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  1. They are giving up on the ground this season over 270 yards a game! Next to dead last in the country, get the backs cranked up and Jason can hit a few balls like against Florida, boys and girls we are going bowling
  2. Now playing for bowl eligibility against a beatable Mizzou team. Gamecocks pick up a win this game and the pressure is off in our last 2 games. Further, win this game and it adds credibility to the UF game. We have a stepping stone, please do not trip over it this time. A loss would pretty much kill all the good vibes from this week and paint the UF game as a fluke against a team that has mailed it in. We can have bowl eligibility locked up with 2 games to go in the season, which is something that not even the most optimistic fan would have predicted.
  3. I really think if they keep their head on straight, our guys will beat Missou. Auburn will be just as tough as we expected Florida to be. We get them at home and if we keep it the same as it was this week, we can upset them too. Clemsux is past due and this year they are not that good. They been playing ACC teams and struggling. Same as Auburn, we get them at Williams Brice and it will be full of shouting fans. I think our guys will be ready and we will finally put them in their place, losing. Maybe Garnet glasses after Saturday but if they can keep playing that same way, they can beat these 3 teams.
  4. Gamecocks' made a change that could help boost football attendance for 2021 South Carolina is bringing back student guest tickets for the Florida and Auburn home football games. USC students can request up to two guest seats in the upper student section at a cost of $50 each. The tickets are good for general admission seats in sections 508 and 509 at Williams-Brice Stadium, according to a school statement. The reintroduction of student guest tickets comes amid an overall attendance dip in 2021 for South Carolina football home games when compared with the 2019 season, when the guest ticket option was last offered. And it’s being rolled out as head coach Shane Beamer has directed multiple messages to fans this year, encouraging them to fill the seats at Williams-Brice Stadium in his first season. An average of 209 student guest tickets were sold for each home game during the 2019 football season, according to the Gamecocks, and the school expects this year’s demand to be comparable to that.
  5. Carolina calls Beamer: Here are some quotes from Thursday night / 0910912021 The big question surrounds the health of running back Kevin Harris and quarterback Luke Doty. And fans received good news on Harris, as Beamer declared him “full-go” for Saturday’s contest against the Pirates. We’ll play 4 running backs (against ECU)”, Beamer added. And Now turning are attention to Doty, Beamer mentioned that the sophomore has “been fine all week” despite being “a little bit sore” in preparation for the game. Beamer noted that Doty is just about there for Saturday, so all signs appear to be pointing toward a start unless there is a major setback before then. Beamer on Kevin Harris: He's full go. play full game based on rotation. Luke Doty: Biggest thing feeling 100 percent do what he needs to do if needed. Matter of him being well enough to feel comfortable to put him in the game.. Beamer says OL Hank Manos will be back and available against East Carolina. Manos missed last week's game with injury Beamer said Luke Doty has been out at practice and was "a little bit sore." Added he's been running around in pads and cleats, but reiterated he wants Doty fully healthy before he goes out there. Shane Beamer: "Kevin Harris is full-go. He's had a great week of practice. He's not on a rep count or a pitch count or anything like that." Shane Beamer asked about how things will get divided out at running back: "You'll see all three of those guys that played last week and you'll see Kevin Harris as well. We'll play four running backs."
  6. Projected starting Quarterback Luke Doty has been sidelined indefinitely due to a foot injury suffered in practice Friday. Doty reportedly suffered a mid-foot fracture and minor ligament damage after getting inadvertently stepped on in practice. Xrays, MRI, and cat scan will be evaluated by outside team medical consultants early next week. Doty took over the starting job at the end of last season, and overall appeared in 8 games with a pair of starts. He completed 43-of-71 passes (60.6 percent) for 405 yards with two touchdowns and three interceptions, and also rushed 41 times for 91 yards with a long of 17.
