There's a chance -- a chance -- Alabama won't dominate the sport again as it did in 2020, and that other contenders or some true underdogs could find their way to the penthouse.
— So much for any debate about Georgia's starting quarterback.
- South Carolina rallies to beat ECU on last-second FG
- Gamecocks to start grad assistant Noland at QB
- Gamecocks using grad asst. to shore up QB room
- Gamecocks' Doty (ankle) questionable for opener
Paul is Live in Gainesville for the Alabama v Florida matchup and he's got a loaded guest lineup. This hour he's joined by Molly McGrath to preview the South Carolina/Georgia game. He's also joined by Roman Harper of ESPN as well as Scott Stricklin, Florida Athletic Director. Paul also talks to the callers.
The Gamecocks celebrate pulling out a 20-17 victory at East Carolina on a last-second field goal by placekicker Parker White.
— The turnovers and penalties kept coming to put South Carolina in a 14-point hole. An aggressive defense, a stick-with-it running game and a clutch kick kept the Gamecocks from stumbling.
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Earlier this summer, Zeb Noland was a 24-year-old grad assistant for South Carolina. But after injuries depleted the team's quarterbacks, he made an unlikely return to the field, and helped lead the Gamecocks to a win on Saturday.
Zeb Noland, who had a year of eligibility remaining when he took a job as a graduate assistant on Shane Beamer's coaching staff at South Carolina, will be the Gamecocks' starting quarterback for the opener.
In need of a jolt of a adrenaline as the college football season returns? Well, just start playing "Sandstorm" -- it's what keeps South Carolina coach Shane Beamer going.
Oregon jumped into the top five while Oklahoma fell after another decommitment, but Penn State stays at No. 1.