ATHENS, Ga. -- Jeremy Brown pitched his second straight complete game, leading Georgia to a 9-4 victory over South Carolina on Friday night.
The win gave Georgia coach Ron Polk his 1,100th career victory.
Brown (5-2), who beat Florida last week, allowed four runs on five hits with a pair of walks and seven strikeouts.
Georgia (25-14, 11-8 Southeastern Conference) scored five runs on three hits and one Gamecock error. USC pitchers walked nine, including five by Chris Spigner (6-3), who gave up six runs on five hits in six innings.
South Carolina (30-12, 9-10) struck for two in the first. Drew Meyer had an RBI-double and scored on a groundout by Tim Whittaker.