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  1. The final coaches poll has spoken: Dawn Staley’s Gamecocks are No. 1 March 11, 2020 South Carolina women’s basketball will end the 2019-20 season as the No. 1 team in the country in the eyes of the USA Today coaches poll. The final top 25 rankings were released Monday after the NCAA tournament was canceled in response to the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), and Dawn Staley’s Gamecocks were the clear No. 1, with 26 of 32 first-place votes from a panel of head coaches across the country. South Carolina finished the year at 32-1 for the nation’s best win percentage, including a perfect 19-0 mark in SEC regular season and tournament play. The Gamecocks’ only loss on the year was in November to Indiana, who finished No. 22 in the final poll, and they won their last 26 games, sweeping the conference regular season and tournament titles. Elsewhere in the poll, the Gamecocks defeated No. 3 Baylor, No. 4 UConn, No. 5 Maryland, No. 10 Mississippi State (twice), No. 11 South Dakota, No. 18 Kentucky (twice), No. 21 Texas A&M and No. 25 Arkansas (three times). This marks the fifth consecutive week South Carolina has topped the coaches poll, and the 26 first-place votes are the Gamecocks’ most in that stretch. USC was widely expected to be the No. 1 overall seed in March Madness and likely would have been favored to reach the program’s third Final Four and compete for its second national title. But with growing concern about COVID-19, the NCAA canceled all winter and spring championships last Thursday. The NCAA has given no indication that it will crown or recognize a national champion, but South Carolina could try to claim a title based off the No. 1 ranking. The Associated Press is scheduled to release its final poll of the year on Tuesday. Athletics Director Ray Tanner said Friday it was “too early” to discuss whether USC would claim a title, saying his focus at the moment has been on the spread of the virus. “I will add that we were on quite a run and, if I’m not mistaken, we were 32-1, we were ranked number one in both the polls, and we won a regular season title and the tournament championship. So in my mind, we’re number one,” Tanner added. Speaking on ESPN shortly after the NCAA’s cancellation, coach Dawn Staley didn’t go so far as to say the Gamecocks would proclaim themselves champions, but did indicate she thought they deserved to be if anyone is recognized. “I’m probably gonna stir up some folks — we ended the season as the No. 1 team in the country with the best record in the country, the only team that won their regular season and conference tournament undefeated,” Staley said. “If they’re gonna pass out a national championship trophy, we got our hands out at South Carolina.” FINAL USA TODAY COACHES POLL 1. South Carolina (26) 2. Oregon (6) 3. Baylor 4. UConn 5. Maryland 6. Stanford 7. Louisville 8. N.C. State 9. UCLA 10. Mississippi State 11. South Dakota 12. Arizona 13. Gonzaga 14. DePaul 15. Northwestern 16. Oregon State 17. Princeton 18. Kentucky 19. Missouri State 20. Florida State 21. Texas A&M 22. Indiana 23. Iowa 24. Florida Gulf Coast 25. Arkansas
  2. Kotsar And Couisnard Earn Coaches Postseason Accolades Men's Basketball | 3/10/2020 | From USC Sports Information | GCF Staff Report Story Links COLUMBIA, S.C. – South Carolina senior forward Maik Kotsar and R-freshman guard Jermaine Couisnard were honored with SEC postseason accolades today from the league's coaches. Kotsar was named to the All-SEC Second Team, and Couisnard earned All-Freshman Team honors, marking the first postseason awards for both student-athletes. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  3. Men's Basketball 3/9/2020 VIDEOS: Men's Basketball News Conferences Gamecocks Begin SEC Tournament Thursday Night in Nashville Story Links Coach Frank Martin along with Maik Kotsar and Justin Minaya addressed reporters Monday morning at Colonial Life Arena. The Gamecocks begin play in the SEC Tournament on Thursday night in Nashville against Arkansas or Vanderbilt. Print Friendly Version (VIEW VIDEOS)
