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  1. High School Football Scoreboard Week 8 OCTOBER 12, 2018 BY PHIL KORNBLUT LINK: SPORTSTALK Here are reported high school football scores across South Carolina ABBEVILLE 36 SILVER BLUFF 7 AC FLORA 42 ORANGEBURG-WILKINSON 7 AIRPORT 37 AIKEN 34 ANDREW JACKSON 41 LEWISVILLE 6 ANDREW JACKSON ACADEMY 64 FAITH RIDGE 0 ANDREWS 40 LATTA 12 BAMBERG-EHRHARDT 31 WOODLAND 7 BAPTIST HILL 78 CHARLESTON CHARTER 0 BATTERY CREEK 13 RIDGELAND-HARDEEVILLE 12 BEAUFORT ACADEMY 60 CATHEDERAL 6 BELTON-HONEA PATH 27 PICKENS 10 BERKELEY 48 JAMES ISLAND 21 BETHUNE-BOWMAN 42 CROSS 0 BISHOP ENGLAND 33 ACADEMIC MAGNET 6 BLACKVILLE-HILDA 23 ESTILL 0 BOILING SPRINGS 42 HILLCREST 21 BROOKLAND-CAYCE 31 MIDLAND VALLEY 13 BUFORD 43 CAROLINA CHRISTIAN 12 CA JOHNSON 14 EAU CLAIRE 10 CANE BAY 42 STRATFORD 28 CARDINAL NEWMAN 38 WILSON HALL 28 CAROLINA FOREST 56 ST. JAMES 13 CARVERS BAY 68 JOHNSONVILLE 0 CE MURRAY 22 BRANCHVILLE 12 CENTRAL 49 CHESTERFIELD 0 CHESNEE 54 CAROLINA ACADEMY 26 CHESTER 21 CAMDEN 19 CLARENDON HALL 36 WARDLAW ACADEMY 0 CONWAY 21 SOUTH FLORENCE 13 DANIEL 45 WALHALLA 14 DILLON 48 AYNOR 0 DIXIE 56 WARE SHOALS 8 DORMAN 45 BYRNES 31 DUTCH FORK 51 LEXINGTON 7 EASLEY 24 GREEENWOOD 21 EASTSIDE 56 BLUE RIDGE 22 FIRST BAPTIST 46 HEATHWOOD HALL 0 FLORENCE CHRISTIAN 24 DILLON CHRISTIAN 7 FORT DORCHSTER 56 STALL 6 GAFFNEY 48 RIVERSIDE 14 GARRETT 28 NORTH CHARLESTON 6 GOOSE CREEK 13 WANDO 6 GRAY COLLEGIATE 43 CALHOUN COUNTY 22 GREENVILLE 52 TRAVELERS REST 17 GREER 55 BEREA 0 HAMMOND 41 LAURENCE MANNING 23 HANAHAN 18 GEORGETOWN 8 HARTSVILLE 14 WILSON 13 HILTON HEAD CHRISTIAN 15 COLLETON PREP 13 HILTON HEAD PREP 30 DORCHESTER ACADEMY 22 HUNTER-KINARD-TYLER 30 DENMARK-OLAR 0 INDIAN LAND 57 KEENAN 0 IRMO 42 LUGOFF-ELGIN 22 JEFFERSON DAVIS 83 LAURENS ACADEMY 44 KINGSTREE 27 EAST CLARENDON 13 LAKE CITY 6 MARION 3 LAKE VIEW 37 GREEN SEA-FLOYDS 22 LAMAR 42 TIMMONSVILLE 8 LANDRUM 49 CHRIST CHURCH 14 LAURENS 42 JL MANN 14 LIBERTY 33 WEST OAK 7 LORIS 36 CHERAW 28 LOWER RICHLAND 22 LAKEWOOD 14 MANNING 28 WACCAMAW 7 MAULDIN 13 SPARTANBURG 7 MAY RIVER 30 BEAUFORT 7 MCBEE 36 GREAT FALLS 0 MULLINS 32 HANNAH-PAMPLICO 30 MYRTLE BEACH 21 MARLBORO COUNTY 0 NEWBERRY 49 CLINTON 12 NINETY SIX 35 BATESBURG-LEESVILLE 12 NORTH AUGUSTA 34 SOUTH AIKEN 24 NORTH CENTRAL 15 LEE CENTRAL 12 NORTH MYRTLE BEACH 41 DARLINGTON 7 NORTHSIDE CHRISTIAN 50 CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 18 NORTHWESTERN 21 NATION FORD 20 OCEANSIDE COLLEGIATE 55 PHILLLIP SIMMONS 0 ORANGEBURG PREP 42 SPARTANBURG CHRISTIAN 0 PEE DEE ACADEMY 41 WILLIAMSBURG ACADEMY 8 PENDLETON 45 CRESCENT 7 PINEWOOD PREP 42 NORTHWOOD ACADEMY 0 PORTER GAUD 51 AUGUSTA CHRISTIAN 6 PROVIDENCE HOME SCHOOL 48 CONWAY CHRISTIAN 14 RICHARD WINN 48 CALHOUN ACADEMY 6 RIDGE VIEW 28 WESTWOOD 7 RIVER BLUFF 28 CHAPIN 17 ROBERT E. LEE 27 CAROLINA ACADEMY 16 ROCK HILL 27 CLOVER 17 SALUDA 41 FOX CREEK 0 SENECA 45 POWDERSVILLE 21 SOUTH POINTE 68 RICHLAND NORTHEAST 0 SOUTHSIDE 50 BROOME 0 SOUTHSIDE CHRISTIAN 39 BLACKSBURG 0 SPRING VALLEY 31 WHITE KNOLL 9 ST JOSEPH’S 23 MCCORMICK 0 ST. JOHN’S 53 MILITARY MAGNET 13 ST. JOHN’S CHRISTIAN 54 HOLLY HILL 0 STROM THURMOND 18 GILBERT 13 SUMMERVILLE 40 WEST ASHLEY 16 SUMTER 29 BLYTHEWOOD 17 SWANSEA 22 PELION 12 THOMAS HEYWARD 40 BETHESDA 0 THOMAS SUMTER 32 THE KING’S 20 TIMBERLAND 48 BURKE 0 TL HANNA 60 WADE HAMPTON 22 TRINITY-BYRNES 45 GREENWOOD CHRISTIAN 14 UNION COUNTY 48 MID-CAROLINA 8 WADE HAMPTON HAMPTON 70 LAKE MARION 26 WAGENER-SALLEY 20 RIDGE SPRING-MONETTA 6 WEST FLORENCE 63 SOCASTEE 15 WHALE BRANCH 29 ALLENDALE-FAIRFAX 7 WHITMIRE 46 CALHOUN FALLS 0 WILLISTON-ELKO 46 NORTH 0 WOODMONT 31 WESTSIDE 28 WOODRUFF 52 EMERALD 14 WREN 45 PALMETTO 21 WW KING 34 TRI-ACADEMY 0 YORK 24 LANCASTER 17
  2. High School Football Scoreboard Week 6 SEPTEMBER 28, 2018 BY PHIL KORNBLUT Here are reported high school football scores across South Carolina ABBEVILLE 55 BATESBURG-LEESVILLE 7 AC FLORA 17 CRESTWOOD 16 AIRPORT 31 MIDLAND VALLEY 16 BAMBERG-EHRHARDT 57 WADE HAMPTON HAMPTON 20 BARNWELL 58 ALLENDALE-FAIRFAX 6 BEAUFORT ACADEMY 71 ST. JOHN’S CHRISTIAN 42 BEN LIPPEN 40 WILSON HALL 28 BERKELEY 40 WANDO 3 BETHESDA 32 COLLETON PREP 7 BETHUNE-BOWMAN 42 MILITARY MAGNET 12 BLACKSBURG 47 CHRIST CHURCH 26 BLACKVILLE 30 HUNTER-KINDARD-TYLER 0 BLUE RIDGE 26 BEREA 0 BOILING SPRINGS 16 MAULDIN 6 BRANCHVILLE 30 SCOTTS BRANCH 28 BROOKLAND-CAYCE 41 NORTH AUGUSTA 34 BUFORD 62 LEWISVILLE 30 BURKE 8 GARRETT 6 BYRNES 45 RIVERSIDE 20 CALHOUN COUNTY 28 EAU CLAIRE 14 CALVARY DAY, GA 52 ST. JOHN’S 0 CAMDEN 31 WEST FLORENCE 28 CANE BAY 26 GOOSE CREEK 23 CARDINAL NEWMAN 31 PINEWOOD PREP 7 CAROLINA ACADEMY 50 HILTON HEAD PREP 28 CATHEDERAL ACADEMY 58 FAITH RIDGE 46 CE MURRAY 54 CROSS 2 CHAPMAN 34 BROOME 28 CHESTER 12 INDIAN LAND 9 CHESTERFIELD 17 ANDREW JACKSON 16 COLUMBIA 28 CA JOHNSON 7 CREEKSIDE CHRISTIAN, GA 26 BATTERY CREEK 15 CRESCENT 26 POWDERSVILLE 8 DANIEL 65 PALMETTO 9 DIXIE 37 MCCORMICK 8 DORMAN 34 SPARTANBURG 33 DUTCH FORK 70 CHAPIN 7 EASLEY 34 WADE HAMPTON HAMPTON 13 