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  1. Weekly call-in show trio out for Texas A&M Nov. 14, 2019 Coach Will Muschamp announced three of his players will miss Saturday's game at Texas A&M. Tavien Feaster, OrTre Smith and A.J. Turner None of the three will play he said on his weekly call-in show. Muschamp also said Bryan Edwards and Shi Smith will be able to play. He added that running back Mon Denson should be ready to go after a shoulder stinger kept him out of last week’s game against Appalachian State.
  2. Today's SEC weekly media teleconference note latest on injuries Nov. 13, 2019 Muschamp updated the status on injured players on Wednesday afternoon during the SEC weekly media teleconference. On Tuesday, Muschamp said Tavien Feaster (groin), OrTre Smith (knee) and A.J. Turner (hamstring) were “questionable to doubtful.” All of the offensive skill players were downgraded the next day. “I would say that all three are doubtful,” Muschamp said, during the . “Everybody else is good to go.” WR Bryan Edwards and Shi Smith offensive linemen Hank Manos and Jaylen Nichols, are also expected to be available to play against Texas A&M. All expected to be available to play against Texas A&M
  3. Trio of injured Gamecocks are questionable and doubtful for A&M Nov. 12, 2019 Coach Will Muschamp started to sound less sure about a trio of injured players going into Texas A&M. He said Sunday that Tavien Feaster, AJ Turner and wide receiver OrTre Smith were questionable. On Tuesday, he said the trio is between questionable and doubtful. All of them did practice on Tuesday Feaster he’s been dealing with a groin issue. Turner is a former starting running back and a special teams ace, and a hamstring issue has slowed him. Smith is dealing with the fallout from a knee surgery and he was a started for USC as a true freshman in 2017. Muschamp reiterated receivers Shi Smith and Bryan Edwards should be good to go.
  4. Will the Gamecocks make offensive coaching changes? Muschamp says no!! Nov. 11, 2019, GCF Staff Report Yes this is only year two of the Bryan McClendon era for the Gamecock offense to say it lightly, hasn’t gone well so far. The question calls out, Will there be change? Muschamp says No but fans want a change. Here is a look at the latest ranking of an McClendon lead offense. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  5. Last ditch effort Nov. 11, 2019 If the South Carolina Gamecocks are able to salvage a largely forgettable 2019 season, it will have to start next Saturday night with a win over a program they’ve never beaten. Since Texas A&M joined the SEC in 2014, the Aggies have beaten the Gamecocks in all five annual meetings. The first one signaled the beginning of the end of the Steve Spurrier era, a 52-28 thrashing that, so far, has been the most one-sided matchup between the East-West crossover opponents. Under Will Muschamp, South Carolina’s played Texas A&M relatively competitively. The Gamecocks lost by 11 in 2016, a touchdown a year later and a field goal last season. (VIEW ARTICLE) FREE 247SPORTS GOOD READ BY HALE MCGRANAHAN
  6. The numbers game Gamecocks lost to injury this year? Nov. 06, 2019 Carolina will head into the Appalachian State game this weekend with question marks around top rusher Tavien Feaster and his injured groin. But the good news here is that the Gamecocks are getting six players back after they missed the Vanderbilt game or more For the second consecutive season, it has been that kind of year on the injury front. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  7. Muschamp updates the status of injured running back Tavien Feaster Nov. 06, 2019 Running back Tavien Feaster practiced on Wednesday. Gamecocks coach Will Muschamp said Feaster was limited physically and remained questionable. He will not require surgery. “A little gimpy,” Muschamp said. “I’d say he’s questionable for Saturday.”
  8. Latest on the injury front: Tavien Feaster to miss game with App. State, Shi Smith questionable Nov. 05, 2019 Gamecocks will be without its top rusher this week against Appalachian State. Gamecocks coach Will Muschamp announced Thursday on his weekly call-in show running back Tavien Feaster didn’t practice Thursday. The tailback has been dealing with a groin issue all week and missed practice on Tuesday as well. “Feaster will be out for this game,” Muschamp said. “I think we have a shot to get him back next week.” Muschamp also said wide receiver Shi Smith is questionable after a hamstring sidelined him last week. Smith is second on the team in catches and receiving yards. “We’re going to see what he can do (Firday),” Muschamp said. “But he is questionable at this time.“ The Gamecocks will get tailback Rico Dowdle back this week after missing nearly three full games with a knee injury. The Gamecocks have Mon Denson, Kevin Harris and Deshaun Fenwick as reserves. Muschamp said Dowdle took every snap in practice, as did Dylan Wonnum, who missed the past five games with an ankle injury. Damani Staley will also be back. Offensive tackle Jaylen Nichols (ankle) will likely be out another week. If Smith can’t go, the team will be operating with a skeleton crew at wide receiver. The team lost No. 3 Josh Vann last week and has yet to find a consistent third receiver. That’s along with tight end Nick Muse, basically a co-starter, who was lost for the year with a torn ACL.
