Alabama's history with South Carolina is pretty limited: they've only really been in the conference since 1992, and Alabama's only played them seven times since then. And of those seven meetings, only two of them are particularly memorable: the 2001 game in Columbia, when the Gamecocks rallied to beat 'Bama for the first time ever; and last year, when Alabama's offense was so stagnated that the coaching staff threw up its hands and said, "Just snap it to Mark and let him do what he feels like."
Because of Alabama's limited history, the youtube is limited. So let's re-live Tyrone Prothro's big block in Columbia five years ago.
See you tomorrow. Roll Tide.