EASTSIDE 56 TRAVELERS REST 55 EMERALD 56 MID-CAROLINA 24 ESTILL 55 NORTH 8 FAIRFIELD CENTERAL 61 KEENAN 25 FIRST BAPTIST 26 LAURENCE MANNING 7 FLORENCE CHRISTIAN 40 OAKBROOK PREP 6 FORT DORCHESTER 45 WEST ASHLEY 13 GAFFNEY 27 HILLCREST 7 GILBERT 42 SWANSEA 9 GRAY COLLEGIATE 38 LAMAR 12 GREAT FALLS 44 CAMDEN MILITARY 22 GREENWOOD CHRISTIAN 27 SPARTANBURG CHRISTIAN 17 GREER 28 GREENVILLE 20 HAMMOND 45 AUGUSTA CHRISTIAN 13 HANAHAN 37 BISHOP ENGLAND 0 HANNAH-PAMPLICO 32 EAST CLARENDON 13 HARTSVILLE 57 CHERAW 7 HEMINGWAY 13 TIMMONSVILLE 6 HILTON HEAD CHRISTIAN 56 NORTHWOOD ACADEMY 9 IRMO 31 SPRING VALLEY 28 JEFFERSON DAVIS 55 WW KING 8 JOHN PAUL II 28 ORANGEBURG PREP 27 LAKE VIEW 47 MCBEE 10 LANCASTER 38 RICHLAND NORTHEAST 0 LATTA 40 JOHNSONVILLE 14 LEXINGTON 42 WHITE KNOLL 21 LOWER RICHLAND 28 DREHER 14 MANNING 58 ACADEMIC MAGNET 0 MARLBORO COUNTY 35 SOUTH FLORENCE 7 MAY RIVER 50 LAKE MARION 0 NATION FORD 23 CLOVER 20 NEW HAMPSTEAD, GA 49 HILTON HEAD 6 NINETY SIX 41 FOX CREEK 17 NORTH CENTRAL 41 CENTRAL 21 OCEANSIDE COLLEGIATE 49 NORTH CHARLESTON 0 ORANGEUBRG-WILKINSON 16 LAKEWOOD 0 PATRICK HENRY 48 HOLLY HILL 22 PEE DEE 42 THE KING’S 14 PENDLETON 48 WEST OAK 0 PORTER GAUD 27 HEATHWOOD HALL 8 RICHARD WINN 43 TRI-ACADEMY 6 RICHMOND HILL, GA 52 BLUFFTON 6 RIDGE SPRING-MONETTA 40 DENMARK-OLAR 30 ROBERT E. LEE 48 THOMAS SUMTER 24 ROCK HILL 71 FORT MILL 0 SALUDA 10 SILVER BLUFF 0 SENECA 34 LIBERTY 14 SOUTH AIKEN 35 AIKEN 34 SOUTH POINTE 32 WESTWOOD 21 SOUTHSIDE 59 CHESNEE 7 SOUTHSIDE 59 CHESNEE 7 SOUTHSIDE CHRISTIAN 28 ST. JOSEPH’S 0 STRATFORD 49 JAMES ISLAND 23 STROM THURMOND 58 EDISTO 6 SUMMERVILLE 58 ASHLEY RIDGE 10 SUMTER 45 LUGOFF-ELGIN 0 THOMAS HEYWARD 42 NORTHSIDE CHRISTIAN 0 TIMBERLAND 58 PHILLLIP SIMMONS 0 TL HANNA 29 GREENWOOD 3 UNION COUNTY 62 CLINTON 7 VALDOSTA, GA 57 BEAUFORT 20 WAGENER-SALLEY 60 WILLISTON-ELKO 26 WALHALLA 33 BELTON-HONEA PATH 22 WARDLAW 58 CALHOUN ACADEMY 6 WESTSIDE 66 LAURENS 21 WHITMIRE 35 WARE SHOALS 6 WILSON 44 DARLINGTON 9 WOODLAND 27 WHALE BRANCH 13 WOODMONT 35 JL MANN 6 WOODRUFF 35 NEWBERRY 21 WREN 35 PICKENS 14 YORK 24 RIDGE VIEW 23
  3. High School Football Scoreboard Week 5 SEPTEMBER 21, 2018 Here are reported high school football scores across South Carolina AC FLORA 28 CHAPIN 25 AIRPORT 41 LOWER RICHLAND 28 ANDREW JACKSON 64 PATRICK HENRY 8 ANDREWS 46 JOHNSONVILLE 20 ASHLEY RIDGE 27 WANDO 18 BAMBERG-EHRHARDT 36 CALHOUN COUNTY 12 BARNWELL 49 MIDLAND VALLEY 13 BEAUFORT ACADEMY 60 FAITH CHRISTIAN 14 BELTON-HONEA PATH 28 SENECA 10 BERKELEY 34 SUMMERVILLE 30 BLACKSBURG 21 CHESNEE 20 BLYTHEWOOD 42 BEAUFORT 6 BRANCHVILLE 16 MILITARY MAGNET 6 BROOKLAND-CAYCE 56 NEWBERRY 35 BUFORD 28 ANDREW JACKSON 7 BYRNES 34 GAFFNEY 14 CAMDEN 45 RICHLAND NORTHEAST 0 CAMDEN MILITARY 30 WARE SHOALS 28 CANE BAY 55 STALL 19 CENTRAL 54 LEWISVILLE 18 CHAPMAN 49 EASTSIDE 23 CHESTER 67 CAROLINA PRIDE 14 CLARENDON HALL 44 RICHAD WINN 17 COLLETON COUNTY 13 RIDGELAND-HARDEEVILLE 7 CRESCENT 35 FOX CREEK 29 DORMAN 56 BOILING SPRINGS 14 DUTCH FORK 66 NORTHWESTERN 28 EASLEY 21 JL MANN 13 EMERALD 27 LAKESIDE, GA 20 FORT DORCHESTER 33 GOOSE CREEK 13 GARRETT 42 ACADEMIC MAGNET 28 GREAT FALLS 36 WARE SHOALS 30 GREENWOOD 28 LAURENS 17 GREENWOOD CHRISTIAN 53 WILLIAMSBURG 28 HANNAH-PAMPLICO 40 KINGSTREE 7 HEMINGWAY 28 CE MURRAY 12 HILTON HEAD 55 CHRIST CHURCH 20 HILTON HEAD CHRISTIAN 48 DORCHESTER 14 HOLLY HILL 18 CATHEDERAL 12 HUNTER-KINARD-TYLER 50 ESTILL 7 IRMO 42 CLOVER 34 JEFFERSON DAVIS 46 TRI-ACADEMY 0 JOHN PAUL II 32 HILTON HEAD PREP 29 LANDRUM 48 WEST OAK 6 LAURENS ACADEMY 52 CALHOUN ACADEMY 32 MANNING 37 LAKE CITY 12 MAULDIN 49 RIVERSIDE 13 NINETY SIX 12 DIXIE 0 NORTH AUGUSTA 27 STROM THURMOND 3 PALMETTO 58 POWDERSVILLE 7 PELION 42 COLUMBIA 20 PENDLETON 39 CLINTON 6 PORTER GAUD 27 ORANGEBURG PREP 0 RIDGE SPRING-MONETTA 30 WILLISTON-ELKO 22 RIDGE VIEW 62 KEENAN 8 RIVER BLUFF 42 GILBERT 30 ROBERT E. LEE 34 OAKBROOK PREP 17 ROCK HILL 44 LUGOFF-ELGIN 10 SILVER BLUFF 33 SWANSEA 10 SOUTH POINTE 52 INDIAN LAND 0 SOUTHSIDE 55 BEREA 10 SOUTHSIDE CHRISTIAN 30 SALUDA 17 SPARTANBURG 24 HILLCREST 7 SPRING VALLEY 21 LEXINGTON 14 ST. JOHN’S 44 WACCAMAW 34 SUMTER 56 BLUFFTON 7 THOMAS HEYWARD 51 NORTHWOOD 3 TIMBERLAND 29 HANAHAN 0 TIMMONSVILLE 40 SCOTT’S BRANCH 14 TL HANNA 42 WESTSIDE 14 VERNON, FL 34 BLUE RIDGE 6 WADE HAMPTON HAMPTON 57 BATTERY CREEK 23 WAGENER-SALLEY 28 BLACKVILLE-HILDA 6 WALHALLA 61 CAROLINA ACADEMY 6 WEST ASHLEY 63 STRATFORD 34 WEST FLORENCE 42 WILSON 20 WESTWOOD 48 FAIRFIELD CENTRAL 20 WHALE BRANCH 44 PHILLIP SIMMONS 6 WHITE KNOLL 48 GRAY COLLEGIATE 0 WHITMIRE 29 BETHUNE-BOWMAN 0 WILSON HALL 25 PINEWOOD PREP 14 WOODLAND 38 BISHOP ENGLAND 14 WOODMONT 31 WADE HAMPTON 6 WREN 58 BROOME 26 YORK 42 FORT MILL 14