  4. The #1 ranked South Carolina Women's Basketball accomplished two notable achievements today with their tough 67-58 victory over #14th-ranked Kentucky in Lexington, KY. They were handed a 3rd achievement as a bonus prize. First, they came into Lexington looking to secure at least a share of the SEC regular-season title with a win over the Wildcats, improving to 14-0 in SEC play. This means that with Mississippi State being 11-2 to start the day and the only team left in the SEC with a chance to impact the Gamecocks' chances, at worst they could finish 14-2 in conference play, and be no worse than tied with Mississippi State overall, provided the Bulldogs won out. South Carolina had already beaten Mississippi State earlier this season, in their sole game against each other, and therefore held the head-to-head advantage over the Bulldogs. So this meant that a tie of 14-2 at the end of the season would make both South Carolina and Mississippi State co-SEC regular season Champions, and give USC the overall #1 Seed for the SEC Tournament, due to their head-to-head lead. The win over Kentucky however, was also important for another reason: it was Dawn Staley's 300th win as Head Coach at South Carolina. Staley is already the USC program's winning-est Head Coach, surpassing the previous mark of 231 wins by Nancy Wilson in 2017-18. Staley now has 472 total wins as a WCBB head coach, combining her years at USC and Temple. She'll need next season to reach 500 career wins. It was a tough hard-fought game for the Gamecocks, as ANY game versus Kentucky seems to be, and certainly ANY game AT Kentucky always is. Zia Cooke led the way with 20 pts on 8-11 shooting, seniors Ty Harris and Kiki Herbert-Harrigan each scored 10 pts - Harris added 6 assists, and Herbert-Harrigan added 8 boards - and reserve Lele Grissett also chipped in 10 pts of her own. Freshman star Aliyah Boston failed to score in double digits for one of the rare occasions of her stellar season, but she did lead the team with 11 rebounds and (along with Victaria Saxton) 3 blocks. The game was a defensive battle, that saw the Gamecocks go 0-5 from the 3-pt. line. Lately they had been surging as a team from the 3-pt arc, but were dead cold today. Overall they shot 46% from the field, while holding the Wildcats to 30%, although UK did shoot 6-15 (40%) from behind the 3. BUT WAIT!! THERE'S MORE!!! We started our game vs UK at 2:00 PM - Mississippi State started their game in Starkville against Alabama one hour earlier, at 1:00 PM. The Bulldogs went into the 4th Quarter leading 51-45 in a hard-fought game. The lead got to as much as 13 pts for Miss St., leading 58-45. Then Alabama went on an 17-4 offensive tear to tie the game 62-62, with 2:28 left to play - shooting 53% for the period, compared to the Bulldogs' 33%. Back-and-forth the lead went from there, until with the game tied at 64-64 with 3 seconds left, Alabama had the ball: they attempt a quick jump-shot that misses, but another Alabama player snags the rebound, and quickly tips the miss back in for the basket. ALABAMA WINS 66-64!!! So now we don't have to worry about Mississippi State anymore - at least until the SECT, should we meet there. South Carolina is your stand-alone 2019-20 SEC Regular Season Champions!!, for the 5th time in the last 7 seasons. Outstanding work ladies!!!
  5. Gamecocks Knock Off No. 5/6 UConn 70-52 Feb. 11, 2010 South Carolina's Tyasha Harris really thought coming in she wasn't bothered by her losing history against UConn. Then Harris and the top-ranked Gamecocks won - and her attitude and emotions changed quickly. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  6. Gamecocks Down No. 22 Lady Vols 69-48 Feb. 02, 2020 Zia Cooke scored 20 points Sunday, and No. 1 South Carolina used its relentless defense to put away No. 22 Tennessee 69-48 for its 15th straight win. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  7. Gamecocks move up 13 in NET ranking to 75 after win at Arkansas.
