11 Most Memorable Games of the Steve Spurrier Era: No. 7

With another Thursday upon us, the 2015 football season is now just seven weeks away.

Steve Spurrier is entering his 11th season as South Carolina's head coach, so we are taking a trip down memory lane as the regular season approaches. 

The staff at Gamecock Central has compiled the 11 most memorable games of the Spurrier Era. Today, we present #7. 

(List compiled by Trey Asbelle, Chris Clark, Paul Collins, Scott Hood, Rixon Lane, and Chris Wellbaum)

7. Sept. 10, 2011 - South Carolina 45 Georgia 42

Why It Makes The List

After a win over the Bulldogs helped South Carolina reach the SEC Championship game the previous year, the Gamecocks were searching for a second consecutive victory over Georgia. In a wild, back-and-forth affair that featured 60 points in the second half , defensive end Melvin Ingram stole the show. The senior took a fake punt 68 yards for a touchdown and scooped up a fumble from five yards out and took it to the end zone to give South Carolina its final points of the day. Marcus Lattimore battered the Bulldog defense for a second straight season, averaging 6.5 yards per carry and recording a 176 yards on the ground. 

Why It's Not Higher

Despite the win over Georgia, South Carolina failed to get back to Atlanta. The Bulldog won their other seven games in conference play and represented the East in the SEC title game.