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    Don't get me wrong but Jake has made a lot of mistakes and should be accountable. I look at him like I do my golf game. I hit the ball long and I am also a good putter. My iron play over the years has been a little suspect so it puts a lot of pressure on me to hit every tee ball and every putt perfect or close to it. Now, take Bentz and the offense, if we cant run or block then he or any QB will start forcing passes they shouldn't, resulting in turnovers. I really thing Bentz tries too hard sometimes to cover for all the flaws the entire team, offense and defense , has. I mean lets face it, or defense after the injury bug set in could not stop anyone and the whole team including Bentley knew it. So they are walking out on the field feeling we had to score a TD every possession. That is a lot of pressure to put on to a scheme.
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    I decided to relive the blunder that was the UGA game today, and specifically try to watch how Jake reads his receivers.I'm no coach, but consistently what killed him that game was waiting too long to pass to the open receiver. He would consistently throw the ball to the right receiver who was open, but the problem was he hung on to the ball way too long before attempting the pass, resulting in UGA's DB's being able to come up and bat the ball away as he stared them down. Combine that with our run blocking being awful that game against UGA's defensive line, and we I think that constitutes the majority of why we couldn't put up a fight. Jake's good throws would come when he passed to a guy like Edwards or Deebo, where he did not hesitate making the decision to pass to them. Where he would hang on to the ball too long is when throwing to a TE or one of the more unproven receivers.In a similar vein, Muschamp's recent report from scrimmage says that Jake is holding on to the ball too long. That tells me that our secondary, which, as Muschamp said, is becoming SEC caliber, has learned to consistently read Jake's eyes and beat out his hesitant throws. And a possibility as to why he is becoming so hesitant is that without Deebo, who made our WR corps so electric, he may not have complete trust in his receiving corps to catch the ball. If you ask me, I think that's why he struggles in big games. It's not necessarily that he gets anxious and plays worse, I think it's because he can get away with being too late on his throws against bad defenses, but not quality secondaries. That also would explain his struggles (primarily interceptions) in the red zone, too. When the field gets short for him and he needs to fit it inside tighter windows, being late on your throws sets up a lot of 50/50 balls. That's what happened against UVA, for example. His hesitation and staring down the open receiver lead to INT's. I think Jake plays his best football when he is confident in his receiving corps as a whole, and is ready to just lay it all on the line. He was locked in against Clemson this past year, putting full trust in his receivers, and it paid off. A lot of guys made catches that night, and while it was the Deebo show, Jake's ability to get the ball in other receivers' hands helped spread out that Clemson secondary and give us more opportunities through the air. In games where he struggled, like UGA, he would stare down an open receiver (again, unless it were Deebo or Edwards), unsure if he should throw it to them, and when he did, it was already too late. On the bright side, I am glad that our secondary is finally able to really test Jake, and really compete against our receivers. It will force Jake to trust his receivers more and not think twice about throwing to the open man if he wants to keep his job and find success against talented defenses. If we want to have a shot against anybody good this year, Jake has to play with confidence not only in himself, but against his receivers. I'm rooting for him.
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    Game week1: Talking North Carolina Tarheels (Discussion Thread) Gamecock Football is right at 2 weeks away, just think Gamecocks will begin the Game preparation for the Tarheels next few days. With the season so close time to talk Gamecocks vs Tarheels. Will the offensive line be one of the better groups? The defense will it stand up? Will injuries show there ugly head? What will Feaster do in his first outing as a Gamecock? Secondary will it be able to close the deal when needed? Bentley is the year he shows up for every game? So much more to talk about. Here is your chance. Let's hear what you have to say, are you confident that the Gamecocks can get it done the first week of the season? What are the strong points For the Tarheels? Do they have any advantages, be the kicking game running backs etc.? GO COCKS!!
