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    His 2017 customized Ford Explorer was stolen and he wants it back. It was paid for in cash along with the other 2 cars he has had since committing to Clemson. I’m really worried he won’t be able to get back and forth to the airport for his annual trips to Nassau and Disney.
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    Former Gamecock coach Darrin Horn lands new head coaching job April 24, 2019 Former South Carolina head coach Darrin Horn is back in the coaching business again. After leading the Gamecocks to a 60-63 overall record from 2008 to 2012, Horn has been an assistant at Texas since 2015. Now, though, he is rejoining the head coaching ranks. Per CBS Sports reporter Gary Parrish, Horn will become the new head coach at Northern Kentucky:
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    Ah, so he brings a certain level of holiness to the Gamecock program. So we've got that going for us. Which is nice...
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    LOL, that's like saving up 5 boxtops from your favorite cereal and mailing it off for your new favorite toy.
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    I totally agree. My wife and I sat in the Virginia end zone and had to hear all the talking.
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    I’m not a big basketball fan, but I am pulling for Toronto, as well.
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    Former Gamecocks center Cudd to play JUCO this season June 10, 2019 Former USC center 7-1 Jason Cudd said Monday he has signed a letter of intent to play this season at Olney Central JC in Illinois. Cudd said his plan is to play this one season with the Blue Knights and go thru the recruiting process again. And that would include being open to a return to USC if Frank Martin decides to recruit him again. Cudd, who is from Socastee, said he is spending this summer working out with friends and trainers in his hometown with a focus on his foot-work and improving his three-point shooting. A knee injury limited Cudd to just five games last season. He did not score any points and he had 3 rebounds for the season. As a freshman in 2018, Cudd played in 23 games and scored 30 points while grabbing 22 rebounds. Olney Central reached the national quarterfinals last season and finished with a 25-6 record. The Blue Knights averaged 98 points per game.
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    Baseball 6/10/2019 Kent Reichert | From USC Sports Information | GCF Staff Report Kerry Earns NCBWA First Team Freshman All-America Honor The freshman adds this honor to the SEC All-Freshman Team and the Collegiate Baseball Freshman All-America list. LYNCHBURG, Va. – University of South Carolina freshman righthanded pitcher Brett Kerry has been named a First Team Freshman All-American by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA), it was announced this afternoon (Monday, June 10). It was the first NCBWA Freshman All-America honor for the Gamecocks since Carlos Cortes was on the team in 2017. Kerry, who also was named to the Freshman All-SEC team and was a Collegiate Baseball Freshman All-American, ended his rookie season with a 4-1 record and a 2.62 ERA while recording seven saves in 22 appearances, including two starts. He held opponents to a .200 batting average and had 65 strikeouts in 58.1 innings pitched. In the SEC, Kerry was 2-1 with a 2.95 ERA with four saves and 39 strikeouts in 42.2 innings. The freshman helped the Gamecocks get into the SEC Tournament after striking out four and allowing just five hits and two runs in 6.1 innings in a win over No. 5 Mississippi State. Kerry was a two-time SEC Freshman of the Week (March 4, May 13). He had seven strikeouts in 3.1 innings pitched in a win over Clemson on March 1 and had saves in back-to-back wins against Kentucky on May 10 and 11. He pitched in three innings or more in 10 appearances, including a career-high 6.1 in the regular-season finale vs. Mississippi State. South Carolina has now had four NCBWA Freshman All-Americans – Kerry, Cortes, Braden Webb (2016) and Max Schrock (20
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    There was, next to where the Comedy House used to be (St. Andrews).. we always went to the Forest Drive location.
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    Impressed Deion Sanders: ‘I love it’ That is the Gamecocks June 10, 2019 Deion Sanders I remember his day's at Florida State. That famous punt a ruskie that they pulled on Danny Ford's Clemson Tigers in the valley to pull out a win. Deion played lights out in helping with the win. Glad to see him and his son enjoying Gamecock land. Deion Sanders now a Pro Football Hall of Famer has dropped his son Shilo now in college here at Carolina back in May. This weekend, Prime Time cam back to Columbia and back on campus, in part so his son Shedeur could camp with the Gamecocks on Friday. Deion Sanders took in the local Waffle House, and on Saturday morning ran through some drills with his sons, having parts of it captured on a video that made it to Instagram. In the video, he mentioned one thing that’s stood out with the way the school and Will Muschamp’s staff has worked with him barely a month into Shilo’s career. “We get a report from the school every week on his progress, and I love it,” Deion Sanders said in the video, sporting a script Carolina shirt. “They send me everything he’s doing, in the weight room, in the classroom, everything. I love that about South Carolina. “As a parent, you want to make sure your baby is straight and he’s working.”
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    From Grantland article in 2015 - Seventh Woods’s unusual name is derived, his parents say, from the Book of Genesis. “And God blessed the seventh day and made it holy, because on it he rested from all the work of creating that he had done.” http://grantland.com/features/seventh-woods-high-school-basketball/
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    ‘He was THAT GUY.’ A look back at Steph Curry’s last college win, as told by Gamecocks BY ANDREW RAMSPACHER - The State South Carolina’s little connection to these NBA Finals happened 10 years ago when 7,251 fans came to see the Gamecocks host a first round NIT game at Colonial Life Arena. Monday’s crowd at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto is expected to be much larger as the Larry O’Brien could be handed to the Raptors for the first time in franchise history. The stakes in Canada are higher than they were in Columbia on March 17, 2009, but there’s a common main attraction. Now, Stephen Curry is the two-time MVP trying to will the injury-ridden Golden State Warriors back from a 3-1 series deficit and capture a fourth title in five years. Then, Curry was college basketball’s darling, a skinny scoring machine with great bloodlines and an NCAA tournament run for the ages. But after making the Elite Eight in 2008, Curry and Davidson failed to make the Big Dance a year later. The Wildcats (26-7) were NIT-bound, matched up with a 21-win team from the SEC. What transpired was Curry’s final college victory. The junior scored 32 points as Davidson pulled away from USC, 70-63, and advanced to the NIT’s second round, where it lost at St. Mary’s. Curry declared for the NBA draft a month later. (CLICK TO VIEW FULL ARTICLE)
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