BY MIKE WILSON | SportingAlert.com
Published on Aug. 30, 2013 10:20 a.m. CST . 0 comment
(Sporting Alert) — The following are the results on the opening night of the NCAAF – College Football – season on Thursday, with No. 6 South Carolina and No. 24 USC among the winners on the night.
After a long delay with less than 10-minutes left in the game, the sixth-ranked Gamecocks came away with an easy 27-10 victory over North Carolina.
“Our defense took back a big play, and then we held them down around the goal line. Our offense wasn’t very good in the fourth quarter, but we did some good running and obviously hit some big plays in the game,” said South Carolina head Coach Steve Spurrier, who was happy with the overall result.
Junior Defensive End Jadeveon Clowney was full of energy in the game and he certainly helped to get the entire going.
Defensive Coordinator Lorenzo Ward said: I think it wasn’t just Clowney. I think the entire defense got winded.
“We knew coming into the ball game that they were going to hurry up. We tried to simulate it in practice, but that was the fastest team I’ve ever seen.”
Meanwhile, No. 24 USC picked up an easy 30-13 victory over Hawaii also on Thursday night.
Thursday, August 29 – NCAAF College Football Scores
No. 6 South Carolina 27, North Carolina 10 Box Score
No. 24 USC 30, Hawaii 13 Box Score
Kent State 17, Liberty 10 Box Score
Wake Forest 31, Presbyterian 7 Box Score
Indiana 73, Indiana State 35 Box Score
Minnesota 51, UNLV 23 Box Score
Bowling Green 34, Tulsa 7 Box Score
Ball State 51, Illinois State 28 Box Score
UCF 38, Akron 7 Box Score
Southern Utah 22, South Alabama 21 Box Score
Towson 33, Connecticut 18 Box Score
Middle Tennessee 45, Western Carolina 24 Box Score
Utah 30, Utah State 26 Box Score
Tulane 34, Jackson State 7 Box Score
Ole Miss 39, Vanderbilt 35 Box Score
San Jose State 24, Sacramento State 0 Box Score
Fresno State 52, Rutgers 51 (OT) Box Score
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