  8. WBB GAMEDAY THREAD: 1/2 South Carolina @ Ole Miss 01/30 at 8 P.M. | OXFORD, MISS. | THE PAVILION WBB GAMEDAY THREAD: 1/2 South Carolina @ Ole Miss South Carolina Game Notes (PDF) // WATCH: SEC Network+ // LISTEN: 107.5 The Game // Live Stats // Media Availability ABOUT THIS GAME The Gamecocks are 23-17 all-time against Ole Miss, including a 13-2 mark in the Staley era. South Carolina has won the last 11 meetings, including five in Oxford with two coming at The Pavilion. A win tonight would lift the Gamecocks to 20-1 on the season, their best start since the 2014-15 squad opened the season 22-0 en route to the program's first NCAA Final Four A win would also make South Carolina 8-0 in SEC play for the first time since 2016-17, the season that capped the Gamecocks' run of four straight SEC regular-season titles. GAMECOCK NOTABLES South Carolina has dominated the rebounding game this season, ranked third in the nation in rebounding average (47.5) and fourth in rebounding margin (+12.9). Their effort on the offensive glass – first in the nation in offensive rebounding rate (.448) – with the Gamecocks averaging 16.9 second-chance points on the season, including 18.4 in SEC games. The Gamecocks have built a reputation for taking command of games right from the opening tipoff. South Carolina has out-scored opponents in the first quarter by an average of 11.5 points this season, including a 12.0 average in SEC games. The number comes courtesy of both the Gamecocks' highest scoring average (23.0) and field goal percentage (.504) as well as the opponents' lowest scoring average (11.5) and field goal percentage (.288). South Carolina's high-octance offense has thrived in SEC play, leading the league with 89.0 point per game, compared to 80.9 points per non-conference game. Tyasha Harris was named espnW National Player of the Week for her efforts in a pair of Gamecock victories last week. The senior has found her scoring and distributing balance, and her command of the team and the game are why she is considered among the top point guards in the nation. In the last five games, Harris has averaged 14.0 points and 5.3 assists with a 3.6 assist-to-turnover radio and has shot 45.5 percent from 3-point range. Forward Aliyah Boston put herself at the top of the national freshman of the year conversation from the start of the season when she debuted with a triple-double. She is among the top five freshman in the nation in field goal percentage (.615, 2nd), blocks per game (2.8, 2nd), double-doubles (8, 3rd), offensive rebound average (3.9, 3rd) and rebounding average (8.9, 5th). Boston averages a double-double against ranked opponents (15.0 ppg, 10.6 rpg) and in SEC play (15.1 ppg, 11.3 rpg). BY THE NUMBERS 3 Brea Beal is among the SEC's top 10 in three league-game stats – rebounds per game (6.6, 9th), steals per game (1.7, 10th), offensive rebs. per game (2.3, 9th). 4 Four Gamecocks rank among the SEC's top five offensive rebounders in league games – Boston (4.4, 3rd), Beal (2.3, 9th), Saxton (2.1, 11th) and Grissett (1.9, 15th). 15.6 Zia Cooke leads four Gamecocks averaging double-figure points in SEC games with her 15.6 points per game. 26.4 South Carolina's list of offensive weapons goes beyond the starting lineup as the bench averages 26.4 points per game – 31.5 percent of the offense. 45.1 Carolina averages 45.1 points in the paint in SEC games. The Gamecocks posted 60 in the paint against Kentucky (Jan. 2) and 50 at Georgia (Jan. 26). 63.6 Forward Mikiah Herbert Harrigan has shot 63.6 percent (7-of-11) from 3-point range in SEC games this season. Print Friendly Version
