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    I could use some help in posting subject matter plus if anyone wants to help write articles players of the game thoughts on game stuff like that. We would make it feature content for the site. and your name and you get all the credit. It would be great if anyone really wants to contribute to the site. Would love to see more interaction among members and hopefully news ones in the future to come. Also, anyone one talent to do graphics for the site. Like future schedules avatars and maybe help with a new logo for the site. Please let me know folks. Would really like your help.
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    I appreciate all that you fine folks do here. Thanks, I know you all do your best here and take my hate off to each one of you. You have families, work, church and time you need to be with family. It's hard I know. I know where you are coming from. Again thanks for what you do and keep it up.
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    Gamecocks, black helmets in years 1 and 2 against Clemson. Those didn’t go very well. But we seem to like black at night and are due to wear them again. I’m predicting: Helmet: Black Jersey: White Pants: Garnet
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    South Carolina vs. Providence Gamecocks Face Providence Saturday At Mohegan Sun Arena Men's Basketball | 11/15/2018 6:50:00 PM | GCF Staff Report GAME NOTES PRE-EVENT MEDIA AVAILABILITY WATCH LIVE STATS TWITTER UPDATES COLUMBIA, S.C. - South Carolina is set for a pair of weekend matchups in Uncasville, Conn., at the Mohegan Sun Arena, in the Naismith Hall of Fame Tip-Off Tournament. The Gamecocks open weekend action vs. Providence on Saturday afternoon, with tip time set for 2:30 p.m. ET versus the Friars on ESPN3.STARTING FIVE> South Carolina hits the road for the first time this season after opening up the 2018-19 campaign with three consecutive home contests. Carolina is ready for neutral-site action in the Naismith Memorial Hall of Fame Tipoff Tournament in Uncasville, Conn., this weekend, opening action Saturday against Providence, the ninth meeting all-time between the two schools.> Carolina hit 51.9 percent (28-54) from the floor, and poured in 11 3-pointers, en route to an 81-64 victory over Norfolk State in Columbia on Tuesday. Rookie guard A.J. Lawson continued his hot streak to open the season, matching senior guard Hassani Gravett for game-high honors with dual 18-points performances.> Gravett tallied his 13th-career game with multiple made 3s vs. the Spartans on Tuesday, hitting a career high five on six attempts. He's connected on 6-of-11 attempts - 54.5 percent - from beyond the arc through the first three games of the season.> Rookie guard T.J. Moss made his college debut vs. Norfolk State on Tuesday after missing the first two games of the season due to a right foot injury. Moss logged 10 minutes of court action, hitting a 3 from the corner and dishing an assist in the win.> Saturday's contest will be Carolina's second all-time at the Mohegan Sun Arena, as the Gamecocks faced St. John's at the venue on Dec. 22, 2015, posting a 75-61 win behind 20 points from then-junior Duane Notice and a double-double from senior Michael Carrera with 16 points and 12 rebounds. Then-freshman Chris Silva tallied four points and pulled down five rebounds in 10 minutes vs. the Red Storm. SCOUTING THE GAMECOCKS> Entering weekend action, the Gamecocks are led by a pair of freshmen in rookie guard A.J. Lawson (16.7 points per game) and freshman forward Keyshawn Bryant (11.3) in scoring. Senior guard Hassani Gravett is also in double figures at 10.0 points per game. > Lawson also paces Carolina with 5.0 assists per outing. He dished out eight in the home win over Norfolk State on Tuesday, the most by a Carolina freshman since Marcus Stroman collected eight assists in a Gamecock win vs. Coker on Dec. 21, 2014.> Six different Gamecocks have registered a block this season, led by senior forward Chris Silva and sophomore forward Felipe Haase with four each.> In six neutral-site contests last season, of the returning players, Silva's 13.3 points and 8.2 rebounds were a team high. Kotsar added 11.3 points per outing and Gravett dished out a team high five assists per game, including a career high nine in the neutral-site win vs. UTEP.> Graduate transfer guard Tre Campbell faced Providence five times during his career at Georgetown, averating 4.2 points and 1.6 assists per outing vs. the Friars.> Entering weekend action, Carolina ranks fifth in the SEC in field goal percent defense, as the Gamecocks have held their first three opponents to a combined 37.7 percent from the field. Carolina is tied for sixth in assists (15.0 per game) and blocks per game (5.3).> South Carolina returns seven letterwinners from last season's 17-16 squad, including senior guard Hassani Gravett and senior forward Chris Silva.