  4. High School Football Scoreboard Hurricane Florence Edition September 13, 2018 By Phil Kornblut Here are reported high school football scores across South Carolina Hurricane Florence has disrupted the high school football schedule for Week 4 in South Carolina with games being played Wednesday and Thursday as well as being postponed into next week. We’ll add to the scoreboard as games are completed. BUFORD 52 CHESTERFIELD 27 CHESTER 41 LANCASTER 20 CLOVER 40 ASHBROOK, NC 18 FORT MILL 41 LUGOFF-ELGIN 12 NATION FORD 28 INDIAN LAND 0 NEWBERRY 34 FAIRFIELD CENTRAL 32 NINETY SIX 42 MID-CAROLINA 13 NORTH CENTRAL 28 ANDREW JACKSON 17 SOUTH POINTE 28 GREENVILLE 27
  5. Others receiving votes: Utah 92, Texas A&M 90, Boston College 45, Houston 32, Maryland 30, Colorado 25, Iowa 23, Kentucky 19, Duke 10, NC State 9, Mississippi 5, Hawaii 5, Washington St. 4, South Florida 3, South Carolina 2, Florida St. 1. CLICK TO SEE COMPLETE TOP 25 AP Poll: AP Poll Week 2 EDITION
  6. High School Football Scoreboard Week 3 SEPTEMBER 7, 2018 BY PHIL KORNBLUT Here are reported high school football scores across South Carolina for Week 3 (Hat Tip…@SCSportsSource) ABBEVILLE 43 SOUTHSIDE CHRISTIAN 28 ANDREW JACKSON 47 GREAT FALLS 2 ANDREW JACKSON 38 JEFFERSON DAVIS 22 ANDREWS 40 GEORGETOWN 0 ANSON COUNTY, NC 49 CHESTERFIELD 33 AYNOR 38 EAST CLARENDON 30 BAMBERG-EHRHARDT 56 LAKE MARION 0 BAPTIST HILL 72 ACADEMIC MAGNET 0 BARNWELL 48 BURKE 0 BATESBURG-LEESVILLE 37 MID-CAROLINA 11 BEAUFORT ACADEMY 68 RICHARD WINN 28 BISHOP ENGLAND 32 PHILLIP SIMMONS 16 BLUFFTON 16 HANAHAN 14 BLYTHEWOOD 15 NORTH AUGUSTA 12 BRANCHVILLE 52 CHARLESTON CHARTER 21 CALHOUN ACADEMY 18 HOLLY HILL ACADEMY 16 CAMDEN 28 FORT MILL 16 CAMDEN MILITARY 22 HICKORY GROVE NC 8 CANE BAY 28 ASHLEY RIDGE 21 CARDINAL NEWMAN 40 AUGUSTA CHRISTIAN 18 CAROLINA CHRISTIAN 20 LEE CENTRAL 19 CAROLINA FOREST 42 HOGGARD, NC 35 CAROLINA PRIDE 48 LEWISVILLE 41 CARVERS BAY 42 CE MURRAY 8 CENTRAL 33 CHERAW 13 CHAPIN 37 NEWBERRY 22 CHAPMAN 42 BLUE RIDGE 0 CHESTER 26 COLUMBIA, GA 6 CHRIST CHURCH 32 CAROLINA ACADEMY 12 CLARENDON HALL 60 PATRICK HENRY 0 CLINTON 47 POWDERSVILLE 0 CLOVER 30 SOUTH POINT, NC 21 COLLETON COUNTY 26 ORANGEBURG-WILKINSON 8 DANIEL 36 WESTSIDE 14 DILLON 41 LAKE VIEW 0 DIXIE 41 WEST OAK 15 DORCHESTER ACADEMY 34 NORTHSIDE CHRISTIAN 24 DORMAN 35 YORK 0 DREHER 54 EAU CLAIRE 0 DUTCH FORK 63 BOILING SPRINGS 7 EDISTO 26 SCOTT’S BRANCH 7 FAIRFIELD CENTRAL 46 CALHOUN COUNTY 26 FAITH RIDGE 42 TRI-ACADEMY 0 FIRST BAPTIST 45 BEN LIPPEN 7 FLORENCE CHRISTIAN 19 ORANGEBURG PREP 17 FORT DORCHESTER 17 WAND0 3 FOX CREEK 42 MCCORMICK 6 GAFFNEY 56 HARDING, NC 7 GARRETT 46 MILITARY MAGNET 0 GILBERT 27 AIRPORT 19 GOOSE CREEK 28 WEST ASHLEY 7 GREEN SEA-FLOYDS 32 LORIS 28 GREENVILLE 48 JL MANN 19 GREENWOOD CHRISTIAN 46 WARE SHOALS 28 GREER 40 MAULDIN 3 HAMMOND 41 PINEWOOD PREP 9 HANNAH-PAMPLICO 36 MCBEE 9 HARTSVILLE 35 CONWAY 0 HILLCREST 42 LAURENS 24 HILTON HEAD CHRISTIAN 33 BETHESDA ACADEMY 14 IRMO 28 BROOKLAND-CAYCE 14 JAMES ISLAND 21 STALL 6 JEFFERSON, GA 31 SOUTHSIDE 7 JOHN PAUL II 35 CAROLINA ACADEMY 20 KEENAN 34 CA JOHNSON 6 KINGSTREE 46 CROSS 0 LAMAR 33 NORTH CENTRAL 7 LANCASTER 24 NATION FORD 13 LANDRUM 35 SPARTANBURG CHRISTIAN 7 LATTA 42 CREEK BRIDGE 6 LAURENCE MANNING 48 HEATHWOOD HALL 25 LIBERTY 32 ST. JOSEPH’S 16 MANNING 14 CRESTWOOD 7 MAY RIVER 55 HILTON HEAD 11 MULLINS 42 CE MURRAY 8 MYRTLE BEACH 63 SOCASTEE 20 NORTH MYRTLE BEACH 20 ST. JAMES 6 OAKBROOK PREP 33 WILLIAMSBURG 25 OCEANSEIDE COLLEGIATE 34 GRAY COLLEGIATE 33 ORANGEBURG PREP 33 WILLIAMSBURG ACADEMY 25 PALMETTO 35 CRESCENT 16 PARKWOOD, NC 30 BUFORD 22 PEE DEE 38 COLLETON PREP 8 PENDLETON 50 BEREA 0 PORTER-GAUD 44 WILSON HALL 7 RIDGE VIEW 20 NORTHWESTERN 10 RIVER BLUFF 28 LUGOFF-ELGIN 18 ROBERT E. LEE 36 THE KING’S 0 ROCK HILL 34 INDIAN LAND 7 SALUDA 31 PELION 14 SILVER BLUFF 48 DENMARK-OLAR 0 SOUTH AIKEN 16 LEXINGTON 7 SPRING VALLEY 43 RICHLAND NORTHEAST 0 ST. JOHN’S 45 NORTH CHARLESTON 14 ST. JOHN’S CHRISTIAN 66 LAURENS ACADEMY 12 STROM THURMOND 41 MIDLAND VALLEY 20 SUMMERVILLE 56 STRATFORD 17 SUMTER 49 LAKEWOOD 7 THOMAS HEYWARD 62 HILTON HEAD PREP 6 TIMMONSVILLE 29 MARION 6 TL HANNA 44 BELTON-HONEA PATH 7 TRAVELERS REST 20 PICKENS 19 TRINITY-BYRNES 49 DILLON CHRISTIAN 14 UNION COUNTY 46 BROOME 14 WADE HAMPTON HAMPTON 60 SWANSEA 14 WALHALLA 58 CHESNEE 14 WARDLAW 62 CATHEDERAL 0 WAYNE COUNTY, GA 35 BEAUFORT 7 WEST FLORENCE 56 LAKE CITY 13 WHALE BRANCH 37 RIDGELAND-HARDEEVILLE 26 WHITE KNOLL 48 AIKEN 38 WHITMIRE 42 NORTH 6 WILLISTON-ELKO 22 ALLENDALE-FAIRFAX 14 WILSON 14 LOWER RICHLAND 7 WOODLAND 58 BATTERY CREEK 7 WOODRUFF 48 SENECA 7 WREN 48 EASLEY 7
  7. Gamecock quarterback commits Ryan Hilinski, Luke Doty come up big in victories Sept. 01, 2018 South Carolina commits Ryan Hilinski and Luke Doty put up big numbers again in helping their teams to victories Friday night. Hilinski, a Class of 2019 commit, threw three touchdowns in helping Orange Lutheran (Calif.) over Vista Murrieta, 42-17. The senior didn’t play the fourth quarter with his team up comfortably. Orange Lutheran is 2-1 on the season. Hilinski came into the game, 51-of-78 for 612 yards and six touchdowns. Doty, a junior and Class of 2020 commit was 22-of-31 for 279 yards and three touchdowns in Myrtle Beach’s 42-6 win over Laurens. He also rushed four times for 41 yards. The Seahawks are 2-0 on the season.