  9. Lawson scores 19; South Carolina holds off Arkansas 79-77 Gamecocks led for 37:42 of regulation in fifth true road win of 2019-20 season A.J. Lawson scored 19 points for South Carolina and the Gamecocks never trailed but needed an Arkansas missed 3-pointer at the buzzer for a 79-77 victory on Wednesday night. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  10. WBB GAMEDAY THREAD: 1/2 South Carolina @ Georgia Border Battle at Georgia Sunday 1/25/2020 12:53:00 PM Story Links SOUTH CAROLINA GAME NOTES (PDF) WATCH: SEC NETWORK LISTEN: 107.5 THE GAME LIVE STATS MEDIA AVAILABILITY #1/2 SOUTH CAROLINA (18-1) VS GEORGIA (12-7) 3 P.M. | ATHENS, GA. | STEGEMAN COLISEUMSouth Carolina Game Notes (PDF) // WATCH: SEC Network // LISTEN: 107.5 The Game // Live Stats // Media Availability ABOUT THIS GAME Georgia leads the all-time series 33-17, but the Gamecocks have won the last 10 meetings and hold a 13-6 edge in the Dawn Staley era. The Gamecocks are looking to improve to 7-0 in SEC play for the first time since the 2016-17 season, which began 8-0 before finishing with the SEC regular-season title at 14-2. Tyasha Harris is five assists away from tying the program record for career assists – 615 by Cristina Ciocan (2001-04). She has already joined Ciocan as the only Gamecocks to amass 1,000 points and 600 assists in her career GAMECOCK NOTABLES Playing one of the most challenging schedules in the country, South Carolina has answered the bell at every turn. The Gamecocks' six wins over ranked opponents are the most in the country as are their eight wins over top-50 RPI teams. The most recent challenge came Monday night against #9/9 Mississippi State when Carolina trailed by nine with eight minutes to play – their first multiple-possession deficit in SEC play. Freshmen Aliyah Boston and Zia Cooke combined for 12 points in the rally back, and senior Tyasha Harris finished off the win by scoring the last five points in a hectic scramble to the final buzzer. South Carolina's balance has given opponents fits this season. On the season, 56.5 percent of the Gamecocks' scoring has come from the guards (43.5 percent from forwards). Those numbers are even closer in SEC action – 54.0 percent from guards, 46.0 percent from forwards. Freshman Brea Beal may be the only Gamecock starter not averaging double-figure points, but do not underestimate her impact on a game. In SEC play, she is 10th in rebounds per game (7.3) and seventh in steals per game (2.0) and offensive rebounds per game (2.7) – helping the Gamecocks to 20.0 second-chance points in league play. Forward Aliyah Boston was named to the Naismith Defensive Player of the Year Midseason Team this week. She is the only freshman on the list. Boston is also on the Lisa Leslie and Ann Meyers Drysdale Award Watch Lists and the Wooden Award Midseason Top 25. Senior Mikiah Herbert Harrigan has settled into the consistent play her coaches have been looking for. The forward has scored in double figures in five of six SEC games with 13-15 points in each of the last four games, while pulling down six boards in two of those games and blocking two shots in each of the last three. BY THE NUMBERS 4 Four of the Gamecocks' five starters rank among the SEC's top 26 in scoring average in league play – more than any other team. 6 South Carolina ranks among the nation's top 10 in six stats – bpg (1st), scoring margin (3rd), rpg (3rd), ppg (5th), reb. margin (5th) and FG% defense (7th). 7 Seven different Gamecocks have led or ties for the team lead in scoring at least once this season. Zia Cooke leads the way with eight, including five in SEC play. 11 At least five Gamecocks have scored in double figures in 11 games this season, including seven games with six in double digits. 13.3 South Carolina has out-scored its SEC opponents in the paint by 13.3 points per game. 23 Tyasha Harris' 23 points were the most by a Gamecock in SEC play this season. She scored 10 in the 1st quarter and the last five of the game to deliver the win.
