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  1. Bentley’s is still has a team presences guiding Gamecock QBs Joyner, Hilinski Oct. 17, 2019 To the outside, Gamecock QB Jake Bentley has become a bit of a ghost. Has he? The injured senior QB hasn’t spoken publicly since his foot injury at the end of the UNC game in first game of the season. His social media accounts have been silent since the start of August. He’s usually on the sidelines during home games, but it’s been two weeks since one of those and he didn’t make the trip to Athens last week for the Georgia game. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  2. Carolina and Florida Set to Kick at Noon on ESPN Game Times and Television Networks Announced for SEC Games of Oct. 19 The South Carolina – Florida football game, set for Saturday, Oct. 19, will kick at 12 noon ET and will be televised nationally on ESPN, the Southeastern Conference announced today. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  3. Will Muschamp on the SEC call: Talks Hilinski & Dakereon Oct. 16, 2019 Will Muschamp made the point clear, his top two quarterbacks were out on the field doing everything they’d be expected to on Wednesday. "(Hilinski) and Dakereon both practiced and got every rep, so we’re good to go." (And has the med staff cleared Hilinski to play or is that TBD?) "They'll clear him later, but he looked fine today to me, so I think we’re ready to roll." Otherwise, it’s a clean bill of health.
  4. Javon Kinlaw Earns Midseason All-America Recognition Gamecock Defensive Tackle Considered Among Nation’s Best University of South Carolina defensive tackle Javon Kinlaw has put together an outstanding first half of the 2019 football season, earning Midseason First-Team All-America honors from the Associated Press and Midseason Second-Team All-America recognition from The Athletic, it was announced today. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  5. WATCH: Will Muschamp Weekly News Conference included select players with Transcript & more Oct. 15, 2019 Muschamp gives the latest on QB Ryan Hilinski’s injury status The question had been lingering since a Georgia defensive lineman flew into the side of the Gamecock QB Ryan Hilinski’s knee. It was sprained, the staff said, and he was on track to play against Florida as of Sunday. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  6. What we learned from the Gamecocks upset win over Georgia between the hedges Oct. 15, 2019 ERNEST JONES COMING INTO HIS OWN Behind Kinlaw and Mukuamu, sophomore linebacker Ernest Jones quietly put together an outstanding day for the Gamecocks had a team-leading 12 tackles, three pass break-ups and half a sack. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  7. DB Israel Mukuamu shocking three picks vs Georgia Oct. 14, 2019 Saturday’s game between Gamecocks and No. 3 Georgia, QB Jake Fromm was the best in the country in taken care of the ball, he had no interceptions in five games and a 77.5% completion rate. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  8. Will Muschamp Sunday night on his conference call notes Oct. 13, 2019 Will Muschamp said Sunday night on his conference call quarterback Ryan Hilinski suffered a sprained knee in the win at Georgia Saturday, but he expects the freshman to be fine and able to play this Saturday against Georgia. Muschamp said Hilinski was pulled from the Georgia game due to a lack of mobility thus reducing the opportunity to protect himself. Muschamp will know more about Hilinski Tuesday duringpractice to see his condition then, but he did say multiple times he is expecting Hilinski to play against the Gators. Muschamp added that the hit on Hilinski that caused the injury was not intentional or malicious. He said the Georgia lineman putting the rush on Hilinski tripped over a Gamecock lineman and that’s why he ended up hitting him low. Here are some more notes from Muschamp tele: Muschamp said the primary reason they did a good job against the Georgia run was their tackling was much better. Muschamp said if something were to happen at quarterback to Dakereon Joyner and Jay Urich, Corbett Glick would be the next in line. Pleased with Hilinski’s play, held up well under pressure, threw the ball into the right spots. They are playing better on defense on the back end and matching what they are doing up front. Said Kinlaw is playing really well, Smith and Sandidge played their best games ever. Chavis Dawkins has been playing really fast and has been doing the little things well, doing the dirty work, really pleased with how he’s played.
