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  1. Wide receiver Jay Urich making his case to be in the rotation for 2019 August 23, 2019 Jay Urich has been throwing to receivers for a few years before the choice was made to move the third-year Gamecock football player from quarterback to receiver. But that doesn’t mean he is too green to play a role in the Gamecocks’ offense this year. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  2. The weather was a major factor across the state of South Carolina on the opening Friday night of the season. Delays postponements and cancellations were the result of heavy rain and lightning. The marquise game of the night, Mallard Creek of Charlotte at Dutch Fork, was called with just under five minutes to play due to lightning and the score tied at 27. It will go into the books as a tie. The other big matchup, Greer vs Byrnes, was no contest with the Rebels rolling to a 33-8 victory. SCORES FROM WEEK 0 UPSTATE LINCOLN COUNTY, GA 7 ABBEVILLE 10 game called in late 2nd at due to weather SOUTHSIDE CHRISTIAN 70 AHOP CHRISTIAN, NC 14 LANDRUM 14 BLUE RIDGE 35 BLACKSBURG 41 BUFORD 21 GREENWOOD CHRISTIAN 0 CALHOUN FALLS 6 canceled CAROLINA PRIDE 0 CATAWBA RIDGE 13 UNION COUNTY 37 CHAPMAN 52 AIKEN 8 CHESTER 52 YORK 21 CLOVER 48 MCCORMICK 20 CRESCENT 21 CHRIST CHURCH 33 DIXIE 8 WADE HAMPTON 7 DORMAN 58 PICKENS 14 EASLEY 31 NINETY SIX 0 EMERALD 23 RIVER BLUFF 43 FORT MILL 3 SOUTH AIKEN 2 GREENWOOD 21 BYRNES 33 GREER 8 INDIAN LAND 18 LANCASTER 3 DANIEL 44 LIBERTY 0 SPARTANBURG 6 NATION FORD 20 SOUTH POINTE NORTHWESTERN SAT WARE SHOALS 32 OAKBROOK PREP 12 MAULDIN 47 PENDLETON 14 SUMTER 28 ROCK HILL 21 EASTSIDE 38 SOUTHSIDE 21 RIVERSIDE 10 TRAVELERS REST 30 WILDWOOD, FL 41 WALHALLA 42 GREENVILLE 14 WOODMONT 35 CHESNEE 20 WOODRUFF 28 MIDLANDS BEAUFORT 21 AC FLORA 37 RIDGE SPRING-MONETTA 0 BATESBURG-LEESVILLE 21 RIDGE VIEW BLYTHEWOOD ppd until Monday 7:30 ORANGEBURG-WILKINSON 27 CALHOUN COUNTY 0 BROOME 20 CENTRAL 0 KEENAN 37 COLUMBIA 12 AIRPORT 41 DREHER 7 MALLARD CREEK, NC 27 DUTCH FORK 27 called 4th QT tie LEWISVILLE EAU CLAIRE ppd until Monday HUNTER-KINARD-TYLER 26 EDISTO 40 ALLENDALE-FAIRFAX 13 ESTILL 16 JOHN’S CREEK, GA 44 FAIRFIELD CENTRAL 6 GRAY COLLEGIATE 32 GILBERT 34 ppd until 11 am Saturday CA JOHNSON 38 GREAT FALLS 39 3 OT MILITARY MAGNET LAKE MARION PPD COLLETON COUNTY 14 LAKEWOOD 7 3rd QT IRMO 6 LEXINGTON 14 4th QT, resume Saturday 11 AM SWANSEA 39 LOWER RICHLAND 41 WESTWOOD 8 LUGOFF-ELGIN 12 WHITMIRE 0 MID-CAROLINA 27 LAKESIDE, GA MIDLAND VALLEY canceled CAMDEN 64 NORTH CENTRAL 21 SALUDA 8 STROM THURMOND 14 ppd until Saturday 10 AM NORTH AUGUSTA THOMSON, GA ppd until Monday 7:00 PM PELION 2 WAGENER-SALLEY 46 BROOKLAND-CAYCE 13 WHITE KNOLL 27 4th QT, resume Saturday 1:30 PM BARNWELL 28 WILLISTON-ELKO 14 3rd QT, resume Saturday 10 AM PEE DEE & GRAND STRAND CHERAW 28 DARLINGTON 0 HAVELOCK, NC DILLON cancelled LAKE VIEW 46 HANNAH-PAMPLICO 6 LAMAR 54 HEMINGWAY 0 MARION 28 JOHNSONVILLE 8 CE MURRAY 29 KINGSTREE 0 MULLINS 20 LATTA 25 WADE HAMPTON HAMPTON 21 LEE CENTRAL 0 SCOTT’S BRANCH 8 MANNING 62 RIDGELAND-HARDEVILLE 14 MARLBORO COUNTY 40 ANDREW JACKSON 37 MCBEE 0 CONWAY 7 NORTH MYRTLE BEACH 24 WEST BRUNSWICK, NC 28 SOCASTEE 0 LORIS 32 ST. JAMES 28 EAST CLARENDON 28 TIMMONSVILLE 6 CARVERS BAY 0 WACCAMAW 44 GREEN SEA-FLOYDS 51 WEST COLUMBUS, NC 9 CRESTWOOD 0 WEST FLORENCE 23 LAKE CITY 6 WILSON 43 LOWCOUNTRY WHALE BRANCH 9 BATTERY CREEK 6 STALL 12 BERKELEY 56 BLACKVILLE-HILDA 36 BETHUNE-BOWMAN 14 SCREVEN COUNTY, GA 44 BLUFFTON 41 OT