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  1. 1st, Got to find some way to recognize those SR's, Harrigan and Harris. They so deserved the chance to get a second title. They were there to win that first one and both have played tough this year. They both started, scored a whole lot of points (Harris had the highest at 28.7 per game), and played a whole lot of minutes. They will probably both play WNBA but it is a shame if they don't get recognized for this season like they should. I am sure they were getting the younger girls prepped for the championship. 2nd, I hope they pay Dawn any bonus she would have got being she did finish #1. She deserves a raise either way. Her recruiting is out of this world. That's why 3 Freshmen started all year. She has 2 seniors to replace. Would be awesome to see next years team have 2 freshmen and 3 sophomore starters and play as strong as this team. But she has a bench that could be starters anywhere and she gives them enough playing time they will still be recognized by WNBA. She is just an outstanding coach.
  2. No doubt they deserve it. I would have loved to see us beat Oregon like we did those other ranked teams. I hate we didn't face them down in the Virgin Islands when we beat Baylor.
  3. Arkansas beating Vandy at the half 38 - 26. Not a whole lot of defense right now by either team. Ark got the lead but now Vandy is keeping up with them shot for shot.
  4. Boy it sure is fun to watch such a good team. They slow down to burn some clock and Miss St. scores 6 real quick. They speed back up and take the lead back to 22 real quick. No team will stop these girls.
  5. Arkansas cut a 19-point halftime lead down the seven points in the 3rd but we still came back to beat them by 26 points. 90 - 64
  6. First 2 picks were right. Miss St will take care of KY or UT so I expect we will have them for the championship. It was a tough fought game last time and I don't expect any different next time. I also expect we will see them again in the final 4 of the dance.
  7. Arkansas just did pull that one out and should be getting tired some. Our girls are very rested and did not have to play many minutes today either. Ark. did play a strong 4th against us in the first match this season, but never really looked like they would make up all the points. We only beat them by 9 that game but had no problem holding that lead, Gonna be another great game to watch.
  8. He has had a great year. A couple of our wins were a direct result of his play. I hate that the refs were so quick to call a foul on him, but his D has gotten really impressive. Overall Individual Statistics # Player GP GS Minutes FG 3PT FT Scoring Rebounds PF AST TO STL BLK TOT AVG FGM FGA FG% 3PT 3PTA 3PT% FTM FTA FT% PTS AVG OFF DEF TOT AVG 52 Bolden, Jair 29 15 622 21.4 93 219 .425 47 111 .423 21 30 .700 254 8.8 6 65 71 2.4 51 41 22 25 3 24 Bryant, Keyshawn 21 19 444 21.1 73 159 .459 1 15 .067 40 60 .667 187 8.9 25 64 89 4.2 62 28 42 17 15 23 Green, Mike 8 0 15 1.9 3 6 .500 2 4 .500 1 1 1.000 9 1.1 1 2 3 0.4 1 1 1 2 0 21 Kotsar, Maik 30 30 911 30.4 141 281 .502 0 1 .000 58 84 .690 340 11.3 61 129 190 6.3 88 68 45 45 32 20 Frink, Alanzo 29 11 410 14.1 57 94 .606 0 3 .000 37 67 .552 151 5.2 50 55 105 3.6 79 13 20 16 20 15 Leveque, Wildens 29 8 293 10.1 28 46 .609 0 0 .000 17 37 .459 73 2.5 36 41 77 2.7 62 6 16 10 15 14 Nelson, Nathan 12 0 37 3.1 1 6 .167 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 2 0.2 2 0 2 0.2 6 0 1 0 0 13 Henry, Micaiah 9 1 35 3.9 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 1 5 .200 1 0.1 2 6 8 0.9 5 1 0 1 0 12 Hannibal, Trae 25 0 310 12.4 35 86 .407 2 13 .154 21 35 .600 93 3.7 11 41 52 2.1 41 30 37 29 3 10 Minaya, Justin 21 21 638 30.4 56 141 .397 19 72 .264 33 51 .647 164 7.8 40 88 128 6.1 44 45 18 13 19 05 Couisnard, Jermaine 29 15 755 26.0 117 299 .391 35 117 .299 81 121 .669 350 12.1 21 62 83 2.9 79 94 64 22 4 04 McCreary, Jalyn 26 0 303 11.7 45 79 .570 0 1 .000 16 42 .381 106 4.1 28 41 69 2.7 74 7 20 7 12 02 Anderson, Trey 8 0 22 2.8 0 7 .000 0 3 .000 2 2 1.000 2 0.3 0 0 0 0.0 2 0 0 1 0 01 Moss, TJ 29 0 354 12.2 23 85 .271 10 42 .238 5 17 .294 61 2.1 2 24 26 0.9 35 44 30 8 1 00 Lawson, AJ 30 30 876 29.2 133 318 .418 57 165 .345 85 119 .714 408 13.6 14 95 109 3.6 64 57 58 36 4 Total 30 6025 200.8 805 1828 .440 173 548 .316 418 671 .623 2201 73.37 356 764 1120 37.3 693 435 390 232 128 Opponents 6025 200.8 633 1615 .392 191 640 .298 616 846 .728 2073 69.10 303 759 1062 35.4 615 343 467 182 108 190 rebounds, 45 steals, 32 blocks. Absolute most playing time. A huge part of our team. I don't think he would be an NBA starter, but he sure would help any bench.