  9. South Carolina's secondary against Georgia Oct. 11, 2019 In man coverage, it’s a tricky spot for Gamecock cornerback Jaycee Horn. He has to be aware of getting beat outside and potentially deep as well. There’s usually some type of help to the inside. Yet one of the most basic plays in a modern RPO offense uses a simple run fake to pull the linebacker, open up a window and create an opening on the slant, that’s one of things that makes it difficult. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  10. Coach Will Muschamp gets his first signature win in Athens over No. 3 Georgia in overtime Oct. 12, 2019 Gamecock football and Will Muschamp got a win over a top opponent. How did he do it?. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  11. WATCH: Muschamp, Joyner, White meet with media Oct. 12, 2019, | Courtesy of 247sports
  12. Fall is finally in the air in South Carolina and the playoffs are in our future. With just three weeks left in the regular season, the games are growing in importance. This Friday night brought some intriguing matchups on paper, but for the most part, the favorites came out on top. Dorman topped Gaffney, Daniel held off Wren, and Dutch Fork rolled over River Bluff in three of the night’s most anticipated games. One result that could be considered a mild upset was 5th ranked Wilson defeating 4th ranked North Myrtle Beach in a 4A showdown. High School Scores Week 7 ABBEVILLE 54 FOX CREEK 12 AC FLORA 34 LAKEWOOD 14 AIRPORT 30 NORTH AUGUSTA 29 ANDREW JACKSON ACADEMY 67 BEAUFORT ACADEMY 16 ANDREWS 41 KINGSTREE 20 ASHLEY RIDGE 23 WEST ASHLEY 21 AUGUSTA CHRISTIAN 34 WILSON HALL 14 AYNOR 51 MARION 29 BAMBERG-EHRHARDT 26 ALLENDALE-FAIRFAX 7 BARNWELL 49 WHALE BRANCH 6 BATESBURG-LEESVILLE 33 SILVER BLUFF 7 BATTERY CREEK 38 LAKE MARION 20 BEAUFORT 35 BLUFFTON 24 BELTON-HONEA PATH 56 PALMETTO 28 BETHESDA 55 HILTON HEAD PREP 20 BISHOP ENGLAND 33 WACCAMAW 17 BLACKSBURG 28 MCBEE 21 BLACKVILLE-HILDA 42 RIDGE SPRING-MONETTA 14 BLYTHEWOOD 42 IRMO 35 BOILING SPRINGS 44 SPARTANBURG 37 BRANCHVILLE 24 CROSS 22 BROOKLAND-CAYCE 35 SOUTH AIKEN 20 BROOME 28 CHESNEE 26 BUFORD 16 CENTRAL 12 BYRNES 43 MAULDIN 0 CALHOUN COUNTY 36 CA JOHNSON 13 CALHOUN ACADEMY 46 WW KING 0 CAMDEN COUNTY, GA 49 COLLETON COUNTY 12 CANE BAY 27 JAMES ISLAND 24 CAROLINA FOREST 49 SOUTH FLORENCE 7 CHAPIN 38 WHITE KNOLL 35 CHAPMAN 64 CAROLINA 0 CHESTER 31 KEENAN 6 CLARENDON HALL 47 NEWBERRY ACADEMY 0 CLINTON 35 MID-CAROLINA 21 CLOVER 27 NORTHWESTERN 24 CONWAY 28 SOCASTEE 8 DANIEL 34 WREN 28 DENMARK-OLAR 22 ESTILL 14 DILLON 51 LORIS 20 DILLON CHRISTIAN 50 CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 0 DORMAN 34 GAFFNEY 10 DUTCH FORK 48 RIVER BLLUFF 14 EAST CLARENDON 33 LATTA 3 EASTSIDE 49 BEREA 15 EDISTO 28 PELION 6 FAIRFIELD CENTRAL 21 