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Predict the record (2014): Week 11 - South Carolina

South Carolina - Predict the Record (2014)   46 members have voted

  1. 1. What Will South Carolina's Record Be?

    • 12-0
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    • 11-1
    • 10-2
    • 9-3
    • 8-4
    • 7-5
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    • 6-6
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    • 5-7
    • 4-8
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    • 3-9
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    • 2-10
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    • 1-11
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    • 0-12
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2014 South Carolina Gamecocks:

8/28: Texas A&M

9/6: East Carolina

9/13: Georgia

9/20: at Vanderbilt

9/27: Missouri

10/4: at Kentucky

10/11: OPEN

10/18: Furman

10/25: at Auburn

11/1: Tennessee

11/8: OPEN

11/15: at Florida

11/22: South Alabama

11/29: at Clemson

Here are the threads and schedule for future prediction threads:

Week 1: Kentucky

Week 2: Arkansas

Week 3: Tennessee

Week 4: Ole Miss

Week 5: Florida

Week 6: Mississippi State

Week 7: Vanderbilt

Week 8: Texas A&M

Week 9: Georgia

Week 10: LSU

Week 11: South Carolina

Week 12: Alabama (August 10)

Week 13: Missouri (August 17)

Week 14: Auburn (August 24)

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For most of the summer I was thinking 9-3 or maybe 10-2. But now I'm thinking 11-1. Pretty sure the loss will come against Auburn, but it could be anyone.

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For most of the summer I was thinking 9-3 or maybe 10-2. But now I'm thinking 11-1. Pretty sure the loss will come against Auburn, but it could be anyone.

Same here.

10-2 with a best case of 11-1

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10-2 with losses At Florida and At Auburn.

Could go 9-3 though

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10-2. I wanted to say 11-1, but SC always has a slip up to somebody they shouldn't lose to.

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Chances to Win

8/28: Texas A&M 0.8

9/6: East Carolina 1.0

9/13: Georgia 0.6

9/20: at Vanderbilt 0.9

9/27: Missouri 0.7

10/4: at Kentucky 1.0

10/11: OPEN

10/18: Furman 1.0

10/25: at Auburn 0.5

11/1: Tennessee 0.9

11/8: OPEN

11/15: at Florida 0.6

11/22: South Alabama 1.0

11/29: at Clemson 0.8

9.8 = 10 wins

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Chances to Win

8/28: Texas A&M 0.8

9/6: East Carolina 1.0

9/13: Georgia 0.6

9/20: at Vanderbilt 0.9

9/27: Missouri 0.7

10/4: at Kentucky 1.0

10/11: OPEN

10/18: Furman 1.0

10/25: at Auburn 0.5

11/1: Tennessee 0.9

11/8: OPEN

11/15: at Florida 0.6

11/22: South Alabama 1.0

11/29: at Clemson 0.8

9.8 = 10 wins

They will beat ECU but be cautious marking it down as an automatic W...

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8/28: Texas A&M W

9/6: East Carolina W

9/13: Georgia W

9/20: at Vanderbilt W

9/27: Missouri W

10/4: at Kentucky W

10/11: OPEN

10/18: Furman W

10/25: at Auburn L

11/1: Tennessee W

11/8: OPEN

11/15: at Florida W

11/22: South Alabama W

11/29: at Clemson W

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8/28: Texas A&M W

9/6: East Carolina W

9/13: Georgia W

9/20: at Vanderbilt W

9/27: Missouri W

10/4: at Kentucky W

10/11: OPEN

10/18: Furman W

10/25: at Auburn L

11/1: Tennessee W

11/8: OPEN

11/15: at Florida W

11/22: South Alabama W

11/29: at Clemson W

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9-3

Losses to UGA, AU...... and whoever they decide to overlook

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8/28: Texas A&M W

9/6: East Carolina W

9/13: Georgia W

9/20: at Vanderbilt W

9/27: Missouri W

10/4: at Kentucky W

10/11: OPEN

10/18: Furman W

10/25: at Auburn L

11/1: Tennessee W

11/8: OPEN

11/15: at Florida L

11/22: South Alabama W

11/29: at Clemson W

10-2 (6-2)

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Looking at the schedule my head says 11-1, but that is tough to do. So I'm going 10-2 with winning the SECE.

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11-1

We drop one to either AU or UGA, thinking it'll be AU.

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9-3 But could be worse after the injury to Mike Davis.

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I agree

. Who would be next ? B wilds?

Likely Wilds or this guy who redshirted last year. http://sports.yahoo....Williams-112638. But I would thinking Wilds would solidify #2 because of experience.

Shon Carson apart from a couple big plays has been kind of meh compared to our other backs IMO.

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Should be 11-1 (All Barn) but we'll pee-to-bed at Vandy or Kentucky like we did against the Vols last year. I voted 10-2 but wouldn't be surprised by 9-3 or 8-4. This is the time of the year when I start feeling like my old Gamecock self. About a week before kick-off, I'll have to be real careful not to bet the monthly mortgage on 12-0.

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10-2 with losses At Florida and At Auburn.

This.

Brandon Wilds and Shon Carson are change-of-pace backs, and not nearly in the same league as Davis.

They are good, but not workhorses like him.

If he's legitimitely injured, I don't feel as good about 10-2.

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This.

Brandon Wilds and Shon Carson are change-of-pace backs, and not nearly in the same league as Davis.

They are good, but not workhorses like him.

If he's legitimitely injured, I don't feel as good about 10-2.

I don't expect much from Carson except for him to give the other backs a breather, but Wilds can be a workhorse. When Lattimore went down with his first ACL injury Wilds came in and had 100+ yard games in 3 out of his first 4 career starts. That was as a true freshman halfway through the first season. Since then our O-line has gotten a lot better, and he's gotten bigger and faster.

I agree though that no one on our roster is in the same class as Mike Davis....but then again not many in the country are.

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