> Carolina welcomes eight newcomers to its roster this season, including a pair of transfers and six freshmen student-athletes. Jair Bolden(transfer/George Washington/guard), graduate transfer Tre Campbell (transfer/Georgetown/guard), Keyshawn Bryant (freshman/guard), Jermaine Couisnard (freshman/guard), Alanzo Frink (freshman/forward), A.J. Lawson (freshman/guard), T.J. Moss (freshman/guard) and Nathan Nelson(freshman/forward) join the Garnet and Black this fall.SCOUTING THE FRIARS> Providence is 2-1 on the year after wins vs. Siena and Holy Cross and a loss to Wichita State. The Friars are led by head coach Ed Cooley in his eighth season.> Junior guard Alpha Diallo paces the team in points (20.3), rebounds (10.3) and assists (4.3) per game. He scored 18 points with 10 rebounds and three assists in 38 minutes of action vs. Holy Cross on Tuesday night.> Freshman guard A.J. Reeves (17.7) and senior guard Isaiah Jackson (11.0) also average double-digits through the early portion of the season. > Reeves was named the BIG EAST Freshman of the Week earlier this week for his efforts in two games last week. He averaged 24.0 points per game, paced by a 29-point performance in his college debut vs. Siena on Nov. 6.> Providence has been to five consecutive NCAA Tournaments, and Cooley led his team to the 2014 BIG EAST title.COMING UP NEXTFollowing Saturday's game, Carolina will face either George Washington or national semifinalist Michigan on Sunday in its final game at the Naismith Hall of Fame Tip-Off Tournament. The Gamecocks are 9-6 all-time vs. GW and 3-2 all-time vs. the Wolverines, including a 61-46 win in Columbia on Nov. 23, 2016.
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    Gamecock QB commit accounts for five TDs, five-star helps score 68 points November 17, 2018 South Carolina commits Zacch Pickens and Luke Doty and their teams are headed to the next round of the playoffs. Pickens’ TL Hanna squad dominated Northwestern, 68-7, in the second round of the Class 5A playoffs Friday night. TL Hanna faces Dorman in the third round next week. Pickens added to his touchdown total with two more rushing scores to go along with 78 yards. He has 17 touchdowns on the season. The five-star prospect also had two tackles against the Trojans, who feature USC commit Jamario Holley. The Northwestern receiver’s was held to two catches for 10 yards. Doty accounted for five scores as Myrtle Beach defeated Marlboro County, 42-14, in the second round of the Class 4A playoffs. The Seahawks face rival North Myrtle Beach next week. The junior quarterback was 12-of-18 for 207 yards and three touchdowns. Doty also rushed for 83 yards and two touchdowns. USC commit Keshawn Toney had a big performance in his final high school game. The Williston-Elko tight end had 10 catches for 125 yards in the 48-22 loss to Lamar in the Class A playoffs. Class of 2019 Derek Boykins (Central Cabarrus HS, NC) – Season ended with 48-0 loss to Weddington Devontae Davis (Georgia Military) – Season is complete. Had 30 tackles and four sacks this season. Jahkeem Green (Highland CC JC) – Season is over. Finished with 67 tackles and 2 ½ sacks. Was second-team all-conference Kevin Harris (Bradwell Institute HS, Ga.) – Season came to an end with 35-0 loss to Northside. Ryan Hilinski (Orange Lutheran HS, Calif.) – Season complete. Keveon Mullins (Whitehaven HS, Tenn) – Whitehaven defeated Germantown, 14-0, in playoffs. Traevon Kenion (Wake Forest HS, N.C.) – Off this week. Begins postseason next week against Fuquay-Varina. Cam Smith (Westwood) – Had one catch and five tackles in season-ending loss.
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    UTC coach Tom Arth (AUDIO) NOVEMBER 15, 2018 BY PHIL KORNBLUT First year UTC coach Tom Arth would love to end season with upset of USC UTC is the “money game” opponent for USC this Saturday night in Columbia. The Mocs have been a recent power in the Southern Conference winning or sharing the league championship from 2013-15. They have a first year head coach in Tom Arth and have suffered several close losses on their way to a 6-4 record, 4-4 in the SOCON. Earlier this week Arth talked with the media in Chattanooga about coming to Columbia to face an SEC opponent in the Gamecocks. UTC coach Tom Arth
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    Gamecock recruiting notes November 15, 2018 USC commitment TE KeShawn Toney has set his official visit with the Gamecocks for December 7th. 2020 WR Porter Rooks of Charlotte, who has a USC offer and who drew Clemson interest, named a top 8 of Alabama, Michigan, Georgia, Florida, NC State, Virginia Tech and Oklahoma. CB Jaydon Hill of Madison, AL has set an official visit to USC for this weekend. He has been a Florida commitment since September picking the Gators then over USC and Tennessee. QB Ryan Hilinski signed his financial aid papers Wednesday with USC.
