South Carolina vs. Georgia 2012 video highlights: Connor Shaw leads the way for Gamecocks

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South Carolina rolled Georgia 35-7. Connor Shaw threw for 162 yards on only ten passes and rushed for over 70 yards as well, scoring three touchdowns in the process.

Here are some of the video highlights of South Carolina throttling Georgia 35-7.

The Gamecocks put up a 21-0 lead on the Bulldogs in the first quarter and never looked back. Connor Shaw got things going by leading an opening 76 yard drive and capping it off with a 20 yard touchdown pass to Bruce Ellington to put S.C. up 7-0.

Georgia would then force a critical interception of Aaron Murray on the next drive after the ball was batted high into the air and recovered by a South Carolina player. On the subsequent South Carolina drive, steady doses of Shaw and Marcus Lattimore would lead to a Shaw to Rory Anderson connection to make it 14-0. After throttling the Georgia offense once more, South Carolina added a dagger among daggers, as Ace Sanders would bobble a punt return, pick it back up, break tackles and scamper 70 yards for a 21-0 lead. After that South Carolina held on for much of the rest of the game.

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