Greatest "Spurrier Era" Gamecocks: By Jersey Number (60-69)

Our list of the greatest Spurrier-coached Gamecocks by jersey number continues with some recognition for the guys in the trenches.

#60 Chris White

White started every game of his final two seasons. Behind him, the Gamecocks rolled up over 400 total yards in the final four games of the 2006 season.

Runner-up: Terrence Campbell


#61 Travis Ford

A former walk-on center, Ford worked his way to the second-string and backed up T.J. Johnson. He played in 10 games from 2011-2012. 


Runner-up: Keron Rouse


#62 Pierre Andrews

Andrews worked as a guard and center during his career. He played in the first two games of the 2008 season. 

Runner-up: Davis Moore


#63 Seaver Brown

Another versatile lineman who played guard and center, Brown made six starts in 2007. He was the most used starting guard on the roster during that season. 

Runner-up: Chris Vaughn

#64 Kevin Young

Young's career at South Carolina was plagued by injuries. After redshirting for the 2006 season, he was supposed to make his first college start against Georgia in 2007. However, he injured his ankle that week and did not play the rest of the season.

Runner-up: Stephen Pitts

#65 Brock Stadnik

After redshirting in 2012, Stadnik played on the offensive line in the road win over Arkansas. He also saw plenty of playing time against Coastal Carolina.

Runner-up: Ryan Broadhead

#66 Hutch Eckerson

Eckerson played in four of his five seasons with South Carolina. He turned in a steady performance in 2010.

Runner-up: N/A

#67 Ronald Patrick

Patrick was one of only two offensive linemen to start every game in 2012. He started 19 games in a row for the Gamecocks before an ankle injury forced him to miss last year's Tennessee game.

Runner-up: James Thompson

#68 Kyle Nunn

Nunn played in all 14 games of the 2010 season. He spent time at both left and right tackle, starting the final five games of the year.

Runner-up: Matt Raysor

#69 Matt Grooms

Grooms spent his career as a reserve long snapper. 

Runner-up: Seth Edwards