South Carolina is 0-7 against Texas A&M since the annual cross-division SEC series began in 2014.

If the Gamecocks are to end that streak, will it be Luke Doty or Zeb Noland leading the way behind center? Doty started the game against Vanderbilt on Saturday but was pulled later in favor of Noland, who led South Carolina to an eventual game-winning drive.

On Sunday evening, Shane Beamer announced that Noland will get the call on the road against the Aggies, but not due to Doty’s performance against the Commodores.

“[Doty] injured his foot (Saturday) night,” he said. “He’s got a sprain. Right now, I’d say he’s iffy for this week. Zeb Noland will be our starting quarterback this Saturday in College Station.”

Doty was 17-of-26 for 242 yards and 2 touchdowns against Vandy, but threw 2 interceptions, including one with just over 5 minutes remaining that saw the Commodores kick a field goal to extend their lead to 20-14.

Noland, though, was 5-of-8 on the final drive, capped by a 9-yard pass to Xavier Legette to give the Gamecocks a 21-20 lead with 37 seconds remaining.