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  1. We are the same age and went to Airport High, sorry classmate. This one hurts Lost my closet friend from High school last year hate to see my Classmates pass. South Carolina baseball great Earl Bass died at age 65. He lost a battle with cancer He was living in Florida and according to his Facebook page owned several restaurants. The news was first posted by a friend on Facebook on Sunday Bass, who starred at Airport High School in Cayce, went 34-3 in a four-year USC career, despite missing most of the 1973 season with an arm injury. A first-team All-America selection in 1974 and 1975, Bass had a 12-1 mark in 1974 and was 17-1 in 1975. He set a then national record by winning 23 consecutive games over two seasons, a feat that still ranks second. Bass holds school records for shutouts (10), earned run average (1.34), and strikeouts (392). He went right to the Triple-A level and played four seasons of minor league ball.
  2. Keith Jackson, the legendary voice of college football, dead at 89
  3. South Carolina football great Alex Hawkins dies September 13, 2017 South Carolina football great Alex Hawkins has died. Hawkins died Tuesday in Columbia at age 80 at the HarborChase Assisted Living in Memory Care where had been since December. Keith Funeral And Cremation Services of Hilton Head will handle Hawkins’ arrangements. At South Carolina, Hawkins was the 1958 Atlantic Coast Conference football player of the year and did it all for the Gamecocks. He played offense and defense and kicked extra points. He led USC in passing (1957) and receiving (1956), scoring (1956-58), punt returns (1957-58) and interceptions (1956). He was a third-team All-America selection in 1958. He finished with 1,760 yards combined rushing and receiving in his career and also completed 61 percent of his passes for 410 yards. He was elected in the USC Hall of Fame in 1970.
  4. FeatheredCock

    Max Runager Passed Away

    http://thetandd.com/news/former-nfl-...0cf0fe181.html Sad to hear. I remember Bob Fulton's call when Max boomed an 80 some odd yard punt (86 yards I think) against Hooterville Tech in 1978. I couldn't get tickets and had to listen on the radio. RIP.
  5. Former Gamecock basketball player Rolando Howell dead at 34 JUNE 30, 2016 Rolando Howell Rolando Howell, one of the most decorated high school basketball players to ever come out of South Carolina, died Wednesday night according to media reports and tweets by former teammates at USC. He was 34. Howell broke his C5 vertebrae as the result of a fall following a seizure and had been left paralyzed. He recently was released from the rehabilitation center and was back at his home in Columbia. Howell was a star at Lower Richland High School and was named a McDonald’s All American as a senior. He signed with Eddie Fogler and USC and went on to score 970 points in his career. He helped the Gamecocks reach the 2004 NCAA Tournament but missed it due to a broken wrist. After leaving USC Howell played a number of pro seasons in Europe and Asia before returning to Columbia last year.
  6. Muschamp says Moore is lost for the season MAY 31, 2016 The Gamecocks will miss Moore’s playmaking abilities this season USC football coach Will Muschamp revealed Tuesday at the SEC spring meetings in Destin, FL that star linebacker Skai Moore will have surgery on Friday to repair a disc in his neck and will miss the 2016 season. Moore does have a redshirt year available and is expected to return in 2017. Moore flirted with the idea of entering the NFL Draft after last season but decided to return to school. However, he did not participate in spring practice at all because of the neck issue. Moore was the most touted of the Gamecocks’ returning defensive players having earned second team all SEC honors last season by the coaches and the AP. He has led the Gamecocks’ in tackling for three straight seasons and has 260 total tackles and 11 interceptions in his career, three shy of the school record. Moore’s absence this season will be felt but linebacker is the deepest, most experienced part of the defense. Bryson Allen-Williams, TJ Holloman, Larenz Bryant and Jonathan Walton came out of spring as the top four and except for the junior Allen-Williams, all are seniors who have started at one time or another. Muschamp also told reporters today center Alan Knott had recent wrist surgery but should be fine for the start of fall drills. And he said junior college cornerback Jamarcus King hopes to enroll in summer school today or tomorrow and if not he’ll enroll for the next session.
  7. South Carolina head coach Will Muschamp announced on Tuesday at SEC Meetings in Destin, Fla., that leading returning tackler Skai Moore will be out for the 2016 season. Moore had a herniated disk during the offseason and it did not heal properly. "He's going to have surgery on Friday," Muschamp said. "This is a very common procedure for a herniated disk. This is not a career-threatening injury. Unfortunately that's six months of no contact. He will take a redshirt year this year. He's set to graduate in the spring and will take a redshirt and come back and play his senior year. "We are disappointed for Skai but we need to support him right now."
  8. Redshirt freshman Jalen Christian is set to transfer from South Carolina. Head coach Will Muschamp said on Thursday after practice that Christian has gone about everything the right way and that he will help the wide receiver find a better fit closer to home as he deals with some "personal issues." "Jalen Christian and I met and he’s going to transfer," Muschamp said. "He has some things at home. He has some things that are very personal to him. He’s a great young man and we didn’t want him to leave. I really appreciate how he’s handling the situation; he’s handling it like a man. We’re going to help him transfer to a place closer to home. At the end of the day, it’s about the student-athletes." Muschamp said after Tuesday's practice that Christian had gone back home to tend to some personal matters. He missed practice then and said he would transfer. Christian was a four-star prospect in the 247Sports Composite. He redshirted last season and will have four years of eligibility remaining.
  9. South Carolina wide receiver Pharoh Cooper missed practice and the scrimmage on Saturday and he's going to be out a couple more days, according to head coach Steve Spurrier. Cooper is the leading returning receiver in the SEC. The junior is one of two wide receivers on the Gamecocks squad who has caught a pass. “He’s not hurt seriously,” Spurrier said. “With him out, it’s a bunch of players who haven’t caught many passes and a bunch of quarterbacks who haven’t thrown many.”
  10. FeatheredCock

    Dark days ahead

    This, for me, is the worst time of the year. No practice reports, no news of note will come out between now and the beginning of fall practice. Aside from the occasional barb from the Gamecock Club circuit. But we do have recruiting and summer camps.
  11. FeatheredCock

    RIP Chuck Noll

    I am a big Steelers, fan.........Dang great coach in my humble opinion, may he rest in peace
  12. We're losing almost our entire D-line and possibly both of our corners. The LB corps should be much improved, but that's not much consolation considering they were our weakest link this year. Any and all positive input would be appreciated, because I just don't see how we're not going to be much worse on D next year.

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