COLUMBIA, S.C. -- In a career of special moments, Steve Spurrier added another one in South Carolinas victory over fifth-ranked Georgia. And there may be some even bigger ones ahead for the Gamecocks and their ball coach. Connor Shaw threw two touchdown passes and ran for another, Ace Sanders had a dazzling 70-yard punt return touchdown and No. 6 South Carolinas defence dominated fifth-ranked Georgia in a 35-7 victory Saturday night. "If we play like this, maybe we have a chance for a real big year," Spurrier said. "Maybe." Spurriers caution is well placed. After all, this is the Southeastern Conference. The Gamecocks (6-0, 4-0 SEC) head to angry LSU, the defending league champions who lost for the first time earlier Saturday, next week night, then go to Florida -- the undefeated Gators beat LSU -- for a game that should decide the Eastern Division. South Carolina sure looks ready for the challenge. "We definitely sent a message out to the whole country," Gamecocks tailback Marcus Lattimore said. "Its not the old South Carolina. We can play with yall. We can play with anybody." The Gamecocks their school-record 10th straight game with a performance that marked certainly marked them an Eastern Division front-runner -- and maybe showed theyre capable of even more. "This was a special one," said Spurrier, who has a national title on his impressive resume from his time with Florida. "It really was." South Carolina grounded "Gurshall," holding Georgias stellar freshmen Todd Gurley and Keith Marshall to 76 yards combined. The Bulldogs (5-1, 3-1) finished with 224 yards, less than half their seasons average coming in. "First of all, the bad news is we took a whipping. The good news is we all took it together. It was a team loss," Georgia coach Mark Richt said. Lattimore ended with 109 yards and a touchdown, the third straight time hes gone past the century mark on the Bulldogs. Coincidence the Gamecocks have posted their first-ever three game win streak in the series that began in 1894? The Gamecocks 10th straight victory surpasses a school best set with their 9-0 start in 1984. That team reached No. 2 in the country and were poised for the top spot when No. 1 Nebraska lost, but South Carolina fell to Navy to lose perhaps its best-ever shot at a national champion. This South Carolina team showed the brand of championship defence usually found on the SECs best teams. Georgia came in with a league-leading 48.2 points and 536 yards a game of offence -- and where shut down by the Gamecocks. Gurley and Marshall kept pounding the line to little effect, held scoreless after combining for 294 yards and five TDs in last weeks win over Tennessee. Aaron Murray was 11 of 31 for 109 yards. He was sacked twice and threw one interception. The game figured to be a matchup of Georgias explosive offence against South Carolinas impenetrable D. The Gamecocks showed early it was no contest, holding the Bulldogs to just 111 yards of offence in the first half and taking control of the game. South Carolinas offence set the tone at first, Spurrier once again showing there are few better at calling plays. Damiere Byrd outfought Georgias Bacarri Rambo for a 42-yard catch on the games second snap. Two plays later, Shaw hit a wide-open Bruce Ellington for a 20-yard TD catch that sent the record crowd of 85,199 into a frenzy. They had more to celebrate moments later when Kelcy Quarles tipped Murrays pass high in the air and safety DeVonte Holloman made a diving interception. Shaw cashed in again for the Gamecocks, ending a 69-yard sequence when tight end Rory Anderson came open in the end zone for a 14-yard touchdown. South Carolina used special teams -- typically a Georgia strength -- to extend the lead a few plays later after a three-and-out by the Bulldogs. Sanders bobbled the punt, got the ball back, broke several tackles and outrun the punter to the left pylon for a 21-0 lead with less than nine minutes gone. The Gamecocks defence took control after that. Georgia "didnt move it very far when they were out there," Spurrier said with a grin. South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney sacked Murray for a loss of 6 yards to stall one series. Gurley and Marshall were continually swallowed up for minimal gains. The Bulldogs looked as if theyd found their footing right before halftime, Murray converting three third-down passes to get to the Gamecocks 4. But on fourth-and-goal, Rantavious Wooten was stopped shy of the end zone after catching a short pass by D.J. Swearinger and Shaq Wilson. First-year defensive co-ordinator Lorenzo Ward thought his team could put on a show against the high-powered Bulldogs. "I believe in the young men that I coach every day, I believe in the system that we run and I believe we can play with anybody," he said. The biggest drama of the second half was whether Georgia would leave with its first shutout since a 31-0 loss to Alabama in 1995. Spurrer kept his defensive starters in, yet the Bulldogs drove 75 yards to score on Ken Malcomes 3-yard TD run with 1:55 to go. Malcome finished as