  8. High School Football Scoreboard Week 2 AUGUST 31, 2018 BY PHIL KORNBLUT Here are reported high school football scores across South Carolina for Week 2 ABBEVILLE 52 EMERALD 17 AC FLORA 45 COLUMBIA 12 AIRPORT 21 SWANSEA 20 ANDREW JACKSON 37 BLACKSBURG 8 ANDREW JACKSON ACADEMY 68 CALHOUN ACADEMY 23 ANDREWS 48 WACCAMAW 6 ARCHER, GA 51 SPARTANBURG 17 ASHLEY RIDGE 21 STRATFORD 6 AUGUSTA CHRISTIAN 34 CALHOUN FALLS 0 AYNOR 24 GREEN SEA-FLOYDS 16 BAMBERG-EHRHARDT 28 SCOTT’S BRANCH 0 BAPTIST HILL 60 BURKE 6 BARNWELL 21 SILVER BLUFF 14 BEAUFORT 21 EFFINGHAM, GA 13 BEAUFORT ACADEMY 58 LAURENS ACADEMY 0 BELTON-HONEA PATH 25 GREENVILLE 24 BEREA 21 CAROLINA 20 BERKELEY 46 WEST ASHLEY 7 BETHESDA 56 NORTHWOOD 0 BETHUNE-BOWMAN 42 NORTH 0 BLACKVILLE-HILDA 16 ALLENDALE-FAIRFAX 13 BLUFFTON 35 RIDGELAND-HARDEEVILLE 12 BLYTHEWOOD 42 FAIRFIELD CENTRAL 22 BROOME 42 CLINTON 7 CALHOUN COUNTY 48 NORTH CHARLESTON 8 CARDINAL NEWMAN 28 HEATHWOOD HALL 8 CAROLINA ACADEMY 48 WILLIAMSBURG ACADEMY 20 CAROLINA FOREST 40 COLLETON COUNTY 14 CARVERS BAY 46 GEORGETOWN 0 CENTRAL 45 FOREST HILLS, NC 40 CHAPIN 27 LUGOFF-ELGIN 14 CHAPMAN 56 BOILING SPRINGS 28 CHERAW 34 CHESTERFIELD 20 CHESNEE 42 BLUE RIDGE 7 CHESTER 36 ROCK HILL 14 CHRIST CHURCH 48 WEST OAK 27 CLARENDON HALL 46 HOLLY HILL ACADEMY 0 DANIEL 51 SENECA 14 DENMARK-OLAR 28 BRANCHVILLE 13 DILLON 40 LATTA 0 DIXIE 38 CAROLINA CHRISTIAN 6 DON BOSCOE PREP, NJ 22 BYRNES 17 DORMAN 35 NORTHWESTERN 24 DREHER 28 GRAY COLLEGIATE 24 DUTCH FORK 58 IRMO 0 EASTSIDE 27 WADE HAMPTON 21 FAITH RIDGE 68 RICHARD WINN 66 FIRST BAPTIST 70 WILSON HALL 3 FORT DORCHESTER 31 VIERA, FL 28 FOX CREEK 33 CA JOHNSON 6 GREAT FALLS 26 LEWISVILLE 22 GREENWOOD 35 AIKEN 21 GREENWOOD CHRISTIAN 42 NORTHSIDE CHRISTIAN 0 GREER 48 WESTSIDE 14 HAMMOND 42 BEN LIPPEN 7 HANAHAN 37 WOODLAND 12 HARTSVILLE 35 CAMDEN 21 HEMINGWAY 28 JOHNSONVILLE 14 HILLCREST 27 WOODMONT 0 HILTON HEAD 27 BATTERY CREEK 6 HUNTER HUSS, NC 21 CLOVER 14 INDIAN LAND 14 YORK 9 JAMES ISLAND 28 BISHOP ENGLAND 6 JEFFERSON DAVIS 78 PATRICK HENRY 52 JOHN PAUL II (Forfeit Win) 27 ST. ANDREWS 27 LAKE CITY 32 KINSTREE 21 LAKE VIEW 54 SOUTH ROBESON, NC 6 LAKEWOOD 27 MANNING 26 LAMAR 26 DARLINGTON 0 LANEY, GA 40 MCCORMICK 0 LAURENCE MANNING 48 FLORENCE CHRISTIAN 6 LEE CENTRAL 14 TIMMONSVILLE 12 LEXINGTON 21 GILBERT 14 MARLBORO COUNTY 41 SCOTLAND COUNTY, NC 25 MAULDIN 51 JL MANN 0 MAY RIVER 27 WHALE BRANCH 7 MULLINS 52 MARION 34 MYRTLE BEACH 42 LAURENS 6 NEWBERRY 41 BATESBURG-LEESVILLE 39 NINETY SIX 45 CRESCENT 33 NORTH AUGUSTA 31 GROVETOWN, GA 6 NORTH CENTRAL 61 MCBEE 13 NORTH MYRTLE BEACH 35 WEST BRUNSWICK, NC 10 OCEANSIDE 44 CE MURRAY 16 ORANGEBURG WILKINSON 35 LAKE MARION 0 PALMETTO 31 PENDLETON 21 PEE DEE 49 DORCHESTER 40 PHILLIP SIMMONS 45 CHARLESTON CHARTER 8 PICKENS 18 LIBERTY 0 PORTER GAUD 27 PINEWOOD PREP 0 RICHLAND NORTHEAST 21 CRESTWOOD 20 RIDGE SPRING-MONETTA 38 WHITMIRE 6 RIVER BLUFF 65 PELION 6 ROBERT E. LEE 28 DILLON CHRISTIAN 7 SALUDA 49 MID-CAROLINA 7 SOUTH AIKEN 14 STROM THURMOND 0 SOUTH COLUMBUS, NC 41 LORIS 14 SOUTH FLORENCE 27 WILSON 26 SOUTH POINTE 60 NATION FORD 14 SOUTHSIDE 56 RIVERSIDE 6 SPARTANBURG CHRISTIAN 26 OAKBROOK PREP 6 SPRING VALLEY 49 BROOKLAND-CAYCE 35 ST. JOHN’S CHRISTIAN 44 WW KING 0 ST. JOHN’S 18 GARRETT 6 ST. JOSEPH’S 47 ANDERSON CAVALIERS 12 SUMMERVILLE 36 GOOSE CREEK 0 SUMTER 34 CONWAY 10 THOMAS HEYWARD 23 COLLETON PREP 14 TIMBERLAND 47 CROSS 0 TL HANNA 41 ROYAL IMPERIAL, CANADA 7 TRAVELERS REST 49 WARE SHOALS 0 TRI-ACADEMY 50 CATHEDERAL 22 TRINITY-BRYNES 42 THOMAS SUMTER 7 WADE HAMPTON HAMPTON 41 ESTILL 0 WAGENER-SALLEY 58 EAU CLAIRE 6 WALHALLA 10 LANDRUM 7 WANDO 52 STALL 13 WARDLAW 62 PALMETTO CHRISTIAN 8 WEST COLUMBUS, NC 27 CREEK BRIDGE 0 WESTWOOD 40 LOWER RICHLAND 12 WHITE KNOLL 49 KEENAN 20 WOODRUFF 28 SOUTHSIDE CHRISTIAN 27 WREN 69 POWDERSVILLE 7
  9. High School Football Scoreboard Week 1 AUGUST 24, 2018 BY PHIL KORNBLUT Here are reported high school football scores across South Carolina for Week 1 ABBEVILLE 49 NEWBERRY 0 ACADEMIC MAGNET 58 CHARLESTON CHARTER 20 ANDREW JACKSON 37 ST. JOHN’S 24 ANDREW JACKSON ACADEMY 52 WW KING 0 ANDREWS 22 HEMINGWAY 0 ASHEVILLE SCHOOL, NC 27 OAKBROOK PREP 12 AYNOR 47 WACCAMAW 14 BAMBERG-EHRHARDT 20 ORANGEBURG-WILKINSON 6 BARNWELL 40 BLACKVILLE-HILDA 6 BEAUFORT 48 BATTERY CREEK 6 BELTON-HONEA PATH 51 POWDERSVILLE 7 BEN LIPPEN 34 PINEWOOD PREP 6 BERKELEY 28 ASHLEY RIDGE 21 BETHESDA ACADEMY 34 ST. ANDREWS 0 BOILING SPRINGS 22 WESTSIDE 7 BRANCHVILLE 49 NORTH 0 BROOKLAND-CAYCE 32 AIRPORT 14 BYRNES 41 NORTHWESTERN 21 CA JOHNSON 30 LEWISVILLE 22 CALHOUN COUNTY 36 PELION 20 CAMDEN 47 LUGOFF-ELGIN 14 CAROLINA ACADEMY 18 DORCHESTER ACADEMY 0 CAROLINA FOREST 34 LOWER RICHLAND 14 CE MURRAY 26 LEE CENTRAL 20 CHAPIN 17 MID CAROLINA 13 CHAPMAN 52 SENECA 34 CHARLOTTE LATIN 16 TIMBERLAND 0 CHESNEE 41 CHRIST CHURCH 27 CHESTER 28 FORT MILL 20 CHESTERFIELD 47 MCBEE 6 CLARENDON HALL 52 BEAUFORT ACADEMY 33 CLOVER 35 FOREST VIEW, NC 3 COLLETON PREP 21 HILTON HEAD PREP 20 CRESCENT 36 BLACKSBURG 7 CRESCENT 36 BLACKSBURG 7 DANIEL 54 EASLEY 28 DENMARK-OLAR 24 BENTHUNE-BOWMAN 18 DILLON CHRISTIAN 33 NORTHWOOD ACADEMY 6 DUTCH FORK 63 SPRING VALLEY 0 EASTSIDE 47 RIVERSIDE 21 EAU CLAIRE 14 HUNTER-KINARD-TYLER 0 FAITH CHRISTIAN 52 LAURENS ACADEMY 34 FLORENCE CHRISTIAN 56 THE KING’S ACADEMY 21 FORT DORCHESTER 55 CANE BAY 23 FOX CREEK 19 WAGENER-SALLEY 12 GAFFNEY 28 GREENWOOD 7 GARRETT 12 BAPTIST HILL 6 GEORGETOWN 46 PHILLIP SIMMONS 7 GILBERT 54 BATESBURG-LEESVILLE 19 GRAY COLLEGIATE 28 SWANSEA 26 GREENVILLE 27 WADE HAMPTON 0 GREENWOOD RAPTORS 40 WARE SHOALS 0 GREER 37 SPARTANBURG 17 GROVETOWN, GA 24 MIDLAND VALLEY 13 HAMMOND 49 TRINITY BYRNES 24 HANNAH-PAMPLICO 28 GREEN SEA-FLOYDS 12 HARTSVILLE 31 SOUTH FLORENCE 12 HEATHWOOD 13 WILSON HALL 12 HILLCREST 20 MAULDIN 14 HILTON HEAD 34 ST. JAMES 0 INDIAN LAND 34 BUFORD 7 IRMO 43 KEENAN 12 JEFFERSON DAVIS 30 HOLLY HILL ACADEMY 14 LAKE VIEW 43 JOHNSONVILLE 0 LAKESIDE, GA 35 SOUTH AIKEN 18 LAKEWOOD 28 LAKE CITY 22 LAMAR 23 CENTRAL 0 LANCASTER 47 FAIRFIELD CENTRAL 18 LANDRUM 25 DIXIE 3 LATTA 26 MARION 23 LAURENCE MANNING 51 AUGUSTA CHRISTIAN 6 LAURENS 34 CLINTON 14 LEXINGTON 16 DREHER 7 LIBERTY 22 BEREA 6 LINCOLN COUNTY, GA 31 MCCORMICK 10 MARLBORO COUNTY 40 CHERAW 14 MAY RIVER 35 BLUFFTON 21 MEMORIAL DAY, GA 58 HILTON HEAD CHRISTIAN 27 MULLINS 56 CREEK BRIDGE 0 MYRTLE BEACH 37 