@ Missouri (L)
I firmly believe that South Carolina is the better team here. But, with that said, there is absolutely nothing about this matchup that looks good for the Gamecocks. The Tigers have won their last four encounters and will have home field advantage. Also, this meeting being placed between battles with Florida and Texas A&M fails to make it any easier.
Basically, I see USC’s trek into Faurot Field serving as a “trap game” that it most likely won’t be ready for.
@ Texas A&M (L)
Let’s not overthink this one. Realistically speaking, if Missouri could beat the Gamecocks when they’re coming off of a home win, how could Texas A&M—a team with better players/coaching than Mizzou, along with a more intimidating atmosphere—not when they’re coming off of a road loss?
Jacksonville State (W)
Especially when discussing an SEC school, this is the type of game you would expect to see in Week 12. That alone should tell you how I think this one will unfold. In fact, I’d have to say that the most interesting part of this matchup is both teams being called the Gamecocks.