  7. South Carolina football has released its Spring Camp practice schedule for 2021 today. The camp opens on Saturday March 20th and will consist of 15 practices: March 20th, 23rd, 25th, 27th, 29th, April 1st, 6th, 8th, 10th, 13th, 15th, 17th, 20th, 22nd, and 24th. The Spring Game will be held on Saturday April 24th. Coach Shane Beamer will hold Spring Camp preview Zoom press conference on Thursday March 18th at 1:00 PM. Per Gamecock Central's Chris Clark: Coach Beamer will also be available following practice on Thursday, March 25 (noon), Thursday, April 1 (noon), Saturday, April 10 (11:30 am), Saturday, April 17 (11:30 am) and after the spring game on Saturday, April 24. Offensive coordinator Marcus Satterfield and defensive coordinator Clayton White will hold a Zoom press conference following practice on Monday, March 29 and again following practice on Tuesday, April 20, beginning at noon on both days. The remaining eight position coaches will each speak with the media once during spring ball. Offensive line coach Greg Adkins and defensive line coach Jimmy Lindsey are scheduled for Tuesday, April 6; wide receivers coach Justin Stepp and defensive backs coach Torrian Gray will be available on Thursday, April 8; tight ends coach Erik Kimrey and outside linebackers/defensive ends coach Mike Peterson are set for Tuesday, April 13, and running backs coach Montario Hardesty and special teams coordinator Pete Lembo are penciled in for Thursday, April 15. The Gamecocks are scheduled to scrimmage twice prior to the spring game. The scrimmages are set for Saturday, April 10 and Saturday, April 17. The scrimmage on April 10 will take place at the practice fields. The scrimmage on April 17 will take place at Williams-Brice Stadium. The annual Garnet & Black Spring Game is scheduled for Saturday, April 24. Game time is set for 2 pm ET at Williams-Brice Stadium. Media attendance will be limited with similar protocols as was implemented in the fall of 2020. More information regarding the spring game will be announced at a later date.South Carolina will hold its annual Pro Timing Day on Wednesday, March 24. The event will take place at the Jerri and Steve Spurrier indoor practice facility beginning at 1 pm. More information regarding pro timing day will be announced at a later date.Todd Ellis will host "Carolina Calls with Shane Beamer" on Wednesday, April 21. The hour-long show airs live from Home Team BBQ in Five Points on the flagship station of the Gamecocks, WNKT-FM (107.5) and over the internet at GamecocksOnline.com, beginning at 7 pm. https://southcarolina.rivals.com/news/gamecocks-set-spring-practice-media-availability
  8. AD Ray Tanner on SportsTalk: I think if there are, at least, three SEC teams playing in the New Year's Six Bowl Games, there's a strong possibility we can participate in a bowl game. Who will coach the team on the Gamecocks accepting bowl if if offered? If South Carolina plays in a bowl game, Beamer will not coach in that, which has been the plan all along. It still remains to be seen whether or not the Gamecocks will play in a bowl game. If South Carolina plays in a bowl game, Beamer will not coach in that, which has been the plan all along. It still remains to be seen whether or not the Gamecocks will play in a bowl game. “It kind of starts with how many of our teams are going to be playing up in the New Year’s Six, if you will,” Tanner said. “When I talk about the New Year’s Six, the CFP and New Year’s Day bowls, so if you answer that question, then I would tell you there’s a possibility that we would be playing as well. “You’d probably feel pretty confident about the SEC moving up, what three or four teams?” Tanner added, “That being said, then the likelihood that we would play in a bowl game would be strong.” Between regular season schedules, extra games and conference title matchups, there are still two weekends to go, before all of that can be settled. “We’re certainly not a lock,” Tanner said, “But if we do get those teams up (into the New Year’s Six), then we’ve got a lot of bowl slots that we’re affiliated with in the Southeastern Conference.”
  9. Gamecocks' have new offensive line coach 01/21/2022 Shane Beamer is ready to add Greg Adkins to his staff. Adkins is a graduate of Marshall, has been with the program for the last three seasons. Adkins has experience in the SEC East, working at Georgia (1996-2000) and Tennessee (2003-08). Beamer and offensive coordinator Marcus Satterfield were graduate assistants at Tennessee in 2003. The Gamecocks newest assistant coach also worked at Oklahoma State and in NFL with the Buffalo Bills. The new hire has now has rounded out the new Gamecock FB staff. Adkins’ bio from the Marshall website In 2020, Adkins will enter his third season as Marshall’s offensive line coach. In 2019, he mentored first-team All-Conference USA center Levi Brown and second-teamer Cain Madden. During the 2018 campaign, he mentored first-team All-Conference USA center Levi Brown and captained a unit that protected redshirt freshman quarterback Isaiah Green en route to nine wins and a seventh-consecutive bowl victory. Adkins, a four-year offensive lineman and 1990 Thundering Herd graduate, previously coached at Marshall for five seasons (defensive line, tight ends, offensive line) from 1991-95 and helped guide the program to the 1992 I-AA national championship and three more appearances in the I-AA national title game (1991, ‘93, ‘95). The Cross Lanes native and Nitro High School graduate returns to Huntington from Charlotte, where he was the 49ers’ offensive line coach, run game coordinator and interim offensive coordinator. Prior to that, he coached offensive lines at Oklahoma State (2015-17), Syracuse (2009-12), Tennessee (2003-08), Troy (2001-02) and Georgia (1996-200). He also handled recruiting duties at Syracuse, Tennessee and Troy. At Georgia, he also coached tight ends and the defensive line and mentored Tennessee’s tight ends during his time there as well. Adkins, who has over 25 years of coaching experience and has participated in 12 bowl games, had a stop in the National Football League as well, serving as the Buffalo Bills’ tight ends coach in 2013-14.