HANAHAN 0 NATION FORD 28 CONWAY 17 NINETY SIX 57 ST. JOSEPH’S 42 NORTH AUGUSTA 27 EVANS, GA 21 NORTH CENTRAL 33 COLUMBIA 8 NORTH CHARLESTON 16 MILITARY MAGNET 14 NORTH MYRTLE BEACH 41 LORIS 14 ORANGEBURG PREP 32 GREENWOOD CHRISTIAN 15 PALMETTO 27 WOODMONT 16 PALMETTO CHRISTIAN 46 TRI-ACADEMY 0 PATRICK HENRY 42 CALHOUN ACADEMY 16 PENDLETON 14 PICKENS 7 PORTER GAUD 42 CARDINAL NEWMAN 21 RICHARD WINN 57 CATHEDERAL 0 RIDGE VIEW 33 PROVIDENCE DAY, NC 7 RIDGELAND-HARDEEVILLE 29 ESTILL 0 RIVER BLUFF 31 RICHLAND NORTHEAST 0 ROBERT E. LEE 32 PATRICK HENRY 25 ROCK HILL 29 SOUTH POINTE 22 SALUDA 55 RIDGE SPRING-MONETTA 12 SAVANNAH CHRISTIAN 54 OCEANSIDE COLLEGIATE 14 SCOTT’S BRANCH 27 EAST CLARENDON 13 SILVER BLUFF 56 WILLISTON-ELKO 10 SOCASTEE 39 NORTH BRUNSWICK, NC 21 SOUTHSIDE 26 JL MANN 19 SOUTHSIDE CHRISTIAN 48 HICKORY HAWKS, NC 0 SPARTANBURG CHRISTIAN 21 THOMAS SUMTER 7 STRATFORD 34 STALL 7 STROM THURMOND 27 AIKEN 21 SUMMERVILLE 34 WANDO 8 SUMTER 49 CRESTWOOD 20 THOMAS HEYWARD 56 JOHN PAUL II 19 TIMMONSVILLE 14 EDISTO 6 TL HANNA 37 EMERALD 7 TRAVELERS REST 63 CAROLINA ACADEMY 0 UNION COUNTY 35 AC FLORA 14 WADE HAMPTON HAMPTON 42 ALLENDALE-FAIRFAX 14 WALHALLA 70 WEST OAK 7 WARDLAW 30 ST. JOHN’S CHRISTIAN 12 WEST ASHLEY 55 JAMES ISLAND 14 WEST FLORENCE 52 DARLINGTON 21 WESTWOOD 18 BLYTHEWOOD 7 WHALE BRANCH 47 CROSS 0 WHITE KNOLL 28 COLLETON COUNTY 21 WHITMIRE 19 GREAT FALLS 6 WILLIAMSBURG ACADEMY 33 CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 6 WILSON 20 MANNING 0 WOODLAND 34 LAKE MARION 0 WOODRUFF 48 BROOME 12 WREN 25 CAMDEN COUNTY, GA 14
  10. High School Football Scoreboard Week Zero AUGUST 18, 2018 BY PHIL KORNBLUT Here’s a rundown of reported high school football scores in South Carolina from Friday night. ABBEVILLE 57 LINCOLN COUNTY, GA 0 ACADEMIC MAGNET 35 NORTHWOOD ACADEMY 7 AIRPORT 49 DREHER 35 ANDREW JACKSON 45 MCBEE 3 ASHLEY RIDGE 30 GOOSE CREEK 13 AUGUSTA CHRISTIAN 48 AUGUSTA PREP 35 BARNWELL 54 WILLISTON-ELKO 6 BATESBURG-LEESVILLE 15 RIDGE SPRING-MONETTA 8 BEAUFORT 35 AC FLORA 21 BERKELEY 69 STALL 12 BLACKSBURG 45 BUFORD 22 BLACKVILLE-HILDA 28 BETHUNE-BOWMAN 0 BLYTHEWOOD 38 RIDGE VIEW 21 BROOKLAND-CAYCE 42 WHITE KNOLL 35 BROOME 46 CENTRAL 14 BURKE 26 CROSS 0 BYRNES 39 GREER 26 CAMDEN 38 NORTH CENTRAL 0 CARDINAL NEWMAN 16 JOHN PAUL II 14 CARVERS BAY 81 WACCAMAW 14 CHAPMAN 59 UNION COUNTY 40 CHERAW 44 DARLINGTON 21 CHESTER 44 AIKEN 12 CLOVER 26 YORK 21 COLUMBIA 40 KEENAN 34 CRESCENT 44 MCCORMICK 0 DANIEL 38 LIBERTY 0 DILLON 49 LUMBERTON, NC 20 DIXIE 19 CHRIST CHURCH 0 DORCHESTER ACADEMY 32 THE KINGS 6 DORMAN 55 WADE HAMPTON 0 EASLEY 13 PICKENS 7 EASTSIDE 22 SOUTHSIDE 18 EAU CLAIRE 44 LEWISVILLE 18 EDISTO 39 HUNTER-KINARD-TYLER 0 FAITH CHRISTIAN 46 CALHOUN ACADEMY 34 FIRST BAPTIST 35 BISHOP ENGLAND 7 FORT DORCHESTER 31 GLYNN ACADEMY, GA 21 GILBERT 35 GRAY COLLEGIATE 28 GREAT FALLS 8 CA JOHNSON 6 GREEN SEA-FLOYDS 49 WEST COLUMBUS, NC 0 GREENVILLE 41 WOODMONT 23 GREENWOOD 28 SOUTH AIKEN 14 GRENNWOOD CHRISTIAN 42 CALHOUN FALLS 14 HAMMOND 15 CHARLOTTE COUNTRY DAY 12 HANNAH PAMPLICO 28 LAKE VIEW 26 HILTON HEAD 43 SAVANNAH 14 HILTON HEAD PREP 45 NORTHSIDE CHRISTIAN 0 JEFFERSON DAVIS 40 PROVIDENCE ATHLETIC CLUB 18 JOHNSONVILLE 42 CREEK BRIDGE 0 LAKESIDE, GA 33 MIDLAND VALLEY 22 LAMAR 69 HEMINGWAY 7 LANCASTER 35 INDIAN LAND 7 LANDRUM 42 BLUE RIDGE 0 LEXINGTON 28 IRMO 21 LORIS 33 ST. JAMES 21 LOWER RICHLAND 14 SWANSEA 8 MANNING 28 SCOTTS BRANCH 0 MARLBORO COUNTY 36 CAROLINA CHRISTIAN 0 MAY RIVER 34 MEMORIAL DAY, GA 6 MID CAROLINA 33 WHITMIRE 7 NINETY SIX 62 EMERALD 46 NORTH AUGUSTA 32 THOMPSON, GA 24 NORTH MYRTLE BEACH 16 CONWAY 14 OAK BROOK PREP 44 WARE SHOALS 8 OCEANSIDE COLLEGIATE 17 BAPTIST HILL 8 ORANGEBURG-WILKINSON 28 CALHOUN COUNTY 8 PORTER GUAD 56 CHARESTON CHARTER 0 RIVER BLUFF 61 FORT MILL 34 ROBERT E. LEE 21 HEATHWOOD HALL 7 SCREVEN COUNTY, GA 31 BLUFFTON 30 SOUTH FLORENCE 41 JAMES ISLAND 14 SOUTH POINTE 49 NORTHWESTERN 14 SOUTHSIDE CHRISTIAN 17 CHARLOTTE LATIN 14 SPARTANBURG 52 NATION FORD 28 ST. JOHNS 39 PHILLP SIMMONS 6 ST. JOHN’S CREEK, GA 48 FAIRFIELD CENTRAL 21 ST. JOSPEH’S 40 CAROLINA ACADEMY 14 STRATFORD 21 TIMBERLAND 6 STROM THURMOND 30 SALUDA 19 SUMTER 33 ROCK HILL 23 THOMAS HEYWARD 33 HILTON HEAD CHRISTIAN 21 TRAVELERS REST 35 RIVERSIDE 14 TRINITY BYRNES 26 BEN LIPPEN 25 VILLAGE CHRISTIAN, NC 70 DILLON CHRISTIAN 7 WADE HAMPTON HAMPTON 24 LEE CENTRAL 7 WAGENER-SALLEY 22 PELION 0 WEST ASHLEY 25 CANE BAY 22 WEST BRUNSWICK 36 SOCASTEE 29 WEST FLORENCE 59 CRESTWOOD 47 WESTWOOD 53 LUGOFF-ELGIN 14 WHALE BRANCH 31 BATTERY CREEK 9 WILSON 26 LAKE CITY 6 WOODRUFF 44 CHESNEE 0
  11. High School Football Scoreboards tonight on SC Radio Network AUGUST 17, 2018 BY PHIL KORNBLUT Listen to the High School Football Scoreboards tonight It’s Week 0 of the high school football season in South Carolina. South Carolina Radio Network once again will provide the only statewide radio scoreboard with five minute updates at 10:00 PM, 10:30 PM and 11:00 PM. The scoreboard shows also will be available on Twitter @SportsTalkSC and on this website. Be sure to tune in to one of our scoreboard affiliates for scores and commentary from David Shelton. Scoreboard Affiliates Columbia, WQXL FM 100.7, AM 1470 Darlington/Florence, WOLH FM 96.3, AM 1230 Greenwood, WCZZ AM 1090 Johnston, WKSX FM 92.7 Kingstree, WDKD AM 1310 Newberry, WKDK AM 1240 Orangeburg, WGFG FM 105.3 Sumter, WIBZ FM 95.5 FM Some of the top games in Week 0 include…. Greer at Byrnes Lexington at Irmo Northwestern at South Pointe Strom Thurmond at Saluda Williston Elko at Barnwell Hemingway at Lamar Dutch Fork at Mallard Creek, NC (SAT)
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    Urban Meyer on Paid Leave.

    Urban Meyer on Paid Leave. Michigan smiling plus celebrating likely an OSU slide