the teams top rusher with 45 yards, all on Georgias scoring drive. "We hoped to make a play to change momentum but they never allowed us to," Richt said. Cheap nfl Jerseys . The president of LFC Toronto, Liverpools biggest supporters group in North America, cheers for Canadas first Major League Soccer team, but his heart still rests in Merseyside. wholesale jerseys . -- Little-used forward Kyle Miller scored a fluke stoppage-time goal in his first start for Sporting Kansas City, salvaging a 1-1 draw against English side Stoke in an international exhibition on Wednesday night. http://www.cheapjerseys2014.us.com/ . Shipley tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee on Sept. 18. He was limited during drills in the off-season and wasnt allowed to practice when training camp opened on Friday. Cheap Jerseys . -- Brandon Moss might just make Boston miss him yet. wholesale jerseys China . The way the Los Angeles Lakers are playing lately, Bryant has reason to hope hell spend less time cramming boxscores and more time riding the pine. Howard had 21 points and 14 rebounds, Bryant scored 27 points and the Lakers never trailed in their sixth win in seven games, 104-87 over the Portland Trail Blazers on Friday night. ARLINGTON, Va. -- Alex Ovechkin joked about his engagement to a tennis player and wore a T-shirt that read, in Russian: "Am I really the prettiest one here, again?" Who knows how hell look on the ice, but the two-time NHL MVP sure seems like his old self. Having made a quick return from Russia once he heard that the NHL lockout was ending, Ovechkin joined nine other Washington Capitals on the ice for an informal skate Tuesday morning as they awaited the formal ratification of a new collective bargaining agreement. "Right now its over," Ovechkin said. "And sometimes you just think, Whyd we do that?" Ovechkin was so pessimistic about the labour talks that he expected to spend the entire season playing for his hometown Dynamo Moscow in the Kontinental Hockey League. He also said he and other NHL Russians would have stayed overseas if the new CBA had slashed their existing contracts. As it is, he returns in better hockey shape than many of his peers, having played in 31 games with Dynamo while enjoying more time with family and friends. He said he got to celebrate New Years in Moscow for the first time in 14 years, and on Dec. 31 he gave a ring to tennis player Maria Kirilenko. Ovechkin smiled when asked about life as an engaged man. "Its a good feeling," Ovechkin said. "Its not that feeling anymore where you can do whatever you want. You have a girl with a tennis racket and she can hit you." No date has beCOLUMBIA, S.C. -- In a career of special moments, Steve Spurrier added another one in South Carolinas victory over fifth-ranked Georgia. And there may be some even bigger ones ahead for the Gamecocks and their ball coach. Connor Shaw threw two touchdown passes and ran for another, Ace Sanders had a dazzling 70-yard punt return touchdown and No. 6 South Carolinas defence dominated fifth-ranked Georgia in a 35-7 victory Saturday night. "If we play like this, maybe we have a chance for a real big year," Spurrier said. "Maybe." Spurriers caution is well placed. After all, this is the Southeastern Conference. The Gamecocks (6-0, 4-0 SEC) head to angry LSU, the defending league champions who lost for the first time earlier Saturday, next week night, then go to Florida -- the undefeated Gators beat LSU -- for a game that should decide the Eastern Division. South Carolina sure looks ready for the challenge. "We definitely sent a message out to the whole country," Gamecocks tailback Marcus Lattimore said. "Its not the old South Carolina. We can play with yall. We can play with anybody." The Gamecocks their school-record 10th straight game with a performance that marked certainly marked them an Eastern Division front-runner -- and maybe showed theyre capable of even more. "This was a special one," said Spurrier, who has a national title on his impressive resume from his time with Florida. "It really was." South Carolina grounded "Gurshall," holding Georgias stellar freshmen Todd Gurley and Keith Marshall to 76 yards combined. The Bulldogs (5-1, 3-1) finished with 224 yards, less than half their seasons average coming in. "First of all, the bad news is we took a whipping. The good news is we all took it together. It was a team loss," Georgia coach Mark Richt said. Lattimore ended with 109 yards and a touchdown, the third straight time hes gone past the century mark on the Bulldogs. Coincidence the Gamecocks have posted their first-ever three game win streak in the series that began in 1894? The Gamecocks 10th straight victory surpasses a school best set with their 9-0 start in 1984. That team reached No. 2 in the country and were poised for the top spot when No. 1 Nebraska lost, but South Carolina fell to Navy to lose perhaps its best-ever shot at a national champion. This South Carolina team showed the brand of championship defence usually found on the SECs best teams. Georgia came in with a