BRANCHVILLE 31 COLLETON PREP 24 OT BURKE 14 CROSS 16 GLYNN ACADEMY, GA 6 FORT DORCHESTER 31 ASHLEY RIDGE 21 GOOSE CREEK 20 SAVANNAH 13 HILTON HEAD 38 SOUTH FLORENCE 32 JAMES ISLAND 12 ACADEMIC MAGNET 0 NORTHWOOD ACADEMY 34 BAPTIST HILL 12 OCEANSIDE COLLEGIATE 58 PHILIP SIMMONS 13 ST. JOHNS 14 STRATFORD 14 TIMBERLAND 21 CANE BAY 20 WEST ASHLEY 12 SUMMERVILLE 51 WOODLAND 26 SCISA PINEWOOD PREP 6 BEN LIPPEN 41 NORTHSIDE CHRISTIAN 14 CALHOUN ACADEMY 54 JOHN PAUL II 6 CARDINAL NEWMAN 42 THE KING’S ACADEMY 0 DORCHESTER 54 SOUTHERN COLUMBUS, PA HAMMOND Sunday ROBERT E. LEE 26 HEATHWOOD HALL 20 MEMORIAL DAY 27 HILTON HEAD PREP 37 FIRST BAPTIST 21 NORTH FLORIDA CHRISTIAN 20 PROVIDENCE ATHLETIC CLUB 22 PATRICK HENRY 26 FLORENCE CHRISTIAN 28 PORTER-GAUD 35 HILTON HEAD CHRISTIAN 22 THOMAS HEYWARD 46
  3. Pickens Named to FWAA Freshman All-American Watch List 8/23/2019 | Football University of South Carolina defensive lineman Zacch Pickens is one of 74 FBS players on the official Watch List for the 2019 FWAA Freshman All-American Team and the Shaun Alexander Freshman of the Year Award, it was announced today. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  4. What the Gamecock coordinators are saying about North Carolina August 22, 2019 When the Gamecocks took the practice field Thursday, they were doing something they haven't done all preseason: preparing for an opponent. Fall camp is over and the Gamecocks began preparations for North Carolina Thursday, which will continue over the next nine days before kick off on Aug. 31. While players are just starting to learn the game plan, the coaching staff has been working on theirs for the last few weeks and putting together a plan to stop the Tar heels and true freshman starting quarterback Sam Howell. (VIEW ARTICLE) FREE RIVALS
  5. DL Zacch Pickens is he game ready? August 22, 2019 Travaris Robinson raves about the “tremendous depth” the Gamecocks have this season on the defensive side, the highest-rated recruit under Muschamp has flown relatively under the radar through training camp. That is freshman defensive lineman Zacch Pickens, he entered camp absent from USC’s first depth chart, competing against six or seven more experienced players for a spot. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  6. Will Muschamp talks starters and other notes August 22, 2019 Coach Muschamp talks one potential true freshman starter and hinted at another lineup choice as he spoke at the Columbia Touchdown Club on Today. Below is what he said: (VIEW ARTICLE)
  7. Ryan Hilinski, now only one snap away from being the Gamecock starter August 22, 2019 South Carolina football’s offense is Jake Bentley’s show for 2019 for now. But Ryan Hilinski’s show is in the wings just in case Jake falls short of expectations or an injury. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  8. Markway - is the only member of the group, who could be considered game-ready. Gamecocks down to 4 to 5 eligible players Evan Hinson - is out for a few more weeks after surgery. Will Register - A third-year player who has seen minimal time and is more of an in-line guy. KeShawn Toney - A mobile true freshman who is still very much a true freshman. Traevon Kenion - A dynamic receiving talent who got to spring practice late and missed much of camp with an undisclosed injury. Chandler Farrell - A former offensive lineman whose skill lies more on the blocking side than anything else. Farrell was a mid-camp switch and drew some praise from offensive coordinator Bryan McClendon.