  9. Appalachian State’s coach talks Gamecocks Nov. 05, 2019, | Transcript Eliah Drinkwitz Football coach Head Coach Eliah Drinkwitz Born: April 12, 1983 (age 36 years), Norman, OK Education: Arkansas Tech University Conference: Sun Belt Conference Team: Appalachian State Mountaineers football Title: Head coach Record: 7–0 “A tremendous SEC opponent who’s got multiple blue-chip recruits, great scheme, great coaches, beat the No. (3) team at the time, Georgia. ... A great opponent to work toward.” “Every team is so much different than the first game they played in the year. For South Carolina, they lost quarterback, their starting quarterback got injured the last play of the game. Now they’re playing a true freshman, Ryan Hilinski, who is an outstanding player and one of the top quarterbacks in the country coming out of high school last year. And so they’ve kind of meshed their identity. They play two quarterbacks. The also play a young man named Dakereon Joyner. They’ve now become a different style of offense. They’ve got a tremendous wide receiver in Bryan Edwards. He’s an NFL player for sure, probably a first or second, third-round pick. They feature their running backs. Rico Dowdle, who is a North Carolina kid, is planning to be back. Tavien Feaster is a guy who transferred from Clemson. So they’re got a tremendous staple of backs. Point being, they have now created a new identity offensively than they had that first week. They are a different team in terms of offense. Defensively, they played really well except for the last two drives of the game vs. North Carolina. I think it was a 24-21 ballgame. I don’t know if there is a lot you can take away.” “I know Coach Muschamp has challenged them to be more effective in the passing game the past two weeks. But they are still a team that is built on running the football. Specifically, they’ve got a really good offensive line that is big and physical. They like what we call it a G scheme where they are pulling two offensive linemen, let the tight end down block and they do a nice job of creating an extra gap. So you have to overflow there. Then they have RPOs off of it. Ryan’s got a really quick release, sees the field. If you leave Bryan Edwards one-on-one, just ask Vanderbilt, you’re going to give up 140 yards and a touchdown, no problem. That’s what happens. You have to pick your poison. If you give corner or safety help to Bryan, then you’ve given them a gap in the run game with their pull schemes. If you take away the extra gap with the pull scheme, then you’re leaving him one-on-one. They do a nice job of putting you players in conflict, you defensive scheme in conflict. We have to destroy blocks, run to the football. We’ve got to be physical at the line of scrimmage and we’ve got to make tackles. We can’t let a missed tackle turn into a 60-yard gain, which is what happened to us in the past. Which has happened several times on our explosive runs. We have guys that are there and designed to fit and we’ve missed tackles.” “That’s the DNA of a Will Muschamp coached defense. They’re going to have a tremendous front four. All four of them are returning starters from last year. They have two linebackers back. One of their starting corners is back, Jaycee Horn. So they have a lot of experience within the scheme. They are going to deny the ball playing man-to-man coverage. The’re going to try to out number you in the box. It’s going to be a physical game. I believe Javon Kinlaw is one of the best defensive linemen in the SEC, which means he is one of the best defensive linemen in the country. He’ll be a first-round draft pick; there’s no doubt. He was a wrecking ball in that Georgia game and has been a very significant factor in their defensive scheme. So he’s a guy we have to contend with. The thing is they have four returning starters up front. All of them make plays, penetrate and cause havoc. We definitely have our hands full and have got to do a great job of handling the defensive line and controlling the line of scrimmage.” “I think their defensive front was extremely havoc-making, caused a lot of negative-yardage plays. They had two turnovers, one for seven points. ... Ten of the points came off turnovers, so the ability to turn the ball over and the ability to score with those turnovers. The quarterback got knocked out and they played Dakereon as the primary quarterback who, he did a nice job in the second half, an outstanding job of coming in and running the offense, running the football, throwing the football, doing what he needed to do, controlling the clock. I think the biggest thing when you watch that game is the defensive line, the way they were able to handle Georgia’s offensive line and then their corner making the two interceptions.”
