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SC receiver Samuel out for season

17 September 2017, 08:55 | Charlene Valdez

SC receiver Samuel out for season

South Carolina wide receiver Deebo Samuel is helped by trainers after an injury during the second half of an NCAA college football game against South Carolina on Saturday Sept. 16 2017 in Columbia S.C

Allen-Williams, a senior, has sat through three losses to the Wildcats and hopes to put an end to that run when SC (2-0, 1-0 Southeastern Conference ) squares off against Kentucky (2-0) on Saturday night.

"He came off the field and tried to go again", Muschamp said.

"He's going to be part of everything we do", Bentley said after the game.

Quarterback Jake Bentley connected with Samuel for a 68-yard touchdown, which marked his sixth touchdown of the year. Samuel finished with five catches for 122 yardsbefore leaving in the second half with a broken leg.

The injury is one that will certainly impact the Gamecocks moving forward in a number of areas on offense and special teams. However, Austin MacGinnis responded with another field goal, his third of the game to take a 10-point lead with 2:07 remaining.

"The main thing is we were fired up and ready to play", he said. He scored on runs of 5 and 1 yards.

Kentucky returns home to face Florida on Saturday. SC missed four kicks against the Wildcats. SC field goal kicker Parker White missed both of his opportunities - from 52 and 54 yards, while Woznick missed from 42 yards.

Offensive line movement: Junior college transfer Dennis Daley (6-foot-6, 330 pounds) made his first major college start, replacing Malik Young at left tackle.

Snell, who's status was in doubt earlier in the week due to bruised ribs, rushed for scores of 5 and 1 yard in leading the Wildcats (1-0 Southeastern Conference) to their first 3-0 start since 2010. He had 73 rushing yards on 16 carries, often from the wildcat position, past year against SC, but Bowden is a newcomer. Two years ago, Kentucky snapped a 22-game SEC road losing streak at SC.

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