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  1. Ex Gamecock kicker Elliott Fry calls out Dabo Swinney Oct. 13, 2019 Well, not everything was perfect — Clemson kicker B.T. Potter missed a 24-yard field goal, and Tigers coach Dabo Swinney let his kicker know about his mistake. Swinney absolutely chewed him out on the sidelines for the missed chip shot. It was such a bad tongue-lashing, Swinney received criticism for it on Twitter. Former South Carolina kicker Elliott Fry even chimed in: The biggest takeaway from Fry’s tweet might be that he called Florida State a “cupcake” game for Clemson.
  2. SURE IS GOOD TO SEE SO MUCH EXCITEMENT
  3. South Carolina Athletics introduces Inside Gamecock Athletics Podcast 10/3/2019 | General The University of South Carolina Athletics Department, in conjunction with Learfield IMG College, introduces a new podcast designed to inform and update fans on the latest happenings in Gamecock Athletics. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  4. Former Gamecock player Syvelle Newton shares bold prediction for Kentucky game Newton made a bold prediction with his pick while sticking with his Gamecocks:
  5. Just received this in my box Hilinksi's Hope means so much to the Hilinski family, their friends, Gamecock Nation, college football fans across the country and those who have been affected by someone suffering from mental illness. We were appalled to see this morning's headline in The State newspaper that seemed cavalier about the seriousness of the mental health issue. It demonstrated a level of unprofessional and irresponsible journalism, and we find it unacceptable that the major daily newspaper in the hometown of our University would use such a headline in their game story. We don't believe their apology is enough. We urge The State to be a leader in advocating and destigmatizing mental illness by making a very public effort to help fund and provide educational awareness to this very real problem. Bob Caslen, University President Ray Tanner, Athletics Director Will Muschamp, Head Football Coach
  6. Wanted to ask what everyone's thoughts/feelings are this week about the rest of the season. Before the season started, I thought we were most likely a 7-5 team given the schedule and anticipating some small incremental improvement. The UNC game killed any optimism that might have informed that pre-season prediction. Then the CSU game happened and while it piqued my interest, didn't erase the impressions from week 1 (despite a great showing form Ryan). The Alabama game was more like what I expected a month ago - still blown out, but not an embarrassing showing. So now I'm back to feeling the way I did pre-season; that we're a 7-5 team. EXCEPT we lost to one of the wins I was anticipating in UNC. So now I'm down to 6-6. We'll see what Saturday brings. Hoping I can revise my expectations upwards after a blowout win. Lose, and I'm right back to where I was after UNC (with another loss to an anticipated win).
  7. WATCH: Hilinski celebrates win with Muschamp, family and fans .mcclatchy-embed{position:relative;padding:40px 0 56.25%;height:0;overflow:hidden;max-width:100%}.mcclatchy-embed iframe{position:absolute;top:0;left:0;width:100%;height:100%}
  8. Gamecocks Mourn The Passing Of Basketball Great Henry Martin Sr. 9/24/2019 | Men's Basketball COLUMBIA, S.C. - The University of South Carolina mourns the passing of Gamecock men's basketball great Henry Martin Sr. Martin, the first to score 1,000 career points in the Garnet and Black, passed away on Monday at his home. Martin began his Gamecock career in 1942, before serving his country in the Navy in World War II. He returned to finish his career at Carolina from 1947-49. Martin saw action in 89 career games, averaging 12.2 points per outing for his career. He scored his 1,000th career point during his senior campaign, when he averaged 16.0 points per contest. He capped his career with a 32-point performance as the Gamecocks defeated Clemson in 1949. Martin was inducted into the South Carolina Athletics Hall of Fame in 2008, and was honored as Carolina's SEC Legend in 2012. Martin, a lifelong avid Gamecock fan, along with his wife, Carmella, were the second generation owners of Villa Tronco in Columbia, before continuing the family tradition, and passing the restaurant to their daughter and her husband in the early 1970's. Martin is survived by his wife, Carmella, four children, 10 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren.
  9. Betting Line opened at -2 1/2, currently it is South Carolina -3 over the Wildcats. Vegas insider. No reason to stub are toe against the Wildcats Saturday. Time to shine. Be there we all are needed!!! GO COCKS!!
  10. Mayor's Cup on the Line Saturday Carolina Travels to Mizzou for 4 pm ET Kick QUICKLY: The Mayor's Cup is on the line as the South Carolina Gamecocks (1-2, 0-1 SEC) travel to Columbia, Mo. to take on the Missouri Tigers (2-1, 0-0 SEC) in an SEC Eastern Division matchup. The 4 pm ET (3 pm CT) kick will be televised on the SEC Network Alternate channel with Mike Morgan (play-by-play) and Ray Bentley (analyst) in the booth and Tera Talmadge on the sidelines. This will mark the first of six-consecutive games against SEC Eastern Division opponents for the Gamecocks. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  11. I’m going with Black helmets, white jerseys, garnet pants. let me add this they could wear pink. I don't care just want to win baby!!
  12. Few question to throw are their. I have my own will share later. But want to hear your thought if you could sit down across Ray and tell him what you would like to see and change? The sound system. The concourse. The concessions TVs in the concourse. The ribbon boards. The video board. Cocky and the curtain drop. Add anything else here that you yourself would like to see.
