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South Carolina at Texas A&M: Week 5 Injury Report

The Gamecocks get a couple guys back, but are still without some key contributors.

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The South Carolina Gamecocks head off to College Station, where they’ll be without some key contributors against Texas A&M. Former and oft-injured cornerback Akeem Auguste will guide you through who’s in and who’s out for the Gamecocks on Saturday.

Zero Augustes - Full go!

One Augustes - Should play, but won't start

Two Augustes - Game-time decision

Three Augustes - Questionable

Four Augustes - Unlikely

Five Augustes - Out

Bryson Allen-Williams — Five Augustes

The veteran linebacker sat out the Louisiana Tech game with a shoulder injury, and it was more serious than initially thought. Allen-Williams has undergone surgery and will miss the rest of the season, though he plans to take a redshirt year and return in 2018.

Zack Bailey — Five Augustes

The right tackle remains on the shelf after suffering a high ankle sprain against Kentucky.

Cory Helms — Five Augustes

Another offensive lineman the Gamecocks could ill afford to lose, Helms is dealing with an ankle injury of his own that he suffered against Louisiana Tech.

Steven Montac — Three Augustes

The defensive back rejoins the travel roster after battling a nagging foot injury for much of the season.

Tavyn Jackson — Two Augustes

Another young defensive back the Gamecocks had counted on for some depth, Jackson has been struggling with hamstring issues since fall camp. Good news: He’s traveling with the team to College Station and could see his first action of the season.