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  1. Will this team suffering so much with Covid-19 injuries so far behind playing games. Should they shut it down? Just wondering on how you all feel. Lot of heat on the program past few years and with all what has been happing with Vovid-19. What you all say?
  2. Duce Staley asks the Eagles to release him from his contract With the reporting that Duce Staley is asking the Philadelphia Eagles to release him from his contract, where could the coach wind up? www.yahoo.com
  3. Have the teams down but still waiting on the dates. Only thing I guess is holding up is are unwelcome guest Covid-19. Be so happy when he packs his bags and goes far far away.
  4. If they can here is the road to six wins SEC wins required: Missouri, Vanderbilt, and Tennessee. If the Gamecocks lose one of those, the Gamecocks have a chance here to pick off Kentucky or Auburn None SEC wins: East Carolina, Eastern Illinois, Troy. Would lead to a six win season and a bowl trip would get the Gamecocks program on the tracks and bust recruiting right off the bat.
  5. Gamecock recruiting round-up 01/25/2021 Gamecocks have offered 2023 WR Johntay Cook (6-0 170) of Desoto, TX. New receivers coach Justin Stepp had offered him at Arkansas. This season he had 43 catches for 690 yards and 10 touchdowns. Gamecocks have offered 2023 WR Brandon Inniss (5-11 175) of Miami Gardens, FL. 247Sports ranks him the #1 WR nationally in the ’23 class and the top prospect in Florida. This season he had 28 catches for 637 yards and 5 TDs per MaxPreps stats. Gamecock target 2022 TE Oscar Delp of Cumming, GA was offered by Oklahoma. Gamecock target 2022 DE Dante Anderson of Homestead, FL was offered by UCF.2022 Gamecock target 2022 TE Tyrus Washington of Leesburg, GA was offered by Georgia Tech.
  6. Kingston ready to roll out his most talented team with Gamecocks (AUDIO) By Phil Kornblut / January 22, 2021 College baseball practice across the country begins one week from today, and USC coach Mark Kingston can’t wait to get started on his fourth season in Columbia. The Gamecocks were 12-4 last spring going into SEC play when Covid-19 ended the season. Kingston will have at his disposal his deepest pitching staff with the Gamecocks, and the lineup behind those guys also is talented and deep. Kingston previewed the start of practice on SportsTalk Thursday night. Mark Kingston on SportsTalk
  7. Good read guys Other than mentioning he is enjoying some local barbecue as he assimilates to Columbia, Luke Day has quickly learned what South Carolina football means to its fan base and the culture head coach Shane Beamer is trying to build through his staff. (247SPORTS CLICK TO READ FREE)
  8. South Carolina Falls to Auburn, 109-86 1/23/2021 | Men's Basketball | Box Score FROM USC SPORTS | GCF STAFF COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) -- Allen Flanigan scored a career-high 24 points with four 3-pointers, Sharife Cooper had a double-double by halftime and Auburn resoundingly thwacked South Carolina 109-86 on Saturday for its first win on the Gamecocks home floor since 2014. Auburn put up its most points in a Southeastern Conference road win in program history. Cooper, a freshman who was granted eligibility by the NCAA Jan. 9, scored 16 points and had 12 assists for his second career double-double. He already had 10 points and 11 assists in the books in the first 20 minutes. Jaylin Williams scored 18 points with seven rebounds, JT Thor added 14 points and seven rebounds and Devan Cambridge scored 10 as the Tigers (9-7, 3-5) made 40 of 77 field goals (52%), including 14 of 27 from beyond the 3-point arc. The Tigers made 15 of 16 free throws to round out the dominating scoring