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Posted by FeatheredCock on 23 September 2014 - 08:06 PM
We are looking at finding a new server to handle the traffic...... Please bear with us as we try to find a new server.......
Posted by Garnet on 02 July 2012 - 11:00 PM
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 Birthday
Posted by FeatheredCock on 20 July 2012 - 11:04 PM
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 23 March 2012 - 03:54 AM
From USC Sports Information
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videos | Coach Tanner | M. Roth, M. Price, K. Martin | Adam Matthews
COLUMBIA, S.C. – Sixth ranked South Carolina scored seven runs in the seventh and eighth innings on the way to a 9-3 victory over Florida on Thursday night in the series opener at Carolina Stadium in front of a sellout crowd of 8,242 fans. Carolina improves to 17-5 and 1-3 in the SEC while Florida drops to 20-2 and 3-1 in league play. Game two of the series is scheduled for Friday at 7 p.m. and will be televised live on CSS and on Time Warner Cable channel 506 in Columbia. It can also be heard on the Gamecock Radio Network from IMG College.
The pitching matchup between South Carolina starter Michael Roth and Florida starter Hudson Randall was as good as advertised. Roth went 6.2 innings and allowed two runs, one earned, on four hits with five strikeouts and three walks. Randall worked 5.2 innings and allowed two runs on seven hits with 11 strikeouts and one walk.
With the score deadlocked at 2-2 it was left to the bullpens to decide the fate of the game. Junior right-hander Matt Price made his first relief appearance of the season and shut down the Gator offense in the seventh inning that set the stage for the Gamecock offense in the bottom half.
Evan Marzilli led off the Carolina seventh with his third single of the night, forcing Florida to call the designated hitter, Austin Maddox from the bullpen to face Joey Pankake. The shortstop would lay down a sacrifice bunt to move Marzilli into scoring position. Christian Walker stepped to the plate and quickly went down 0-2 in the count, but for the second time on the evening, he came back to earn a walk. LB Dantzler would earn the same fate, as he walked on five pitches to load the bases for pinch hitter Kyle Martin. The freshman came through for Carolina, roping a two-run single down the right field line to put the Gamecocks up 4-2. South Carolina was not done yet though, as second baseman Erik Payne came to the plate with two outs and runners on the corners. The sophomore ripped a line drive to the right-center wall, clearing the bases and putting Carolina up 6-2 heading into the eighth inning.
Price quelled any answer from Florida in their half of the eighth posting a pair of strikeouts to get the Gators to go quietly. Adam Matthews led off the Gamecocks’ half with his third hit of the night, and Marzilli would follow with a sacrifice bunt that moved Matthews to third because of an error on the throw. However, Marzilli would be thrown out at second on the play. Pankake and Walker followed with walks to load the bases again for the Gamecocks with one out. That brought in freshman left hander Corey Stump to face Dantzler.
Stump’s 2-0 pitch to Dantzler went to the backstop and all the runners advanced, including a scoring Matthews. Dantzler took two more balls and loaded the bases back up for substitute catcher Dante Rosenberg. The junior sent a high chopper to first for an RBI ground out and the Gamecocks lead was stretched to 8-2. Brison Celek then came in to pinch hit and the sophomore cracked an RBI single through the left side. Dantzler would be thrown out at the plate on the play to end the eighth for the Garnet and Black, leading 9-2. Florida would score an unearned run in the top half of the ninth but that would be it as Price recorded the final out to seal the Gamecock victory.
Price earned the win with 2.1 innings allowing one run, unearned, on no hits with three walks and three strikeouts. He is 3-1 on the year. Florida reliever Steven Rodriguez suffered the loss and is 3-1 for the season. He allowed one run on one hit in 0.1 innings with a strikeout.
Carolina’s 12-hit day included a 3-for-4 game from Evan Marzilli as well as Adam Matthews. Tanner English also was 2-for-4. Martin, Matthews and Erik Payne each drove in two runs. Daniel Pigott led Florida with a 2-for-4 day at the plate.
Florida would draw first blood in the third inning as Casey Turgeon would lead off by getting on with by a Gamecock error. With two outs, Turgeon had been moved to third after a Daniel Pigott single. Gator right fielder Preston Tucker stepped to the plate and delivered a single to right to open the scoring. Roth would retire Zunino to end the inning, but the Gators took a 1-0 lead into the bottom of the third.