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    Head coach Will Muschamp weekly news conference with notes, video of Muschamp & selected players November 13, 2018 Click for videos
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    No problem bud added a ton of notes a little while ago, more to read and the videos.
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    Here’s what Will Muschamp thinks of Gamecocks play-calling after watching tape November 11, 2018 THE STATE After watching tape from the Florida game, Muschamp defended the Gamecocks fourth quarter play-calling. South Carolina had 363 yards and 31 points in the first half but gained only 23 yards and scored no points in the fourth quarter. Quarterback Jake Bentley attempted only three passes in the fourth quarter and did not complete any of them, however that was a function of the Gamecocks’ RPO (run-pass option) system and not offensive coordinator Bryan McClendon’s play-calling. On two of South Carolina’s final three possessions of the game, five of the seven running plays were RPOs on which Bentley chose the running play because of the number of players the Gators had devoted to stop the passing game. “There have been some questions about the play-calling offensively there late. There was never any conversation about changing what we had been doing. The only conversation was to keep doing what we had been doing,” Muschamp said. “There’s nothing we did different in the second half. It’s all based on results. We didn’t get the results we wanted.” The RPOs worked well in the first half, including on two third downs in which the Gamecocks converted with running plays. “I was pleased with the decisions Jake made based on the run box,” said Muschamp, who also praised the work of offensive coordinator Bryan McClendon. The Gamecocks are sixth in the SEC in yards after Saturday’s game, averaging 410.7 points per game. They are tied for fifth in the conference in scoring with 31 points per game. “Offensively, I thought we played well,” Muschamp said. “We were very successful in our RPO game. Our quick game was very good.”
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    Scouting South Carolina’s next opponent: Chattanooga November 11, 2018 Chattanooga (6-4, 4-4 Southern Conference) at (South Carolina (5-4, 4-4 SEC) When: 7:30 p.m. Where: Williams-Brice Stadium TV: SEC Network Alternate Three storylines 1. The Gamecocks missed a golden opportunity to clinch bowl eligibility — and a winning SEC record — at Florida. Blowing the 17-point second half lead against the Gators means Carolina is down to three opportunities to get back in the postseason. Simple goal: Beating one of Chattanooga, Clemson or Akron to become bowl-eligible for a third consecutive season, something that’s only happened once before in USC history. Tougher goal: Winning all three games and matching last year’s regular season win total. 2. The opponent — an FCS team coming off consecutive losses to Furman and Mercer — shouldn’t represent all that stiff of a challenge, but it’s still a game the Gamecocks want to use to shore up several things, most notably the defense. USC has given up a combined 1,144 yards of offense over its last two games. The unit, crushed by injury, gets Clemson — the nation’s ninth-ranked offense — in less than two weeks. 3. South Carolina is 7-1 against FCS opponents in this Week 12/pre-Clemson slot since 2010. The only loss, of course, came Nov. 21, 2015, against The Citadel as Shawn Elliott was playing out his tenure as USC’s interim coach. On this weekend in 2013, Will Muschamp’s Florida Gators lost to Georgia Southern. This game marks Chattanooga’s first against an SEC team since falling to LSU by 35 last season. Three Chattanooga players to watch 1. Chattanooga receiver Bryce Nunnelly set a program record earlier this season when he recorded four 100-yard receiving games. in a row The 6-foot-2, 190-pound sophomore has made 74 catches for 1,096 yards and seven touchdowns in 2018. 2. Quarterback Nick Tiano threw for 300-plus yards in consecutive games earlier this season. That was a first by a Moc since B.J. Coleman in 2010. Tiano, a 6-5, 240-pound junior, is a former three-star prospect who began his career at Mississippi State. He appeared in six games as a Bulldog freshman in 2016. 3. Chattanooga entered last weekend 12th in the FCS in scoring defense and 10th in turnover margin. Linebacker Marshall Cooper is at the heart of the Mocs’ defensive unit. He leads the team with 89 tackles. He’s also forced a couple fumbles and has an interception.
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    PODCAST: The Spurs Up Show: By Chris Phillips - Nocember 07, 2018 LISTEN: Ole Miss Recap/Florida Preview + Jackson Ramer of Inside the Gators RATE/ SUBSCRIBE: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-spurs-up-show/id1223831373?mt=2#episodeGuid=https%3A%2F%2Farmchairallamericans.com%2F%3Fpost_type%3Dpodcast%26p%3D149896 … … New podcast!!! Note from Featheredcock Chris has a great website along with his enjoyable podcast so make sure to visit and please feel free to ask question on his podcast. Enjoy the show fanatics!!!