CAMDEN 20 FIRST BAPTIST 68 PINEWOOD PREP 13 FLORENCE CHRISTIAN 52 ROBERT E. LEE 41 GOOSE CREEK 35 BERKELEY 27 GRAY COLLEGIATE 49 COLUMBIA 0 GREEN SEA-FLOYDS 62 TIMMONSVILLE 8 GREENVILLE 48 BLUE RIDGE 0 GREENWOOD 42 WADE HAMPTON 6 HAMMOND 57 PORTER-GAUD 6 HANAHAN 44 ACADEMIC MAGNET 7 HANNAH-PAMPLICO 30 CARVERS BAY 7 HARTSVILLE 21 MARLBORO COUNTY 7 HEATHWOOD HALL 35 BEN LIPPEN 7 HILLCREST 42 RIVERSIDE 0 HILTON HEAD CHRISTIAN 62 ORANGEBURG PREP 33 HUNTER-KINARD-TYLER 24 WILLISTON-ELKO 6 LAKE CITY 34 CHERAW 20 LAKE VIEW 54 CHARLESTON MATH & SCIENCE 0 LAURENCE MANNING 20 CARDINAL NEWMAN 9 LAURENS 28 WOODMONT 24 LEGION COLLEGIATE 22 CATAWBA RIDGE 19 LEWISVILLE 57 LEE CENTRAL 28 LIBERTY 26 CRESCENT 21 LOWER RICHLAND 42 CRESTWOOD 17 MANNING 27 GEORGETOWN 14 MAY RIVER 47 RIDGELAND-HARDEEVILLE 0 MCCORMICK 41 CALHOUN FALLS 0 MIDLAND VALLEY 20 AIKEN 10 MULLINS 18 JOHNSONVILLE 16 MYRTLE BEACH 57 DARLINGTON 0 NATION FORD 38 FORT MILL 14 NEWBERRY 31 EMERALD 21 NORTH CENTRAL 24 CHESTERFIELD 19 NORTHWOOD ACADEMY 35 JOHN PAUL II 21 OCEANSIDE 42 BURKE 0 ORANGEBURG-WILKINSON 28 DREHER 7 PALMETTO CHRISTIAN 30 HOLLY HILL 8 PATRICK HENRY 48 CATHEDRAL 0 PEE DEE ACADEMY 44 THOMAS SUMTER 6 PENDLETON 32 POWDERSVILLE 0 PHILLIP SIMMONS 40 NORTH CHARLESTON 18 RICHARD WINN 52 LAURENS ACADEMY 20 RIDGE VIEW 47 RICHLAND NORTHEAST 0 SALUDA 43 NINETY SIX 13 SENECA 42 WEST-OAK 7 SOUTH POINTE 42 LANCASTER 21 SOUTHSIDE CHRISTIAN 48 CHRIST CHURCH 0 SPRING VALLEY 16 LUGOFF-ELGIN 10 ST. JOHN’S CHRISTIAN 57 NORTHSIDE CHRISTIAN 20 ST. JOSEPH’S 49 LANDRUM 28 STROM THURMOND 52 SWANSEA 12 SUMMERVILLE 54 STALL 27 THOMAS HEYWARD 36 SPARTANBURG CHRISTIAN 14 TL HANNA 37 EASLEY 10 TRAVELERS REST 21 GREER 14 TRINITY-BYRNES 48 WILLIAMSBURG 13 UNION COUNTY 48 WOODRUFF 28 WAGENER-SALLEY 51 NORTH 2 WALHALLA 35 PICKENS 7 WANDO 15 STRATFORD 7 WARDLAW 56 JEFF DAVIS 6 WEST FLORENCE 42 ST. JAMES 14 WESTSIDE 49 JL MANN 10 WESTWOOD 28 YORK 22 WHITMIRE 24 DIXIE 7 WILSON 43 NORTH MYRTLE BEACH 21
  13. ESPN, Sports Illustrated projecting still have the Gamecocks to make a bowl Oct. 05, 2019 The map for the Gamecock football to make a bowl this season followed a rocky start. Gamecocks now stand at 2-3, USC needs four more victories. The Gamecocks look to be favored against Vanderbilt and Tennessee. They likely will as well against an Appalachian State team that’s 4-0 and topped the UNC team that upset South Carolina to start the season. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  14. Seven named finalists for 2019 Mr. Football Award Oct. 10, 2019 The South Carolina Athletic Coaches Association in conjunction with the Touchstone Energy Cooperatives Bowl Wednesday night revealed the finalists for Mr. Football in South Carolina for 2019. A field of seven was announced by Keith Richardson of the SCACA on SportsTalk. The winner will be revealed during halftime of the Touchstone Energy Cooperatives Bowl December 14th at Doug Shaw Memorial Stadium in Myrtle Beach. Five of the seven finalists have committed to Division-1 programs. 