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    GAMECOCKFANATICS OFFICIAL PREVIEW & PREDICTION THREAD: 2019 Belk College Kickoff Classic South Carolina Gamecocks vs North Carolina Tarheels When: Saturday August 31, 2019 Kick-off: 3:30 pm EDT Where: Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte, NC TV: ESPN The 2019 season kicks off in earnest as the South Carolina Gamecocks battle their old rivals the North Carolina Tarheels in the Belk College Kickoff Classic, in the 75,523-seat Bank of America (BoA) Stadium on Saturday, August 31st, at 3:30 pm ET. The last time each team faced each other, it pitted head coaches Steve Spurrier for USC and Larry Fedora for UNC. This season will be the first ever contest between Gamecock Head Coach Will Muschamp, in his 4th year at USC, against 1st-year Tarheel Head Coach Mack Brown. Another story within a story, Muschamp spent three seasons on Brown's staff at Texas, as the Defensive Coordinator and "Head Coach In Waiting", before taking the top job at Florida in 2011. Both programs are coming into 2019 looking to step forward from their previous seasons' performances. Muschamp's Gamecocks finished 7-6 (4-4) in 2018 in a season that many feel under-performed with heart-breaking losses to Texas A&M, Kentucky, and Florida, as well as a disappointing 28-0 loss to Virginia in the Belk Bowl, played in BoA Stadium. Brown takes over the Tarheels program in his second stint as their Head Coach - he previously coached UNC from 1988 to 1997 - and is looking to rebuild the fallen program that experienced only two Atlantic Coast Conference wins, and only five wins overall, over the previous two seasons. The Coaches USC Gamecocks Head Coach: Will Muschamp (age 48), 4th year, 22-17 (50-38 as Head Coach) Offensive Coordinator/Wide Receivers: Bryan McClendon Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Backs: Travaris Robinson Quarterbacks: Dan Werner Running Backs: Thomas Brown Offensive Line: Eric Wolford Tight Ends: Bobby Bentley Defensive Line: John Scott Jr. Special Teams/Linebackers: Coleman Hutzler Special Teams/Nickle Backs/Sam Linebackers: Kyle Krantz Outside Linebackers: Mike Peterson UNC Tarheels Head Coach: Mack Brown (age 67), 1st year (2nd stint), 11th year overall, 0-0, 69-46-1 total (244-122-1 as Head Coach) Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks: Phil Longo Co-Defensive Coordinator/Safeties: Jay Bateman Co-Defensive Coordinator/Inside Linebackers: Tommy Thigpen Wide Receiver: Lonnie Galloway Running Backs: Robert Gillespie Offensive Line: Stacy Searels Assistant Head Coach/Tight Ends: Tim Brewster Defensive Line: Tim Cross Cornerbacks: Dre Bly Special Teams/Outside Linebackers: Scott Boone The Rivalry - The Battle Of The Carolinas This season's game will be the 58th edition to "The Battle of the Carolinas": a rivalry that began in 1903, and spanned across both programs being conference mates in the Southern Conference and then the Atlantic Coast Conference. UNC holds a 34-19-4 overall lead in the series. USC would win the final 4 games in the series as a conference rival in the ACC, and then win 8 of the next 13 games - including 6 of the last 7 - as an independent and then current member of the SEC. After this opening game, both teams are scheduled to meet again in 2023, again at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte. Key Match-ups In The Game With UNC's new Air-Raid offense under Phil Longo, and new "position-less" defense under Jay Bateman, UNC will have their work cut out for them to get onto the same page quickly against South Carolina. On offense, UNC will rely heavily on it's RB depth - not-so arguably the strongest position on its offense, if not its entire team. The Tarheel QB will be young, inexperienced, and facing a SEC level defense for their first time, regardless who it may end up being. The RBs will be expected to be additional receivers all game long, as well. Perhaps the biggest question after the QB position for the Tarheels is their OL, which returns only two starters from 2018. South Carolina's defense's biggest match-up will therefore be at the line of scrimmage, with their veteran experience of seniors Wonnum, Kinlaw, Smith, and Thomas. If Coach Muschamp's defense can collapse the Tarheel OL consistently, it could be a reverse to what Bateman wants from his own defense, and keep UNC's offense off the field, and allow the Gamecock offense to stay on it. Defensively, UNC will also look to fluster USC QB Jake Bentley with disguises, pre-snap movements and unique blitz angles. The idea behind this is to eliminate double-teams on defensive players, to effectively leave offensive blockers with no one to block. Overall to fluster QBs on their reads, OLs on their assignments, and put the offenses into 3rd