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Gamecocks riding high after Alabama upset...No. 2 Ohio State rolls
UNDATED (AP) — Steve Spurrier called it "a fun game." For his South Carolina Gamecocks, it was. For top-ranked Alabama, not so much.
In a major upset, Spurrier's Gamecocks felled a No. 1-ranked team for the first time, ending the Crimson Tide's 19-game winning streak, 35-21. Stephen Garcia threw three touchdown passes. Marcus Lattimore had two TD runs.
The Crimson Tide had not lost since dropping the Sugar Bowl to Utah after the 2008 season.
Afterward, Alabama coach Nick Saban credited Spurrier's team by saying: "It's not like we just lost. They beat us. They outexecuted us."