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Lincoln lifts Volunteers over No. 15 Gamecocks in OT

Knoxville, TN (Sports Network) - Daniel Lincoln hit a field goal to force overtime and another to win as Tennessee recovered after blowing a three- touchdown lead to defeat 15th-ranked South Carolina, 27-24, in overtime at Neyland Stadium.

After LaMarcus Coker's 37-yard kick return gave Tennessee the ball near midfield with 1:11 remaining, Erik Ainge completed a pair of passes before the Vols picked up 18 yards on a fluke play. Arian Foster broke to the outside and was stripped cleanly, but offensive lineman Jacques McClendon fell on the ball for a first down at the Gamecocks 26. Three plays later, Ainge nearly gave the game away when he fumbled while being sacked, but Tennessee regained possession and spiked the ball in time to set up a 43-yard field goal attempt from Daniel Lincoln with five seconds remaining.

Lincoln hooked the kick badly, but a false start penalty negated the miss, and the Vols placekicker made good on his second opportunity to send the game to overtime when he hit from five yards deeper on the next snap.

Coker rumbled 12 yards for a first down on Tennessee's possession to open overtime, but the Vols ultimately had to settle for a 27-yard field goal from Lincoln.

"There will be a lot of talk about the two field goals," Lincoln said afterward. "But the kick return by LaMarcus (Coker) was huge."

The Tennessee defense, torched for 24 unanswered points in the second half, then came up with its biggest stand of the game to preserve the win. A busted flanker screen was blown up for a loss of five yards on the first snap, and the Vols defense forced fourth down when South Carolina quarterback Blake Mitchell overthrew Kenny McKinley in the corner of the end zone. Finally, Tennessee escaped when Ryan Succop's 40-yard field goal try went wide right, thanks at least in part to some pressure up the middle.

Ainge finished the game 26-for-44 passing for 216 yards and a touchdown, though the Volunteers offense sputtered in the second half. Foster carried 19 times for 75 yards and a score as Tennessee (5-3, 3-2 SEC) won for the fourth time in its last five games.

"(This was) a wonderful team win by our football team," said Tennessee head coach Phil Fulmer. "It wasn't pretty all the time, but it was a darn fine effort. This team has a really great spirit about it - a great effort team. They're fun to be around. They've been very responsive to us as coaches."

Mitchell came on in relief of starting quarterback Chris Smelley to complete 31-of-45 passes for 290 yards, with one touchdown and one costly interception. Cory Boyd rushed 20 times for 160 yards and a score, while McKinley tied a school-record with 14 catches for 154 yards and a touchdown before leaving during the overtime session with apparent leg cramps.

The Gamecocks (6-3, 3-3) went scoreless in the first half, completing a stretch of eight consecutive quarters in which they had not scored a touchdown, and ultimately lost for the second straight week.

"It was a good game for television, I guess, but it wasn't a very good game for us," South Carolina head coach Steve Spurrier said. "We had our chances but we weren't good enough to win the game tonight. You have to give Tennessee credit for kicking the field goal in overtime, and we couldn't make one. They tried to fumble it to us a couple of times on their last drive but we couldn't get either one of them. We couldn't cover the kickoff very well to pin them back in there. They outplayed us and they won the game. You have to give them credit."

Late in the first, Smelley completed a pass to Freddie Brown at the Tennessee 44, but Tennessee's DeAngelo Willingham jarred the ball loose and Eric Berry recovered and rumbled 52 yards before being driven out of bounds inside the Gamecocks five-yard line. Three plays later, Foster plunged in from a yard out to give the Vols a 7-0 lead with 1:14 remaining in the first.

Berry then picked off a Smelley pass at the Tennessee 43 on the following drive, and Ainge proceeded to lead the Volunteers on an 11-play drive capped by a three-yard touchdown run from Montario Hardesty with 9:43 to go in the half.

The Gamecocks continued to move the ball, but also continued to self-destruct with penalties and mistakes. A stalled drive resulted in a punt that set up UT at its own 23, and Ainge hit Lucas Taylor with a 37-yard completion to the South Carolina 20-yard line. Five plays later, Ainge hit Josh Briscoe for a five-yard score and a 21-0 edge.

Carolina mounted an 11-play, 70-yard drive that covered over four minutes to start the third quarter, but came out with nothing to show for it when a 4th-and-goal pass from Mitchell intended for Jared Cook fell incomplete on a debatable no-call.

Tennessee went three-and-out deep in its own territory, and the Gamecocks regained possession at the Vols 39 with 8:46 to go in the quarter. Mitchell completed a pair of passes of more than 10 yards, and Mike Davis then rushed four straight times, finally plunging in from a yard out to give South Carolina its first touchdown in 129 minutes and cut the lead to 21-7.

A penalty for an illegal block put UT in another difficult position on its next drive, and Carolina took over at its own 14 with just under four minutes remaining in the third. Mitchell found McKinley for completions of nine and 21 yards, then hit Cook over the middle for 19 yards to the Tennessee 29. When Boyd broke free down the right sideline for a 29-yard touchdown, the Gamecocks pulled within a touchdown.

Tennessee again drove into Gamecocks territory and stalled, and Mitchell then led South Carolina on a nine-play, 66-yard, game-tying drive. A 20-yard completion to Dion Lecorn moved Carolina across midfield, and back-to-back hookups with Cook brought them to the Vols 11. Then, on 3rd-and-7 from the eight, Mitchell hit McKinley with a seed in the back of the end zone for the tying score with just over 11 minutes to go.

Mitchell had the Gamecocks marching deep into Tennessee territory again before Willingham forced his second fumbled of the game, stripping a stood-up Davis at the Vols 17 and then wrestling the ball from a pile of players to give Ainge and the offense possession.

But South Carolina cornerback Captain Munnerlyn gambled on an Ainge pass on the ensuing possession, leaving his man and breaking on an out route for an interception at the Tennessee 30.

Following a pair of costly penalties - a holding call and a delay of game - Mitchell returned the favor by lofting a jump ball in the middle of the field on 3rd-and-22 that was tipped and then intercepted by Tennessee's Ryan Karl.

Ainge and the Vols couldn't muster enough offense to gain a first down, and South Carolina regained possession at its own 42 with 3:18 to go following a 37-yard punt by Britton Colquitt.

Mitchell found Brown for 10 yards to move onto UT's side of the field, but after an incompletion on 3rd-and-5 from the Vols 31, the Gamecocks were forced to attempt a long field goal. Succup drilled it with room to spare from 49 yards, leaving Tennessee with a little more than a minute to work trailing 24-21.

Game Notes

South Carolina gained 31 first downs to Tennessee's 16...The Gamecocks also outgained the Vols 501 to 317 and controlled the ball for more than 36 minutes of the game...Munnerlyn left the game late in the fourth quarter with cramps and did not return; he had 11 tackles and an interception when he left...Tennessee retired Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning's jersey prior to the game.

10/28/2007 1:12:53 AM