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  1. Ops Facility has been ‘shot in the arm’ for Gamecocks July 20, 2019 When South Carolina opened the doors to its $50 million football operations facility in January most of the talk was about how it would impact the football program in the future. It’s a difference maker in recruiting and head coach Will Muschamp has stated how it's an investment people can see rather than be told about. Before the future becomes the present, there is the present to talk about too. The current Gamecocks football team, the one preparing for the 2019 season has resided in the Long Family Football Operations Center for eight months now. They used it for winter workouts, spring camp and most recently the summer strength and conditioning program. Now days away from the start to preseason camp, reviews on the building are as expected. (VIEW ARTICLE) FREE 247SPORTS
  2. The rowdiest fans in the SEC? Kentucky receiver Lynn Bowden shares his take July 19, 2019 All fans love to claim their fan base is the rowdies bunch of faithful followers in the country but it’s one thing to judge a crowd when you are in it and another thing to judge it when the crowd is coming at you. Considering every player in the Southeastern Conference that has made a road trip at least once in his playing career has had to deal with road fans, there may not be anyone better to ask about the impact fans have on the game. During the latest SEC Media Days, one Florida player was asked to give his opinion on the rowdiest fans in the SEC. (VIEW ARTICLE) Saturdays down south
  3. Could this be Will Muschamp’s best Gamecocks team? July 19, 2019 Coming into the 2019 season, he thinks he has his best set of ingredients since coming to Columbia. Nearly every player on the South Carolina roster signed on to play for him. And he’s not shy about the quality of the squad he thinks he’s got, led by senior quarterback Jake Bentley. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  4. ESPN has the Gamecocks ranked 18th. Thoughts? ESPN Football Power Index - 2019
  5. South Carolina’s early bowl projections July 18, 2019 Gamecock football is being given the benefit of the doubt this offseason, but only in the oddest way. Athlon, College Football News, Sporting News and Brett McMurphy have all released bowl projections at some point this offseason. The Gamecocks appear in all of them: Athlon — Gator Bowl vs. Wisconsin College Football News — Independence Bowl vs. Syracuse Sporting News — Independence Bowl vs. Wake Forest Stadium — Gator Bowl vs. Nebraska (VIEW ARTICLE)
  6. Saban: Tide had 'lining kicked out of our britches' in 2010 Columbia trip July 17, 2019 HOOVER, ALA.—It’s been almost nine years, but Nick Saban still remembers his last game at Williams-Brice. The Alabama coach with eight SEC championships and six national titles remembers taking his Crimson Tide team into Columbia riding a 19-game win streak and left on a losing streak after the Gamecocks upended his Tide 35-21.(VIEW ARTICLE) FREE GAMECOCKCENTRAL
  7. Is it possible that they might not win an SEC game this year? Should South Carolina & Mizzu be a toss up game? Kelly Bryant isn’t half the QB Drew Lock was AND they lost their phenomenal WR Emanuel Hall. Drew Locke carried that team last year and Clemson carried Kelly Bryant, he still struggled with throwing to NFL players. When an 18 year old boy runs a Jr QB off the roster. That tells you that KB is a below average QB. Clemson fans will even tell you this! He would be 3rd string on our team. Their best recruiting class was #37 in the past 4 years and lost some legendary coaches. We manhandled them last year with a backup QB and no defense. We’re improved across the board and they’ve regressed substantially. Im sure we’ll find a way to make it a game as the Gamecocks always do but. We should beat them in all facets of the game. Quit with the nonsense
