The greatest upset in Week 12 of college football was none other than the 63-38 South Carolina victory over Tennessee.

Quarterback Spencer Rattler had a day as he completed 30-of-37 passes for 438 yards with 6 touchdowns as wide receiver Antwane Wells Jr. also shone with 177 receiving yards.

College football analyst Paul Finebaum noted the confident vibes he noticed in-person that surround the program in Columbia, despite the up-and-down season it has had.

“Being there, you felt a vibe of confidence in Shane Beamer in the program, but I didn’t run into fans who were saying they were going to beat Tennessee,” Finebaum said. “That stadium at the beginning of the game, you felt like South Carolina was playing for a playoff berth as opposed to Tennessee.”

It’s safe to say those feelings have gotten stronger now after such a strong win over a team that once sat atop the College Football Playoff rankings just weeks ago.

South Carolina will look to keep the good times rolling as it faces the Clemson Tigers at 11 a.m. on the road Saturday.