  9. VIDEOS INCLUDED: Offensive coordinator Bryan McClendon meet with the media after practice here is what he said. Videos with selected players August 20, 2019 South Carolina offensive coordinator Bryan McClendon was faced with the question of what pushed Ryan Hilinski past Dakereon Joyner for the backup quarterback spot on the depth chart. His answer: Not just one thing. “There was a lot of stuff,” McClendon said. “I mean, it’s a lot of data that you take. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  10. Freshman defensive backs 'are all in' August 20, 2019 The Gamecock football’s secondary took a beating last season, losing most of its depth to injuries and forcing Muschamp to play a trio of true freshmen in expanded roles. A year later, that trio, now sophomores — Jaycee Horn, Israel Mukuamu and R.J. Roderick — are all back and expected to start for the Gamecocks. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  11. WITH VIDEO: Gamecock defensive coordinator Travaris Robinson & selected players meet with the media after Monday's practice. This is what they had to say August 20, 2019 Gamecock defensive coordinator Travaris Robinson didn’t sound pleased with the number he was saying. Man-to-man coverage is the ideal for a defense. It means defensive backs can win one-on-ones, hold their own when locked in with one receiver. (VIEW FULL ARTICLE & VIDEOS)
  12. What are the Gamecock QBs showing after the second scrimmage August 18, 2019 Coach Will Muschamp had previously said he hoped that by the end of his team’s second scrimmage, he’d have a good sense about his battle at backup quarterback. That scrimmage came and went Saturday. Muschamp said or the lack of at his press conference, no choices just yet. Muschamp had this to say. “We’ll watch the tape.” Today was a huge evaluation. Obviously, the two scrimmages are big in that evaluation process, but not just at that position, a lot of positions.” (VIEW ARTICLE)
  13. What are the odds for the Gamecocks to win the SEC August 18, 2019 The Gamecocks schedule does not play in their a favor, as they have to play Alabama as a crossover game, plus have a trip to Texas A&M, which went 9-4 last season. The odds for any team not named Alabama or Georgia winning the SEC championship were always going to be on the lower side. Still, South Carolina coming in with the 10th-best odds by BetOnline.ag stands out a little. The Gamecocks’ odds were at 80/1, behind the likes of Kentucky, Tennessee and Mississippi State. South Carolina was picked fourth in the SEC East by the SEC media.
  14. Muschamp observations & transcript from final scrimmage WATCH: Will Muschamp Post-Scrimmage News Conference August 17, 2019 Starter DB Israel Mukuamu getting snaps at new spot safety CLICK TO VIEW & WATCH
  15. Muschamp updates injury report after Saturday scrimmage August 17, 2019 TE Kiel Pollard: Small fracture in his neck. (Retired from football) TE Evan Hinson: Was diagnosed with an irregular heartbeat earlier this month and has remained in recovery mode since that treatment, with surgery should only sideline only (three or four weeks), rather than the six to eight that was expected. DL Kier Thomas: (ankle will be cleared sometime next week.) RB Rico Dowdle: bone bruise (expected to be ready for practice on Monday.) WR Bryan Edwards: shoulder were held out during the scrimmage (expected to be ready for practice on Monday.) DB J.T. Ibe: Has been dealing with a strained pectoral muscle and (could be back at some point next week). LB Brad Johnson: has been limited during camp with an injury. (no timetable) OF Donell Stanley: back injury will be (fully back to practice on Monday.) DB RJ Roderick: undisclosed will be (fully back to practice on Monday.)