  8. JUNE 27, 2019 | by CHRIS | THESPURSUPSHOW Chris has a great website along with his informative and enjoyable podcast so make sure to visit!!! 2019 Opponent Preview: Should South Carolina Be On “Upset Alert” When The Mountaineers Come To Town? OPPONENT: Appalachian State Mountaineers WHEN: Saturday, November 9th WHERE: Williams-Brice Stadium (Columbia, SC) ALL-TIME SERIES RECORD: South Carolina leads 8-1 LAST MEETING: The Gamecocks beat App State 35-9 in 1988 2018 RECORD: 11-2 (7-1) Head Coach… Eli Drinkwitz Mountaineer football will be under new leadership in 2019 as former NC State assistant Eli Drinkwitz takes over in Boone. Drinkwitz replaces former HC Scott Satterfield, who bolted for the Louisville job this off-season. Most well known for his offensive knowledge, Drinkwitz looks to make the most of his first head coaching opportunity, taking over an App State program which won 11 games a season ago. Returning Starters… OFFENSE (9) WR Corey Sutton (Jr.) Thomas Hennigan (Jr.) LT Victor Johnson (Sr.) LG Ryan Neuzil (Jr.) C Noah Hannon (Jr.) RG Baer Hunter (Jr.) TE Collin Reed (Sr.) QB Zac Thomas (Jr.) RB Darrynton Evans (Jr.) DEFENSE (6) DE Elijah Diarrassouba (Jr.) OLB Akeem Davis-Gaither (Sr.) LB Jordan Fehr (Sr.) OLB Noel Cook (Sr.) S Desmond Franklin (Sr.) How did they fare in 2018? S Josh Thomas (Sr.) App State was extremely impressive as season ago, going 11-2 capped off by a blowout win over Middle Tennessee State in the New Orleans Bowl. In typical Mountaineers fashion, ASU took Penn State to the wire in week one, going to OT before falling 45-38 in Happy Valley. The only other loss for App came in an upset loss to its bitter rivalry, Georgia Southern, as the Eagles dominated by a final score of 34-14. Still, it was an extremely productive year for a few Mountaineers individuals as well. Seven Mountaineers were named All-Sun Belt, including QB Zac Thomas, who was also named Offensive POTY after throwing for over 2,000 yards and 21 TDs. Best Returning Player… QB Zac Thomas Simply put, Zac Thomas is a baller. As mentioned in the video above, Thomas got his first start since 2015 when he was in high school a year ago, nearly leading ASU to a monumental upset over Penn State in Happy Valley. That game turned out to be a precursor of what was to come, as Thomas completed 62% of his passes while throwing for over 2,000 yards and 21 TDs in the process. He’ll look to have an even better year in 2019, as most of his major weapons return, including standout wide receiver Corey Sutton and running back Darrynton Evans. Overall Outlook… Should South Carolina really be on “upset alert” against App State come early November? This game has been talked about a lot as one the Gamecocks should be careful of, citing ASU’s track record against Power 5 teams as well as their recent success in the Sun Belt. We mentioned the plethora of offensive talent new HC Eli Drinkwitz will have to work with this fall earlier. But what about the defense? App returns six starters from a defense that ranked with nationally in total defense last season and just forth nationally in points allowed per game. The Mountaineers look to be the class of the Sun Belt and should challenge once again for the conference title. Still, the question remains: could App State really come into Columbia and shock South Carolina on their home turf? One thing is for certain: the Mountaineers have the Gamecocks attention. 2019 SEASON PROJECTION: 10-2 (7-1)
  9. JULY 2, 2019 by CHRIS THESPURSUPSHOW 2019 Opponent Preview: Carolina Travels To College Station Looking For First Ever Win Over Texas A&M OPPONENT: Texas A&M Aggies WHEN: Saturday, November 16th WHERE: Kyle Field (College Station, TX) ALL-TIME SERIES RECORD: Texas A&M leads 5-0 LAST MEETING: The Aggies beat South Carolina 26-23 in Columbia, SC 2018 RECORD: 9-4 (5-3) Head Coach… Jimbo Fisher Fisher enters his second year in College Station looking to take the Aggies to the next step in the loaded SEC West. Heralded as one of the best head coaches in the entire country, expectations are sky high for Fisher and his team this upcoming