USC wide receiver Pharoh Cooper (11) catches a pass from quarterback Connor Mitch (6) for the touchdown against UNC during the Belk College Kickoff in Charlotte during on Thursday, September 3, 2015.University of South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier is known for his quick trigger on quarterbacks. He played quarterback roulette in the backfield Thursday night, but it was more out of strategy than distress. In addition to starting quarterback Connor Mitch, Spurrier also rotated backup quarterback Perry Orth, receiver Pharoh Cooper and running backs Brandon Wilds and David Williams behind center.Orth relieved Mitch during his intermittent injuries. Mitch and Orth combined for 11 of 24 pass attempts for 146 yards and one touchdown.Cooper, Wilds and Williams commanded Spurrier’s version of the Wildcat offense. They took direct snaps to set up quick rushes. Cooper even attempted two passes, although his lone completion netted a six-yard loss. He also showcased his strong arm by overthrowing a receiver deep downfield.Cooper also finished the game with three receptions for 45 yards and a touchdown. Wilds rushed for 51 yards on 14 carries. He also caught four passes for 44 yards.