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Posted by Featheredcock on 23 September 2014 - 08:06 PM
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Posted by Alan on 08 February 2013 - 11:50 PM
Guys, I've been thinking, since the forum is becoming more and more popular, and since there aren't some really good Gamecocks websites anymore, when we will be able to have here a fully featured webiste, build like the new fancy websites with a great skin and appealing features, where we can get all our Gamecocks needs, with separate categories for sports. Maybe intergrating this forum into it, and make the user registrations on the website auto-create the member account here too. What do you guys really think?
I know my idea seems futuristic, but I really wish we could have one in like 5-6-7-8 months (I know there's a lot of work to be done on a website), having a website where we could contribute with suggestions and tell what we don't like and what we like, what needs changed and so makes me feel so good about my team. A place for our Gamecocks tastes.
Posted by Featheredcock on 27 January 2013 - 03:00 PM
We got it the raffle plugin..........
Posted by Featheredcock on 28 February 2015 - 11:38 PM
Jon Hoke has entered the world of social media.
South Carolina's new co-defensive coordinator launched his own Twitter account on Thursday. A day later, he spoke to the world:
It's great to be here @GamecockFB
Hoke's profile image @CoachJonHoke shows him already on the sideline wearing USC gear, including a black Under Armour windbreaker and a Gamecocks hat.
Social media has become an integral part of college athletics. For coaches, it's a way to follow high school prospects (and vice versa) and create another private line of communication.
As of Saturday morning, Hoke was still following the same four accounts: @GamecockFB ... @UofSC ... @GamecocksOnline ... and @RayTannerSC.
Hoke had 1,555 followers as of the same time Saturday. He has a ways to go to catch up with USC's other assistant coaches who are on Twitter.
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Posted by Featheredcock on 27 February 2015 - 11:36 AM
Celebrating a birthday module
Would like for members to register their birthday. will show up in Today's birthdays which is located at the bottom right hand column. Easy to register just click on image which is located at left upper corner above menu and then go to profile go down page you will see a box that says My Birthday " just enter you date: Month day & year then scroll down to bottom a click on save page."
When we get menu you and betting forum fixed will add a plugin that will send you a greeting telling you Happy Birthday per your e-mail.
If you will please add your Birtday
Posted by picknroll on 25 February 2015 - 07:57 PM
Featheredcock, let me tell you again how much I enjoy the site. The content is fantastic. We are an amiable bunch of folks but can disagree on things without being disagreeable. And we're all Gamecock fans - no taters - and I for one like it that way. I would do anything I could to help you with the site and would even consider some form of premium membership. In the future, if you sell ads I will certainly consider that - can't commit until I know the cost, but I'd certainly like to advertise here.
All that being what it is, I completely understand that you provide this for all of us and it's humbling to me that you are such a generous man as well as the most awesome Gamecock I know. Thanks most sincerely to you and also to the other good folks who help out around here with things I unfortunately know nothing about or I'd be helping, too! You guys are the BEST! GO GAMECOCKS! And Featheredcock, thanks for not going off the rails when I disagree with you - afterall, it is YOUR website!
Posted by Featheredcock on 18 February 2015 - 11:52 PM
Yeah we will get the betting forum bug fixed as soon as possable folks. May take a couble of weeks though from what Tony is telling me...
Posted by Keith on 01 February 2015 - 01:18 AM
Look at this guys, how much truth can't be in this video.
Posted by Featheredcock on 27 November 2014 - 09:19 PM
South Carolina has its biggest game of the year to prepare for but on Thursday, the coaches and players spent time with youth from Epworth Children’s Home over Thanksgiving Dinner.
Epworth Children’s Home, which was established in 1896, is for children from 4 to 18 years of age who come from broken family systems. Their mission is to serve children, youth and families through a caring, accepting and safe Christian community, where hurts are healed; hope is nurtured; and faith in God self and others is developed.
The football program has sponsored the event for several years.
“Our players look forward to it and the coaches do, too," Spurrier said. "Hopefully the Epworth kids have a good time as we have Thanksgiving with them.”
Posted by Featheredcock on 26 September 2014 - 11:58 AM
General intrigue heading in after upset loss to Indiana:
“I think the most important thing is, nobody likes to lose. And half the teams in the country lose every week. Nobody likes being a part of that. But the most important thing is to stay positive. And keep working hard. South Carolina is a very good football team. I’ve got great respect for head coach Steve Spurrier and what he has done there. It’s a great place to play (Williams-Brice Stadium). We opened up there a few years ago and it’s a great environment. We’re entering the SEC schedule now and we’re excited about that. We’re going to work real hard and play our best.”
On Dylan Thompson’s progression at quarterback:
“I think he has gotten better with experience just like anyone else does. I think he’s a really good player. He’s playing very well. Their offensive scheme is really good. They’re very good at what they do. I’m impressed with (Steve Spurrier) and the job he has done and what they do with their offense. He’s really playing well. They have some good receivers making plays for him and they can run the ball which certainly helps.”
On the difference between this year’s Gamecocks vs. 2013 South Carolina:
“They struggled against (Texas) A&M the first game, and they just keep getting better. Obviously, the win against Georgia was huge, in a pressure-packed situation. It was just a great college football game. Quarterback’s playing well, great running back and the receivers are excellent. The defense, they’re younger than they’ve been in the past, but they’re very athletic. Then they coach well and keep getting better and better. They’ve got a very good football team. I think (Spurrier) knows it and, like all of us, everybody just wants to keep improving, so that you become a better football team.”
On how Mizzou matches up with the Gamecocks’ running game:
“They’ve got a good run game and they’re good up front. We’re certainly going to be challenged there. We’ve given up some big plays and that has really hurt our defense. We just have to keep working hard and get better. It will definitely be a challenge for us.”
On whether last year’s double overtime loss to South Carolina left a lingering headache:
“They just did what you have to do to win in the fourth quarter. That was the only regular-season game we lost last year. They had a great fourth quarter, got them two overtimes and they did the things necessary to win. From that approach, I take is certainly we learned from that. Especially in this league, there’s so many great teams in this league you’ve got to be able to finish.”
Posted by Featheredcock on 25 September 2014 - 12:37 AM
We have signed up for new server which will handle the traffic. should be upgrade by the weekend. We will be down for the day as the transfer takes place............
Posted by picknroll on 26 July 2014 - 03:07 AM
Darn, I got banned from taternet.
Posted by Featheredcock on 20 July 2014 - 04:33 AM
They think we'll be a little better than last season but feel like we'll really hit our stride in 2015/2016. They also said not to be surprised if we win between 18-20 games this season. It's nice to have better expectations for the program. I hope they're right.
Posted by Featheredcock on 28 June 2014 - 03:18 AM
I really think Chaz Elder is going to surprise some people around the league and turn in an all conference season if he can stay healthy. At free safety he's got potential to be a great ballhawk with all the height and speed he's got.
Also very excited to see Pharoh Cooper playing wide receiver full time and hoping he stays on punt and kick returns. He almost broke a couple for scores last year