The Gamecocks would break through in the fourth on a two-out, two-run home run by Matthews. After Randall sat down the first two Gamecock batters via strikeout, freshman left fielder Tanner English poked a single into left center to set the table for Matthews. The Lexington, S.C. native sent a 0-1 pitch soaring into the Gator bullpen, and Carolina took a 2-1 lead into the fifth.
After both teams went down in order in the fifth, Florida would tie the game up at two with an RBI single from designated hitter Austin Maddox. Pigott led off the inning with a single and was advanced to second after a two out walk to Taylor Gushue. Maddox would deliver the RBI single into center to knot the game at 2.
Posted by FeatheredCock on 19 June 2017 - 08:54 PM
Quarterback Drew Dinsmore ready for duty at South Carolina
June 19, 2017
Three-star quarterback Drew Dinsmore will report to South Carolina on Tuesday as a walk-on.
A 6-foot-4, 185-pound prospect from Collins Hill High School in Suwanee, Ga., Dinsmore was ranked by the 247Sports composite as the No. 74 pro-style quarterback in the Class of 2017. He spurned offers from Cornell and Eastern Kentucky for a shot to join the Gamecocks as a walk-on.
“I’m just excited to start new and get to work with the team and everything,” Dinsmore said.
In 10 games as a senior at Collins Hill, Dinsmore completed 90 of 211 passes for 1,349 yards with 10 touchdowns and 4 interceptions.
Though Jake Bentley is entrenched as the starter, the lack of scholarship bodies at the quarterback position will afford Dinsmore an opportunity to work his way up the Gamecocks depth chart.
“I’m just going in there [and] doing whatever it takes to help the team and whatever that is, I’m just excited to help out,” he said. “Obviously, I’ll be working hard and trying my hardest, but whatever the team wants is what I put first.”
South Carolina’s recruitment of Dinsmore began after his junior season, during which he threw for more than 1,000 yards with 11 touchdowns. Co-offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach Kurt Roper initiated the contact.
Fast-forward to the winter of his senior year of high school.
“It kind of happened suddenly at the end,” Dinsmore said. “They wanted me to come up for a visit and wanted me to walk on.”
Now, on the eve of his move to Columbia, Dinsmore looks forward to linking up again with the Gamecocks offensive coordinator.
“[Roper has] obviously trained some great quarterbacks and that’s very appealing in the recruiting process, just to see his success as a quarterback coach and offensive coordinator,” Dinsmore said. “But he’s just so easy to talk to [and] a great guy. He was great hosting me when I came up for the visit.”
Dinsmore knows several South Carolina players who are also from suburban Atlanta. This spring, he’s worked out and thrown with freshman defensive back Jamyest Williams. Defensive linemen Aaron Sterling and Kobe Smith are also counted among Dinsmore’s friends.
Posted by FeatheredCock on 05 February 2017 - 12:13 AM
Backcourt Paces No. 19/20 Gamecocks in Win Over Georgia With Videos, Gallery, Stats & More
Sophomore PJ Dozier recorded his seventh 20-point game of the season in Saturday's victory over the Bulldogs.
GCF Staff Report
Feb. 04, 2017
COLUMBIA, S.C. -- Paced by sophomore guard PJ Dozier’s seventh 20-point game of the season and four 3-pointers each from seniors Sindarius Thornwell and Duane Notice, No. 19/20 Carolina held off Georgia to register a 77-75 win Saturday afternoon at Colonial Life Arena. The victory improved the Gamecocks’ record to 19-4 and 9-1 in the SEC and kept them unbeaten at home in conference action. Georgia dropped to 13-10 overall and 4-6 in league play following the loss.
Dozier finished with a game-high 21 points, including five over the final 1:52 to help Carolina hold off Georgia’s late rally. Thornwell chipped in 18 points, while Notice added 15 for a Gamecock backcourt unit that accounted for 68 of Carolina’s points Saturday. The Gamecocks shot 45.8 percent from the 3-point line and knocked down 11 field goals from beyond the arc for the game. A strong defensive showing in the second half keyed Carolina’s victory, as the Bulldogs were held without a field goal for a stretch of over eight minutes in the final period. (MORE)
Posted by FeatheredCock on 26 September 2012 - 12:07 PM
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 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 doubledribble on 01 October 2013 - 08:10 PM