fall. Year one was a success for Jimbo, winning nine games, including a 52-13 shellacking of NC State in the Gator Bowl. Returning Starters… OFFENSE (7) WR Quartney Davis (Jr.) WR Jhamon Ausbon (Jr.) LT Dan Moore Jr. (Jr.) LG Jared Hocker (Jr.) C Ryan McCollum (Jr.) RT Carson Green (Jr.) QB Kellen Mond (Jr.) DEFENSE (4) DT Justin Madubuike (Jr.) CB Charles Oliver (Sr.) CB Debione Renfro (Jr.) S Derrick Tucker (Jr.) How did they fare in 2018? The Aggies had a good year under first year HC Jimbo Fisher, winning nine games including the Gator Bowl over NC State. A&M just missed out on a massive upset against Clemson, falling 28-26 to the Tigers on a controversial touchback call late in the game. After a disappointing loss to Bama in mid September, A&M reeled off three straight games, including the win over the Gamecocks in Columbia. Texas A&M would drop their next two in a row however, suffering back to back losses to both Mississippi State and Auburn on the road. They rebounded nicely, winning their last three regular season games, including a thrilling 74-72 win over LSU that took seven overtimes. Best Returning Player… QB Kellen Mond Kellen Mond is one of the guys who honestly scares me the most on the 2019 schedule. Mond is a true “dual threat” type QB, as he threw for over 3,100 yards and rushed for another 474 yards in 2019. He also showed the ability to play well in the big moment, passing for over 400 yards in a near upset over the Clemson Tigers. 2019 should prove to be a big year for Mond, who has continued to improve since he stepped foot on campus. Overall Outlook… Similar to South Carolina, the off-season conversation for the Aggies has centered around one thing: the schedule. A&M plays Clemson, Georgia and Alabama this fall, giving them one of the toughest slates to navigate in the entire country. Despite that, expectations are through the roof for the Aggies in 2019, as fans await Jimbo Fisher and his team to take the “next step” in a SEC West that has been owned by Alabama. TAMU does have a bye before its massive showdown in Tuscaloosa, a game that could prove as a stumbling block for the Crimson Tide. The season for the Aggies will be defined by the closing stretch of the season: vs. South Carolina, @ Georgia, @ LSU. Coming out of that stretch 2-1 or better should show the signs of progress A&M fans are hoping to see in year two of the Jimbo Fisher era. 2019 SEASON PROJECTION: 9-3 (6-2)
  10. Quarterback Darius Douglas Gamecock transfer heading to Charleston Southern July 01, 2019 Quarterback Darius Douglas turned down small school attention to come to the University of South Carolina and fight for a scholarship on the SEC level. After two seasons as a Gamecock, he entered the transfer portal. Now he’s going to continue his career closer to home, but he’ll still have a chance to play in Williams-Brice Stadium this year. The Berkeley High School product tweeted he’s headed to , which will come to Columbia on Sept. 7. Since he’s going from FBS to FCS, he will not have to sit out a year.
  11. The challenge of South Carolina’s 2019 football schedule has already been covered to death. But with three top-3 teams and two more who should be top-15 at worst, the year could likely end with the Gamecocks battling for a bowl spot. And at least in that pursuit, the latest win total projections from FanDuel have USC coming out ahead. FanDuel has South Carolina’s over/under for wins at six for the regular season. That puts them in a tie for 10th place in the SEC. ▪ Clemson: 11.5 ▪ Alabama: 11 ▪ Georgia: 11 ▪ Florida: 9 ▪ Appalachian State: 9 ▪ Texas A&M: 7.5 ▪ Missouri: 6.5 ▪ Tennessee: 6.5 ▪ Kentucky: 6 ▪ Vanderbilt: 5 ▪ North Carolina: 4.5