and long situations, and get them off of the field. Their defense will depend heavily on strong DT play, and they do have a couple of quality DTs in seniors Crawford and Strowbridge, but beyond them their depth is thin in experience. The offensive response to this for South Carolina, is for senior QB Jake Bentley to be on his game. He needs to make strong reads of UNC's defensive looks, and hit his targets dead on when he gets them. UNC's DL may not be that consistent with it's young depth, so the Gamecock RBs must exploit whatever weaknesses or soft spots they can find, and help the passing game. This is a major objective for the Gamecock offense against any opponent this season, but it will be especially crucial against an unproven Tarheel defense playing their first game in a new system. Overall, both USC and UNC come into this game with major questions for their ability to defend against the run. Both had terrible run defenses in 2018: USC was ranked 95th nationally, while UNC was 111th. USC's run offense was mediocre in 2018, ranked 92nd nationally, while UNC's was a strong 44th. Both teams return veteran experience and depth at the RB position, while UNC's offensive scheme may ultimately turn towards the pass game, they will rely largely on their RB leadership. USC will need to hope that improvements on their defense combined with UNC's weaker OL plus their inexperience will make the difference in the game, while their own run game is able to capitalize on UNC's issues with their own defense. Whichever team's defense responds against the opposing run game better, will go a long way towards helping that team to victory. South Carolina Will Win If The Gamecocks bring the more battle-hardened, experienced, and more confident team. There is more continuity, and more leadership. They just need to play like it. Bentley and Edwards are set to become all-time career leaders at QB and WR for South Carolina - they need to bring their leadership and talents and knowledge to the table. Bentley has had issues with starting games in the past too emotional and fired up. Hopefully his maturity will enable him to calmly lead the team. The offense under Coach McClendon is adynamic one, but the consistency of execution has not been at times. Start the game on the same page, make the reads, make the blocks, and the backs hit the seams, and the offense should be strong. The defense comes out strong and aggressive, and they will find plenty to eat. North Carolina Will Win If This may be almost as much a question on South Carolina as it is on North Carolina. The Gamecocks have started season-openers sluggishly in the past, but they've been fortunate to come on strong late in games and pulled them out. But Mack Brown is a proven coach: does he have the talent and depth he'll need in Game 1 of Season 1 (Part 2)? Will South Carolina help his team believe that he does? The last thing an inexperienced team with little confidence needs, is a boost of confidence from their opponent, where the Gamecocks are concerned. What Will Happen This South Carolina team is loaded with veteran players: Bentley, Edwards, Dowdle, Feaster, Wonnum, Kinlaw, Thomas, Brunson, Smith. Lots of leaders who are on their last rodeo. They will have this season as their final chance to put their signature on their college careers, and perhaps get people at the next level looking their way. Several of them contemplated trying for that next level after last season, but for various reasons returned to make a stronger case for themselves in 2019. This team left 2018 with some unfinished business, and a sour taste in their mouths. UNC is totally YOLO-ing it this season, with no idea what lies ahead, and little expectations for themselves. Early on, as each team and staff feels each other out, there will be some stumbles and mistakes, but I expect South Carolina's experience and depth to push through towards the end of each half, as North Carolina's team wears down... GCF Prediction South Carolina 42, North Carolina 24 Please offer your thoughts and discussion regarding the game!
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    I hope they all consider us the underdog and then after we are 5-0 UGA will really wonder what they got coming their way. They will trip us up but we will be 9-1 when we go to Texas A&M. The 12th man will trip us again but then we come home to get ready to end Clem's run at 5. 10-2 season. Muschamp finally get respect. Easy bowl win and all this great talent coming in make sure we are not always the underdog anymore because next year we win the East and make the playoffs.
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    Gamecocks should win by 20. They are ahead of the heels talent wise and having a solid coaching staff on deck.
