"It's frustrating, we feel like we can move it against anybody we just have to start putting it in the endzone," quarterback Tyler Wilson said.
Regardless of what the stat sheet says, the Razorbacks proved to be no match for the Gamecocks.
"Its not being wired in and focused, attention to detail is so crucial and it just hasn't been there," Wilson says. "Bottom line is you goto work everyday and you work your a** to get it right and we didn't get it done," offensive coordinator Paul Petrino added.
With Jadeveon Clowney leading the rush Carolina repeatedly sent Tyler Wilson to the turf, battled and beaten late in the 4th quarter the Razorbacks refused to quit, and Wilson refused to sit on the bench.
"He's a senior and he's going to get every snap that he wants to take and he means that much to the program, he deserves to take whatever snap he wants to take and when he wants to come out he can come out," head coach John L. Smith said.
"As long as my guys look at me and say hey we're gonna keep at it and move the football I'm going to stay in there and I don't want to be the guy on the sideline when the rest of the starters are on the field, thats just the way I look at it."