  10. Gamecocks not done yet still in reach to be bowl eligible Nov. 04, 2019, | GCF Staff Report On Vanderbilt’s first drive of the night in Williams-Brice Stadium, it did for the briefest of moments like the Gamecocks worst fears might be coming true. After the Gamecocks coming off a deflating loss to Tennessee on the road, facing a Vanderbilt team they had beaten 10 times in a row, the Gamecocks looked sloppy, sluggish and out of sorts in the early going, while the Commodores seized an early lead. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  11. Glancing back at the defensive line defections under Muschamp Nov. 01, 2019 Another defensive lineman who signed with South Carolina has moved on from the program without playing a single snap for the Gamecocks. Jaquaze Sorrells, a 2019 signee, announced on Friday that he was committed to TCU. He’s the latest in a growing list of defensive linemen who never panned out for the Gamecocks. However, this situation is a little unique, compared to some of the others. (VIEW ARTICLE) FREE- 247SPORTS
  12. https://www.saturdaydownsouth.com/ take on the Gamecocks season South Carolina: The most unpredictable team in the SEC is coached by Will Muschamp. Well, either South Carolina or Mizzou owns that title. I’ll make the case for South Carolina. Coming off consecutive 4th-quarter leads against top 10 teams, the Gamecocks had an ideal start against Tennessee with a long touchdown to Shi Smith on the first play from scrimmage. And then … the wheels came off. Completely. The fact that Muschamp’s team surrendered a 24-0 run against a Vols team that was decimated at quarterback is, um, troubling. I can’t seem to figure out this team, which seems to have an extremely talented defensive line that can push around Georgia, yet it can’t slow anything down in the 2nd half against Tennessee. I give up trying to figure out South Carolina.
  13. Gamecocks report card vs. Volunteers Oct. 27, 2019 OFFENSE: The Gamecocks 2nd half fold continued Saturday with Tennessee Volunteers, again they blew a halftime lead in a 41-21 loss. After that performance, it’s time to grade the Gamecocks. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  14. Injury update on two Gamecocks starters who didn’t finish game Oct. 26, 2019 The Gamecocks team finished its 41-21 loss to Tennessee without a pair of starters. But the good news coach Will Muschamp said neither injury was that serious. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  15. Gamecocks football legacy DB Fabian Goodman to walk-on at South Carolina Oct. 26, 2019 Fabian Goodman has made up his college decision and stay close to home. The Hammond defensive back announced Saturday that he will walk-on at South Carolina. Fabain’s father, Andre, had a hall of fame career with Gamecocks before playing in the NFL. “It means a lot to me to follow in my fathers footsteps and play for the same school he did,” Fabian Goodman said. “ South Carolina has a family environment and they put me in the best position to succeed in the future.”
  16. Gamecocks Head to Rocky Top for Saturday Showdown Carolina - Tennessee Set for 4 pm Kick Saturday, Oct. 26 QUICKLY: The South Carolina Gamecocks (3-4, 2-3 SEC) are back on the road this week as they travel to Knoxville for an Oct. 26 date with the Tennessee Volunteers (2-5, 1-3 SEC). Game time is set for 4 pm ET at Neyland Stadium (102,455). SEC Network will televise the game with Taylor Zarzour and Matt Stinchcomb in the booth and Alyssa Lang working the sidelines. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  17. USC-Vols matchup: Yes, both coaches are heated about officials Oct. 22, 2019 The Gamecocks (3-4, 2-3 SEC) and Volunteers (2-5, 1-3) meet at 4 p.m. this Saturday in Knoxville. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  18. Even Hall of Famer Chipper Jones is in Gamecocks’ corner on missed calls vs Florida Oct. 21, 2019 Atlanta Braves great and Major League Baseball Hall of Famer Chipper Jones is a Florida guy. But on the topic of some calls in the Gators’ game at South Carolina this weekend, he’s on the Gamecocks’ side. USC coach Will Muschamp said, “We all saw what happened,” on Sunday, and Jones said he did. (VIEW ARTICLE) THE STATE
  19. Gamecocks talk a big hit in the backfield with the loss of RB Rico Dowdle Oct. 19, 2019 RB Rico Dowdle fought through traffic on that play, ducking underneath a tackle for an eight-yard gain. He immediately went to the sideline, however, limping and clutching his knee. He was taken to the injury tent on the sideline and emerged with an ice pack on his knee before returning to the locker room. He eventually returned to the sideline before halftime, wearing a brace and not carrying his helmet. Dowdle had 449 rushing yards on the season on 77 attempts with four touchdowns, all team-leading totals. He has dealt with numerous injuries throughout his career and suffered an injury scare late against Kentucky, but his teammates and coaches felt he was having a career year this season, spurred by competition from Clemson transfer Tavien Feaster. Without Dowdle, the Gamecocks got a one-yard rushing touchdown from senior Mon Denson in the first quarter and a 21-yard score from Feaster in the third. The Gamecocks led 20-17 after three quarters but eventually lost 38-27. After the game, coach Will Muschamp said he was unsure of the severity of Dowdle’s injury and said he would undergo an MRI on Saturday night.