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    UPDATE INJURY REPORT: Two back at practice and a third could be ready by game-time November 07, 2018 Running back Rico Dowdle, defensive end Aaron Sterling and BUCK/outside linebacker Bryson Allen-Williams all have missed time. On Wednesday, two of those players returned to practice but Muschamp hopes all could see action when his team takes on the Gators this Saturday at noon. “The injury situation hasn’t changed much,” Muschamp said Wednesday during his teleconference with SEC reporters. “Bryson is the one who didn’t practice. Rico and Aaron were out there, but still hopeful that all three will be able to go on Saturday.” If Allen-Williams is ready to play on Saturday, regardless of whether or not he’s practiced this week, he’ll play in the game, according to Muschamp feels he has enough experience under his belt that he can step in without a problem.
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    Looking like the Gamecocks got this one under control.
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    The University of South Carolina’s 110,000 square foot, $50 million Football Operations Center, a collaboration between Q+ and Gensler Sports, is the new headquarters and crown jewel of Gamecock Football. The Center demonstrates USC’s continued investment in the success of their student athletes both on and off the field. CLICK TO SEE PHOTOS AND MORE
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    VIDEOS: Wednesday Gamecock Baseball Media Availability Coach Mark Kingston and Players Noah Campbell, TJ Hopkins, Carmen Mlodzinski and Jacob Olson Address the Media Mark Kingston News Conference — 10/31/18 Noah Campbell Media Availability — 10/31/18 Jacob Olson Media Availability — 10/31/18 Carmen Mlodzinski Media Availability — 10/31/18 TJ Hopkins Media Availability — 10/31/18
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    PODCAST: The Spurs Up Show: Tennessee Preview/MBB Season Preview + Landon Raby of More Important Issues By Chris Phillips - October 24, 2018 LISTEN : Tennessee Preview/MBB Season Preview + Landon Raby of More Important Issues RATE/SUBSCRIBE : https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-spurs-up-show/id1223831373?mt=2#episodeGuid=https%3A%2F%2Farmchairallamericans.com%2F%3Fpost_type%3Dpodcast%26p%3D149896 … … New podcast!!! Note from Featheredcock Chris has a great website along with his enjoyable podcast so make sure to visit and please feel free to ask question on his podcast. Enjoy the show fanatics!!!
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    Gamecocks QB commit will go international for Pro Football Hall of Fame all-star game October 23, 2018 South Carolina quarterback commit Ryan Hilinski will be part of an inaugural international football all-star game. Hilinski has been selected to play in the Pro Football Hall of Fame World All-Star Bowl on Dec. 22 at Azul Stadium in Mexico City. The game was officially announced Tuesday and will feature 70 top players from around the world . The event was inspired by the Pro Football Hall of Fame Academy which has traveled to Europe, China and Mexico over the past year training top international athletes. The Academy also trains the top 50 high school players from the United States in Canton annually. It’s the second national all-star game for Hilinski,who will play in in the All-American Bowl in San Antonio on Jan. 5. Hilinski is a four-star prospect and second-ranked pro-style quarterback in the country by 247Sports. He committed to South Carolina in April and is expected to be in Columbia this weekend for the Tennessee game. Hilinski has reaffirmed his commitment in recent weeks despite getting an offer from his “dream school” Stanford. This season, he has thrown for 2,458 yards and 27 touchdowns. Other players picked for the game include Taulia Tagovailoa, younger brother of Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa and Clemson target Clay Webb. Complete rosters for the game will be announced in November. The game will take place during the early National Signing Day on Dec. 19 but the players’ signing and commitments will be televised. The coaches and scouting staff for the game will include Hall of Famer Rod Woodson and former NFL GM Ray Farmer.
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    It's OK Andrew going in it was a 85% chance it was. Good news they remove the tumor and no signs of tissue damage in the tumor only. Plus no treatments. Good to go just follow up visit here on out. My main concern has it spread. My understanding very slow growing capsulated type tumor. So good it was caught in time found it by accident very lucky. You just do not know what is growing in you just do not know when you do it is most times to late. I was one of the lucky ones.
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    Joey is just a putz. Jesse has decent insight. But he's a hair above Kannell in his "tight" attire. Lou, Mark, and Rece made a lot better, more entertaining show. My for the day.
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    PROJECTS UNDER CONSTRUCTION - QUACKENBUSH ARCHITECTS + PLANNERS http://www.quackenbusharchitects.com/under-construction/ Read more
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    Tell you one tough surgery guys. They were only to cut me twice but had a total of 5 cuts, had to get behind my kidney to remove the tumor. They got it all and it is looking good. Get the final report Tuesday. Was a robotic surgery. This was harder on me then my open heart Surgery. Still loaded with painkillers. Really move your guts around very very sore right now. Just wanted to give you all the overall picture. Take care and thanks again.

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