January 12, 2011
Shooting Disappears in Loss to Tide
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- Hard to win when a team can't score -- or even attempt to. South Carolina scored its lowest number of points in six seasons in a 57-47 loss at Alabama on Wednesday, the Crimson Tide's spider-web defense and the Gamecocks' own futility at hanging onto the ball -- or scoring it when they did -- resulting in USC's first SEC loss.
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