Massachusetts vs South Carolina football schedule: start time, tv channel, live stream online, NCAAF scores and results

Massachusetts vs South Carolina football schedule: start time, tv channel, live stream online, NCAAF scores and results

The Massachusetts Minutemen take on the South Carolina Gamecocks in one of the college football games on Saturday, October 22, 2016 start time at 12:00 PM ET, at William-Brice Stadium, Columbia, Southn Carolina.

The Massachusettes Minutemen (1-6) lost against the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs, 56-28, last week. Andrew Ford completed 29 of 40 passes for 268 yards and three touchdowns. In rushing, Sekai Lindsay ran for 40 yards in five attempts while Marquis Young added 40 yards and a touchdown in 10 attempts. In receiving, Adam Breneman posted 94 yards in seven receptions while Andy Isabella added 42 yards and a touchdown in five catches. Dan Jonah complimented for 35 yards and a touchdown.

Offensively, Massachusetts football is averaging 217.6 yards in passing and 99.7 yards in rushing. Defensively, Massachusetts football is yielding 262.4 yards in passing and 206.1 yards in rushing against the opposing teams.

The South Carolina Gamecocks (2-4) lost against the Georgia Bulldogs, 28-14, last week. Perry Orth completed 26 of 36 passes for 288 yards. In rushing, Rico Dowdle ran for 30 yards and a touchdown in seven carries while A.J. Turner added 30 yards in 11 carries. Deebo Samuel added nine yards and a touchdown. In receiving, Samuel posted 90 yards in four receptions while Hayden Hurst added 86 yards in six receptions.

Offensively, South Carolina football is averaging 212.2 yards in passing and 92.3 yards in rushing. Defensively, South Carolina football is yielding 173.0 yards in passing and 222.7 yards in rushing against the opposing teams.

Massachusetts vs South Carolina football game schedule:

Date: October 22, 2016
Start Time: 12:00 PM ET
TV Channel Schedule: SECN
Live Stream: Secn stream
Odds and Point Spread: -20.5 South Carolina, 45.0 O/U

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