  11. Game Recap: Men's Basketball | 1/25/2020 South Carolina Rolls Past Vanderbilt, 90-64 Minaya post second career double-double with 14 points and 12 boards Justin Minaya had 14 points and 12 rebounds to lead South Carolina to a 90-64 victory over Vanderbilt on Saturday night, the Commodores' SEC-record tying 24th straight conference loss. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  12. TOP 10 MATCH-UP WBB GAMEDAY THREAD: 1/2 South Carolina @ 9/10 Mississippi State #1/2 SOUTH CAROLINA (17-1, 5-0 SEC) VS #10/9 MISSISSIPPI STATE (16-2, 4-0 SEC) 7 P.M. | COLUMBIA, S.C. | COLONIAL LIFE ARENA (18,000) South Carolina Game Notes (PDF) | WATCH: ESPN2 | LISTEN: 107.5 FM The Game | Live Stats ABOUT THIS GAME Among the tightest and most respectful rivalries in the SEC, South Carolina and Mississippi State have combined to claim the last six SEC regular-season championships and the last five SEC Tournament titles, squaring off against each other in three of those five contests. They are currently the two highest ranked teams in the league as well. South Carolina leads the series 21-19. The team with the better national ranking has won eight of the last 10 meetings between the two. Both teams rank among the nation's top 10 in scoring average, scoring margin and blocks per game. They are both in the top 20 in field goal percentage as well. South Carolina senior Mikiah Herbert Harrigan needs 11 points to reach 1,000 for her career. She will become just the sixth Gamecock to record 1,000 points and 100 blocks in her career. PARKING/FAN INFORMATION Parking is available for $10 per vehicle in the Discovery Garage and the City Garage (located near Pendleton, Park and Lincoln Streets). (See parking map here (PDF)) FREE parking is available in the Pendleton Street Garage (corner of Pickens and Pendleton). The shuttle from that location, which departs and returns to Pickens Street, begins two hours before tipoff and runs until one hour after the game ends. (See campus and shuttle map here (PDF)) The first 1,000 fans will receive rally towels. GAMECOCK NOTABLES The Gamecocks have played nine games against top-50 RPI teams, the second-most in the country, winning an NCAA Div. I-best eight of those games, including four of their five games against top-25 RPI foes. South Carolina's offense is as dynamic and diverse as any in the country. Four Gamecocks average double-figure points; 10 have scored in double figures at least once; and seven have led the team in scoring at least once. Through five SEC games, seven Gamecocks average at least 7.0 points per game and eight have scored in double figures at least once. The Gamecocks' focus on rebounding has led to a +13.5 rebounding margin, which ranks fifth in the nation. That number goes up to +19.4 in SEC games. Carolina leads the country with a 45.5 percent offensive rebounding rate and has been out-rebounded just once this season. Zia Cooke leads the Gamecocks with 17.4 points per SEC games, ranking sixth in the league and first among SEC freshmen. She has led or tied for the team lead in all five SEC games, hitting the 20-point mark twice in her first five league outings. Aliyah Boston is averaging a double-double in SEC games (14.0 ppg/12.2 rpg) and against ranked opponents (14.0 ppg/10.3 rpg). She is the top rebounding freshman in the SEC, overall and in conference games. Three of her team-best seven double-doubles have come in SEC play. Senior Tyasha Harris continues to quarterback the Gamecock offense with a measured balance of scoring and distributing. Between her 11.8 points per game and her 5.0 assists per game leading to 11.3 points per game, she has her hands on 27.6 percent of the Gamecocks' 83.7 points per game. BY THE NUMBERS 4 Five or more Gamecocks have scored in double figures in four SEC games and 11 games overall this season, including seven games of six double-digit scorers. +11.0 In the first quarter, the Gamecocks have out-scored their SEC opponents by 11.0 points per game (21.4-10.4). Carolina's highest-scoring quarter is the third (28.4 ppg) 29.6 The South Carolina bench has scored 29.6 points per SEC game this season, nearly 1/3 of the team's 90.8 points per game. 42.4 The Gamecocks average 42.4 points in the paint this season, accounting for 68.1 percent of their made field goals. 50.6 South Carolina leads the league with 50.6 rebounds per SEC game. Its 48.4 rebounds per game for the season rank third in the nation. 90.8 The Gamecocks' 90.8 points per SEC game leads the league. The program record for SEC scoring average is 75.1 (2014-15).
