The South Carolina Gamecocks get a breather after the conclusion of SEC play and before the annual trip to Clemson when the Chattanooga Mocs come to town. Fortunately, they’re slightly less of a walking MASH unit than they were a couple weeks ago. Former and oft-injured Akeem Auguste is here to guide you through the final injury report.
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
Jaylin Dickerson — Five Augustes
Tough break for the redshirt freshman safety, who missed all of last season after shoulder surgery and is now dealing with a hamstring injury suffered against the Gators. This also puts South Carolina’s depth chart at safety in a new and exciting predicament with the previously announced losses of Jamyest Williams and Javon Charleston for the year.
Bryson Allen-Williams — Five Augustes
The Gamecocks lost one of their senior leaders when the defensive end/linebacker needed ankle surgery after Florida. A bowl game return is theoretically possible.
Aaron Sterling — Four Augustes
The sophomore defensive end came up gimpy with a knee injury against Ole Miss and is still unlikely to go tomorrow.
J.T. Ibe — Three Augustes
Earlier this week, coach Will Muschamp floated the idea that the senior safety could be ready for the Mocs. Ibe has been dealing with a knee injury for several weeks to this point.
Ty’Son Williams — Two Augustes
The junior running back suffered a broken hand against Ole Miss and was viewed as probable to play against Florida, but never made it into the game against the Gators. Muschamp seemed more bullish about his chances this week.