effort. Cooper's impact was felt in Auburn's breakaway 11-1 run taking a little over two minutes of the first half. Though he took only one shot, and missed, he had four assists and a blocked shot during the run. The Auburn outburst included back-to-back dunks from Javon Franklin and Williams bracketed around Cooper's block of South Carolina's Trae Hannibal. The dunks pushed Auburn's lead into double digits, 25-14, where it stayed most of the way to halftime and all of the second half. The Tigers opened the second half with six straight points. Keyshawn Bryant scored 24 points for South Carolina (3-5, 1-3), with AJ Lawson adding 23 and Jermaine Couisnard 16. Couisnard had six assists. The Gamecocks were outrebounded 46-34, outscored on second-chance points 21-9 and 46-30 in the paint. Auburn next plays back-to-back games against teams in the Top 25: hosting No. 19 Missouri on Tuesday before traveling to No. 2 Baylor on Jan. 30. South Carolina plays host to Georgia on Wednesday. KEY STATS > Auburn shot 52 percent from the field (40-for-77) and behind the arc (14-for-27). > The Tigers were plus-16 in points in the paint (46-30). NOTABLES > Junior Keyshawn Bryant led South Carolina for the third-straight game with 24 points. Since returning at LSU (Jan. 16), Bryant has averaged 23.0 points per game. > Junior AJ Lawson scored 23 points after matching a career high with six made 3s. > Redshirt sophomore Jermaine Couisnard was the final Gamecock in double figures as he finished with 16 points, six assists and five rebounds. UP NEXT Carolina remains at home and will host Georgia (9-4, 2-4 SEC) on Wednesday, Jan. 27, for a 7 p.m. ET matchup. The contest vs. the Bulldogs will be broadcast on ESPN2. South Carolina has won eight straight meetings against Georgia, dating back to the 2017 season.
  9. How true wish Frank grow his hair back. Got the wrong shape head for a skin head. But anyhow win would be great and getting healthy and staying there.
  10. Gamecocks hanging tough with Gaston January 22, 2021 / Recruiting USC has been one of the favorites of SAF Juwon Gaston (5-11 170) of Montgomery, AL for several weeks. In fact, he has called the Gamecocks his favorite in the past. But he landed an offer from Auburn earlier this week, and considering the proximity to his home, it stood to reason that the Tigers would jump right in and mess things up for Shane Beamer and company. However, Thursday night, Gaston said that is far from the case. “I really want to get out of the state so I can meet more people, new people,” Gaston said. “But I appreciate the opportunity they gave me. They said they really like me. They like how I play and they think I can come to their program and help them out.” Beamer was on the phone with Gaston Thursday night just making sure the Gamecocks remain in the lead spot for him. “He was making sure that I was still locked in with them and stuff like that, and that I still feel good about the team,” Gaston said. “He was telling me about the new strength and conditioning coach. I hear from them every day.” And for good measure Thursday night, Gaston restated his position that the Gamecocks are in the lead position for him. And he will have a Zoom call with the staff on Tuesday. “I’m feeling great about South Carolina,” Gaston said. “I’m feeling really good about them. They are still number one. They are still my favorite. They’ve recruited me the same since they first offered. They’re a big favorite.” Gaston also has had Tennessee and South Alabama on his short list, but with the coaching change in Knoxville, he said the Vols are no longer under consideration. He plans to wait until Signing Day next month to announce his decision, but he will privately commit to his choice before then.