  13. #1/2 South Carolina (16-1) Conf (4-0) AT Missouri (4-13) Conf (1-3) 8:30 P.M. (ET) | COLUMBIA, MO Watch - Sec Network; Listen 107.5 The Game The team maybe on sky high right now but, like Coach said the team have lost the past two times they have played there. And that's when we had elite senior talent from the 2017 team.
  14. Couisnard Sinks Buzzer Beater to Knockoff No. 10 Kentucky, 81-78 Redshirt freshman scored career-high 26 points, including 15 over the final 11:39 Freshman Jermaine Couisnard hit a 3-pointer as the buzzer sounded and South Carolina rallied from 14 points down in the second half to stun No. 10 Kentucky 81-78 on Wednesday night. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  15. Gamecocks Cruise Past Vanderbilt 93-57 Jan. 13, 2020 The fourth-ranked South Carolina Gamecocks made sure they wouldn't be joining the growing list of upsets in women's basketball. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  16. Gamecocks drop 13 spots to 136 in the NET with last night's loss to Florida. Furman has the state's top NET ranking at 74. Clemson is 102 and plays at #103 UNC Saturday.
  17. ***WBB #4/5 South Carolina (15-1) vs Vanderbilt (12-4) Game Thread*** #4/5 SOUTH CAROLINA (15-1) AT VANDERBILT (12-4) 5 P.M. (ET) | NASHVILLE, TENN. | MEMORIAL GYMNASIUM (14,316) South Carolina Game Notes (PDF) | WATCH: SEC Network | LISTEN: 107.5 The Game | Live Stats | Staley Media Availability ABOUT THIS GAME South Carolina trails Vanderbilt in the overall series 16-21 but is 11-2 against the Commodores in the Dawn Staley era after winning the last 10 meetings by an average of 14.0 points. The Gamecocks have won all five meetings on Vanderbilt's home court in the Staley era. South Carolina looks to open SEC play 4-0 for the second-straight season and the sixth time in the last seven campaigns. GAMECOCK NOTABLES South Carolina has more wins over RPI top-50 teams (6) than any team in the country and has played more games against those teams (7) than any team in either the AP or Coaches Top 25 this week. The Gamecocks' five wins over nationally ranked opponents – including two top-15 foes – are more than any team in the country. Senior Tyasha Harris and freshman Aliyah Boston were named to the Wooden Award Midseason Top 25 this week. Boston is the lone freshman on the list, and the Gamecocks are one of five teams with multiple entries. Four of the Gamecocks' starters average double-figure points in SEC play so far this season, and three Gamecocks off the bench have added at least 7.0 points per game. Just two of those five starters average more than 30.0 minutes per game – Zia Cooke and Tyasha Harris (30.3 mpg). South Carolina's three 90-point SEC games matches the most such games in program history (2002-03). The Gamecocks' game against #21/21 Arkansas was played at a blistering pace with each team attempting 79 field goals. South Carolina also logged 21 free throw attempts in the victory. Freshman forward Aliyah Boston is averaging a double-double in SEC play with 16.7 ppg and a league-best 14.3 rpg through three games, playing just 24.7 minutes per outing. Measuring against others in the league, Boston's efficiency ranks her third in scoring a 27.0 points per 40 minutes – best among SEC freshmen. Against ranked opponents, the young forward also averages a double-double with 14.0 ppg and 10.3 rpg – both team highs. Freshman guard Zia Cooke made her SEC debut with 15 points against #13/13 Kentucky and that was her league-game low. Cooke is fifth in the conference with 18.7 ppg in league play. Senior Tyasha Harris has had her hands on at least one-third of the Gamecocks' offense over the last two SEC games between her scoring (13.5 ppg) and her 7.0 assists per game leading to another 17.5 ppg in that stretch. BY THE NUMBERS 3 Tyasha Harris is three assists away from matching Mindy Ballou (1983-86) for No. 2 in program history in career assists. 4 Zia Cooke became just the fourth Gamecock freshman ever to record multiple 20-point games in SEC play – Kelsey Bone (2), Alaina Coates (2), A'ja Wilson (3). 12.6 The Gamecocks' 94.3 points per SEC game this season are 12.6 more than the second-highest average in the league (Mississippi State and Arkansas, 81.7 ppg). 29.3 The South Carolina bench has scored 29.3 points per SEC game this season, nearly 1/3 of the team's 94.3 points per game. 46.7 The Gamecocks average 46.7 points in the paint in SEC play so far with the guards adding 22.0 of those points and forwards netting 24.6. 63.2 Aliyah Boston averages 6.3 offensive rebounds per SEC game and has scored (field goal and/or free throws) on 63.2 percent of those rebounds.
