbia on Sept. 2.

South Carolina Overall team Statistics (as of Sept. 03, 2010) Team Statistics



SCORING 41 Points Per Game 41.0 FIRST DOWNS 25 Rushing 11 Passing 11 P e n a l t y 3 RUSHING YARDAGE 224 Yards gained rushing 239 Yards lost rushing 15 Rushing Attempts 35 Average Per Rush 6.4 Average Per Game 224.0 TDs Rushing 4 PASSING YARDAGE 225 Comp-Att-Int 20-30-1 Average Per Pass 7.5 Average Per Catch 11.2 Average Per Game 225.0 TDs Passing 1 TOTAL OFFENSE 449 Total Plays 65 Average Per Play 6.9 Average Per Game 449.0 KICK RETURNS: #-Yards 3-69 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards 0-0 INT RETURNS: #-Yards 1-0 KICK RETURN AVERAGE 23.0 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 0.0 INT RETURN AVERAGE 0.0 FUMBLES-LOST 0-0 PENALTIES-Yards 5-30 Average Per Game 30.0 PUNTS-Yards 2-105 Average Per Punt 52.5 Net punt average 37.5 TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 28 : 52 3RD-DOWN Conversions 4/10 3rd-Down Pct 40% 4TH-DOWN Conversions 0/0 4th-Down Pct 0% SACKS BY-Yards 1-15 MISC YARDS 0 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 5 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 2-2 ON-SIDE KICKS 0-0 RED-ZONE SCORES (5-5) 100% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS (4-5)80% PAT-ATTEMPTS (5-5)100% ATTENDANCE 70438 Games/Avg Per Game 1/70438 Neutral Site Games

13 13.0 23 6 17 0 67 94 27 27 2.5 67.0 0 337 38-57-1 5.9 8.9 337.0 1 404 84 4.8 404.0 6-108 2-30 1-17 18.0 15.0 17.0 2-1 8-60 60.0 4-178 44.5 44.5 31 : 08 10/19 53% 0/2 0% 3-13 0 1 2-2 1-1 (2-6) 33% (0-6)0% (1-1)100% 0 0/0 0/0

Score by Quarters 1st South Carolina 7 Opponents 3

Stats courtesy USC Athletics


2nd 3rd 4th OT Total 17 10 7 0 41 3 0 7 0 13

Photo courtesy Travis Bell/Sideline Carolina

South Carolina Overall Individual Statistics (as of Sept. 03, 2010) Rushing gp M. Lattimore 1 Ace Sanders 1 Stephen Garcia 1 Connor Shaw 1 Kenny Miles 1 Stephon Gilmore 1 Jarvis Giles 1 Brian Maddox 1 Total 1 Opponents 1

att gain loss net avg td 14 54 0 54 3.9 2 1 53 0 53 53.0 0 5 38 0 38 7.6 2 7 44 13 31 4.4 0 4 24 0 24 6.0 0 1 14 0 14 14.0 0 2 12 0 12 6.0 0 1 0 2 -2 -2.0 0 35 239 15 224 6.4 4 27 94 27 67 2.5 0

lg avg/g 8 54.0 53 53.0 22 38.0 24 31.0 11 24.0 14 14.0 8 12.0 0 -2.0 53 224.0 13 67.0

Passing gp effic comp-att-int pct yds td Stephen Garcia 1 140.05 16-23-0 69.6 193 0 Connor Shaw 1 199.76 4-5-0 80.0 32 1 Stephon Gilmore 1 0.00 0-1-0 0.0 0 0 Andrew Clifford 1 -200.00 0-1-1 0.0 0 0 Total 1 134.00 20-30-1 66.7 225 1 Opponents 1 118.61 38-57-1 66.7 337 1 Receiving gp Alshon Jeffery 1 Tori Gurley 1 Ace Sanders 1 M. Lattimore 1 Jason Barnes 1 D.L. Moore 1 Lamar Scruggs 1 DeAngelo Smith 1 Patrick DiMarco 1 Total 1 Opponents 1

no. 7 4 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 20 38

## Defensive Leaders 3A Akeem Auguste 2D D. Holloman 33 Damario Jeffery 5A Stephon Gilmore 24 Quin Smith Total Opponents

yds 106 12 47 21 16 15 6 1 1 225 337

avg td 15.1 0 3.0 0 23.5 0 10.5 0 16.0 0 15.0 1 6.0 0 1.0 0 1.0 0 11.2 1 8.9 1

lg 46 15 0 0 46 55

avg/g 193.0 32.0 0.0 0.0 225.0 337.0

lg avg/g 46 106.0 7 12.0 31 47.0 11 21.0 16 16.0 15 15.0 6 6.0 1 1.0 1 1.0 46 225.0 55 337.0

Punt Returns Total Opponents Interceptions D. Holloman Total Opponents Kick Returns Bryce Sherman Total Opponents Fumble Returns Tony Straughter Total Opponents Punt Returns Total Opponents Interceptions D. Holloman Total Opponents Kick Returns Bryce Sherman Total Opponents Fumble Returns Tony Straughter Total Opponents

no. 0 2 no. 1 1 1 no. 3 3 6 no. 1 1 0 no. 0 2 no. 1 1 1 no. 3 3 6 no. 1 1

yds 0 30 yds 0 0 17 yds 69 69 108 yds 52 52 0 yds 0 30 yds 0 0 17 yds 69 69 108 yds 52 52

avg td 0.0 0 15.0 0 avg td 0.0 0 0.0 0 17.0 0 avg td 23.0 0 23.0 0 18.0 0 avg td 52.0 0 52.0 0 0.0 0 avg td 0.0 0 15.0 0 avg td 0.0 0 0.0 0 17.0 0 avg td 23.0 0 23.0 0 18.0 0 avg td 52.0 0 52.0 0

lg 0 17 lg 0 0 17 lg 24 24 23 lg 52 52 0 lg 0 17 lg 0 0 17 lg 24 24 23 lg 52 52


| Tackles | Sacks | Pass defense | Fumbles | gp ua a tot tfl/yds no-yds int-yds brup qbh rcv-yds 1 7 1 8 1.0-6 . . 1 . . 1 6 1 7 . . 1-0 . . . 1 5 1 6 . . . . 1 . 1 6 . 6 2.0-3 . . 1 . . 1 2 3 5 . . . . . . 1 62 14 76 4-24 1-15 1-0 4 3 1-52 1 42 18 60 5-16 3-13 1-17 2 3 .

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