11 Most Memorable Games of the Steve Spurrier Era: No. 3

The 2015 football season is now less than three 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 #3. 

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

3. Nov. 13, 2010 - South Carolina 36 Florida 14

Why It Makes The List

South Carolina had never beaten Florida in Gainesville and the Gamecocks had never made the trip to the Sunshine State with so much on the line. The game served as a de facto SEC East championship, with the winner earning a berth in Atlanta for the conference title game. Florida had scheduled a "Blue-Out" for the game and things looked good early for the Gators when Andre Dubose returned the opening kickoff 99 yards for a touchdown. After that, it was all Gamecocks, as South Carolina scored the next 29 points. Marcus Lattimore ran for 212 yards on 40 carries and three touchdowns and the Gamecocks clinched their first division championship in football since joining the SEC in 1992. 

Why It's Not Higher

The Gamecocks were pummeled 56-17 in the SEC Championship by eventual national champion Auburn, taking some of the shine off of the Eastern Division title. Florida, not nearly the Gators of previous seasons, finished 4-4 in conference play.