  13. 2018 Heisman Trophy Odds: Best Bets, Values, Longshots The latest 2018 Heisman Trophy Odds are out from the Westgate Las Vegas Superbook. Who’ll win, what are the best longshots, and what’s the best value? Always take The Field. Baker Mayfield was a gettable pick before last season began, but Lamar Jackson came out of left field – or, at least, just outside of the infield – to win two years ago. This season, considering it’s usually a quarterback-driven honor, the race is more wide open than ever. But here’s the problem, IT’S REALLY HARD TO WIN THE HEISMAN. The NFL is loaded with Hall of Fame talents who couldn’t even become finalists, much less win the thing. So remembering that this only works if the player WINS it … Just … Don’t You’re not crazy. The Heisman race can always get a bit funky, and all of these players have the upside to have big seasons. But when it comes to the Heisman, just … don’t. Jalen Hurd, WR Baylor 300/1 Jake Bentley, QB South Carolina, 100/1 Stephen Carr, RB USC 100/1 JT Daniels, QB USC 100/1 Sam Ehlinger, QB Texas 100/1 Travis Etienne, RB Clemson 100/1 Ryan Finley, QB NC State 100/1 Alex Hornibrook, QB Wisconsin 100/1 Dexter Lawrence, DT Clemson 100/1 Ed Oliver, DT Houston 100/1 David Sills, WR West Virginia 100/1 J.D. Spielman, WR Nebraska 100/1 Nick Fitzgerald, QB Mississippi State 60/1 Deondre Francois, QB Florida State 50/1
  14. Gamecock great Connor Shaw leaves Furman. Here’s why, and a little on what’s next August 01, 2018 Former South Carolina star quarterback Connor Shaw’s coaching tenure at Furman is over before the start of his first season with the team. The Gamecocks’ winningest all-time quarterback resigned Tuesday to get a jump start on an as-yet undisclosed “private business.” “It’s been a wild couple days, but there are some exciting things coming up,” Shaw told The State. “The move was very difficult and, obviously, unfortunate timing for Furman, and I hate that because they are great people, and I really enjoyed working with them and the players in that room.” Shaw was hired in January as the Paladins tight ends coach. The school announced a new tight ends coach on Tuesday. “I felt like originally I could do both, but it wasn’t fair to Furman, and it wasn’t fair to this new venture,” he said. “Things kind of progressed quickly for this new opportunity, and I really needed to take advantage of it. This call was made that it would benefit my family well, and at the end of the day I have to do what is right by them. A lot of things I learned in the last six months, I will carry over in this venture.” Shaw won 27 games as South Carolina’s starting quarterback from 2010-2013. He is first in school history in completion percentage (65.5), second in touchdown passes (56) and fourth in passing yards (7,597). He played most recently for the Chicago Bears, finishing there in September when he and the team reached an injury settlement after a foot injury. Shaw started one NFL game. In 2014, he started for the Cleveland Browns, completing 14-of-28 passes for 177 yards and an interception. He also rushed seven times for 9 yards in that game. Shaw spent the 2015 season with the Browns rehabbing a thumb injury and was waived by the team in the summer of 2016. Shaw was signed that summer by the Bears.
  15. Bobby Bentley: USC freshman back ‘probably faster than any’ he's worked with June 08, 2018 South Carolina assistant football Bobby Bentley has worked with a few good runners in his day. He’s managed the Gamecocks backfield the past two years. He coached in the high school ranks for a long time, including Marcus Lattimore’s era with Byrnes High School football. So how does early enrollee freshman Lavonte Valentine compare to the guys he’s worked with? “I think he’s probably faster than any of them, just straight-line fast,” Bentley said. “I think it’s going to be great to have him in our room.” That will happen with a player who can run a 100-meter dash in 10.61, as Valentine did to win a 2017 Florida state track title. The Melbourne Central Catholic High School product could add a different dimension to a Gamecocks backfield that has speed with the likes of A.J. Turner, but perhaps not that pure burner. That is, when Valentine gets healthy. A torn ACL his senior season of high school cost him much of the spring. He saw progress throughout, and that had improved even after practice wrapped at the end of match. “He’s almost full speed,” Bentley said. “He’s definitely 100 percent linear. He’s getting ready to cut now, working all of his cut. We just want to take it very slow and let it be on his pace and have him ready so that we don’t rush him.” It remains to be seen if he’ll redshirt next season or not. Bentley said the decision wasn’t made in the spring, but he came in with fellow freshman Deshaun Fenwick and joins a backfield returning its top five runners from 2017. Although his senior year was limited, he was an explosive presence as a junior. Leading a 12-1 team, he posted 884 rushing yards yards (9.6 per carry) and caught six passes for 175 yards (29.1 yards per reception). He and Fenwick have the potential of a thunder and lightning pairing, but both probably need to learn the finer points of running at the college level. And there too, the injury and missing spring factors in. “That’s where I can’t wait to have him out there so I can gauge him even more,” Bentley said. THE STATE
  16. Will Muschamp on Jaylin Dickerson: 'That's what's killing us right now' May 23, 2018 Jaylin Dickerson remains on schedule to return to the South Carolina football team, but Gamecocks head coach Will Muschamp is still disappointing it didn’t happen sooner. “The guys a good football player and would have played for us this year,” Muschamp said of Dickerson. “That’s what’s killing us right now at the safety position. Here’s a guy that would have played for us last year and been on all special teams, and he’s missed a year of experience, but it is what it is. We have to make it work.” Dickerson was an early enrollee in 2017 and impressed the coaching staff during spring practice, however a shoulder injury he suffered that fall has kept him off the field ever since. Dickerson, who suffered nerve damage in his shoulder, still hasn’t been cleared for contact but is “on time for everything,” Muschamp said. “We will know more about that in August, but everything to this point has been exactly where it needs to be,” Muschamp said. “I have been pleased so far with what I’ve heard. He’s got full range of motion. He’s got most of his strength back, and he’s on time for everything.” The Gamecocks left spring practice with Steven Montac and former walk-on wide receiver Javon Charleston as the projected starters at safety, but Dickerson and Jamyest Williams (shoulder) will get a chance to compete for those spots when they return from injury.
