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  1. Meant to post this yesterday, and forgot. Today at noon, the South Carolina Gamecocks Men's Tennis had their second representative play for the NCAA Men's Singles Championship in as many times the championship has been held. Sophomore Daniel Rodrigues, the #2 Seed player in the Men's Singles draw, tore through the bracket to get the Champion Match against #6 Seed Sam Riffice of the Florida Gators. Rodrgiues won the first set 6-3, but Riffice responded by taking sets 2 and 3 6-1, 6-4 to win the championship. Riffice had earlier helped his Florida Gators win the overall
  2. read where some are concerned about Burch and Lloyd staying at Carolina..anyone else heard that's a possibility?
  3. Well, it's finally happened in Knoxville the man is gone Tennessee is suppose to have an release today in an hour or so. The big time booster's just could not tolerate the man any more. They are suppose to release details today.
  4. Presser to announce final 3 coaches tomorrow!
  5. OK, so I'm looking at each unit on both sides of the ball, and rating them from zero stars (total rebuild or zero proven depth) to five stars (we are set, in good shape, with quality depth). I encourage everyone to comment or make their own list! I am interested to see where we agree and disagree. Also, I didn't take into account potential incoming recruits; this is all about who is here, now. OFFENSE Offensive line: The foundation is there; run blocking was obviously solid with KH getting over 1,000 yards in a shortened season, and Bobo's run schemes worked well. There is talen
  6. WATCH: Frank Martin News Conference with selected players with notes Feb. 10, 2020 Frank Martin said in his lifetime Geno Auriemma, Pat Summit and Dawn Staley have done more for women's basketball than anyone else. Frank Martin asks, "Are we in a place where we can get there (NCAA Tournament)?" He answered, "I think we are. But we have to win games." Frank Martin said the home losses to Boston University and Stetson, and maybe Houston, are why they sit in the mid-70s in the NET instead of higher Frank Martin said they will have their hands full defending Anthony Edw
  7. https://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/ncaabk/she-was-living-out-a-dream-olivia-thompsons-38-seconds-of-gamecock-glory/ar-AAJX1Ju
  8. 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.
  9. South Carolina football: 5 things I want to see Saturday at Tennessee Oct. 24, 2019 Brace yourselves for a tight game on Rocky Top. The history of series reflects a game within a touchdown, the betting line is South Carolina favored by 4 points, and the Gamecocks haven’t blown anyone out this year save for Charleston Southern and a Kentucky team with major quarterback issues. While he didn’t want to discuss it Tuesday, coach Will Muschamp has his best coaching mark against Tennessee. Muschamp is 7-0 record against Tennessee as a head coach. He was 4-0 as the head coach at Florid
  10. 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.
  12. 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)
  13. Former Gamecock player Syvelle Newton shares bold prediction for Kentucky game Newton made a bold prediction with his pick while sticking with his Gamecocks:
  14. 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
  15. 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%}
  16. 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 h
  17. 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!!
  18. 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 A
  19. 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!!
  20. 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.
  21. 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.
  22. 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 Un
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