College Football is unpredictable. Florida, Georgia and South Carolina came into the season as the three teams to beat in the SEC East. In week eight of the college football season, who would have thought that all three of these teams would lose despite being favored in their games against Missouri, Tennessee and Vanderbilt. Here's how the SEC East blew up on Saturday afternoon.
Tennessee 23 South Carolina 21
The Vols jumped out to a 17-7 half-time lead but the Gamecocks came roaring back in the second half to take a lead deep into the fourth quarter. The Gamecocks would lose starting QB Connor Shaw in the closing minutes of the game to an apparent knee injury. Down one point. the Vols got the ball back with 2:48 left in the game and a prayer was answered when Marques North somehow came down with a Justin Worley bomb. Michael Palardy would hit his second FG of the fourth quarter and the Vols shocked the Gamecocks.
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