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Shaw rattled by Death Valley?

Connor Shaw has been the epitome of business-like attitude in his previous 14 games, but there seemed to be a different Shaw in Baton Rouge Saturday night. Could Shaw, the most focused player on South Carolina's team, have been rattled by the environment in Death Valley? There's a good chance he was.

Connor Shaw was not the same Connor Shaw that was 13-1 as the starting quarterback of South Carolina. Really, for the first time in Shaw's career he was rattled Saturday night against LSU in a 23-21 loss to the Tigers in Death Valley. "I don't know if he got hit in the head tonight or not," Steve Spurrier said after the game. "I kept asking G.A. (Mangus), 'Did he get hit in the head somewhere... Recommended Stories

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