Published: Sun, September 17, 2017
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Gamecocks lose star receiver Deebo Samuel for the season

Gamecocks lose star receiver Deebo Samuel for the season

In addition to failing to stop Kentucky, second-year head coach Will Muschamp's undisciplined squad couldn't stop hurting itself. "I am extremely disappointed for that", Muschamp said.

However, Samuel and his mother each provided different reports regarding his injury.

Samuel kicked off the scoring with a 68-yard receiving touchdown on the opening play, but SC was stifled by Kentucky's defense thereafter and did not score again.

The start of the game did not go well for the Cats, as electric play-maker Deebo Samuel took his first catch 68 yards to the end zone on the first play of the game.

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"We're never going to give up the wildcat, that's dead", Snell said. For me on third and fourth down, I had 1 yard to go.

CLUTCH WARE: Kentucky's Denzil Ware remembers well his big moment at Williams-Brice two years ago, returning Pharoh Cooper's fumble on a potential tying, two-point conversion 98 yards for a Wildcat score in a 26-22 victory.

Following a breakout rushing performance from Ty'Son Williams in Week 2 over Missouri, the SC football team didn't have the same result against Kentucky on Saturday. After Samuel scored to open the game, Woznick missed the extra point. "We can't get a fourth and one on the goal line or kick a field goal, so it was disappointing". Not long thereafter the team's top offensive lineman - converted right tackle Zack Bailey - left the field on crutches. The Wildcats have run for over 200 yards in each of the wins. SC kicker Alexander Woznick missed the PAT on the Gamecocks' first touchdown. The 6-1, 190-pounder was the star of Kentucky's most recent recruiting class, a four-star prospect who also had offers from Michigan, Penn State and Tennessee.

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