2019 Mr. Football Finalists Saluda QB Noah Bell Chapman QB Mikele Colasurdo Myrtle Beach QB Luke Doty (committed to USC) Byrnes RB Rahjai Harris (committed to ECU) Dutch Fork WR Jalin Hyatt (committed to Tennessee) Laurens TE Duane Martin (committed to Louisville) Daniel SAF Tyler Venables (committed to Clemson)
  15. Gamecocks ground attack worked against Kentucky, now can they do it again vs. Georgia? Oct. 10, 2019 Before every game, sixth-year senior center Donell Stanley writes the same thing on a board. The message is just these three words, and it’s only intended for the Gamecock offensive linemen. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  16. Muschamp shares what QB Jake Fromm brings to the table Oct. 09, 2019 Two things that stand out for Gamecock coach Muschamp about Georgia is QB Jake Fromm and the Bulldogs’ rushing defense. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  17. WATCH: Will Muschamp Weekly News Conference included select players with Transcript Oct. 08, 2019 Injury report 3 veterans back from injury also possible freshman could return by year’s end. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  18. (AUDIO) Will Muschamp conference call Talking Georgia, injuries more Oct. 06, 2019 Gamecocks coach Will Muschamp updated the status of five injured USC players. ▪ Running back Rico Dowdle: Ready to go after spraining an ankle against Kentucky. ▪ Quarterback Dakereon Joyner: Will know more Tuesday, might walk through some Monday morning. Sat out the UK and last week with a hamstring issue. ▪ Dylan Wonnum: Will still miss the next 2-3 weeks with an ankle injury. ▪ Brad Johnson: Did not practice last week with a groin injury. Moving around/running in practice. Expects to know more tomorrow and Tuesday. ▪ Randrecous Davis: Did not practice last week with a nagging ankle injury. Moving around/running in practice. Expects to know more tomorrow and Tuesday. There was no game for Will Muschamp to review Sunday night on his weekly conference call with the media, but he did update his team’s walking wounded, give details on the off-week activities related to practices and recruiting, and provide an early scouting report on Saturday’s opponent, third ranked Georgia. The Gamecocks are 25 point underdogs for the Noon kickoff in Athens. Will Muschamp conference call https://sportstalksc.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/will-muschamp-10-6-2.mp3
