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South Carolina at Ole Miss: Week 10 Injury Report

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No surprises, thankfully.

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The South Carolina Gamecocks hit the road again to pay a visit to the Ole Miss Rebels, and will thankfully do so in good health. Former and oft-injured Akeem Auguste is here to guide you through the final injury report, which doesn’t contain any ugly surprises.

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

J.T. Ibe — Five Augustes

The senior safety was originally targeted to return after the open date, but must still be laid up with that sprained knee.

Nick Harvey — Five Augustes

The senior safety is still unable to go after suffering a concussion against Texas A&M.

Dennis Daley — Five Augustes

Daley is, unfortunately, the newest and biggest addition to the injury report. The senior left tackle came out of the Tennessee game with a bum ankle and will be forced to miss the road trip to Ole Miss. Malik Young, who played most of the game against the Vols and also took a number of snaps during last season’s injury plague, will take Daley’s place. It’s a big loss for the Gamecocks, but thankfully Young is quite experienced for a younger backup.

Randrecous Davis — Two Augustes

The sophomore wide receiver suffered a foot injury and is day-to-day, according to coach Will Muschamp.

Chad Terrell — Two Augustes

The poor sophomore wide receiver has had a heck of a time staying healthy so far, this time dealing with a knee injury.