Sound Off: Keys to South Carolina beating Tennessee in Neyland Stadium

COLUMBIA, S.C. — Coming off a big home win over Arkansas, South Carolina is set to hit the road to play Tennessee. Mike Chapman joins SEC Country’s Hale McGranahan to preview the Week 7 game against the Razorbacks in this edition of Zaxby’s Sound Off.

South Carolina hopes to keep momentum on Rocky Top

It’s been a while since South Carolina fans have seen a performance like the one last  Saturday against Arkansas. (:13)

The Gamecocks had a trio of scores on defense. That’s pretty darn impressive. (:30)

South Carolina’s defense will have its hands full against Tennessee running back John Kelly, who leads the Vols in both rushing and receiving. ( 1:40)

Mike enjoyed how much pressure the Gamecocks put on the Razorbacks quarterback Austin Allen. ( 2:40)

Will we see the same type of performance against a freshman quarterback making his first start on Rocky Top? ( 3:05)

What’s the latest on the injury front for South Carolina? The Gamecocks hope to get some offensive linemen back this week, including junior right tackle Zack Bailey. ( 3:45)

Junior wide receivers Terry Googer and Deebo Samuel will not be available to play in Neyland Stadium. ( 4:55)

Is the Gamecocks running game trending in the right direction? Perhaps. ( 5:52)

Junior Blake Camper saw some action at offensive tackle against Arkansas. That might help things out in the run game. ( 6:38)

Which guys step up for junior tight end K.C. Crosby, who went down with an ankle injury against the Razorbacks? ( 7:35)

It’s a  noon kickoff against Tennessee, South Carolina’s first one of the year. The Vols are coming off a bye week. What could be in store? ( 8:19)

Neyland Stadium hasn’t been too kind to the Gamecocks. ( 8:42)

There have been a lot of distractions for the Tennessee football team, from the Butch Jones hot seat talk to fights in practice, it hasn’t been a good few weeks in the Vols media. ( 9:15)

Look no further than the news of a new starting quarterback for  Saturday’s game. ( 10:50)

If South Carolina can score early, it might be a long day for Tennessee. ( 11:45)

A few interesting tidbits about the South Carolina-Tennessee series and what it’s meant for previous Vols coaches. ( 12:06)

Gamecock fans may not want to remember the last time a quarterback made his first career start for the Vols. ( 13:20)

The guys make their predictions. ( 13:40)

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