South Carolina rolls over Charlotte in second half to 56-20 win
COLUMBIA, S.C. (WIS) - The Gamecocks are back on track after two crushing losses in the SEC. South Carolina secured a strong win over Charlotte late Saturday, 56-20.
The 49ers kept pace to start, getting out to a 7-3 lead in the first quarter and forcing the Gamecocks to record a fourth game without a first quarter touchdown.
South Carolina led Charlotte 20-14 at the half.
The Gamecocks turned on the jets in the second half, picking up two interceptions in the third quarter and another in the fourth.
South Carolina cruised to a 56-20 victory, marked by 169 yards on 15 carries for three touchdowns from MarShawn Lloyd. The running back executed a track & field style hurdle en route to his first touchdown of the game in the first quarter.
The Gamecocks close out their three-game homestand next weekend against South Carolina State. Kickoff is slated for 12 p.m. on SEC Network.
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