Gamecocks Drop 4th Straight

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News 12 @ 11 Saturday, Nov 10

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) -- Tim Tebow accounted for all seven of
Florida's touchdowns, a school record five rushing and two passing,
as the Gators kept alive their hopes of making the Southeastern
Conference title game with a 51-31 victory over South Carolina

Tebow was 22-for-32 for a career-best 304 yards and ran for 120
yards, accounting for more than three-quarters of the offense for
the Number 17 Gators (7-3, 5-3 SEC).

No sophomore has won the Heisman Trophy, but Tebow is making
quite a case by carrying the defending national champions.

It was another terrible defensive outing for the Gamecocks (6-5,
3-5), who allowed 233 yards rushing and 537 yards total a week
after giving up 651 yards, 542 of them on the ground, in a loss to