Georgia, S. Carolina suffer upsets

South Carolina entered Saturday's game against Tennessee on a four-game winning streak. That win streak ended as the Vols orchestrated a final drive that led to a game-winning field goal. This after Steve Spurrier called consecutive timeouts with 2:55 remaining and the Gamecocks facing fourth-and-2 on their own 26. He elected to punt, but South Carolina was unable to stop Tennessee's offense or the clock.

Georgia suffered a similar fate as it let a 13-point lead slip away to a Vanderbilt team that had yet to win a conference game. Which team, South Carolina or Georgia, has been the bigger letdown this season? Did either team experience the biggest upset in Week 8?

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  • Which was the biggest upset in Week 8?

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  • Which better describes South Carolina's 23-21 loss to Tennessee?

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  • How worried should South Carolina fans be about Connor Shaw's sprained knee?

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  • Which SEC team has been the biggest disappointment this season?

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  • Which team is more likely to win a national championship under its current head coach?

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  • What kind of coach is Mark Richt?

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  • What kind of coach is Steve Spurrier?

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