  10. I know C-19 will most likely play a part here, but somehow if we get herd immunity. Would be nice to be able to get out there and watch again. I feel Beamer will if possible.
  11. Marcus Satterfield Named Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Coach 1/10/2021 | Football | University of South Carolina head football coach Shane Beamer has named Marcus Satterfield as the Gamecocks' offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach, it was announced today. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  12. Beamer Names Clayton White Defensive Coordinator With Video University of South Carolina head coach Shane Beamer has named Clayton White as the Gamecocks' defensive coordinator, it was announced today.White, 43, is a three-time Frank Broyles Award nominee for the nation's top assistant coach (2017, 2019 and 2020) and an 18-year coaching veteran. He has spent the past four seasons as the defensive coordinator and cornerbacks coach at Western Kentucky University. (READ WITH VIDEO)
  13. Gamecocks' will play Virginia Tech in the 2025 Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game FROM USC SPORTS INFORMATION The South Carolina Gamecocks and the Virginia Tech Hokies are set to meet for the first time in 34 years in the 2025 Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game. The game will be played Sunday, Aug. 31 or Monday, Sept. 1, 2025 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta. The game will be televised by either ABC or ESPN. An exact date and kick time will be finalized at a later date. The 2025 Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game will mark the 21st time that the Gamecocks and Hokies have played, but will be their first meeting since 1991. South Carolina currently leads the all-time series 11-7-2, and has won the last four contests between the two programs, including a 28-21 victory in their last matchup. "The Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game has often become a showcase for the ACC and the SEC to face off in a high-profile contest to start the season," said Bob Somers, Peach Bowl, Inc. chairman. "This matchup looks to continue that tradition and renew an old rivalry between two historic programs." "It's an honor to welcome Virginia Tech back to the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game after 12 years, and we're looking forward to hosting South Carolina for the first time in the game," Peach Bowl, Inc. CEO and President Gary Stokan said. "It should be an intriguing matchup with Shane Beamer coaching against his father's old team. I also fully expect Coach Fuente will have his Hokies ready to play against a formidable SEC opponent." The matchup against Virginia Tech will represent South Carolina's first-ever appearance in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game and the Gamecocks will be the seventh different SEC program to play in the game. In 2025, the matchup will represent the SEC's 20th appearance in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game, with the conference currently boasting a 13-2 record in the game. This will be the 15th ACC vs. SEC matchup in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game's history. "We are excited to open our 2025 season against Virginia Tech in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game," said South Carolina Athletics Director Ray Tanner. "It will give our program an opportunity to play in one of the best early season showcases in college football. I know our fans will enjoy this classic non-conference contest in a first-class stadium as we compete for 'The Old Leather Helmet' trophy." "I appreciate Gary Stokan and Peach Bowl, Inc. for making this awesome opportunity available to us," said South Carolina head coach Shane Beamer. "Any time you open a season in a premier event like the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game against a quality opponent like Virginia Tech, it's exciting for our players, staff and fans and helps in our recruiting efforts. Having been part of this game before, I know it's run in a first-class manner and we're happy to be a part of it." Virginia Tech will be making its third appearance in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game. The Hokies fell to Alabama in their previous two appearances when they opened the 2009 and 2013 seasons in Atlanta. "We're excited to play in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game against South Carolina to open the 2025 season," Virginia Tech Director of Athletics Whit Babcock said. "We look forward to showcasing our program in a front of a national television audience in one of the nation's premier sporting venues, Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta. I'm confident we'll see a strong contingent of our fan base cheering as the Hokies play their inaugural game in that facility and visiting the College Football Hall of Fame that weekend. We feel very confident about the strength of our scheduling going forward, as well as its appeal to Tech fans across the country." "Our team always looks forward to the opportunity to play in 'trophy games' and I'm sure our team relish the chance to compete for 'The Old Leather Helmet' trophy against South Carolina in the 2025 Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game," Virginia Tech head coach Justin Fuente said. "I know our players enjoy playing in NFL venues and I'm sure our fans will also appreciate cheering on the Hokies as we square off with an SEC opponent in Mercedes-Benz Stadium." The teams will battle for The Old Leather Helmet Trophy, one of college football's newest rivalry-style icons. Traditionally, winners of The Old Leather Helmet don the helmet on the field after the game, starting with the head coach and then rotating from player to player as the team celebrates its victory. Each team will receive its own ticket allotment to the game and additional tickets will be sold through the Peach Bowl, Inc. ticket office. Tickets will be available for public sale early in 2025. The Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game averages more than 69,170 fans for each game - higher than 36 bowl games from the 2019-20 Bowl Season - and an additional 78.4 million television viewers since 2008. Total team payouts average $5.2 million - higher than 26 bowl games during the 2019-20 Bowl Season - with more than $67 million in payouts over its history.
