Tennessee’s rushing attack helped pave the way for the Vols’ 31-27 victory in Columbia.
Tennessee’s 5-game winning streak against South Carolina was snapped in a last-second loss in Columbia.
The Vols rallied late to beat the Gamecocks in Thompson-Boling Arena for Tennessee’s first home win of the season.
The Lady Vols fell to the Gamecocks in Columbia in three sets on Friday.
After a close first half, Tennessee took over in the second and scored 24 points while keeping the Gamecocks out of scoring territory.
Tennessee looks to have a shot against a tough South Carolina team in Neyland, but the quarterback position remains a question.