  16. WITH VIDEOS WOLFORD, PLAYERS & FEASTER SPEAKS: Thursday practice observations and much more August 15, 2019 The Gamecocks will practice Friday afternoon before photo day, then have their final scrimmage Saturday. Coordinators: Travaris Robinson and Bryan McClendon will speak with the media next week. Classes are set to begin Aug. 22 and three days later, game week officially starts for UNC. Muschamp’s first in-season press conference will be Aug. 27. (VIEW FULL ARTICLE)
  17. I decided to relive the blunder that was the UGA game today, and specifically try to watch how Jake reads his receivers.I'm no coach, but consistently what killed him that game was waiting too long to pass to the open receiver. He would consistently throw the ball to the right receiver who was open, but the problem was he hung on to the ball way too long before attempting the pass, resulting in UGA's DB's being able to come up and bat the ball away as he stared them down. Combine that with our run blocking being awful that game against UGA's defensive line, and we I think that constitutes the majority of why we couldn't put up a fight. Jake's good throws would come when he passed to a guy like Edwards or Deebo, where he did not hesitate making the decision to pass to them. Where he would hang on to the ball too long is when throwing to a TE or one of the more unproven receivers.In a similar vein, Muschamp's recent report from scrimmage says that Jake is holding on to the ball too long. That tells me that our secondary, which, as Muschamp said, is becoming SEC caliber, has learned to consistently read Jake's eyes and beat out his hesitant throws. And a possibility as to why he is becoming so hesitant is that without Deebo, who made our WR corps so electric, he may not have complete trust in his receiving corps to catch the ball. If you ask me, I think that's why he struggles in big games. It's not necessarily that he gets anxious and plays worse, I think it's because he can get away with being too late on his throws against bad defenses, but not quality secondaries. That also would explain his struggles (primarily interceptions) in the red zone, too. When the field gets short for him and he needs to fit it inside tighter windows, being late on your throws sets up a lot of 50/50 balls. That's what happened against UVA, for example. His hesitation and staring down the open receiver lead to INT's. I think Jake plays his best football when he is confident in his receiving corps as a whole, and is ready to just lay it all on the line. He was locked in against Clemson this past year, putting full trust in his receivers, and it paid off. A lot of guys made catches that night, and while it was the Deebo show, Jake's ability to get the ball in other receivers' hands helped spread out that Clemson secondary and give us more opportunities through the air. In games where he struggled, like UGA, he would stare down an open receiver (again, unless it were Deebo or Edwards), unsure if he should throw it to them, and when he did, it was already too late. On the bright side, I am glad that our secondary is finally able to really test Jake, and really compete against our receivers. It will force Jake to trust his receivers more and not think twice about throwing to the open man if he wants to keep his job and find success against talented defenses. If we want to have a shot against anybody good this year, Jake has to play with confidence not only in himself, but against his receivers. I'm rooting for him.
  18. VIDEOS INCLUDED: Wednesday Gamecocks practice observations & more August 14, 2019 Gamecocks came out at practice wearing black helmets for its 12th practice of the preseason. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  19. Possible starter for Gamecocks and a freshman earn mention on Offensive Line August 14, 2019 Gamecocks coach Will Muschamp said versatile veteran Eric Douglas has been showing well at that spot. He had been battling with strong redshirt freshman Jovaughn Gwyn at that spot. “Eric Douglas right now would probably start at right guard,” Muschamp said. “But he’s also our backup at both tackle positions because he’s a very flexible, smart guy that can do a lot of things and is athletic.” (VIEW ARTICLE)
  20. Gamecock D-line will be a strength in 2019 and D.J. Wonnum will play a part in it August 13, 2019 D.J. Wonnum now a senior enters 2019 for his final season playing for the Gamecocks D.J. Wonnum he received preseason all-conference nods from Phil Steele and Athlon Sports, the senior defensive end was left off the official all-SEC media preseason team, and his name has yet to pop up on any watch lists like fellow senior defensive lineman Javon Kinlaw. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  21. Muschamp’s observations from the Gamecocks first Fall scrimmage August 12, 2019 Muschamp team had its first live scrimmage work of August, the scrimmage played a key part in helping him in deciding which players will play important roles when the season rolls around. He was able to see three groups of players for 50 snaps each, and that highlights something he’s been chasing since he arrived in Columbia. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  22. Muschamp talks injures after scrimmage August 12, 2019 Gamecocks coach Will Muschamp on Monday revealed that Hinson was having trouble breathing early in camp. Tests showed an irregular heartbeat, which will require ablation surgery that will sideline him for 6-8 weeks. He is expected to be back after that. Defensive tackle Taylor Stallworth had a similar procedure at one point in his career. OTHER INJURIES MUSCHAMP ANNOUNCED: ▪ Safety JT Ibe strained his pectoral. He should miss a week. ▪ TE Kiel Pollard is working through a shoulder stinger.
  23. Early buzz, breakout stars from South Carolina fall camp August 12, 2019 Inside the walls of the Cyndi and Kenneth Long Family Football Operations Center, there's a football team and coaching staff anxious to fasten the chinstraps and get things going at the end of the month at Bank of America Stadium. Info emanating from sources at South Carolina after two weeks of fall camp toes the line between cautious optimism and growing confidence ahead of Will Muschamp's fourth season, the first in which the program collectively feels good heading into the opener about its roster and overall depth in a variety of spots. The two-deep hasn't been sorted out just yet, but there are several players who have earned high marks over the first nine practices who, if their consistent play continues, will be impact contributors three weeks from now vs. the Tar Heels. (VIEW ARTICLE) FREE 247SPORTS
  24. With new and veteran middle linebackers communication is the key August 09, 2019 In the heart of South Carolina’s defense, the middle linebacker, or “Mike,” is the equivalent of the quarterback, calling out plays and organizing teammates. (VIEW ARTICLE)
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