league-leading 48.2 points and 536 yards a game of offence -- and where shut down by the Gamecocks. Gurley and Marshall kept pounding the line to little effect, held scoreless after combining for 294 yards and five TDs in last weeks win over Tennessee. Aaron Murray was 11 of 31 for 109 yards. He was sacked twice and threw one interception. The game figured to be a matchup of Georgias explosive offence against South Carolinas impenetrable D. The Gamecocks showed early it was no contest, holding the Bulldogs to just 111 yards of offence in the first half and taking control of the game. South Carolinas offence set the tone at first, Spurrier once again showing there are few better at calling plays. Damiere Byrd outfought Georgias Bacarri Rambo for a 42-yard catch on the games second snap. Two plays later, Shaw hit a wide-open Bruce Ellington for a 20-yard TD catch that sent the record crowd of 85,199 into a frenzy. They had more to celebrate moments later when Kelcy Quarles tipped Murrays pass high in the air and safety DeVonte Holloman made a diving interception. Shaw cashed in again for the Gamecocks, ending a 69-yard sequence when tight end Rory Anderson came open in the end zone for a 14-yard touchdown. South Carolina used special teams -- typically a Georgia strength -- to extend the lead a few plays later after a three-and-out by the Bulldogs. Sanders bobbled the punt, got the ball back, broke several tackles and outrun the punter to the left pylon for a 21-0 lead with less than nine minutes gone. The Gamecocks defence took control after that. Georgia "didnt move it very far when they were out there," Spurrier said with a grin. South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney sacked Murray for a loss of 6 yards to stall one series. Gurley and Marshall were continually swallowed up for minimal gains. The Bulldogs looked as if theyd found their footing right before halftime, Murray converting three third-down passes to get to the Gamecocks 4. But on fourth-and-goal, Rantavious Wooten was stopped shy of the end zone after catching a short pass by D.J. Swearinger and Shaq Wilson. First-year defensive co-ordinator Lorenzo Ward thought his team could put on a show against the high-powered Bulldogs. "I believe in the young men that I coach every day, I believe in the system that we run and I believe we can play with anybody," he said. The biggest drama of the second half was whether Georgia would leave with its first shutout since a 31-0 loss to Alabama in 1995. Spurrer kept his defensive starters in, yet the Bulldogs drove 75 yards to score on Ken Malcomes 3-yard TD run with 1:55 to go. Malcome finished as the teams top rusher with 45 yards, all on Georgias scoring drive. "We hoped to make a play to change momentum but they never allowed us to," Richt said. Cheap nfl Jerseys . The president of LFC Toronto, Liverpools biggest supporters group in North America, cheers for Canadas first Major League Soccer team, but his heart still rests in Merseyside. wholesale jerseys . -- Little-used forward Kyle Miller scored a fluke stoppage-time goal in his first start for Sporting Kansas City, salvaging a 1-1 draw against English side Stoke in an international exhibition on Wednesday night. http://www.cheapjerseys2014.us.com/ . Shipley tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee on Sept. 18. He was limited during drills in the off-season and wasnt allowed to practice when training camp opened on Friday. Cheap Jerseys . -- Brandon Moss might just make Boston miss him yet. wholesale jerseys China . The way the Los Angeles Lakers are playing lately, Bryant has reason to hope hell spend less time cramming boxscores and more time riding the pine. Howard had 21 points and 14 rebounds, Bryant scored 27 points and the Lakers never trailed in their sixth win in seven games, 104-87 over the Portland Trail Blazers on Friday night. ARLINGTON, Va. -- Alex Ovechkin joked about his engagement to a tennis player and wore a T-shirt that read, in Russian: "Am I really the prettiest one here, again?" Who knows how hell look on the ice, but the two-time NHL MVP sure seems like his old self. Having made a quick return from Russia once he heard that the NHL lockout was ending, Ovechkin joined nine other Washington Capitals on the ice for an informal skate Tuesday morning as they awaited the formal ratification of a new collective bargaining agreement. "Right now its over," Ovechkin said. "And sometimes you just think, Whyd we do that?" Ovechkin was so pessimistic about the labour talks that he expected to spend the entire season playing for his hometown Dynamo Moscow in the Kontinental Hockey League. He also said he and other NHL Russians would have stayed overseas if the new CBA had slashed their existing contracts. As it is, he returns in better hockey shape than many of his peers, having played in 31 games with Dynamo while enjoying more time with family and friends. He said he got to celebrate New Years in Moscow for the first time in 14 years, and on Dec. 31 he gave a ring to tennis player Maria