Bentley suffered a knee sprain during last weekend’s loss to Kentucky. After the game, he said that he thought he’d be fine for this week’s game against Missouri, but according to a new report, that may not be the case.
If he cannot go, senior back-up Michael Scarnecchia would make his first start.
Senior Michael Scarnecchia is expected to start at quarterback for South Carolina when the Gamecocks take on Missouri on Saturday, a source with knowledge of the situation told The State.
Scarnecchia has received most of the first-team practice snaps this week while starting quarterback Jake Bentley rests a knee sprain suffered in a 24-10 loss to Kentucky last week, a separate source close to the program told The State.