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Young started the first two games of the year, but struggled against Missouri and was replaced during that game by Daley, a three-star prospect who played at Ridge View High School.
Shell game: Kentucky used three different players at quarterback in the first quarter alone, and none of them was backup quarterback Drew Barker, a one-time SC recruiting target.
It did not start that way, though.
Samuel was making big plays for SC before getting hurt.
Snell and offense took over with two long, first-half scoring drives for a 14-6 lead.
Kentucky's run began with a fourth-quarter rally when Allen-Williams was a freshman. He capped an 11-play sequence with his second touchdown. Tailback Benny Snell bruised his ribs in last week's win over Eastern Kentucky, but is expected to play.
Samuel was injured in the third quarter of South Carolina's 23-13 loss to Kentucky. Bentley finished 24-for-35 for 304 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions. Samuel came into Saturday with two 97-yard kickoff returns for touchdowns and two receiving touchdowns.
But Samuel was slow to get up after a 9-yard catch in the third quarter.
The Gators have won 30 straight games over 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.
South Carolina: The Gamecocks were poised for a Top 25 breakthrough with a victory.
SC has lost four straight to Kentucky and will face Texas A&M and Tennessee in road contests in the next four weeks.?
The University of SC football team had everything going for it on Saturday night ... a pair of impressive road wins under its belt, a raucous home crowd at its back and a favorable matchup against an ostensibly inferior conference opponent.
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