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Alabama vs South Carolina: A Historical Retrospective

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Since South Carolina resided in the ACC until the mid 1970s and held off joining the SEC until 1992, the opportunities to face the Crimson Tide on the football field have been relatively rare. In fact there have been only 13 games between the two in the 72-years since their first contest.

Saturday will be Homecoming on the University of Alabama campus and it will mark the fourth time the Gamecocks have been the opponent for the celebratory football game.

Alabama vs South Carolina Historical Record

Season W/L Score Date Location Game Information
1937 W 20-0 Oct. 9 Tuscaloosa, Ala. SEC Champions
1942 W 29-0 Nov. 7 Tuscaloosa, Ala. Homecoming
1945 W 55-0 Oct. 13 Montgomery, Ala. SEC Champions
1946 W 14-6 Oct. 5 Colombia, S.C.
1965 W 35-14 Nov. 13 Tuscaloosa, Ala. AP National Champions
1966 W 24-0 Nov. 12 Tuscaloosa, Ala. Homecoming SEC Champions
1967 W 17-0 Nov. 18 Tuscaloosa, Ala.
1992 W 48-7 Oct. 3 Tuscaloosa, Ala. Homecoming National Champions
1993 W 17-6 Oct. 2 Colombia, S.C. Forfeited by NCAA
2000 W 27-17 Sept. 30 Tuscaloosa, Ala.
2001 L 36-37 Sept. 29 Colombia, S.C.
2004 L 3-20 Oct. 2 Tuscaloosa, Ala.
2005 W 37-14 Sept. 17 Colombia, S.C. NCAA vacation under appeal

Source: The University of Alabama 2009 Football Media Guide

 

Alabama vs South Carolina: The Record Book

Record Place Year Statistic Holder
Highest Completion Pct. (single game, min. 20) 1st 2001 80% Tyler Watts
Most Receptions (single game) 8th 2000 9 Antonio Carter
Longest TD Rushes  9th 1942 84 yds Dave Brown
Longest Field Goals 13th (tied) 2000 50 yds Neal Thomas
Games With Two Backs Over 100 yds n/a 1992
120 yds
100 yds
Chris Anderson
Derrick Lassic

Source: The University of Alabama Football Record Book

Note: While we are relying on the record book created by the UA athletic department for these entries, the publicly available edition is only complete up through 2006 and the information on these records available in the current Media Guide is limited. We welcome any information concerning records which may have been surpassed since that time.