South Carolina's new-look offense not enough as Tennessee hangs on to take opener

COLUMBIA, S.C. — The South Carolina football team came off the field at halftime Saturday to a smattering of boos. Considering how the offense fared through most of the first 30 minutes, that wasn’t totally surprising.The Gamecocks got down but not out against Tennessee, the offense started to deliver after halftime, but it wasn’t enough because of some defensive miscues and a curious decision.The 31-27 loss was the second in a row to the Vols and the second in Will Muschamp’s head coaching career. It’s the second consecutive defeat in an opener and had some of the same raggedness of last seas…

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