  12. JUNE 25, 2019 by CHRIS, | THESPURSUPSHOW 2019 Opponent Preview: Will The Gamecocks Make It Eleven Straight Wins Over Vanderbilt? OPPONENT: Vanderbilt Commodores WHEN: Saturday, November 2nd WHERE: Williams-Brice Stadium (Columbia, SC) ALL-TIME SERIES RECORD: South Carolina leads 24-4 LAST MEETING: Carolina beat Vandy 37-14 in Nashville, TN 2018 RECORD: 6-7 (3-5) Head Coach… Derek Mason Mason returns for his sixth year in Nashville, amassing a 24-38 overall record in that time span. His greatest achievement arguably has been leading the Dores to three straight wins over arch-rival Tennessee, something that hadn’t been done since the 1920’s. 2019 should serve as a big year for Mason, as he continues to fend off naysayers who say Vanderbilt should move in a different direction in regards to its head coach. Still, for Vanderbilt, his success is unprecedented, taking the Dores to a bowl game in two of the last three seasons. Returning Starters… OFFENSE (7) WR Kalijia Lipscomb (Sr.) WR C.J. Bolar (So.) WR Chris Pierce (Jr.) LT Devin Cochran (Jr.) LG Cole Clemens (Jr.) TE Jared Pinkney (Sr.) RB Ke’Shawn Vaughn (Sr.) DEFENSE (4) DL Dayo Deyingbo (Jr.) DL Drew Birchmeier (Jr.) ILB Dimitri Moore (So.) S Frank Coppet (Jr.) How did they fare in 2018? Overall, it was a successful year in Nashville a year ago, as the Dores finished the regular season at .500 and a trip to the Texas Bowl against Baylor. However, Vandy didn’t record a win over a Power Five opponent until October 27th, a 45-31 win over Arkansas. The Dores did close out the season with back to back regular season wins, beating Ole Miss 36-29 in OT and taking down Tennessee 38-13. The season came to a bitter end as Baylor edged out Vandy 45-38 in the Texas Bowl. Best Returning Player… RB Ke’Shawn Vaughn With the departure of all-time passing leader Kyle Shurmur, the majority of the offensive production should fall squarely on the shoulders of Vaughn. He was electric in 2018, rushing for 1,244 yards and 12 TD for the Dores. His explosiveness really jumps off the screen, as he averaged 7.9 YPC and showed a burst at the second level. A home run threat every time he touches the ball, Vaughn leads a group of Vanderbilt skill position players that are some of the best to come through Nashville in quite some time. The key to beating Vandy will be simple: find a way to slow down Ke’Shawn Vaughn. Much easier said than done. Overall Outlook… Crazy to think it has been ten straight years, huh? While the Gamecocks have had struggles here and there against different teams throughout the SEC, Carolina has simply had Vandy’s number since the start. South Carolina has dominated the Dores throughout the series, winning 24 of the 28 match-ups, including 10 in a row. This serves as an important year for Vanderbilt HC Derek Mason, as he looks to continue to build up the Dores program into a middle tier SEC team. Offensively, the Dores will have to replace QB Kyle Shurmur, who finished his career with 8,865 passing yards and 64 TD. The skill positions look to be as good as any in the SEC, however, led by RB Ke’Shawn Vaugh, WR Kalijia Lipscomb and TE Jared Pinkney. Defense is where things get really interesting for the Dores. Derek Mason was most well known for his stout defenses at Stanford before taking over as head man in Nashville. That side of the ball really hasn’t panned out, as VU ranked 13th in the SEC and 99th nationally in total defense a year ago. Vanderbilt was picked by many a year ago to shock USC in Nashville, including all of ESPN’s “College Gameday” crew. The Gamecocks made those words look foolish, as they cruised to a dominating 37-14 win over Vandy in a game that was never close. Expect more of the same in Columbia as South Carolina makes it 11 straight wins in the series. 2019 SEASON PROJECTION: 4-8 (1-7)
  13. Look who has the #20 rated class right now... Kansas! Will Les Miles be able to make Kansas a winner? or even competitive? I think he will make them competitive. He's a good recruiter, so he will get some players.Regardless, if that class ranking holds it will be the most impressive recruiting stat of the year.
  14. South Carolina has not lost to a team from North Carolina this century. In the early 2000's it did not mean much, but now that we are nearing 20 years, it begins to have some significance.