  14. Gamecock redshirt freshman defensive end Joseph Anderson 6-foot-3, 275 has entered the NCAA Transfer Portal. He was a four-star recruit in the Class of 2019 out of Murfreesboro, Tenn. (Oakland). Total of sixth member of the Gamecocks' 2020 defense have entered the transfer portal, joining freshman defensive tackle Makius Scott, redshirt freshman safety Shilo Sanders, sophomore safety Jammie Robinson, sophomore cornerback John Dixon and defensive lineman Keir Thomas.
  15. I know - the dust hasn't settled from the Transfer Portal and 1 year of free eligibility but this just might be the year. Yes, we have most of the coaching staff on board and question marks all over the place at WR and several positions on defense. I'm not seeing any teams on our schedule who return without their own set of question marks. I really have no clue what the record would even look like, but I think this is the type of schedule that Beamer hopefully can build upon - I wouldn't put anyone in the "dominant" category and most of the teams will be searching for answers. A Harris/Lloyd backfileld is a good foundation to start upon when you have to find multiple WR's and the QB position is unsettled and got worse with Ryan hitting the portal. Anyhow, let's take a crazy look at 2021. As you can see below 5 wins/4 loss/3 ties. Is it possible to achieve a 6 win season? I see anywhere from 3 wins and maybe with a lot of luck 6 or 7 wins. Thoughts tell me how you think 2021 will play? I left out C-19 praying by then we all can enjoy our football and things can get a little back to normal again. 2021 Opponents Opponent Location Date Type Florida L Home TBA SEC East At home and will most likely be replacing Trask, Pitts, Toney, Grimes Vanderbilt W Home TBA SEC East At home and in a coaching transition Kentucky W Home TBA SEC East At home and looking to find a QB Auburn T Home TBA SEC West rotating At home and in the middle of a coaching change Georgia L Away TBA SEC East Looks to be the most settled in heading into next season Tennessee W Away TBA SEC East A complete mess right now and unsettled at QB Missouri T Away TBA SEC East Probably overachieved but they were up/down Texas A&M L Away TBA SEC West permanent Probably replacing Mond and Spiller Eastern Illinois W Home Sept 4 Nonconference should win with just running it the whole game East Carolina T Away Sep 11 Nonconference They might be a better team than right now. This is going to be a tricky game, but winnable Troy W Home Sep 25 Nonconference should win with just running it the whole game Clemson L Home Nov 27 Nonconference At home and no more Lawrence and Ettien - Yes, DJ looks good.
  16. ... our new Head Football Coach and His Family. Welcome to your latest Christmas in Columbia. And to all Gamecock Fanatics Too. Hope Santa brings you all you need.
  17. Think soon we will hear about it late Wednesday/early Thursday. He did take over as the primary recruiter for their highest rated QB recruit in school history after Lashlee left for Miami. He is expected to sign Wednesday.
