Stopping up-tempo offenses is nothing new to Gamecocks
Wed Aug 28, 2013
The trendy thing in college football is to run an offense as fast as possible. Offensive coordinators use their stop watches as much for snap counts as 40 times. That’s all well and good, South Carolina’s defensive linemen say, but you won’t see them getting flustered when North Carolina tries to push the pace in the two schools’ football season opener (6 p.m., ESPN).
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