  13. Washington State head coach Mike Leach “We’re excited for Ryan Sept. 03, 2019 “We’re excited for Ryan, I’ve known him for a long time, thought he was a great quarterback,” Leach said. “I know the coaches at South Carolina, and they’re really excited to have him, and I know he can throw the ball well, too.” Leach spoke highly of Ryan Hilinski at his weekly press conference Monday. Mike Leach has close ties to the Hilinski family. The Washington State coach recruited and also worked with Tyler Hilinski, the late brother for Gamecocks signal caller Ryan Hilinski.
  14. MBB: Martin To Attend Colonial Life Employee Tailgate Thursday August 27, 2019 MEN'S BASKETBALL Contact: Emily Miles | Phone: (803) 777-7743 | Email: efeeney@mailbox.sc.edu South Carolina AthleticsContact: Emily Miles, 803-777-7743, efeeney@mailbox.sc.eduColonial Life CommunicationsContact: Chris Winston, 803-678-6997, cwinston@coloniallife.comMBB: Martin To Attend Colonial Life Employee Tailgate ThursdayColonial Life, UofSC kick off new season of partnership with employee tailgate, Gamecock starsWHAT: Colonial Life's 1,200-plus Columbia employees will join with University of South Carolina stars to kick off a new season of partnership with a tailgate on the grounds of the company's headquarters. The program includes the debut of a new Colonial Life video starring unexpected moments in Gamecock sports history and spoken remarks by the Gamecocks' all-time winningest QB Connor Shaw, Gamecock men's basketball coach Frank Martin and Colonial Life President/CEO Tim Arnold. The video will be shown at halftime of UofSC home football games this fall, during the weekly coach's show with Will Muschamp, and at UofSC men's and women's home basketball games this season at Colonial Life Arena.WHO: Connor Shaw, former Gamecock QB and Colonial Life agentCody Gibson, former Gamecock lineman and Colonial Life agentFrank Martin, UofSC men's basketball coachTim Arnold, president and CEO, Colonial LifeWHEN: Noon, Thursday, August 29, 2019WHERE: Colonial Life headquarters, 1200 Colonial Life Blvd., Columbia, SC 29210INTERVIEWS: Connor Shaw and Tim Arnold will be available for interviews at 11:30 a.m.Frank Martin will be available for interviews at 11:45 a.m.PARKING: Parking will be available for media along the front of the building.BACKGROUND: Colonial Life's partnership with the University of South Carolina's athletics department dates back to the naming rights of the Colonial Life Arena (originally the Colonial Center) in 2003. But the company's support of the University of South Carolina and its educational programs goes much deeper. Colonial Life has donated $150,000 over the past three years to support the CarolinaTIP program for S.C. teacher retention. And the University of South Carolina and Colonial Life have also partnered on the Education Leaders Experience, an annual program to connect educators and business leaders to help prepare 21st century workers.
  15. Gamecock Radio Network Sets Team for 2019 Football Season 8/23/2019 | Football The Gamecock Radio Network will have some familiar voices and some new ones this fall as the radio crew for South Carolina Football gameday coverage was announced today by Liz McMillan, Executive Director, Gamecock Sports Properties. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  16. From Post and Courier “Uniform update The slick black “throwback” jerseys the Gamecocks unveiled last week will be a staple going forward. They will be the only black jerseys USC wears this season and as long as Muschamp is at USC, according to a source close to the team. The garnet and white jerseys will be phased into adopting the same throwback look in future seasons. The garnet helmet USC unveiled with the throwbacks will also be a constant. The helmet, featuring the Block C logo inside a white circle such as the helmets worn by the Gamecocks from 1983-98, will replace the garnet helmet with the script “Carolina” logo USC sported last year.”
  17. Maybe 10-12 team PPR league from users on here... Anyone interested in putting one together? Just let me know and what you need.
  18. WATCH: Deion Sanders explains why South Carolina was the best option for his son Shilo May 09, 2019 It didn’t take Deion Sanders long to know South Carolina under the leadership of Will Muschamp and Travaris Robinson was the best place to send his son, Shilo. Sanders, arguably the best defensive back in the history of football, was recently on the Columbia campus as Shilo moved to his new home after signing with the Gamecocks out of Cedar Hill, Texas. During his time at South Carolina, Sanders offered up his thoughts on why South Carolina was the perfect spot for Shilo, who signed with the Gamecocks over scholarship offers from Georgia, Tennessee, Texas A&M, Florida State (Deion’s alma mater) and Oregon, among others. The official South Carolina Twitter account shared the video featuring Sanders making the case for South Carolina:
  19. Set to join group of Gamecocks with degrees, USC back ready for final ride May 07, 2019 | THE STATE Mon Denson reached an end of sorts last week. Yes, the South Carolina football running back will still be one of USC’s top backfield options in 2019. But he’ll be doing it with a degree in hand. Denson was one of about 80 athletes to finished up their undergraduate degrees this week, and he’s on track to be one of 20-plus on the football team to be in grad school next fall. (READ MORE)
  20. WATCH: Muschamp talks fan expectations, Gamecock football in York County May 2, 2019 Courtesy of GAMECOCK CENTRAL
  21. The last recruit of the Spurrier era May 02, 2019, THE STATE Will Register has a lot to offer South Carolina’s football team. The third-year Gamecock is big at 6-foot-4, 245 pounds. At points in his Chapin High School career, he showed skills as a pass catcher. As he heads into Year 3 with the Gamecocks, what kind of impact can he have? “Will, technically, is doing a really good job,” Gamecocks tight ends coach Bobby Bentley said. “Just got to get him to be a little more physical. We expect him to be our in-line tight end.” (read more)
  22. Figure interesting to see what the fans there are saying and Muschamps replies.
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