  20. Gamecocks gets some love in major polls but Georgia tumbles at the same time Oct. 13, 2019 Gamecock 20-17 double overtime win over No. 3 Georgia turned heads Saturday. So much that on Sunday, those heads turned into votes in the coaches and Associated Press polls ranking the top 25 teams in the country — the Gamecocks earned three points in the coaches poll and four points in the AP poll. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  21. Gamecock kickoff time vs. Florida is on hold Oct. 07, 2019 CBS has used one of its six-day hold exemptions this week, meaning the network will have until Sunday, after this week’s games have taken place, to decide which game on Oct. 19 it will broadcast in its coveted 3:30 p.m. slot. The options for South Carolina-Florida are the 3:30 time on CBS, a noon kickoff on ESPN or a 6 p.m. start on ESPN. The other games being considered and placed on hold are LSU-Mississippi State and Kentucky-Georgia.
  22. Gamecocks still tinkering after bye week Oct. 09, 2019 Muschamp said. “We’ve evaluated some things we need to improve on and I think we made some progress. With that said, you’re always tinkering in terms of doing things differently than you did in the first five ball games.” (VIEW ARTICLE)
  23. Gamecocks vs No. 3 Georgia opening up as 25.5 point dogs Oct. 06, 2019 And the Gamecocks will start out being picked to be 25.5 point dogs. Since 2015, the largest line in the series since 2015 was UGA by 23 1/2 in 2017. In the past few years, the Gamecocks have been a 26-point ‘dog against Clemson and 26 1/2 against Alabama. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  24. Glance at Gamecock next opponent: the Georgia Bulldogs Oct. 07, 2019 THE GAME 1. Can the Gamecocks’ secondary crack Jake Fromm? Georgia’s junior quarterback has completed 77.5% of his passes this season, throwing eight touchdowns and no interceptions. The common criticism he faces is that he’s more game manager than playmaker, but the numbers are still impressive, and South Carolina’s defensive backs have already been torched once this season by Tua Tagovailoa. Fromm might not be on Tagovailoa’s level, but the sophomore cornerback duo of Israel Mukuamu and Jaycee Horn entered this season with a lot of hype and haven’t quite matched it yet. Exposing Fromm would mark a huge feather in their caps. 2. South Carolina’s run game broke out against Kentucky, with both Tavien Feaster and Rico Dowdle surpassing 100 yards on the night. Georgia has the nation’s fifth-ranked rushing defense, allowing opponents to average just 59.6 yards per game this year. Expecting a repeat performance from the Gamecocks might be too much, but they do need to establish the run at least a little to help out freshman QB Ryan Hilinski. 3. Will Muschamp and Kirby Smart are old friends, dating back to their time as teammates at Georgia and coworkers at Valdosta State. Now they’re on opposite sides of a rivalry, but Smart has had the decided advantage so far — three wins, all by 14 or more points. Last year in particular was embarrassing for Muschamp; the Gamecocks hoped for a competitive game or upset at home, and instead the Bulldogs romped to 41-17 win. If South Carolina can at least keep things respectable this time around, Muschamp’s reputation would certainly benefit. GEORGIA PLAYERS TO WATCH 1. Junior running back D’Andre Swift boasts freakish speed (4.43 40-yard dash in high school) and agility. He topped 1,000 yards rushing last season and entered this one as a preseason All-American. Through five games, he’s already at 460 yards, averaging seven a touch, with four touchdowns. He’s also caught 10 passes for 147 yards. He’s one of the main reasons Georgia boasts a top-15 rushing attack in the nation. 2. Speaking of reasons Georgia’s ground game is so good, junior left tackle Andrew Thomas anchors the Bulldogs’ vaunted offensive line. That unit has been hit with injuries through the early part of the season, but it’s hardly slowed UGA’s rushing attack, and Fromm has only been sacked once this year, the lowest rate in the country. Unsurprisingly, Thomas is considered one of the top prospects in the 2020 NFL Draft. 3. Senior safety J.R. Reed does it all for the Bulldogs — he’s tied for second on the team in tackles and passes defended, and he has an interception and fumble recovery that he returned for a touchdown. A preseason All-SEC honoree, Reed has started in 34 consecutive games for Georgia and helps lead the SEC’s second-best defense by yards and points allowed per game. He’s also a highly regarded NFL Draft prospect.
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