Coming off a lackluster offensive performance against Florida, the Gamecocks are set to rumble with The Citadel at home this weekend. The Bulldogs, a 3-loss Southern Conference team, who share a piece of the conference title , feature a fast paced triple-option offense. This is a good FCS team and doesn't look to be a cakewalk for the 2015 Gamecocks. Luckily, most of the team's starters are set to play this week and the return of a few familiar faces should help bolster the offense.
Without further ado, I'll let Mr. Auguste's army of tiny heads update you with the latest Gamecock injury report (for the backstory on that, click here.)
|One Auguste||Expected to play, might not start|
|Two Augustes||Game-time decision|
Deebo Samuel, WR
Deebo's back! Samuel, who has been fighting a nagging hamstring injury that has kept him sidelined since the Georgia game practiced fully this week and expects to play against Citadel.
Skai Moore, WR
A hip injury has kept Carolina's best definsive player talent from practicing at full speed again this week, but he's not expected to miss any time.
Cody Waldrop, OL
Offensive lineman Cody Waldrop has had a slow road to recovery from an ankle injury he suffered in practice while preparing for the Kentucky game. He missed the Florida game and will likely miss this one as well.
Mason Zandi, OL
Zandi is expected to miss at least one week with an ankle injury, and may miss the Clemson game as well. True Freshman Blake Camper is slated to get the start instead.
Taylor Stallworth, DL
Stallworth, who suffered a chest injury against A&M, is expected to miss the Tennessee game. He's been part of a rotation at Defensive Tackle in parts of 7 games this year, so hopefully his absence will be mitigated by the rest of the line.
Jerad Washington, WR
Washington, a true freshman who was taking reps with the third team, broke his leg in practice just before the season opener and will miss the entire season.
Shaq Davidson, WR
The redshirt freshman had his season wiped out due to a torn ligament in his knee that required surgery to repair.