  15. POSTED ON JUNE 13, 2019 by CHRIS SPURSUPSHOW.COM 2019 Opponent Preview: South Carolina Travels To Athens Looking For Revenge Against The Dawgs OPPONENT: Georgia WHEN: Saturday, October 12th WHERE: Sanford Stadium (Athens, GA) ALL-TIME SERIES RECORD: Georgia leads 51-18-2 LAST MEETING: UGA beat South Carolina 41-17 in Columbia, SC 2018 RECORD: 11-3 (7-1) Head Coach… Kirby Smart Smart enters his fourth year at Georgia with a 32-10 record overall. The Bulldogs have been one of college football’s premier programs under his watch. One of many coaches who has come from the Nick Saban coaching tree, Smart looks to lead UGA to its first National Title since 1980. A relentless recruiter and an intense game-day coach, there’s no denying that Smart is one of the premier head coaches in college football. Returning Starters… OFFENSE (6) LT Andrew Thomas (Jr.) LT Cade Mays (So.) LG Solomon Kindley (Jr.) RT Isiah Wilson (So.) QB Jake Fromm (Jr.) RB D’Andre Swift (Jr.) DEFENSE (7) DT Tyler Clark (Sr.) DT Julian Rochester (Sr.) OLB Walter Grant (Jr.) CB Tyson Campbell (So.) CB Typique McGhee (Sr.) FS Richard LeCounte (Jr.) SS J.R. Reed (Sr.) How did they fare in 2018? Georgia’s hopes of a playoff berth were dashed in last years SEC Title game, losing to Alabama in a thriller. The Dawgs were dominant otherwise, losing just one regular season game to LSU. UGA’s season did end on a sour note however, as the Dawgs were beaten by Tom Herman’s Texas Longhorns in the Sugar Bowl. Best Returning Player… RB D’Andre Swift UGA seems to be a running back factory and that is no different with Swift. One of the most dynamic players in all of college football, Swift’s running style can be summarized in one word: explosive. While QB Jake Fromm will be under the microscope looking to take the next step, it’s Swift who really makes this Georgia offense go. Swift ran for over 1,000 yards and 10 TD in 2018, all while splitting carries with now NFL bound Elijah Holyfield. Look for Swift to have a monster year as he gets the bulk of the carries for the Bulldogs. Overall Outlook… There is no secret what the expectations are in Athens: win the whole damn thing. Georgia enters the season with dreams of a CFP berth and bring home the hardware to Athens for the first time since 1980. The schedule sets up fairly well for Georgia, with most of its toughest games coming at home. Last year’s match-up with USC was one that was hyped up all summer long. Simply put, it didn’t live up to expectations. The Gamecocks were throttled and left asking themselves questions about the state of the program. South Carolina will travel to Sanford Stadium looking to do something it hasn’t done there since 2011: beat the Dawgs. Similar to the week three match-up against Alabama, the Gamecocks will be massive underdogs in this one. However, an upset in Athens could be the monumental win that Will Muschamp and this program needs. 2019 SEASON PROJECTION: 11-1 (7-1)
  16. Past Top five most exciting college players in 80s and forward The criteria are college performance even if they flopped in the NFL or you just didn’t like them, Top 5 guys, that had you on the Edge of your seat when they touched the ball. For those yes Big George is on my list. Why he simply was fun exciting to watch and run so smooth down the field on his TD runs. When you sat at WB you always were waiting for Big George to break one for either a TD or large gain. 1. RB Barry Sanders 2. RB Herschel Walker 3. DB Deion Sanders 4. RB George Rogers 5. RB Bo Jackson Honorable mention: Randy Moss, Tim Tebow, Tyrann Matthieu, Marshall Faulk OK folks, what you say? What is your list look like?
  17. Putting slow start in the past, he’s now a tough guy in Gamecocks running back room June 09, 2019| THE STATE College football is full of stories like Mon Denson’s through the first few years of his career. They usually don’t go the way his seems to be heading. His first two years on campus, he didn’t see the field because of injury. Once he redshirted, but as a second-year freshman, he didn’t even play special teams. The team added a back from his recruiting class (Ty’Son Williams), from near Columbia, who some felt should’ve landed the spot he ended up taking. (Read Full Article)
  18. The Gamecocks transfer tweeted Sunday he’s joining the Mocs, around six weeks removed from entering the transfer portal. Transferring to the FCS, he will not have to sit out a year.