  11. Yep so right. Hope Gamecocks can get refund back on some of the contract money.
  12. Greg Adkins Named Gamecocks' Offensive Line Coach 1/22/2021 | Football | FROM USC SPORTS | GCF STAFF University of South Carolina head football coach Shane Beamer has named Greg Adkins as the Gamecocks' offensive line coach, it was announced today. With the hiring of Adkins, Coach Beamer has finalized his initial on-field coaching staff for the 2021 season. "Greg is a veteran offensive line coach who has had a lot of success everywhere he's been," said Coach Beamer. "He has SEC experience. (Offensive coordinator) Marcus Satterfield and I both worked with him at Tennessee and he's also worked at Georgia. He's an elite recruiter and builds great relationships with his players," added Coach Beamer. Adkins comes to Carolina after having spent the past three seasons as the offensive line coach and recruiting coordinator at Marshall University, working under head coach Doc Holliday. Marshall posted a 24-12 record from 2018-20 in what was his second tour of duty with the Thundering Herd. In 2020, the Thundering Herd surrendered 12 sacks in 10 games, ranking 13th in the country, while allowing just 3.5 tackles for loss per game, the nation's fourth-best mark. Right guard Cain Madden earned second team All-America honors from both the Associated Press and Walter Camp. Madden and fellow offensive lineman Josh Ball were named first-team All-Conference USA, while Alex Mollette was a second-team selection. Under Adkins' tutelage, offensive linemen Levi Brown was a first-team All-Conference USA center in both 2018 and 2019, while Madden earned second team honors in 2019. Adkins began his coaching career at his alma mater, mentoring the defensive line, tight ends and offensive line at Marshall for five seasons from 1991-95. He was on the staff that won the 1992 Division I-AA national championship and appeared in three other I-AA national title games (1991, '93 and '95). Between his two tours of duty at Marshall, Adkins coached the offensive line at six schools, including four Power-5 schools, two of which are in the SEC. His resume includes stints at Georgia (1996-2000), Troy (2001-02), Tennessee (2003-08), Syracuse (2009-12), Oklahoma State (2015-17) and Charlotte (2018). He also handled recruiting duties at Syracuse, Tennessee and Troy; coached tight ends and defensive line at Georgia; mentored the tight ends at Tennessee; and served as Charlotte's run game coordinator and interim offensive coordinator. Adkins also has NFL experience, having a two-year stint in Buffalo as the Bills' tight ends coach from 2013-14. Born March 25, 1968, Adkins is a native of Cross Lanes, West Virginia. He played four seasons as an offensive lineman at Marshall, graduating in 1990. SOUTH CAROLINA FOOTBALL COACHING STAFF (Jan. 22, 2021) Shane Beamer, Head Coach Greg Adkins, Offensive Line Coach Torrian Gray, Defensive Backs Coach Erik Kimrey, Tight Ends Coach Des Kitchings, Running Backs Coach Pete Lembo, Associate Head Coach/Special Teams Coordinator Jimmy Lindsey, Defensive Line Coach Mike Peterson, Outside Linebackers/Defensive Ends Coach Marcus Satterfield, Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Coach Justin Stepp, Wide Receivers Coach Clayton White, Defensive Coordinator/Inside Linebackers Coach
  13. This is a great get, Will make a huge impact on the program with his background and is another high character hire by Beamer. GO down to E2: Chip Morton - Creating Human Connection
  14. Gamecocks' have new offensive line coach 01/21/2022 Shane Beamer is ready to add Greg Adkins to his staff. Adkins is a graduate of Marshall, has been with the program for the last three seasons. Adkins has experience in the SEC East, working at Georgia (1996-2000) and Tennessee (2003-08). Beamer and offensive coordinator Marcus Satterfield were graduate assistants at Tennessee in 2003. The Gamecocks newest assistant coach also worked at Oklahoma State and in NFL with the Buffalo Bills. The new hire has now has rounded out the new Gamecock FB staff. Adkins’ bio from the Marshall website In 2020, Adkins will enter his third season as Marshall’s offensive line coach. In 2019, he mentored first-team All-Conference USA center Levi Brown and second-teamer Cain Madden. During the 2018 campaign, he mentored first-team All-Conference USA center Levi Brown and captained a unit that protected redshirt freshman quarterback Isaiah Green en route to nine wins and a seventh-consecutive bowl victory. Adkins, a four-year offensive lineman and 1990 Thundering Herd graduate, previously coached at Marshall for five seasons (defensive line, tight ends, offensive line) from 1991-95 and helped guide the program to the 1992 I-AA national championship and three more appearances in the I-AA national title game (1991, ‘93, ‘95). The Cross Lanes native and Nitro High School graduate returns to Huntington from Charlotte, where he was the 49ers’ offensive line coach, run game coordinator and interim offensive coordinator. Prior to that, he coached offensive lines at Oklahoma State (2015-17), Syracuse (2009-12), Tennessee (2003-08), Troy (2001-02) and Georgia (1996-200). He also handled recruiting duties at Syracuse, Tennessee and Troy. At Georgia, he also coached tight ends and the defensive line and mentored Tennessee’s tight ends during his time there as well. Adkins, who has over 25 years of coaching experience and has participated in 12 bowl games, had a stop in the National Football League as well, serving as the Buffalo Bills’ tight ends coach in 2013-14.