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    I am going to skip on AJ for now. Looks like he will be a starting CB this year any way. Some thoughts in regards to the other Seniors... Mon, Rico, and Traevon I am sure most college Sr's are hoping to shine enough to get an NFL team interested in them. That's the dream. To be a pro and make that money. Here you are, a RB at an SEC school that is about to get enormous TV coverage. I imagine you want your team to win, but you also want to be one of the ones helping that happen. So right now all three are busting it in hopes of being one of the 2 starters. And also trying to be the one that gets the most handoffs. I mean its great to get playing time, but if the other guy gets most of the plays, that's not helping you get noticed. I feel all 3 of them are going to be great this year. And they are going to get rotated a lot to keep a fresh guy in there. And every time they get the ball they are going to be killing it to do good enough to get it more. It would be great to see a couple get 100+ yards in a game and the other not far behind. Jake would have a dream job too; just hand it off 4 or 5 times then throw a bomb on an RPO because the opposing D expects another run. Having explosive RB's will truly be special this season.
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    Wingo was named to the coaching staff of new Notre Dame coach Link Jarrett, the Fighting Irish announced Monday. Wingo will serve as Notre Dame’s volunteer assistant. “Scott loves coaching, developing players, and winning,” Jarrett said in a press release. “His skill in working on the field in many components is vital in his role at Notre Dame. He has an incredible championship pedigree and was a standout player winning two national titles at South Carolina. He has left a distinct mark everywhere he has played and coached.”
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    PJ Dozier has reportedly signed a one-year deal with the Denver Nuggets. ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski broke the story Monday night August 12, 2019
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    Just don't forget, according to the Mannings', he has improved this off season. "Trends are hard to overcome." Maybe he found a way to do just that. I really hope after Saturday's scrimmage that coach will be speaking highly of him.
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    You had me at AC/DC!!
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    That is an absolutely fair, and reasonable explanation. I can get on board with that. It's hard to be accurate, and play to the best of your ability, when you have so much pressure on you. I am very excited to see how the defense improves this year, and I think the rest of the offense should be much better, including the O-line. So, hopefully, the D can hold teams down a bit, to give Bentley a little breathing room, and the O-line can give him a bit of time, and the receivers can catch. Also, I do believe the running game is going to be much improved, and that should also be a shot in the arm. Can August 31 please get here? I'm dying to see how it all shakes out.
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    I know AJ gives his all and will leave Carolina with a hell of a legacy. But I was hoping to hear or see one of the younger speed merchants taking that position.
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    I really like Jake but I'm starting to think he would be much better on the sidelines as a coach. The fact he is a film rat and his understanding of the game is top-notch in my opinion. However, he just doesn't seem to be able to, well, to be consistent. I hope he changes things around this year. I'd like to see him have a fantastic year.
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    LB Eric Shaw of Notasulga, AL will announce Thursday at 3:30 Eastern August 13, 2019 3 star LB Eric Shaw of Notasulga, AL will announce Thursday at 3:30 Eastern with Gamecocks, Tennessee and Auburn his final three.
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    Think AJ is going to do great on kickoffs. An outside the box punt returner I’d like to see, but will never happen, is to put Joyner there. He’d be like Ace 2.0 doing that.
  21. 1 point
    This team seems like they are starting to get some real attitude and swagger. Just reading their comments and the confident language just feels much different this year.
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    I will be honest, I'm not worried about our recruiting at all. After everyone sees the product we put on the field this year, it will turn a lot of heads. Only 3 years in to the CWM era and we will have a good offensive and defensive line with a heavy does of very good skill position player. If my observations are correct, the recruiting stuff will take care of itself.
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    Average more than 150 yards on the ground and the Gamecocks will have a good season.
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    I've been pleased with the practice reports so far and updates on their progress, but if you ask me, I'm not going to put much stock into thinking they could have a breakout year. It's all the same personnel, sans Feaster, so there's no reason for me to believe they'll perform any different until I see it with my own eyes. I am rooting for them, I just need to see production in Game 1 and consistency before I am ready to feel really good about our offense as a whole. I think our win total hinges on how well the run game does this year, though. The defense should be SEC caliber, the receivers will be quite good, Bentley should be pretty good, and if the run game steps up and is reliable for the first time in 5 years, I can see us winning 8+ games this year. The run game being consistent helps take the weight off of Jake's shoulders too, so I think he would play better and not try to force the ball in tight windows as much as he usually does. If that's the case, it could be a legitimately great season. However, if the run game is much of the same, I see a 6 or 7 win season, and the offense struggles.