  19. 2019 Opponent Preview: Tar Heels Look For Resurgence Under New Head Coach Mack Brown May 29, 2019, | thespursupshow.com OPPONENT: North Carolina Tar Heels WHEN: Saturday, August 31st WHERE: Bank of America Stadium (Charlotte, NC) ALL-TIME SERIES RECORD: UNC leads 34-19-4 LAST MEETING: September 3, 2015 – South Carolina pulled away thanks to a late Shon Carson TD run to secure the win in Charlotte. 2017 RECORD: 2-9 (1-7) Head Coach… Mack Brown returns to Chapel Hill, a place he spent his coaching days from 1988 to 1997. Brown led the Heels to three 10 win seasons, six consecutive bowl games and two AP Top-10 finishes. The hire has raises eyebrows across the landscape of college football, as Brown looks to bring the UNC program back to prominence. How did they fare in 2018? North Carolina limped to a 2-9 overall finish a season ago, forcing out former head coach Larry Fedora. The Heels struggled offensively, scoring less than 28 PPG and had trouble finding any sort of consistency at the QB position. The defense wasn’t much better, as UNC allowed teams to rush for over 218 yards per game, one of the worst marks in the ACC. Fedora was fired shortly after the conclusion of last season. Best Returning Player… As a freshman, Carter burst onto the scene for the Heels. Carter ran for 597 yards as a true freshman, all while splitting carries in a crowded backfield. What’s more impressive is his home run ability, as he averaged 7.1 YPC. Look for Carter to become a focal point of the UNC offense, especially as a new QB is groomed in Chapel Hill. Overall Outlook… Just two years removed from an ACC Title game appearance, North Carolina mustered just one conference win and was arguably one of the worst teams in college football. UNC made one of the most intriguing and head scratching hires of the off-season, bringing back head coach Mack Brown to Chapel Hill. Brown had great success at North Carolina before jumping to Texas, where he won a national title with the Longhorns. Don’t expect the honeymoon to be smooth in the beginning, however. Brown inherits a depleted roster with question marks seemingly all over the field. There’s a new spark in Chapel Hill, but expect the Heels to struggle for most of the 2019 season. 2019 SEASON PROJECTION: 3-9 (1-7)
  20. Down another defensive back, a familiar concern looms for South Carolina May 28, 2019 That South Carolina safety Jonathan Gipson left the team as a transfer last week didn’t exactly surprise. He was a true freshman, but in a season in which the Gamecocks secondary was cut to pieces by injuries, he couldn’t even get snaps ahead of two walk-ons in a season-ending blowout of Akron and it took a few more injuries to get him time in the Belk Bowl. That type of player doesn’t always leave, but it often happens. (READ MORE)
  21. North Carolina State Wolf pack in 1965. Gamecock win 13-7. Went 5-5 for the season, a win over the Tatars 17-16!! So, when was the first game you saw at W-B?
  22. One understated position battle to watch for South Carolina football May 22, 2019 It pits a former starter and upperclassman against a former blue chip recruit in his second year at South Carolina and perhaps even a freshman fresh on campus. This isn’t the highest profile position battle for the Gamecocks football team, but shoring up the bigger end spot could go a long way to fixing USC’s defensive issues up front. The top two contenders are Aaron Sterling and Kingsley Enagbare, both former in-demand recruits. “Both of those guys did a lot of good things for us,” defensive line coach John Scott Jr. said. “I think both of those guys will have an opportunity to really help this football team. I think both those guys are really good football players too.” Coming out of spring, there wasn’t much clarity as to who might’ve had the edge. Sterling took the first-team reps in the spring game, but Enagbare possesses a good bit of talent. (READ MORE)
  23. No, Muschamp is not on the hot seat. But he needs to do this to give fans hope May 16, 2019, THE STATE Will Muschamp needs a moment. South Carolina’s head football coach is not on the hot seat and will not be on the hot seat at any time during the 2019 season, no matter what kind of comments come up during what Steve Spurrier so aptly called “taking season.” (READ MORE)
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