  15. Gamecock recruiting roundup 01/21/2021 Gamecocks have offered 2022 WR Noah Thomas (6-5 187) of Houston. He’s rated a 3-star in the 247Sports Composite and ranked the #70 WR nationally. This season he had 40 catches for 883 yards and 7 touchdowns. Some of his other offers are Penn State, Texas A&M, Baylor, Cal, Colorado, Arkansas, Houston and Tennessee. Gamecocks have offered 2022 WR Omari Kelly (6-2 180) of Trussville, AL. He is rated a four-star prospect in the 247Sports Composite and the #19 athlete nationally in the class. He recently issued a favorites list of Georgia, Alabama, Auburn, Michigan, Tennessee, Maryland, Arizona State, Georgia Tech, Nebraska, West Virginia, Florida State and Mississippi State. The last two seasons Kelly had 67 catches for 1012 yards and 9 touchdowns. Gamecocks have offered 2022 4-star DE Caden Curry (6-5 250) of Greenwood, IN. He also has a Clemson offer and several other P5 offers. 2022 Five-star DT Gabriel Brownlow-Dindy (6-3 275) of Lakeland, FL has the Gamecocks in his top 11. The others are Clemson, Florida, Nebraska, Southern Cal, Texas A&M, USF, Ohio State, Pitt, Oklahoma and LSU. He is rated a four-star prospect in the 247Sports Composite and nationally the #3 defensive tackle. Gamecocks have offered 2023 WR Hykeem Williams (6-4 195) of Ft. Lauderdale. LSU, Georgia Tech, Florida State and Florida are some of his other offers. Gamecocks have offered 2023 TE Pearce Spurlin (6-6 210) of Santa Rosa Beach, FL. Georgia, Arkansas and Duke are some of his other offers at this point. 247Sports rates him a four-star and ranks him the #2 tight end in the class nationally. Gamecocks have offered 2023 WR Jalen Hale (6-3 175) of Longview, TX. This season he had 39 catches for 699 yards and 10 touchdowns. His other offers include Arkansas, Auburn, Georgia, Baylor and Kansas. He is rated a four-by 247Sports and the #7 wide receiver nationally in the class. Gamecocks have re-offered 2023 QB Dylan Lonergan (6-2 197) of Snellville, GA. This season he passed for 2249 yards with 20 touchdowns and 6 interceptions according to MaxPreps stats.
  16. Gamecocks make offer to Georgia tight end STR / January 20, 2021 Tyrus Washington Leesburg High School in Georgia has been a fertile recruiting ground for USC in recent years. Former safety Jammie Robinson came from Leesburg, and incoming running back Caleb McDowell starred there this past season. The Gamecocks have gone back to Leesburg with a couple of 2022 offers, one to safety Jaron Willis and the other to tight end Tyrus Washington (6-4 230). The new Gamecock coaching staff recently made the offer to Washington. Tight ends coach Erik Kimrey, running backs coach Des Kitchings and offensive coordinator Marcus Satterfield are the ones in touch and developing the relationship with Washington. “The relationship is really strong. I like it,” Washington said. “I’ve been talking to the tight ends coach and the running backs coach, and the offensive coordinator. I can split out and be like a wide receiver, and come down and bang with the big boys, block the defensive linemen.” Washington said he has talked with McDowell about the reasons he settled on USC after decommitting from NC State. “He said he liked how the coaches talked to him,” Washington said. “He liked the coaching staff. He liked the energy. Jammie told him about the energy and atmosphere at the stadium and said he loved it.” But Washington added that McDowell’s future with the Gamecocks won’t be an influencing factor with his decision. “That’s not a factor really. It’s just going to help to have somebody there with me if I go there,” Washington said. Washington said Coastal Carolina, Cincinnati, USF and Arkansas are some other schools he’s hearing a lot from. He also has offers from Pitt, Ole Miss, Boston College, Charlotte, Notre Dame, Tennessee and Troy. Washington wants to make his decision before his senior season, and he will sign in December. Last season Washington caught 15 passes for 200 yards and 8 touchdowns.