  17. Why one national writer thinks Will Muschamp is 'underrated' May 20, 2018 Barrett Sallee had a vote and a voice in CBS Sports' rankings that put USC's Will Muschamp as the No. 37 coach in Power Five. But the writer who also hosts SiriusXM's College Sports Nation, didn't buy that South Carolina's head man shouldn't have been higher after a nine-win 2017 season. "I had him ahead of Willie Taggart, Mike McIntyre, Dana Holgerson, Larry Fedora, Scott Frost, Kevin Sumlin, P.J. Fleck and on and on and on," Sallee said in his daily podcast. "Because I think Will Muschamp gets sort of unfairly labeled. Sallee said he ranked Muschamp No. 33, and that he considers him "underrated." In two years in Columbia, Muschamp led the Gamecocks from three wins to six and then to 9-4 last season. His teams have yet to produce big offensive numbers, but they've managed to excel in close games (9-4 with a final margin of seven points are less). Sallee said his history is something he's not been able to shake. "I think a lot of people remember Will Muschamp from the Florida days, but refuse to accept the fact that he evolved," Sallee said. "He even evolved his last year at Florida. He decided to go more up-tempo, more shotgun. Jeff Driskel was a mess. Florida was a mess in general. He had all kinds of issues behind the scenes. It was too little too late. The minute he got the South Carolina job, he was doing the exact same thing." Muschamp had a breakthrough in his second year in Gainesville, winning 11 games with a defensive style. Injuries saw his team fall to 4-8 the next year, and a 6-5 season in 2014 ended things there. He came to Columbia promising a push toward up-tempo. USC's sometimes-thin defenses have performed well overall, but the offenses have been slow and often inconsistent or ineffective. He changed offensive coordinators from Kurt Roper to Bryan McClendon in hopes of changing that. Sallee has also been bullish on the Gamecocks going into 2018, saying there's a good chance for 9-10 regular season wins and pushing Georgia in the SEC East. "It takes a lot for a coach to swallow his pride and recognize that all he's been doing throughout the course of his assistant coaching career was wrong," Sallee said. "And that's what Will Muschamp recognized. "Will Muschamp didn't get the respect he deserves."
  18. ESPN predicts which player breaks out in 2018 May 22, 2018 Well, ESPN thinks South Carolina football will be one of the 25 best teams in 2018. Which player could have a breakout season for the Gamecocks? The answer might surprise you. Nothing against Sadarius Hutcherson. Shoot, his name was at the top of SEC Country’s list of breakout candidates in January, so kudos to Alex Scarborough for making the call on Hutcherson, a redshirt sophomore who started four games in 2017. Here’s what Scarborough wrote about Hutcherson: http://www.espn.com/college-football/story/_/id/23434813/college-football-spring-breakout-players-top-25-team With Jake Bentley at quarterback and Deebo Samuel and Bryan Edwards at receiver, the Gamecocks’ passing game has a chance to be special. But it needs protection, and it might have found a key in that respect in former defensive line recruit and current offensive tackle standout Hutcherson, who was one of two offensive players of the spring. Hutcherson, who’s listed as the Gamecocks’ starting right guard, is on a veteran offensive line that includes Dennis Daley (left tackle), Zack Bailey (left guard), Donell Stanley (center) and Blake Camper (right tackle). “[Hutcherson] pretty much worked hard at what he had to do,” Daley said, during spring practice. “He kept working at it and he improved a whole lot. I told him that myself.”
  19. Where does Jake Bentley rank among SEC quarterbacks? May 08, 2018 It’s list season, an annual rite of summer that helps countdown the days until the start of another year of South Carolina football. On Tuesday morning, Athlon Sports unveiled its ranking of the best starting quarterbacks in college football, which, of course, includes South Carolina junior Jake Bentley. Nationally, Bentley checks in as the No. 14-ranked quarterback. Among signal-callers from the SEC, he’s listed at No. 6. The five starting SEC quarterbacks ranked ahead of Bentley are among the top 11 in the country. One might assume that Alabama junior Jalen Hurts, a multi-year starter, would be somewhere in that conversation, too. Without a doubt, it is the year of the quarterback in the SEC. Here’s what Athlon had to say about Bentley, who’s started the last 20 games for the Gamecocks:New play-caller Bryan McClendon is tasked with helping Bentley elevate his play after South Carolina’s offense averaged only 24.2 points a game last fall. More up-tempo looks are in the works for McClendon, which is a good fit for an offense featuring one of the SEC’s top receiving corps. Bentley showed promise in a late stint as South Carolina’s starter in 2016 and threw for 2,794 yards and 18 scores last fall. Entering his junior year, Bentley looks poised to take the next step in his development. Bentley will have plenty of weapons to work with, including wide receivers Deebo Samuel, Bryan Edwards, Shi Smith and OrTre Smith, to go along with running backs Rico Dowdle, A.J. Turner and Ty’Son Williams. Plus, with new quarterbacks coach Dan Werner in his ear and a group of veteran offensive linemen to protect him, Bentley could be in store for a monster third season at South Carolina.
  20. Where CBS ranks Will Muschamp among all power conference coaches May 08, 2018 Will Muschamp oversaw South Carolina football making three-win jumps in each of his first two seasons. But that only did so much to help him in the eyes of a group of writers from CBS Sports. They ranked him 37th among 65 Power Five conference coaches, the same spot he was in last year. He's coming off a 9-4 season with the Gamecocks, only the seventh nine-win season in program history. "The Gamecocks improved from six wins to nine in Muschamp's second season, but he doesn't move in our rankings," CBS's Tom Fornelli wrote. "My guess is that we aren't sure if the team really improved, or it just took advantage of an SEC East that was feeble outside of Georgia." Muschamp came in sixth among SEC coaches. Nick Saban, Gus Malzahn, Dan Mullen, Kirby Smart and Jimbo Fisher were in the top 25, which won't be released until Wednesday. Other conference coaches ranked were: 46. Mark Stoops, Kentucky 50. Derek Mason, Vanderbilt 52. Chad Morris, Arkansas 55. Barry Odom, Missouri 56. Ed Orgeron, LSU 57. Jeremy Pruitt, Tennessee 58. Joe Moorehead, Mississippi State 62. Matt Luke, Ole Miss
  21. Gamecocks wide receivers listed among top draft prospects May 07, 2018 Two wide receivers on the South Carolina football team are listed among the top 2019 draft prospects at the position, according to Matt Miller of Bleacher Report. Deebo Samuel, a redshirt senior, checks in as the No. 4-ranked wide receiver on Miller’s list. Bryan Edwards, who has started every game as a freshman and sophomore, is No. 9. Neither is listed among the top 25 overall prospects. Both, however, could be in store for big seasons in 2018. Samuel, who already has been projected by some as a first-round selection in early mock drafts, scored 6 touchdowns in three games before his 2017 season was cut short. In 2016, Samuel had 59 catches for 783 yards and 6 rushing touchdowns over 10 games. He was also third among SEC pass catchers with 5.9 receptions per game. Samuel caught 12 passes for 161 yards and a touchdown in five games as a redshirt freshman. Most of that production was in the season finale against Clemson: 5 catches for 104 yards and a touchdown. Edwards has 108 receptions for 1,383 yards and 9 touchdowns over 25 career games. His 108 catches are good enough for 13th-most in school history. With 10 more grabs, Edwards will vault past running backs Brandon Bennett, Stanley Pritchett and Cory Boyd to move inside the top 10.
