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South Carolina Football: Steve Spurrier weekly Tuesday press conference

Head coach Steve Spurrier discussed Leonard Fournette's legacy, the state of Lorenzo Nunez's shoulder, some notable injuries, the Midlands flooding and much more in his weekly press conference with the media.

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The South Carolina Gamecocks take on the LSU Tigers presumably in Williams-Brice Stadium this Saturday. While the location and status of the game may be somewhat up in the air, the presence of Leonard Fournette is a given. Steve Spurrier discussed how the Gamecocks plan to slow down Fournette amongst other topics in his weekly gathering with the media.

Here are some highlights from the Week 6 press conference:

On the recent flooding in Columbia and surrounding areas:

On LSU running back Leonard Fournette:

On Lorenzo Nunez's development and play last week:

On any comparison's to the 2005 team that started 0-3 in the SEC:

Preparations for LSU:

Injury update:

RB Brandon Wilds should be 100% by Saturday, and will start if he is. It looks like he'll be able to practice most of the week.

WR Deebo Samuel has been kept out with a hamstring injury the past couple of weeks, but could be back this week.

C Alan Knott could come back this week, but Spurrier believes Zack Bailey has filled in just fine thus far.

You can catch Spurrier's full press conference, as well as safety Isaiah Johnson and T.J. Holoman's presser here.