South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney said he plans to have surgery on his right foot at the end of the season, but will not miss any games.
Clowney has bone spurs in the foot that have been bothering him since high school.
"I'm going to get it cleaned out after the season's over with," he told the Spartanburg (S.C) Herald Journal. "It's painful. I'm out here playing on it though, just trying to give it everything I've got."
South Carolina beat Vanderbilt 35-25 Saturday.
Clowney has two sacks in three games this season, and forced a fumble on Saturday.
South Carolina has a bye this week, giving Clowney some rest before the Gamecocks visit Central Florida next.
---Nebraska fell out of both major polls after losing to UCLA on Saturday. The Associated Press and USA Today polls were released Sunday.
The Cornhuskers held an 18-point lead over the Bruins before falling 41-21 and dropping out of the polls. UCLA benefited by climbing up to 15th in the coaches poll and No. 13 in AP. Nebraska was 15th in the coaches poll and 23rd by AP before the loss.
Alabama held on to the No. 1 spot in both polls after its 49-42 shootout victory over Texas A&M. The Aggies fell from sixth to No. 10 in the AP poll and to ninth in the coaches poll.
---CBS announced that Saturday's Alabama-Texas A&M game drew the highest television rating for an afternoon regular-season college football game for the network since 1990.
Top ranked and defending national champion Alabama outslugged Texas A&M 49-42 to score a 9.0 overnight rating and 21 share. CBS reported that it was the highest-rated since a 10.1 for Miami-Notre Dame on Oct. 20, 1990.
Last year's first SEC game on CBS between Alabama and Arkansas got a 3.0 rating and 7 share.