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ESPN is reporting that South Carolina linebacker Kaiwan Lewis and safety Sharod Golightly both had arthroscopic knee surgery during the offseason and will be limited during spring practice.
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Both starters are expected to recover well before the start of fall camp. The two players had the procedures on their left knees.

Lewis, a junior next fall, played 12 games, starting 10 of them last season. He had two interceptions and was the Gamecocks third-leading tackler with 54 stops.

Golightly, who's a senior, played in 13 games and had 47 tackles, sixth on South Carolina.
The Gamecocks Spring Game is set for Saturday April 12th.
Filed Under: SEC Football
Originally published on SECRant.com

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