Capitol One Bowl: Perspective

By: Associated Press Email
By: Associated Press Email

South Carolina and Nebraska had hoped to wind up somewhere else besides the Capital One Bowl.

But whichever team walks off the field Monday with a victory will be celebrating a milestone for its program.

The No. 10 Gamecocks can post 11 victories for the first time in
school history and put a positive stamp on a season full of
controversy.

The No. 21 Cornhuskers can end their first season playing Big
Ten football by reaching 10 wins for the third consecutive year.

Both teams have mobile quarterbacks in South Carolina's Connor
Shaw and Nebraska's Taylor Martinez, and players and coaches on
both sides say that containing their ability to run could decide
the game.


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