The athletic department said Thursday that means that six of the seven home games are sellouts since there are no tickets left in the 80,250-seat stadium for November games with Florida and Clemson. South Carolina says that's the most sellouts in one season since 1981.
The Gamecocks have not played at home since a 35-28 win over Kentucky on Oct. 5. They have a 14-game home win streak dating back to Oct. 1, 2011, and a 16-13 loss to Auburn. Beating Mississippi State would tie the school record of 15 in a row, set from 1978-80.
Tickets are available for South Carolina's game with Coastal Carolina on Nov. 23.