Three missed chances for the Tigers, and 21 South Carolina points.
What more do you need to know?
Dabo Swinney said all week: 'avoid turnovers, we have a good chance; turn it over, it's going to be hard on the road against a top-10 team.'
He hit the nail on the head.
Later in the first half, Humphries attempted a punt-catch and had the ball bounce off his shoulder pad, into the hands of a Gamecock.
The Tigers scrapped back, tied the score at 17, but then lost the ball when Tajh Boyd had the ball wrestled from his grasp.
Then another fumble on a punt return by Humphries, leading to more USC points.
Finally, with the Tigers down two scores and looking for a miracle, Boyd delivered passes to two Gamecock defensive backs.
South Carolina sat on the ball, ran out the clock, and won going away - for the fifth straight season.
Unprecedented in the history of the series.