Feel like we've mentioned South Carolina Gamecocks wide receiver Alshon Jeffery in like every update of the Capital One Bowl so far? We probably have. This update's angle: the Cocks can score passing touchdowns even without Jeffery, who was ejected after getting into a slapfight with his Nebraska Cornhuskers coverage.
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The latest strike: a nine-yarder from Connor Shaw to Kenny Miles, Shaw's third overall score of the day. He's up to 220 yards on only 13 attempts, and if they're able to move the ball minus their best weapon, Nebraska might be in a fine piece of trouble.
The Huskers are within 20 yards of Sakerlina in the yardage battle, but two turnovers have them in the hole.
For more on the Capital One Bowl, visit South Carolina blog Garnet and Black Attack and Nebraska blog Corn Nation. Also check out Big Ten blog Off Tackle Empire and SEC blog Team Speed Kills.