CONNOR SHAW: The senior quarterback, who spent his first couple of years at South Carolina in and out of coach Steve Spurrier’s doghouse, was a difference-maker Saturday against Arkansas, passing for 219 yards, rushing for 37 more and leading the powerful South Carolina offense in a 52-7 rout of the Razorbacks. Shaw threw 28 times, completing 19 with three touchdowns and no interceptions. Shaw was one of three quarterbacks who played for the Gamecocks.

CONNOR SHAW: The senior quarterback, who spent his first couple of years at South Carolina in and out of coach Steve Spurrier’s doghouse, was a difference-maker Saturday against Arkansas, passing for 219 yards, rushing for 37 more and leading the powerful South Carolina offense in a 52-7 rout of the Razorbacks. Shaw threw 28 times, completing 19 with three touchdowns and no interceptions. Shaw was one of three quarterbacks who played for the Gamecocks.


MIKE DAVIS: The South Carolina running back led all rushers with 128 yards and a touchdown. At 5-foot-9 and 215 pounds, Davis punished would-be tacklers most of the day, averaged 6.7 yards per carry. His longest trip was a 19-yard gain. Davis and back-up Shon Carson shared the load for the Gamecocks; Carson carried 15 times for 56 yards.


SAM IRWIN-HILL: The Arkansas punter recorded the longest punt in the Southeastern Conference this season on Saturday, booming a 79-yarder that trickled into the end zone for a touchback. It tied for the seventh-longest punt in school history; it also tied for the second-longest punt in the NCAA this season. His four punts Saturday averaged 53.5 yards.


BRUCE ELLINGTON: The junior receiver caught six Connor Shaw passes for 96 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Gamecocks. Ellington doubles as the point guard for the South Carolina basketball team.