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The Feed Pail: September 15, 2014

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Streeter Lecka

TFP - "Some wins are better than others. I think this one was better than most others."

Leftover Hotdog: The Rain Game Notes by Billy Koehler.

ESPN SEC Blog: SEC Power Rankings: Week 3 and Best of the visits: SEC.

Saturday Down South: 5 biggest takeaways: Gamecocks show preseason Top 10 muscle vs. Georgia by Brad Crawford.  Plus - South Carolina Report Card: Gamecocks play near complete game in Georgia win.

Post & Courier: Spurrier: Gamecocks to face 'knock-down, drag-out' against Vanderbilt by David Caraviello; Plus - Gamecocks again thrive behind running game.  Both articles look free to me.

Gamecocksonline: Big leap forward: Spurrier, Gamecocks still looking for improvement by Josh Kendall.  Riding the free page views again as long as they last.

The Big Spur: Gamecocks' ground game better than UGA's in cruch time by John Del Bianco.

Garnet & Cocky: Brandon Wilds and Skai Moore are our players of the game by Tradd Jones.

The Daily Gamecock: Passing game enjoys breakout performance by Tanner Abel.

Phil Kornblut: USC’s top 2016 quarterback target visits again Saturday.  Will we lose another top QB recruit to Penn State?

Gamecock Cereal: Avery Wilkes posts This, that and the other: Interesting quotes from USC-UGA.  On the mother ship, he also posts Spurrier Looks for More Improvement at Vanderbilt.

247: Kevin Ryan names Dylan Thompson the National player of the week: Offense, while J.C. Shurburtt lauds Skai Moore as one of the top 5 SEC Rising Stars on Defense and also tabs Dylan Thompson as the top SEC offensive performer.

CBS Sports: Jon Solomon writes SEC East will be a division of inches.

College Spun: ReallyESPN’s Desmond Howard Didn’t Include South Carolina In His Top-25 Power Rankings This Week.

Yahoo! Sports: AP/Pete Iacobelli story - No. 14 South Carolina with season-saving win.

Saturday Blitz: What to Make of South Carolina Gamecocks.

Al.com: Paul Finebaum sets the record straight after he gets trolled by the HBC.  "Love Spurrier and hate to ruin a good story, but I picked South Carolina to upset Georgia today on SEC Nation."

Get the Picture: Observations from the end zone, Georgia-South Carolina - the Senator is surprisingly mild and even-handed.  No cracks on Columbia or USC fans; no blaming the referees; praise for Williams-Brice Stadium. I would just hate to think the rest of his hairy dawg brethren were just making crap up to cover the gigantic hole that the HBC just shot through their hearts.

~ The Poop Deck ~

The Big Lead: UMass Embarrassed Vanderbilt With a Touchdown on a Fake Punt.

Anchor of Gold: Win Over UMass Propels Vanderbilt Into Top 100 of Sagarin Ratings.

USAToday: The 'Dores come in at # 6 on Misery Index Week 3.  Guess what other two SEC East times join the fun?

~ Extra Points ~

Fox Sports: Big Picture: Why Oklahoma can live up to hype, ECU's upset and more.  Dana Holgorsen toes the Big XII's party line and insults the Sabanator in the process - apparently for not whipping his ass hard enough in the Georgia Dome. "[W]ithout a doubt Oklahoma is a bigger test than Alabama." Holgo is a shmuck but he will always have a special place in our hearts for this.

NBC PFT: Speaking of controversial calls -  SEC releases statement, finds nothing wrong with UF-UK overtime non-call.