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    Muschamp meet with the media after scrimmage this is what he had to say Will Muschamp Media Availability — 8/12/19
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    It's exactly what I like to hear. On the defensive side, we're tackling well and covering well. Those things are simply technique issues that a good defense should have down pat. It definitely means it's real competitive out there because defenders are putting in effort when they're tackling well. Offensively, I'm not too worried about the passing game. It's something we've done well here for years now, so at this point our receivers are likely just not too concerned with their ability to play well. That's not a positive, in fact I would rather have them busting their ass to make plays, but I'm sure as we get closer to game time, the energy and effort will hike up for those guys are they get in game mode. It's great to hear about the running backs. The fact that Dowdle and co. is performing better even without Feaster in practice means they understand they need to step it up, and they're taking every handoff like their career depends on it. All this report tells me is the guys are putting in the necessary effort to continue to elevate themselves.
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    By JOE MCLEAN, and SILVIA RAMIREZ 1. Georgia: Last season Georgia went 7-1 in the conference and 11-3 overall, finishing at No. 1 in the SEC East standings. The Bulldogs' strong season came with the help of rising junior Jake Fromm, who has been playing center and completely controlling the offense to his advantage throughout his time at Georgia. Last season, Fromm completed 206 passes, 25 more passes than he completed in the 2017 season. Additionally, the Bulldogs have rising junior DeAndre Swift as a running back. Last season, Swift ran for 1,049 yards and 10 touchdowns and he is projected as a high-round NFL draft pick. A strong offense wasn't the only threat Georgia had: They were just as strong from a defensive perspective. Cornerback DeAndre Baker was awarded the Jim Thorpe Award last year as the nation's best defensive back; however, with the loss of Baker to the 2019 NFL draft, Georgia will have big shoes to fill defensively. Overall, Georgia's chemistry on offensive is a tough one to break; it is a powerhouse and will most likely continue to be at the top of the SEC East at the end of the 2019 season. 2. Florida: The Gators, who posted a 10-3 record last year, are the pick for second place in the SEC East, behind defending division champion Georgia. Coming off a 10-win season, which included a win over the Gamecocks, the Gators are returning with a lot of players from last season, including quarterback Feleipe Franks and 13 of their 17 defensive players from last year. Gators head coach Dan Mullen exceeded expectations in 2018, and with a schedule that doesn’t include Auburn or Texas A&M, the Gators are in a position to build off of last season. The Gators have been notorious for having a stellar defense in the SEC; however, the biggest question will be whether Franks can limit his mistakes, as the veteran quarterback has been inconsistent at times throughout his career in Gainesville. 3. South Carolina: The Gamecocks are at a crossroads of sorts this year. Following a 7-6 season, which included a 28-0 loss in the Belk Bowl, South Carolina is looking to bounce back in 2019. They will have talent on both sides of the ball, as they return with veteran players such as quarterback Jake Bentley and wide receiver Bryan Edwards, in addition to adding highly recruited freshman lineman Zacch Pickens. However, the schedule is considered one of the toughest in the nation with teams like Alabama, Georgia and Clemson on the schedule. It is possible that this team will be better in 2019, but the record may not reflect it, given the talent of the competition. It will be vital for the Gamecocks to keep pace in the SEC after a disappointing end to the 2018 season and to maintain the improvements they have made under Will Muschamp, despite the level of competition. 4. Missouri: The Missouri Tigers come in at No. 4 in the SEC East for our preseason picks. The Tigers are coming off a respectable 8-5 season. They gained quarterback Kelly Bryant, who transferred from Clemson, in place of former quarterback Drew Lock, who was drafted by the NFL’s Denver Broncos this past spring. Bryant was successful at Clemson and led it to an ACC title in 2017, bringing a new dynamic to the Missouri offense. However, Missouri is facing a postseason ban in 2019 due to NCAA violations. Additionally, Missouri has had problems on the defensive side of the ball recently. In 2018, the Tigers struggled to get to the opposing quarterback and ranked 108th in the country in sack rate; no defender had more than 2.5 sacks over 13 games. With the combination of questions to be answered, from defense to the bowl ban, Missouri will have a lot to prove in 2019 as they move on from the Drew Lock-era. 