  17. I know C-19 will most likely play a part here, but somehow if we get herd immunity. Would be nice to be able to get out there and watch again. I feel Beamer will if possible.
  18. Wallace on cruise control until Signing Day STR / January 19, 2021 It’s roughly two weeks until the February National Signing Day, and USC target LB Trevin Wallace (6-2 217) has gone into full recruiting chill mode. The former Boston College commitment is not sweating the decision because it’s practically made. So, he’s been spending more time talking with his family and less time talking with recruiters. He does hear from USC coach Shane Beamer via text most every day. Just a word or two of inspiration. Wallace said it’s been a little while since he last talked with a Gamecock recruiter. The others he’s been hearing from are Auburn, Kentucky, Illinois and Ole Miss. “My plan is to make everybody sit there and wait and be clueless,” Wallace said. “I’m sitting undercover now.” So, Wallace has a secret and he’s not going to share until Signing Day. But he did let on that he’s got an idea as to which school he’ll choose. “I’ve got a feeling that I do,” Wallace said. “I like how they talk to my parents. My parents feel comfortable with them. Overall, it’s just a good community to be in. They’ve just told me I’m going to be a baller.” But, Wallace added, at this point, he’s still not married to any one particular school. “I’m in the middle, you know,” Wallace said. “I’ve still got a couple of weeks to wait. Anything can change in that kind of time.” Wallace said he has done Zoom sessions with the coaches from USC, Auburn, Tennessee and LSU. Wallace is a four-star in the 247Sports Composite. He’s ranked the #13 inside linebacker nationally in the class.
  19. 70 South Carolina 3-4,1-2 SEC 81 Missouri 9-2,3-2 SEC Score By Periods Team 1 2 F South Carolina 34 36 70 Missouri 45 36 81 Game Recap: Men's Basketball | 1/19/2021 | BRIAR NAPIER - Associated Press Tilmon leads efficient No. 19 Missouri past South Carolina Anderson scores career-high 17 points off the bench for Gamecocks Story Links FINAL BOX (PDF) SEASON STATS (PDF) Next Game: Auburn 1/23/2021 | 12 p.m. ESPN2 LIVE STATS LISTEN LIVE FULL SCHEDULE ROSTER MATCHUP HISTORY COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) -- Jeremiah Tilmon had 19 points and 10 rebounds in another efficient performance, and No. 19 Missouri beat South Carolina 81-70 on Tuesday night. Tilmon, who came in shooting a Southeastern Conference-leading 74% from the floor, improved on that mark by going 8 of 11. Missouri (9-2, 3-2 SEC) had its best shooting performance overall at 58.3%. Mark Smith scored 18 points and went 3 for 5 from 3-point range for the Tigers. Dru Smith added 16 points on 5-of-6 shooting. Reserve Keyshawn Bryant scored 19 points for South Carolina (3-4, 1-2) and Trey Anderson had 17, also off the bench, as 45 of the Gamecocks' points came from substitutes. Missouri jumped out to a 10-0 lead and didn't allow South Carolina to get closer than five points the rest of the way. The Tigers committed 19 turnovers, but the Gamecocks only scored 18 points off them. South Carolina tied its season high with 70 field goal attempts, but shot 38.6% from the field. The Gamecocks also struggled from the free-throw line, going 8 for 19 (42.1%).KEY STAT > Missouri shot nearly 60 percent from the field (28-for-48).NOTABLES > Junior Keyshawn Bryant had another solid offensive performance coming off a career night at LSU on Saturday. He led the team with 19 points on 8-of-12 shooting. > Sophomore Trey Anderson scored a career-high 17 points off the bench, marking his first ever game at South Carolina in double figures. > Redshirt junior Justin Minaya had his third double-double (fifth career) in the team's last four games as he finished with 10 points and 11 rebounds.UP NEXT The Gamecocks return home to face Auburn (8-6, 2-4 SEC) on Saturday. It's a noon ET tip on ESPN2.
