Gamecocks are Bama's top SEC threat 

October, 7, 2012

Aaron Murray Kevin C. Cox/Getty ImagesAgainst Jadeveon Clowney and South Carolina, the SEC had better keep its head on a swivel.
We started Saturday believing that the LSU Tigers, wobbly as they had been, were still likely the second-best team in the SEC. But the conversation had started to evolve so that perhaps the Georgia Bulldogs or South Carolina Gamecocks, or maybe the Florida Gators, were creeping toward the Tigers.

We ended Saturday believing that the Gamecocks, who held a supposedly unstoppable Georgia offense to a touchdown in garbage time in a 28-point win, are the league's No. 2. Heck, they'll now be the nation's No. 3 thanks to FSU.