As South Carolina continues preparations for its Outback Bowl matchup with Michigan New Year’s Day, the Ol’ Ball Coach acknowledged he will have one less weapon at his disposal in the Gamecocks’ passing-game arsenal.
Following Saturday’s practice, head coach Steve Spurrier confirmed that wide receiver D.L. Moore will not play in USC’s postseason. The reason given? Unspecified violation of team rules, of course.
As Moore is a fifth-year senior, it means his collegiate career has officially come to an end.
Starting five games in 2012, Moore caught eight passes for 139 yards and two touchdowns. For his career, Moore finishes with 454 yards on 40 receptions and six touchdowns.
Additionally, Spurrier announced that offensive lineman Kyle Harris would not travel with the team as well due to the whole team-rules thing. As a redshirt freshman this season, Harris started one game.
The school said he is expected to transfer out of the football program.