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Wofford to host five, visit South Carolina

Spartanburg, SC (Sports Network) - Wofford College's football team will play a particularly tough road schedule this year, including a season-ending road trip to the University of South Carolina.

In addition to the Nov. 17 game in Columbia, S.C., against coach Steve Spurrier's Gamecocks, Wofford will pay visits to Southern Conference powers Georgia Southern (Oct. 13) and Appalachian State (Oct. 20).

Wofford will play five home games. The Terriers will host Lincoln (Sept. 8) in non-conference action and SoCon opponents Western Carolina (Sept. 15), Furman (Oct. 6), The Citadel (Oct. 27, Homecoming) and Chattanooga (Nov. 10).

Wofford also will visit Gardner-Webb to open the season on Sept. 1 and SoCon opponents Elon (Sept. 29) and Samford (Nov. 3).

The Terriers finished with an 8-4 record last season.

2012 Wofford Football Schedule

Sept. 1, at Gardner-Webb

Sept. 8, LINCOLN

Sept. 15, WESTERN CAROLINA*

Sept. 29, at Elon*

Oct. 6, FURMAN*

Oct. 13, at Georgia Southern*

Oct. 20, at Appalachian State*

Oct. 27, THE CITADEL* (Homecoming)

Nov. 3, at Samford*

Nov. 10, CHATTANOOGA*

Nov. 17, at South Carolina

* - Southern Conference game

02/16 19:52:10 ET



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