5. Kentucky: Kentucky is coming off one of the best seasons in its history, coming from a 10-3 in 2018. Head coach Mark Stoops was also the SEC Coach of the Year in 2018, further cementing last year’s Wildcats team as one of the best in school history. However, 2019 could be a different story, as they lost key players such as Josh Allen and Benny Snell, in addition to 12 other starters from last year. Quarterback Terry Wilson is back, but Wilson was inconsistent last year and was ranked 14th in the SEC for total passing yards. The schedule is not easy either, with games at Georgia, South Carolina and Mississippi State. The Wildcats just finished their best stretch of football in program history, but this self-proclaimed basketball school will have to prove themselves on the football field this year. 6. Tennessee: Tennessee does not have it easy on the field this year, as they face the Alabama Crimson Tide in Alabama. Tennessee was at the bottom of the SEC East standings in 2018 with their season ending 2-6 in the conference and 5-7 overall. In the upcoming season, besides having to face Alabama, the Volunteers are also facing Florida, Georgia and Kentucky. Tennessee still has too many struggles offensively to be a threat to Alabama, Florida, Georgia or Kentucky. Over the past two seasons, Tennessee has struggled offensively to move the ball. As they come into the 2019 season they must rely on a young team of freshman to carry the team because of injuries in the previous season. Starting a young core can be difficult, but may turn out in favor of the Volunteers with Wanya Morris and Darnell Wright likely to be starters this upcoming season. Tennessee was at the bottom of the SEC East standings last season but Vanderbilt may take the seventh spot this season and move Tennessee to sixth because of Vanderbilt's upcoming schedule. 7. Vanderbilt: Vanderbilt has a high chance of being moved from sixth in the SEC East in the 2018 season to seventh by the end of the upcoming season. The Commodores have a tough schedule; they do not play Alabama this season but they will have to go up against, Georgia, LSU, South Carolina, Florida and Kentucky. Vanderbilt has more of a threat this season than Tennessee does, although they are not playing Alabama. Vanderbilt's leader last season was quarterback Kyle Shurmur, who had 2,844 passing yards last season; however, he was signed this year as an undrafted free agent by the Chiefs. Without Shurmur leading the team, Vanderbilt will struggle offensively. Those struggles may push Tennessee to sixth in the SEC and Vanderbilt to seventh.
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    Or just beat both Georgia and Florida and enjoy another trip to the SEC championship
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    Interesting, and a bit concerning, about CWM's report of the offense for the scrimmage. He says our run offense has been improving, while the passing offense is still dealing with inconsistency, all QBs not getting passes out quick enough, etc. He seemed to imply the dropped passes were fewer, but the inconsistency is a concern with the offense being so experienced at the skill positions. But it's only Practice #10, so we still have a long ways to go. Hopefully the improving defense is playing a major role for that inconsistency... I do like the constant and consistent message Coach Mushamp has been putting out all off-season about this being the deepest, most talented team he's yet had at South Carolina. He spoke very encouragingly at the end of the presser about having a legitimate 3-deep team at all positions, and how that helps with all players getting more snaps and fostering more competition. Hopefully this all translates onto the field this season, beginning with August 31st., but it appears that Coach Muschamp is pretty encouraged about this team....
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    We are getting ever closer to the start of the college and NFL football seasons so I will start posting more games for you to be able to wager. Please continue to requests games - I will likely not create the bet for that requested game no earlier than seven days before the game starts in order to get the latest spread (based on injuries, results of recent competition, etc.). The odds on the bets so far have been (1) on spread bets meaning if winning team also beats the spread, the bet pays out $1 for every $1 bet. The odds to (1.5) for bets on the underdogs to cover the spread in the future.
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    Started recruiting this kid a few weeks ago when they knew Tank would be a long shot. USC offered 2020 RB Henry Parrish (5-10 173) of Miami. He committed to Pitt in June. Miami, Florida State, Michigan, Indiana, Tennessee, Penn State, Wake Forest and West Virginia are some other reported offers.
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    I thought that's what we had with Carolina Girls. I kid, I kid.
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