Muschamp seeking answers for Gamecocks' offense

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - South Carolina coach Will Muschamp had planned to be on a recruiting trip after his team's game with Georgia.

Instead, disgusted by another demoralizing loss for the Gamecocks (2-4, 1-4 Southeastern Conference), Muschamp says he's sticking around campus and looking for ways to improve the players he's got rather than focus on those recruits he hopes to sign.

The Gamecocks struggled on offense and defense in their 28-14 loss to the Bulldogs this past Sunday.

South Carolina, last in SEC rushing and in stopping the rush, were exposed both ways against Georgia. The Bulldogs piled up a season-high 326 yards rushing and held the Gamecocks to 30 yards on 26 carries.

Muschamp says this week that all starting spots are open during the team's bye week. The Gamecocks' next game is at home against Massachusetts on Oct. 22.

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