  19. With a few exceptions, everyone was in to region play Friday night as the drive for the playoffs is under way. Those region games included a pair of big rivalry games on opposite ends of the state. Dorman had no trouble with Spartanburg and Summerville took down Ashley Ridge. Also, Myrtle Beach scored a big win over Hartsville while Dutch Fork, Sumter and Fort Dorchester remained unbeaten. High School Scores Week 6 ABBEVILLE 30 BATESBURG-LEESVILLE 6 AC FLORA 49 CRESTWOOD 7 AIRPORT 24 MIDLAND VALLEY 21 ANDREW JACKSON 28 CHESTERFIELD 13 ANDREW JACKSON ACADEMY 56 PALMETTO CHRISTIAN 6 ANDREWS 49 CARVERS BAY 6 AYNOR 45 CHERAW 28 BARNWELL 35 ALLENDALE-FAIRFAX 0 BATTERY CREEK 31 CREEKSIDE CHRISTIAN, GA 6 BELTON-HONEA PATH 41 WALHALLA 20 BEN LIPPEN 28 WILSON HALL 14 BERKELEY 43 WANDO 13 BETHESDA ACADEMY 49 COLLETON PREP 0 BETHUNE-BOWMAN 34 MILITARY MAGNET 14 BISHOP ENGLAND 35 HANAHAN 3 BLACKSBURG 41 CHRIST CHURCH 27 BLACKVILLE-HILDA 38 HUNTER-KINARD-TYLER 12 BLUE RIDGE 49 BEREA 13 BLUE RIDGE 49 RIVERSIDE 13 BRANCHVILLE 33 SCOTTS BRANCH 0 BROOKLAND-CAYCE 41 NORTH AUGUSTA 14 BUFORD 64 LEWISVILLE 50 BYRNES 54 RIVERSIDE 0 CA JOHNSON 42 COLUMBIA 28 CALHOUN COUNTY 44 EAU CLAIRE 6 CALVARY DAY, GA 48 ST. JOHN’S 12 CARDINAL NEWMAN 28 PINEWOOD PREP 6 CAROLINA ACADEMY 41 HILTON HEAD PREP 18 CAROLINA FOREST 63 SOCASTEE 0 CE MURRAY 33 CROSS 7 CENTRAL 39 NORTH CENTRAL 17 CHAPMAN 49 BROOME 7 CHESNEE 35 SOUTHSIDE 7 CHESTER 51 INDIAN LAND 50 CLARENDON HALL 44 LAURENS ACADEMY 22 CLARENDON HALL 44 LAURENS ACADEMY 22 CLOVER 42 NATION FORD 27 CONWAY 41 WEST FLORENCE 38 DANIEL 49 PALMETTO 42 DILLON 44 MARION 14 DORMAN 56 SPARTANBURG 7 DUTCH FORK 55 CHAPIN 10 EASLEY 28 WADE HAMPTON 13 EASTSIDE 45 TRAVELERS REST 34 ESTILL 57 NORTH 0 FAIRFIELD CENTRAL 39 KEENAN 0 FLORENCE CHRISTIAN 46 OAKBROOK PREP 19 FORT DORCHESTER 28 WEST ASHLEY 0 FOX CREEK 17 NINETY SIX 7 GAFFNEY 41 HILLCREST 7 GILBERT 47 SWANSEA 0 GOOSE CREEK 49 CANE BAY 7 GRAY COLLEGIATE 28 LAMAR 26 GREEN SEA-FLOYDS 47 BAPTIST HILL 0 GREENVILLE 16 GREER 0 GREENWOOD 49 TL HANNA 22 GREENWOOD CHRISTIAN 28 SPARTANBURG CHRISTIAN 24 HAMMOND 47 AUGUSTA CHRISTIAN 0 HANNAH-PAMPLICO 42 EAST CLARENDON 14 HEATHWOOD HALL 34 PORTER-GAUD 28 HILTON HEAD CHRISTIAN 42 NORTHWOOD ACADEMY 7 HOLLY HILL ACADEMY 48 PATRICK HENRY 6 IRMO 27 SPRING VALLEY 26 JOHNSONVILLE 42 LATTA 0 LAKE CITY 21 LORIS 14 LAKE VIEW 48 MCBEE 3 LANCASTER 24 RICHLAND NORTHEAST 21 LAURENCE MANNING 39 FIRST BAPTIST 31 LAURENS 20 WESTSIDE 17 LEGION COLLEGIATE 59 CHARLESTON MATH & SCIENCE 0 LEXINGTON 45 WHITE KNOLL 27 LOWER RICHLAND 56 DREHER 7 MANNING 51 ACADEMIC MAGNET 0 MAULDIN 42 BOILING SPRINGS 21 MAY RIVER 54 LAKE MARION 0 MCCORMICK 41 DIXIE 14 MID-CAROLINA 13 EMERALD 12 MULLINS 39 KINGSTREE 13 MYRTLE BEACH 42 HARTSVILLE 21 NEW HEMPSTEAD, GA 50 HILTON HEAD 35 NORTH MYRTLE BEACH 28 MARLBORO COUNTY 7 NORTHSIDE CHRISTIAN 50 CATHEDRAL ACADEMY 14 OCEANSIDE