  18. Gamecocks AD Ray Tanner does not tip hand on Muschamp buyout negotiations (AUDIO) By Phil Kornblut / December 10, 2020 USC athletics director Ray Tanner has come under public scrutiny this week following a report in The State that surmised the buyout for former football coach Will Muschamp is going to be a lot more expensive than previously thought. Thursday night on SportsTalk, Tanner appeared as a guest sidestepped all questions related to that issue, saying he will talk about the newspaper article sometime in the future. What Tanner did talk about was his hiring of Shane Beamer and why the Oklahoma assistant head coach will be a success with the Gamecocks. LISTEN Gamecocks AD Ray Tanner
  19. Coach Beamer saying all the right things For never being a head coach he has handled himself over the mick very professional. Sounded the more I hear the better I feel he can handle the task ahead. Below are some key notes from Beamers news conference. Beamer said love within a program, gratitude, trust, high energy are characteristics he plans for his program. A program that plays with great joy and passion. Beamer points out he is very detailed oriented, no detail is too small to be addressed in every aspect of the program. Beamer said he doesn't see obstacles in his way at USC, he sees nothing but great expectations. Beamer: Said if Gamecocks are able to go to a bowl, that would be good for him to be able to observe and watch the players, though he wouldn't coach them in a bowl, it would be an extra spring practice, and looks forward to getting after it with Clemson again. Beamer said he's met with every coach on the staff and is going thru that process, some great coaches on the staff, there are some on the staff he envisions being on the staff, going to take his time on that. Beamer: Offensive system has to be flexible enough to adjust to the personnel you have. He's watched the #Gamecocks play a lot on TV this season, so he has a good idea of the players and what they do well. Have to be able to run and pass, be physical, explosive. Beamer tells Gamecock fans and alums he will work tirelessly to get the Gamecocks back to Atlanta, and he will have a program that will make them proud on and off the field. Beamer: Will have a lot of fun building what he wants to be the premier culture in college football. Said the deal was completed late Saturday night after his game with Baylor. Beamer: He's always recruited the South Carolina area and region, so he doesn't feel like a stranger with the high schools in the state. Beamer: Has had opportunity to be a head coach other places but didn't want to leave where he was just to check that box, but USC has everything you need to be a winner.
  20. ESPN update bowl projections after SEC's Week 10 11/30/2020 The 2020 SEC season is nearing it’s conclusion. There are only 3 weeks left of games, which will end on Dec. 19 with the SEC title game (among other rescheduled contests). So, the question is — where will these teams end up playing this postseason? After the Week 10 action, ESPN experts Kyle Bonagura and Mark Schlabach updated their bowl projections. As you can see below, they have Alabama in the Playoff and 13 of the 14 SEC squads playing this postseason: Alabama Bonagura: Sugar Bowl (CFP) vs. Clemson Schlabach: Sugar Bowl (CFP) vs. Notre Dame Arkansas Bonagura: Texas Bowl vs. Texas Schlabach: Outback Bowl vs. Iowa Auburn Bonagura: Citrus Bowl vs. Indiana Schlabach: Citrus Bowl vs. Northwestern Florida Bonagura: Orange Bowl vs. Miami Schlabach: Orange Bowl vs. Miami Georgia Bonagura: Peach Bowl vs. Cincinnati Schlabach: Peach Bowl vs. Cincinnati Kentucky Bonagura: Liberty Bowl vs. West Virginia Schlabach: Music City Bowl vs. Wisconsin LSU Bonagura: Outback Bowl vs. Northwestern Schlabach: Texas Bowl vs. Texas Mississippi State Bonagura: Birmingham Bowl vs. Memphis Schlabach: Birmingham Bowl vs. Memphis Mizzou Bonagura: Las Vegas Bowl vs. Oregon Schlabach: Gator Bowl vs. NC State Ole Miss Bonagura: Gator Bowl vs. NC State Schlabach: Liberty Bowl vs. West Virginia South Carolina Bonagura: Gasparilla Bowl vs. Virginia Schlabach: Gasparilla Bowl vs. Virginia Tech Tennessee Bonagura: Music City Bowl vs. Iowa Schlabach: Las Vegas Bowl vs. Oregon Texas A&M Bonagura: Cotton Bowl vs. Iowa State Schlabach: Cotton Bowl vs. Oklahoma
  21. Decision looming in coaching search? December 5th UPDATE) Scratch Scott Satterfield. Saturday afternoon Cameron Teague of the Louisville Courier-Journal quoted Satterfield as saying he was staying with the Cardinals. His story is behind the paper’s paywall but here is the Tweet from Teague:
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