football-fbs flag

Andy Wittry | NCAA.com | October 14, 2017

WATCH: SC QB Jake Bentley consoles UT QB after loss

  Bentley picks up Guarantano after the Gamecocks' dramatic victory.

It took all 60 minutes to decide a winner in Saturday's SEC showdown between South Carolina and Tennessee. The Volunteers faced a third and goal on the game's final play from the Gamecocks' 2-yard line when Tennessee quarterback Jarrett Guarantano rolled to his right and threw a pass intended for receiver Brandon Johnson. The pass fell incomplete, sealing a 15-9 victory for South Carolina.

RELATED: Clemson's Dabo Swinney congratulates Syracuse after upset

In a respectful display of sportsmanship, South Carolina quarterback Jake Bentley found Guarantano, who remained sitting on the field after the loss. Bentley helped pick the Tennessee signal caller off the ground and gave him a hug before the two parted ways.

Watch the final play of the game below.

Here is the video of Bentley seeking out Guarantano and remaining gracious in victory.

Colleges, conferences with the most players on 2020 WNBA rosters

More WNBA players went to school at Connecticut and Notre Dame on opening day of the 2020 WNBA season than any other program. All told, 55 women's college basketball programs have a player on a WNBA roster.
READ MORE

South Carolina's Dawn Staley, Dayton's Anthony Grant named 2020 Naismith Coaches of the Year

South Carolina's Dawn Staley and Dayton's Anthony Grant are the first coaches from their respective schools to win the Naismith Coach of the Year award.
READ MORE

South Carolina's Dawn Staley is AP women's coach of the year

South Carolina women's basketball coach Dawn Staley is The Associated Press women's coach of the year for 2020.
READ MORE

Subscribe To Email Updates

Enter your information to receive emails about offers, promotions from NCAA.com and our partners