  20. Baseball 1/18/2021 Gamecocks' Announces 30-Game SEC Schedule The Gamecocks open the SEC portion of their schedule March 19 at Vanderbilt. BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – The Southeastern Conference announced its 30-game baseball schedule for the 2021 season this afternoon (Tuesday, Jan. 19). South Carolina will open the SEC schedule in style as the Gamecocks head to Nashville, Tenn., for a three-game set with the defending national champion Vanderbilt on March 19-21 at Hawkins Field. Carolina then opens the home portion of its conference ledger with a three-game set against consensus preseason No. 1 Florida on March 26-28. A short trip to Athens, Ga., for a three-game series against Georgia takes place April 2-4. The Gamecocks then welcome Missouri on April 9-11 before travelling to Baton Rouge, La., to face LSU on April 16-18. Carolina's conference schedule continues April 23-25 with a three-game series against Arkansas at Founders Park. The Gamecocks close April and welcome May by visiting Ole Miss for a three-game series at Swayze Field on April 30-May 2. Mississippi State comes to town May 7-9 and Carolina is at Kentucky on May 14-16. The regular season concludes on May 20-22 with Tennessee coming to Columbia for a three-game series. The non-conference portion of the schedule as well as game times for all contests in 2021 will be announced at a later date. The conference schedule dates also could be shifted by television, which will be announced in the next couple of weeks. Carolina is coming off a 12-4 season in 2020 that was cut short due to COVID-19. 2021 Carolina Baseball SEC ScheduleMarch 19-21 at VanderbiltMarch 26-28 FloridaApril 2-4 at GeorgiaApril 9-11 MissouriApril 16-18 at LSUApril 23-25 ArkansasApril 30-May 2 at Ole MissMay 7-9 Mississippi StateMay 14-16 at KentuckyMay 20-22 Tennessee
  21. Torrian Gray, Jimmy Lindsey, Luke Day Introductory News Conference 01/19/2021
  22. Gamecock reach out to Texas Tech transfer shooting guard 6-4 Nimari Burnett. 01/18/2021 The Gamecocks' are one of the schools mentioned as having reached to Texas Tech transfer shooting guard 6-4 Nimari Burnett. The freshman has played in 12 games this season averaging 17 minutes and 5 points per game. Ryana McMullen of Zagsblog.com. reported some of the other schools to have contact are Arkansas, Oregon, Illinois, Vanderbilt, Alabama, Dayton, Missouri, Maryland, Wake Forest, DePaul, Marquette and Minnesota.
  23. Recruiting Round up 01/18/2021 The Gamecocks' have made the short list with DE Dante Anderson (6-3 205) of Homestead, FL. Anderson Monday named his top 15 schools and along with the Gamecocks he has on his list Indiana, Georgia Tech, LSU, Florida State, Ole Miss, Florida, Mississippi State, Tennessee, North Carolina, Miami, Arizona State, Penn State, Michigan State and Kentucky. In 6 games this past season, Anderson made 27 tackles with 10 sacks according to MaxPreps stats. WR Jordan Mosley of Mobile, AL, who has been a Gamecock target, decommitted from Tennessee. Mosley is rated a four-star prospect in the 247Sports Composite and is ranked the #52 receiver nationally in the 2021 class. This season he had 31 catches for 635 yards and 8 touchdowns. Gamecocks' are in the top 15 with 2022 CB Avery Powell (5-10 170) of Jersey City, NJ. The others on his list are Tennessee, Wisconsin, Cincinnati, Michigan, Penn State, Arkansas, Miami, Florida, Notre Dame, Ole Miss, Boston College, Nebraska, Oklahoma and Mississippi State. Powell is a three-star prospect and ranked the #46 corner nationally in the 247Sports Composite. Gamecocks' have offered 2023 RB Drew Pickett (5-10 185) of Deatsville, AL. This season he rushed for 1352 yards and 11 touchdowns. He also has offers from Arkansas and Arkansas State. Gamecocks' have offered 2023 SAF DaKarri Nelson (6-3 195) of Selma, AL. He also has offers from Mississippi State, Tennessee, Kansas, Georgia Tech and Duke.

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