COLLEGIATE 61 NORTH CHARLESTON 6 ORANGEBURG PREP 53 JOHN PAUL II 19 ORANGEBURG-WILKINSON 21 LAKEWOOD 7 PEE DEE ACADEMY 44 THE KINGS ACADEMY 21 PENDLETON 49 WEST-OAK 14 POWDERSVILLE 12 CRESCENT 7 RICHARD WINN 55 NEWBERRY ACADEMY 6 RICHMOND HILL, GA 49 BLUFFTON 17 RIDGE SPRING-MONETTA 30 DENMARK-OLAR 20 RIDGE VIEW 27 YORK 7 ROBERT E. LEE 40 THOMAS SUMTER 16 ROCK HILL 30 FORT MILL 0 SALUDA 55 SILVER BLUFF 0 SENECA 34 LIBERTY 13 SOUTH AIKEN 42 AIKEN 0 SOUTH FLORENCE 35 ST. JAMES 7 SOUTH POINTE 31 WESTWOOD 20 SOUTHSIDE CHRISTIAN 42 ST. JOSEPH’S 21 ST. JOHN’S CHRISTIAN 30 BEAUFORT ACADEMY 14 STALL 43 BURKE 26 STRATFORD 34 JAMES ISLAND 16 STROM THURMOND 34 EDISTO 0 SUMMERVILLE 42 ASHLEY RIDGE 31 SUMTER 58 LUGOFF-ELGIN 6 TIMBERLAND 48 PHILLIP SIMMONS 14 TIMMONSVILLE 10 HEMINGWAY 6 TRINITY-BYRNES 55 THOMAS HEYWARD 14 UNION COUNTY 54 CLINTON 21 WACCAMAW 28 GEORGETOWN 7 WADE HAMPTON HAMPTON 35 BAMBERG-EHRHARDT 28 WAGENER-SALLEY 54 WILLISTON-ELKO 16 WARDLAW ACADEMY 36 CALHOUN ACADEMY 0 WHITMIRE 32 WARE SHOALS 3 WILLIAMSBURG ACADEMY 19 DILLON CHRISTIAN 6 WILSON 55 DARLINGTON 15 WOODLAND 37 WHALE BRANCH 36 WOODMONT 51 JL MANN 0 WOODRUFF 38 NEWBERRY 14 WREN 64 PICKENS 14
  20. New face that the Gamecocks will have to count for the next 3-4 weeks Oct. 04, 2019 The Gamecocks had to rely on a true freshmen offensive tackle by the name of Jaylen Nichols on Saturday night. Not the best way to start your career but sometimes out of need it happens in the world of college football. Why it happen? Starting right tackle Dylan Wonnum is sidelined for 3-4 weeks with an ankle injury, one he’s lucky isn’t broken according to Gamecocks coach Will Muschamp. That means Nichols is a starter at that spot for the foreseeable future, and he seemed to do at least OK in his first real action against Kentucky. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  21. Hot Seat Rankings: Clay Helton, Jeremy Pruitt among coaches feeling heat as 2019 unfolds These college football coaches have some work to do if they hope to survive the 2019 season Rutgers has gotten a head start on the silly season. Before we even had the opportunity to reconsider where coaches sit on the hot seat now five weeks into the 2019 season, a seat has already been made vacant. Chris Ash's firing reinforces that athletic directors are more likely than ever to pull the trap door during the season. Still, job security should dominate this offseason after 27 schools changed coaches (20 percent of FBS) last offseason. There is still a honeymoon period, after all. But as we reconsider the hot seat from July, there is reason to believe there will be coaching upheaval in at least one program in four of the Power Five conferences. (VIEW FULL ARTICLE)
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