  22. ESPN’s key spring takeaway for 2018 Gamecocks May 04, 2018 We’re into summer No. 3 for the South Carolina football program under coach Will Muschamp, and it feels like big things could be in store for the Gamecocks in 2018. In South Carolina’s key spring takeaway, ESPN reporter Alex Scarborough wrote about the Gamecocks new look offense, under the direction of first-year coordinator Bryan McClendon: “Don’t be surprised if the Gamecocks’ offense takes a big step forward this season,” Scarborough wrote. “Quarterback Jake Bentley having a year under his belt will help, as will the return of receiver Deebo Samuel, but more important there will be a new look to the unit with an emphasis on playing with greater pace.” As a sophomore in 2017, Bentley completed 62 percent of his passes for 2,794 yards with 18 touchdowns and 12 interceptions. He also led the team with 6 rushing touchdowns. Samuel, who played in just three games as a redshirt junior before exiting with a leg injury, scored 6 touchdowns last season. He caught 15 passes for 250 yards and 3 touchdowns. He returned a pair of kickoffs for scores and rushed for another. All seven of the Gamecocks wide receivers who caught passes in 2017 are set to be back. Sophomore Chad Terrell suffered an ACL tear during spring practice and may not be available until after the start of the season. But top-ranked offensive signee, 4-star wide receiver Josh Vann, arrives later this month. South Carolina will have to find a replacement for tight end Hayden Hurst, who was selected in the first-round of the NFL Draft by the Baltimore Ravens.
  23. ESPN analyst suggests position switch for Gamecocks quarterback May 02, 2018 Freshman quarterback Dakereon Joyner hasn’t even finished his first semester as a member of the South Carolina football team. But according to ESPN analyst Tom Luginbill, the former 4-star recruit already needs to change positions. After Luginbill’s appearance on The Rich Taylor Show, he doubled down on his take in a response on Twitter.[/size] Before he arrived to South Carolina in January, Joyner was rated as a 4-star. According to the 247Sports composite, he was ranked as the No. 9 dual-threat quarterback from the Class of 2018. Joyner completed 1 of 5 passes for 25 yards with an interception in the Garnet and Black spring game. He also rushed for 17 yards. On Wednesday morning, Joyner tweeted what is assumed to be a response to Luginbill’s thoughts about his future. Through much of his career at Fort Dorchester High School (North Charleston, S.C.), Joyner made it clear that he wanted to play quarterback in college. Last Thursday, following the first-round of the NFL Draft, Joyner (6-1, 206) stayed firm with his preferred position. Joyner is one of four scholarship quarterbacks on the South Carolina roster for 2018. Junior Jake Bentley has started the last 20 games and is expected to remain as the Gamecocks starter for at least one more season. Senior quarterback Michael Scarnecchia has played only a handful of snaps at South Carolina. The other scholarship signal-caller, Jay Urich, redshirted in 2017.
  24. Deebo Samuel lands on multiple 2019 NFL mock drafts April 30, 2018 Even though the dust is just starting to settle on the 2018 NFL Draft, there’s already one South Carolina football player whose name has popped up on 2019 NFL mock drafts. Senior wide receiver Deebo Samuel is projected as a first-round selection in the 2019 draft by at least two outlets. R.J. White of CBSSports.com listed Samuel as a selection for the Dallas Cowboys at No. 21 overall. “The Cowboys drafted a nice receiver in Michael Gallup but should still be looking for impact players at the position,” White wrote. “The 2019 draft could be a good place to find starting-caliber receivers in Round 1. Samuel missed most of his junior year with a broken leg but still managed 6 combined touchdowns (3 receiving, 1 rushing, 2 as a return man) in three games. ” Joe Tansey from Bleacher Report had Samuel going with the No. 24 selection by the Atlanta Falcons. Throughout his career with the Gamecocks, Samuel has dealt with a series of hamstring injuries, in addition to the fractured leg, which cut his 2017 season short. Samuel (6-0, 210) was voted as the team’s co-MVP for the 2016, during which he had 59 catches for 783 yards and 6 rushing touchdowns over 10 games. He was also third among SEC pass catchers with 5.9 receptions per game. In five games as a redshirt freshman in 2015, Samuel caught 12 passes for 161 yards and a touchdown. A majority of that production came in the season finale against Clemson: 5 catches for 104 yards and a touchdown. If Samuel can stay on the field for every game in 2018, one would have to imagine that his draft stock will be helped tremendously, but that’s a bit if. SECCOUNTRY
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    Gamecock NFL draft wrap up

    Gamecock NFL draft wrap up April 30, 2018 South Carolina defensive lineman Ulric Jones is headed west (and north) for his first shot in the NFL. Jones tweeted Sunday night that he'll get a free agent opportunity with the Seattle Seahawks. The fifth-year senior played in all 13 games, making one start and recording 29 tackles and a sack. Hayden Hurst was Baltimore’s top pick in Thursday night’s first round of the NFL draft, but the former South Carolina tight end wasn’t the biggest name introduced to Ravens fans on Friday. Hurst appeared with fellow Baltimore first-round pick Lamar Jackson at a news conference Friday afternoon. The first four questions were directed to Jackson, and the first question Hurst received was about Jackson. “It’s a little bizarre,” Hurst said, “but he’s a dynamic player. He’s done it on the field. He deserves the recognition.” Hurst was picked with the 25th overall selection in the draft, becoming the first Gamecock taken in the first round since 2014 and the first offensive player from USC taken in the first round since Troy Williamson in 2007. Jackson was taken seven picks later at No. 32 overall, the final pick of the first round. Jackson, the former Louisville quarterback who won the Heisman Trophy in 2016, was a polarizing figure in the draft because some analysts believe he was the best quarterback prospect while others believe his skillset won’t fit in the professional game. He was the fifth quarterback taken in the first round, behind Baker Mayfield, Sam Darnold, Josh Allen and Josh Rosen. “I got my tight end right here,” Jackson said of Hurst. “He’s nice. I’ve watched the highlights.” “I have watched his tape as much as he’s watched mine, and I couldn’t be happier to be in the same organization,” Hurst said. “I saw them pick Lamar and just to know that he is going to be throwing me passes for the next however many years … He’s a dynamic player. I’m a dynamic player as well. That connection is going to be going on for a long time. It’s a great combination.” Skai Moore is reportedly headed to the heartland. The South Carolina football linebacker and longtime defensive stalwart expects to sign with the Indianapolis Colts according to the South Florida Sun Sentinel. The former Gamecocks linebacker , who is one of 15 players in the history of Division I football to lead his team in tackles for four seasons and tied South Carolina's career record for interceptions (14), was not selected in the 2018 NFL Draft. As productive as Moore was in his collegiate career, his size (6-foot-2, 224 pounds) wasn’t ideal to play linebacker in the NFL, and he ran a 4.73 40-yard dash at the NFL combine. By comparison, Boise State linebacker Leighton Vander Esch, who was selected in the first round, is 256 pounds and ran a 4.65 40-yard dash. Moore also missed an entire season because of a neck injury. Jamarcus King went a long way from Alabama to Kansas for junior college on the way to joining South Carolina football. He'll make another long trip for his next step. King tweeted he's joining the Oakland Raiders as an undrafted free agent after not getting picked in the NFL Draft. King came to USC as a four-star junior college prospect from Coffeyville. He took a few games to get into the starting lineup, and started his final 24 games. He had 51 and and 41 tackles in his two years, breaking up 21 passes and and picking off five. The 6-foot-2, 185 pounds, he ran a 4.7-second 40-yard dash at the combine. Guard Cory Helms and defensive tackle Taylor Stallworth probably squared off more than a few times across two years of South Carolina football practice. They might get a few more chances at one another. According to tweets from Helms and Stallworth's agent, both are headed to the New Orleans Saints as undrafted free agents. Hayden Hurst was the only Gamecock taken in the 2018 NFL draft. Stallworth (6-foot-2, 312 pounds) started career 31 games, including all 26 in his final two seasons. He made 41 and 30 tackles his final two seasons, with 5 1/2 tackles for loss and 12 hurries. He was a key factor in USC's run defense. Helms started 23 games at guard after transferring from Wake Forest. He is 6-foot-4, 309 pounds. Alan Knott was a longtime presence on South Carolina's offensive line. Dante Sawyer was an understated disruptor for the Gamecocks defensive front. Both tweeted Saturday night they'd found where they'll get their first chances in the NFL. Knott said he's bound for the San Francisco 49ers, while Sawyer is heading off to join the Kansas City Chiefs. They're part of a cadre of Gamecocks seniors who did not hear their name called across three days of the NFL draft. Hayden Hurst was the only Gamecock picked. Sawyer (6-foot-3, 275 pounds) bounced between end and tackle. He made some subtly impressive plays as a junior and then blossomed as a senior. In 2017, he had 30 tackles, 5 loss, 3 sacks, five pass breakups and forced five fumbles to tie for the most in the nation. He was named Second-Team All-SEC. Knott, a 6-foot-4, 290-pound center who spent five years in the program, started 42 games in Columbia. The rest of USC's players who signed as undrafted free agents included: ▪ CoryHelms signed with the New Orleans Saints, according to his Twitter account. ▪ Chris Lammons signed with the Atlanta Falcons, per the NFL Network. ▪ Taylro Stallworth signed with the New Orleans Saints, according to his agent's Twitter account. ▪ Jamarcus King signed with the Oakland Raiders, according to his Twitter account. ▪ Skai Moore is set to sign with the Indianapolis Colts according to a report from the South Florida Sun Sentinel.

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