Kirilenko. Ovechkin smiled when asked about life as an engaged man. "Its a good feeling," Ovechkin said. "Its not that feeling anymore where you can do whatever you want. You have a girl with a tennis racket and she can hit you." No date has been set for the wedding -- Kirilenko is Down Under as she prepares for the Australian Open -- nor have any dates been set for the Capitals. Training camp is expected to begin this weekend, with the regular season openers following about a week later. General manager George McPhee said he was told of one schedule that had Washington opening with two games at home -- then another that had the team starting with three on the road. "There are going to be a lot of unknowns here," McPhee said. "No one knows what this is going to look like, whos in shape, whos not, who gets off to the fast start, who doesnt.dddddddddddd Its going to be like 48 playoff games." The good news for the Capitals is that the roster is set. Complicating matters is that they have a new coach, Adam Oates, who was hired after Dale Hunter decided not to return. "With most teams if the coach has been there already, this week will be a review," McPhee said. "But Adams going to have to teach a system in the next week or so." Ovechkin said hell probably contribute to some ragged hockey in the coming days. Even though hes been playing, the rink size and style of play are different in Russia. "The first couple of games I think is going to be hard," he said, "because the system and the ice, smaller rink, faster hockey. You have to get used to it." While Ovechkin says hes healthy and ready to go after his stint in Russia, Capitals teammate Nicklas Backstrom is recovering from a neck injury suffered while playing last month with Dynamo. McPhee said he wasnt allowed to talk about Backstroms health or give the player a physical until the CBA is ratified. Oates, meanwhile, has been waiting impatiently to make his head coaching debut. When he heard at 5 a.m. Sunday that a tentative deal to end the lockout had been reached, he immediately headed to the Capitals practice facility and arrived at 5:30 a.m. -- even though there wasnt much to do. "Thats been one of the toughest things as a hockey man -- we havent been tired," Oates said. "When you play a season, the games at 7 oclock at night, you get home at midnight. When youre on the road, you get home at 2 in the morning, the next day youre dragging a little bit. I mean, we havent been tired for three months. Were bored out of our minds." Oates said he was thinking strategy every day during the lockout. "Im sure every coach in the league is over-prepared," he said. ' ' '- Kirilenko is Down Under as she prepares for the Australian Open -- nor have any dates been set for the Capitals. Training camp is expected to begin this weekend, with the regular season openers following about a week later. General manager George McPhee said he was told of one schedule that had Washington opening with two games at home -- then another that had the team starting with three on the road. "There are going to be a lot of unknowns here," McPhee said. "No one knows what this is going to look like, whos in shape, whos not, who gets off to the fast start, who doesnt.dddddddddddd Its going to be like 48 playoff games." The good news for the Capitals is that the roster is set. Complicating matters is that they have a new coach, Adam Oates, who was hired after Dale Hunter decided not to return. "With most teams if the coach has been there already, this week will be a review," McPhee said. "But Adams going to have to teach a system in the next week or so." Ovechkin said hell probably contribute to some ragged hockey in the coming days. Even though hes been playing, the rink size and style of play are different in Russia. "The first couple of games I think is going to be hard," he said, "because the system and the ice, smaller rink, faster hockey. You have to get used to it." While Ovechkin says hes healthy and ready to go after his stint in Russia, Capitals teammate Nicklas Backstrom is recovering from a neck injury suffered while playing last month with Dynamo. McPhee said he wasnt allowed to talk about Backstroms health or give the player a physical until the CBA is ratified. Oates, meanwhile, has been waiting impatiently to make his head coaching debut. When he heard at 5 a.m. Sunday that a tentative deal to end the lockout had been reached, he immediately headed to the Capitals practice facility and arrived at 5:30 a.m. -- even though there wasnt much to do. "Thats been one of the toughest things as a hockey man -- we havent been tired," Oates said. "When you play a season, the games at 7 oclock at night, you get home at midnight. When youre on the road, you get home at 2 in the morning, the next day youre dragging a little bit. I mean, we havent been tired for three months. Were bored out of our minds." Oates said he was thinking strategy every day during the lockout. "Im sure every coach in the league is over-prepared," he said. ' ' '

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