COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) -- South Carolina coaches have a new goal for the Gamecocks' defense against Wofford's option attack.
After months of letting players loose to chase the ball carrier in a controlled frenzy, defensive line coach Brad Lawing says the No. 12 Gamecocks (8-2) will need discipline to keep the Terriers (8-2) in check Saturday.
South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier expects a tough game from the Football Championship Subdivision Terriers. He has faced Wofford twice with the Gamecocks, and both games were close into the fourth quarter.
With a win, the Gamecocks can become just the second South Carolina team to go 7-0 at home. Also Spurrier can tie Rex Enright's school record 64 coaching victories.