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Five big things: Tennessee vs. South Carolina
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South Carolina will meet Tennessee on the field at Williams-Brice Saturday evening for a Southeastern Conference match-up. Listen to my .

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South Carolina will wear black jerseys and black pants Saturday night against Tennessee, hopefully firing up a team that has lost three straight

Maybe someday South Carolina-Tennessee will be a big game, but Saturday is not that day. It certainly had that potential at the beginning of the season, as Tennessee looked like a potential upstart that could wreck the Gamecocks' bid for an SEC East title, or possibly even a College Football Playoff berth.

However, that's not how the has season ended up working out. South Carolina started the season off in a disappointing way, getting blown out by Texas A&M to start the season, and it was mostly downhill from there, as the Gamecocks sit at 4-4. Tennessee has shown some bright spots, but the Volunteers are still a doormat in the SEC, sitting at 3-5.

South Carolina should bounce back under Steve Spurrier, and Butch Jones is recruiting well enough for Tennessee to be competitive in the SEC, so maybe eventually South Carolina-Tennessee will really matter. This is not that year.

Five big things: Tennessee vs. South Carolina

1. November, Finally: Tennessee's schedule has been among the very toughest in the nation. The Vols have played three top-five foes already, plus ranked Georgia. The worst is over. Four November games and not a ranked opponent in the bunch, at least as of now.
2. On the Road: Road wins have been few and far between. Aside from Vanderbilt and Kentucky, the Vols haven't won an SEC road game since beating Mississippi State in 2007. UT hasn't won in Columbia since 2006.
3. Dobbs' Job: Barring a Justin Worley surprise appearance, this will be Joshua Dobbs' game from the first snap. If the sophomore quarterback plays as well as he did against Alabama, the Vols have a chance to spring the upset. It'll be interesting to see how South Carolina reacts with a week to study Dobbs on videotape.
4. Bowl Math: The goal for Team 118 was to become bowl eligible. The Vols are running out of chances. They're 3-5 with four games left. This isn't a must-win game but it's close.