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  1. For more reasons than just getting to a bowl. We need Muschamp gone. With the talk from some of the more "inside posters" here Muschamp is a real possibility for DC but he has to be available. We really need this win for more than just a win. It could be the win that saves next year if everything falls into place. I like our chances a lot better with the game at noon
  2. South Carolina's showdown against No. 6 Auburn is set for 7:30 p.m. on Saturday on the SEC Network, according to the conference on Sunday morning. The game was one of three under consideration to be broadcast either on ESPN, ESPN2 or the SEC Network, along with Alabama at Tennessee and Ole Miss at LSU. The Gamecocks (4-3, 2-3) are coming off of a 41-10 win on Saturday afternoon over Furman on Homecoming while the Tigers (5-1, 2-1) enjoyed its second bye week of the season. Auburn is coming off of its first loss of the season, which came at the hands of Mississippi State. South Carolina has yet to beat Auburn since joining the SEC and the Tigers hold a 9-1-1 advantage in the all-time series. The Gamecocks' only victory came in 1933 and have never won, posting an 0-3 record, on The Plains.
  3. Sunday Spurrier: USC defensive line depth takes a hit (AUDIO)October 19, 2014 Steve Spurrier just wrapped up his Sunday teleconference. The HBC shared his day after thoughts on Furman and took a peek ahead to the upcoming matchup at top five Auburn. Spurrier began by updating some injuries, including a key defensive lineman who probably will miss this week’s game with the Tigers. That and more, along with audio from Spurrier, below: Spurrier said defensive tackle J.T. Surratt is doubtful to play Saturday against Auburn with a hamstring injury. Tight end Busta Anderson is listed as out, but his triceps injury has improved, according to Spurrier. Spurrier said Auburn is very good in all areas of the game. “We’re loose. There’s no pressure on us.” USC has never picked up a win over Auburn since the Gamecocks joined the SEC. Spurrier said there is no advantage playing Auburn because of his past relationship with Ellis Johnson. He called Johnson one of the best. Spurrier said they are getting better on defense. “We are no longer at the bottom. …But this week will be a challenge for us.” Spurrier said the young quarterbacks didn’t really get a chance Saturday. “They need to play more,” he said. AUDIO: Steve Spurrier [9:00] Download
  4. So, will the taters get to take advantage of Jameis being suspended for the first half of the game this weekend...if they win, people will question if the taters could have, if Winston played the entire game? If they lose, then they may be viewed that they aren't very good! Interesting dilemma. For those that don't know...Jameis is suspended for shouting "F___ her in the P_____." In the student union by standing on a table and yelling it!
  5. During the SEC teleconference today, Coach Spurrier was asked if he finds it a challenge of explaining to people why using one quarterback could be advantageous. Spurrier said, “I think every coach in the world would love to have one quarterback that is completely the best and everybody knows he’s the best quarterback you got. When you have two or three of maybe equal ability and no one has stood out above the other, why not give them all? Give everybody a chance. That’s called coaching. People say I was accused of jerking quarterbacks. But when I did it, I had a second guy that I though was maybe just as good. If one was having a bad day, then put the other one in. Obviously, we’re in a situation here where Dylan is by far is our best quarterback. If he throws five straight interceptions, he’s going to stay in the game. So it just depends on how the coaches looks at his players. If he feels they’re all pretty equal, hey, give ‘em all a chance. That makes sense.”
  6. In my prayers buddy.............
  7. Saturday's scrimmage will give South Carolina's secondary one more audition before the team starts officially preparing for Texas A&M on Monday. The final decision on the rotation, however, won't be made until Aug. 28, Lorenzo Ward said after Thursday's practice. "We'll definitely wait until gameday, but I think guys will position themselves," Ward said. "We'll know who we need to practice after Saturday's scrimmage and who needs to be getting the reps." Senior Brison Williams and true freshman Al Harris Jr. continue to practice as the first-team cornerbacks. Freshmen Chris Lammons and Wesley Green remain in line to play and likely won't redshirt, Ward said. Strong safety Chris Moody has joined free safety Chaz Elder on the first-team defense. Moody, listed behind Kadetrix "J.J." Marcus on the preseason depth chart, played well in last weekend's scrimmage and has been more consistent in practice, Ward said. "You've got to do it when we do it in the stadium," Ward said. "J.J. is still fighting and T.J. Gurley is still fighting. It's a great competition with the four guys back there." Moody, a redshirt sophomore, played in 12 games in 2013, mostly on special teams. He saw his most action against Tennessee, recording three tackles with Elder sidelined with an injury and Marcus out of the game because of a targeting ejection. "He just has to be more consistent, and he's been consistent here lately," Ward said of Moody. The safety spot is in good hands if the team decides to keep Williams at corner, Ward said. Freshman D.J. Smith is practicing at strong safety for the first time this week after missing the first part of camp because of wisdom teeth removal. Ward said he wasn't sure yet whether or not Smith will redshirt.
  8. Remember this time last year, where South Carolina fans and coaches were pointing at the Gamecocks’ gaping holes at linebacker and shaking their heads? Now those young bucks are the old men. “We feel we got a pretty good two-deep depth chart right now. Three-deep in some places,” linebackers coach Kirk Botkin said. “We got great competition at every position and that brings out the best in football players.” The first six games were rough on Botkin’s baby ‘backers in 2013, but the final seven displayed a group that was night and day in its fundamentals. Skai Moore wound up leading the team in tackles and interceptions while Kaiwan Lewis was third. With USC having to replace chunks of the line and secondary, the linebackers will be in charge of easing those transitions. They’ll call the alignments on the field, and Botkin’s deep and talented squad may have four or five playing at one time. The hope is the same as last year – the defensive line and secondary may struggle at first but at midseason, they’ll find themselves. They certainly have a map to follow
  9. It's basically an unwritten rule that you must put South Carolina in the Outback bowl projection apparently Link: http://www.philsteele.com/bowls/14-15/bowlprojections.html
  10. The ole ball coach can still move... South Carolina head football coach Steve Spurrier, The Head Ball Coach himself, broke into dance at the team's practice Friday, busting out the kind of moves that belie his age. [Courtesy: GamecockCentral.com] A more likely explanation for Spurrier's antics are that he's participating in some sort of agility drill, but it's fun to think that The Ol' Ball Coach turned The Head Ball Coach could become The Head Dance Coach.
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