South Carolina Vs. Mississippi State Final Score: Marcus Lattimore Injury Mars Cocks Victory

The good news for the South Carolina Gamecocks: a 14-12 conference win over a grueling opponent, the Mississippi St. Bulldogs. The bad news: Marcus Lattimore left late with a left leg injury. Here's a photo of him being walked off the field on crutches with his leg heavily wrapped:

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Lattimore was held to only 39 yards on the day in a game that was light on offense. In his first start as Carolina's definite, absolute starter, Connor Shaw threw for 154 yards on 27 attempts, including a touchdown throw to Aslhon Jeffery.

The other starter, Tyler Russell, completed only 11 of his 27 efforts. This game also saw a minor Dylan Favre appearance. Those are important to track.

Here’s this week’s college football TV schedule, and stay tuned to SB Nation’s college football news hub for more. For more on the Gamecocks, head over to the SB Nation blog Garnet and Black Attack

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