After being devastated the last three weeks with prolonged injuries, South Carolina made out somewhat well against Arkansas.
Muschamp said it was an ankle injury but doesn’t know the extent of it yet.
“I think we’re fine. I don’t know,” he said postgame. “K.C. had the ankle. I have not gotten a report on that. We’ll continue to look on that.”
Jamyest Williams and Sherrod Greene left the game with injuries on back-to-back plays but both returned to the game. Williams was hit on a vicious block on a run play and Greene was favoring his left arm walking off the field.
Dennis Daley left the game with a cramp but is fine, Muschamp said.
Linemen Zack Bailey, Cory Helms and Malik Young all didn’t play. Terry Googer, who was carted off the field last week, didn’t dress either.
After battling a thigh bruise since the Missouri game, Rico Dowdle was the healthiest he’d been since then. He rushed for a season-high 61 yards, averaging 5.5 yards per carry.
“This is the best he’s looked going into this ballgame this week. It’s an issue,” Muschamp said. “If you have a quad contusion for a running back it’s going to hurt. He’s battled through it. He hasn’t missed practice time; he doesn’t complain about it. He’s trying to push through it, but it’s hard.”
South Carolina beat Arkansas 48-22 Saturday night in what was the most dominating performance of the season for the Gamecock defense and the most points scored in the Muschamp era.