3:00 pm CST.
Channel: SEC Network
Announcers: Dave Neal Play-by-play, Matt Stinchcomb ColorLivestreaming: WatchESPN.com or the WatchESPN App
Chuck Barrett and Quinn Grovey will call the game.
Here's the list of affiliates. (you can also stream the call from that link on standard or mobile)On satellite radio, the game will be on Sirius 138 and XM 191.
If you’re in Columbia for the game you can tune into 107.5 for local Gamecock Radio coverage.
This line opened at South Carolina (-1) and has moved all the way to Arkansas (-3) in some books with an O/U of (45). I’m tentatively taking the Hogs here. And unfortunately think the defense flexes enough that the over is the play here as well.
High of 84 degrees in Columbia, SC on Saturday, but a 45% chance of rain at kick off (and a decent chance sometime during the game. If Muschamp’s game plan is to make Arkansas pass… they may be doing so in the rain.
Before the addition of A&M and the other team in Columbia, this South Carolina game happened every season. It was always an interesting “rivalry” of the 2 newcomers to the SEC that were about as far as physically possible from one another within the SEC footprint. Now they’re just another team we only see every 7 years or so like that cousin who shows up at a family wedding that you used to see every summer. This has been a difficult Gamecocks team to follow this season. They beat the streaking NC State Wolfpack in their opener, but have lost to Kentucky and A&M in their last 2 SEC games and beat LA Tech by 1 in between. If Arkansas can put together some sustained drives (circa 2015 Hogs) and stay out of big mistakes on defense, that should be enough to beat a mediocre USC team. Those are medium to big sized “ifs” in 2017 however. I think they’ll be able to do both of those to a B- average on Saturday and gain a very important W for a team that needs every one they can root out if they have hopes for a Bowl birth this season. Here’s for glimmers of 2015 style highlights on Saturday Hog fans! Go Hogs!