  18. Tennessee ekes out 56-55 victory over South Carolina Gamecocks have chance to win it on last possession but fall short John Fulkerson had 15 points and 10 rebounds and drew a game-clinching charge with 1.4 seconds left as Tennessee edged South Carolina 56-55 on Saturday. South Carolina (8-7, 0-2 SEC) had the ball in the closing (VIEW ARTICLE)
  19. Columbia, SC - The 4th/5th-ranked South Carolina Gamecocks return home to face 21st-ranked Arkansas in another critical Southeastern Conference showdown in Colonial Life Arena tonight, tipping off at 7:00 pm ET. The Razorbacks are led by high-scoring guard Chelsea Dungee, who is 3rd in the SEC in scoring at 19.7 points per game. The Gamecocks and Dawn Staley may have had this game marked on their calendar, as the Razorbacks are the last SEC opponent to defeat South Carolina, as Arkansas outlasted South Carolina 95-89 in the Gamecocks' first SEC Tournament game last season. The Gamecocks (14-1, 2-0) are currently on an eight-game winning streak and are returning home to friendly surroundings after winning a tough road SEC victory 93-78 at Alabama, while Arkansas (13-2, 1-1) are coming in off of a 86-70 road win against Auburn. Game Time: 7:00 PM ET TV: SECN Live Stats: https://stats.statbroadcast.com/statmonitr/?id=274411 Radio: https://www.iheart.com/live/1075-the-game-5485/
  20. Nembhard helps Florida roll past South Carolina, 81-68 Gators held the Gamecocks scoreless the final 2:43 in back-and-forth game COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) -- Andrew Nembhard had 21 points and 10 assists as Florida held on to defeat South Carolina 81-68 on Tuesday night. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  21. Clemson moved up 9 spots to 104th in the NET ranking following the win over NC State. Furman is the state's highest ranked team at #67. College of Charleston is next at #101. Gamecocks are #118 and Wofford is #119.
  22. Tuscaloosa, AL - The 4th/5th-ranked South Carolina Gamecocks hit the road again in an SEC contest against the Alabama Crimson Tide today in Coleman Coliseum, in Tuscaloosa. Tip-off is at 6:00 PM EST. The Gamecocks (13-1) look to extend on their 7-game win streak and move to 2-0 in SEC play, while Alabama (10-4) will look to rebound from their SEC-opening loss at LSU, by hosting the Gamecocks in friendly confines. Tip Time: 6:00 PM EST TV: SECN Live Stats: https://stats.statbroadcast.com/statmonitr/?id=276681 Radio: https://www.iheart.com/live/1075-the-game-5485/
  23. No. 4 South Carolina defeats Alabama 93-78 TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) – Aliyah Boston had 17 points and 12 rebounds to lead No. 4/5 South Carolina to a 93-78 win over Alabama on Sunday night. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  24. Columbia, SC - South Carolina Women's Basketball (12-1) opens up Southeastern Conference play with a home game tonight against 13th ranked Kentucky (11-1). The 4th-ranked Gamecocks are coming into the game on a six-game winning streak. TV: SECN Live Stats: http://stats.statbroadcast.com/broadcast/?id=274410

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