South Carolina coach says team lacked focus, effort against

By: associated press
By: associated press

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) -- After watching tape of last week's loss to
Vanderbilt, South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier wonders if he might
have booed the Gamecocks too.

Spurrier says he doesn't blame the fans that booed the Number 15
Gamecocks after the 17-6 loss because ti appeared some of his players didn't care.

Spurrier says he is planning more changes as his team prepares to travel to Tennessee this weekend. Spurrier says he will play three quarterbacks, adding third-stringer Tommy Beecher into the mix with starter Chris Smelley and backup Blake Mitchell.

The Gamecocks can still win the SEC East if they can beat the Vols, Arkansas and Florida. But Spurrier reminds fans that winning the SEC is not the team's only goal.


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