USC's Deebo Samuel Says He Didn't Break Leg

USC's Deebo Samuel Says He Didn't Break Leg

SC receiver Deebo Samuel is lost for the year after breaking his leg against Kentucky.

SC appeared to be in control, but the offense stalled as Johnson and Snell went to work for the Kentucky offense, which scored 20 unanswered points.

This is the first time in the Mark Stoops era that the Cats are 3-0.

South Carolina's offense scored a touchdown on the first play of the game and its defense forced a turnover on its second play from scrimmage.

Bentley completed 24 of 36 passes for 304 yards, with two touchdowns and two interceptions. They took South Carolina's opening punch and then won every big moment the rest of the way. He was taken into the medical tent and returned to the field shortly after. Kicking was an issue for SC, who missed all three of their field goal attempts and an extra point attempt off Samuel's opening touchdown.

Samuel accounted for USC's only first half points versus Kentucky.

"He's an outstanding teammate and an outstanding friend", quarterback Jake Bentley said, according to The State. He finished with five catches for 122 yards.

"I don't have all the information, but I know he's going to be out for the year", Muschamp said right after the game.

Johnson rushed for 74 yards, with 54 of them coming on one play late in the fourth quarter to set up a 21-yard Austin MacGinnis field goal, his third of the game. "We had a little bit of time left so I made sure I didn't go out od bounds and stop the clock". Kickoff is at 7:30 p.m.



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