  9. Going to be some really good games tomorrow. I think Ark. will beat A&M. Miss St. will crush LSU and UT will upset Ky.
  10. With the QB under center you should also see plays with 2 RB in at one time. You put Harris and Lloyd back there together, the D will have murder trying to figure it out. Back when I was coaching HS ball, I loved to play that way. You wear them down with some running plays and then on your play action, you keep one RB back there to protect your QB. It just made sense to me to play that way but your OL has to block good because the QB can only back up so fast. Great for us, both of those RB can make D miss them and break open some big runs.
  11. One month left until the spring game. So what do you think? Is our team going to look way different yet or are they only going to be a little different? How many changes can Bobo bring into play in just a little over a month practicing? Is our Offensive going to be a whole different show? What about our D? How many changes do you expect? I sure do hope after that spring game that I am super ready for the season. If they don't look that different, it will be really hard to get excited. I was excited last year and sure did get disappointed. I just hope that they are definitely a different ball team next month. I know they can only change so much in this short time, I just hope it is enough to make me a believer again. What do you think we will see as the biggest difference next month?
  12. Dawn has turned this team into the dominate team that UConn had been for so long. And she is not afraid to schedule the toughest in the country. I sure do hope Tanner and the Board give her one huge raise this year. I really do not think any team can stop us from winning the championship this year or the next 3 or more. Starting 3 true freshmen and having players on the bench that would be starters anywhere else. They are the team for sure and Dawn deserves the credit.
  13. Always love a win against Georgia. Regardless of how sloppy we looked. Just wish we could find a way to beat Alabama and Miss. St. That could give us a shot.
  14. #1/1 SOUTH CAROLINA (27-1) AT. FLORIDA (15-12) 6 P.M. | GAINESVILLE, FLA. | EXACTECH ARENA (10,151) ABOUT THIS GAME The Gamecocks are looking for their 12th-straight win over Florida, which would even the series as the Gators hold a 20-19 advantage entering the game. A win tonight would stretch the Gamecocks' win streak to 22, which would tie to the 2015-16 team for the longest in program history. Mikiah Herbert Harrigan needs one block to become just the third Gamecock all-time to record 200 career blocks. Tyasha Harris is seven assists away from joining the SEC's all-time top 10 in career assists. GAMECOCK NOTABLES South Carolina's offense has been explosive, ranking eighth in the country at 81.9 points per game, and versatile with eight Gamecocks leading or tying for the team lead in scoring at least once this season. While the foundation is built on points in the paint, where South Carolina out-scores opponents 41.4 to 24.6 points per game, the Gamecocks can win from outside shooting as well as they are 17-0 when hitting at least five 3s in a game and 10-1 when scoring fewer than five. The Gamecock defense has been reliably stalwart throughout the season. Just seven games have seen an opponent score 60 or more points, and only two teams have scored more points than their season average entering the game. Averaging a double-double vs. the SEC and ranked teams, Aliyah Boston is having one of the best freshman seasons in program history as she is ahead of the pace marked by the program's last two SEC Freshman of the Year winners – Alaina Coates (2014) and A'ja Wilson (2015). Boston's six double-doubles in SEC games and 11 on the season are both program freshman records. Her 12.9 points per game are just below Wilson's 13.1. Her rebounding average (9.1), blocks per game (2.8) and field goal percentage (.616) are all better than Coates and Wilson in their freshman seasons. Junior guard LeLe Grissett has used her experience to be a spark off the bench in the waning weeks of the regular season. Over the last four games, she has poured in 9.8 points on 77.3 percent shooting (17-of-22) and seven of her 12 rebounds came on the offensive end. Senior Mikiah Herbert Harrigan has been locked in on rebounding in February, averaging 6.8 rebounds per game this month, including four games against ranked opponents, after closing January with a 5.3 rebound average. BY THE NUMBERS 4 Zia Cooke's four 20-point games against SEC opponents are more than any other Gamecock freshman all-time. 10 South Carolina has 10 wins against nationally ranked opponents this season, more than any other team in the country. +11.8 The Gamecocks have out-scored their opponents in the first quarter by an average of 11.8 points this season (12.6 points in SEC games). 12 South Carolina's guards have matched or out-scored its forwards in the paint 12 times this season. 23.6 In her 20th season as a head coach, Dawn Staley averages 23.6 wins per season. That average rises to 25.0 in her 12 seasons at South Carolina. 31.8 South Carolina's bench has accounted for 31.8 percent of its total offense vs. SEC teams – 26.6 points per game. Four Gamecocks average at least 5.0 off the bench.

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