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  1. I glanced at a bowl projection tonight... https://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/ncaafb/college-football-bowl-projections-penn-state-utah-join-rose-bowl/ar-AAH5aLM?ocid=spartanntp They don't even have us included. I think that should be even more reason for our guys to go ahead and upset Bama. Then maybe we can earn a little respect back.
  2. Nick Saban 16-0 vs assistants Mucschamp the key is you must be aggressive to beat Alabama Sept. 11, 2019 The stat that stands out is when Nick Saban faces a former assistant he is currently stands at 16-0 against those head coaches at their schools. Gamecock's Will Muschamp gets his third chance on Saturday at Williams-Brice Stadium Saturday afternoon. should be a rowdy crowd on hand along with a nationally-televised audience on CBS. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  3. Sizing up South Carolina's win over Charleston Southern Sept. 07, 2019 Ryan Hilinski looked the part in his first start at quarterback for the South Carolina Gamecocks. Hilinski, who was starting in place Jake Bentley, completed his first 12 throws during the 72-10 win over Charleston Southern on Saturday afternoon at Williams-Brice Stadium. The freshman from Orange, Calif. connected on several short, quick-hitting passes. And he looked comfortable reading the Buccaneers defense and moving through his progressions, to find an open receiver. (VIEW ARTICLE) FREE 247SPORTS
  4. Gamecocks get second opinion on Bentley injury. Decision soon for what happens next Sept. 07, 2019 Coach Will Muschamp said the foot injury Jake Bentley suffered against North Carolina could have ended his season. And Saturday, Muschamp was mum where things will go. Bentley got a second opinion on if he’ll need surgery for a Lisfranc injury. Surgery would end his season, but if he doesn’t need it, he could possibly be back on the field in as little as six weeks. That means possibly missing five games. Muschamp said the team got the opinion — declining to reveal specifics — but he wanted to meet with Jake and Bobby Bentley on Sunday to talk over the best course of action.
  5. WATCH: Ryan Hilinski scores his first college touchdown — with his legs He was deadly accurate early on, but when it came time for South Carolina freshman quarterback Ryan Hilinski to score the first touchdown of his college career, he got it done with his legs, not his arm. In the first quarter of USC’s home opener Saturday against Charleston Southern, Hilinski, starting in place of the injured Jake Bentley, held onto the ball himself and plunged into the end zone from four yards out to put South Carolina up 14-0. That score capped an impressive first few drives for Hilinski, who completed his first nine passing attempts for 82 yards, targeting eight different receivers. The touchdown was his first rushing attempt of the game.
  6. Question the Gamecocks will try to answer this weekend Sept. 06, 2019 Gamecocks will play there first home game Saturday at Williams-Brice Stadium. They will face off with a FCS opponent Charleston Southern at noon. The game will be televised on the SEC Network and feature freshman quarterback Ryan Hilinski making his first career start as the Gamecocks seek their first win of 2019. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  7. I have heard a lot of complaints about how our D did on Saturday. I saw a feel missed tackles just like everyone else, but I also saw some good stuff. I saw UNC get shut down in the red zone 3 times and have to kick FG's. After those 2 TD drives I saw our D make them go 3 and out and save some clock for us to get a chance to win it. As far as the two 90+ yards TD's, I saw 2 mistakes... 1. Horn missed that INT. Still can't figure that out. 2. I think it was Roderick that left that receiver wide open because he thought the QB was running. Other than that, every receiver was covered good, it was just 5 or 6 great passes by that freshman that only his receivers could get; the one handed TD for example. But even after giving up those 2 TD's, they shut them down again at the end of the 4th to get the ball back with some time. Regrettably our O, our QB, and our OC let them down. I really don't see why so many seem upset with our D. Had we scored again no one would really think about it much. They would be glad the D stopped them that last drive and got us the ball back with some time.
  8. Judging by a recent Instagram post by Hilinski, the true freshman is excited to see the field on Saturday and is asking Gamecock Nation to come out and support the team as they attempt to secure the first win of the season:
  9. AP POLL TOP 20 Due to the Labor Day weekend slate of games (which included Oklahoma playing on Sunday night and Notre Dame playing on Monday), the Week 2 AP Poll was delayed until Tuesday. Since most of the top 10 teams took care of business in convincing fashion, there wasn't much movement at the top of the poll. Top-25 rankings can be found 1 Clemson Tigers 2 Alabama Crimson Tide 3 Georgia Bulldogs 4 Oklahoma Sooners 5 Ohio State Buckeyes 6 LSU Tigers 7 Michigan Wolverines 8 Notre Dame Fighting Irish UP 1 9 Texas Longhorns UP 1 10 Auburn Tigers UP 6 11 Florida Gators DOWN 3 12 Texas A&M Aggies 13 Utah Utes UP 1 14 Washington Huskies DOWN 1 15 Penn State Nittany Lions 16 Oregon Ducks DOWN 5 17 Wisconsin Badgers UP 2 18 Central Florida Knights DOWN 1 19 Michigan State Spartans DOWN 1 20 Iowa Hawkeyes 21 Syracuse Orange UP 1 22 Washington State Cougars UP 1 23 Stanford Cardinal UP 2 24 Boise State Broncos 25 Nebraska Cornhuskers DOWN 1 Florida, despite being 1-0, fell out of the top 10 (to No. 11) with a 24-20 Week 0 victory over Miami. Check back next week for the latest AP Poll rankings.
  10. WATCH: Connor Shaw shares opinion of 2019 team, Muschamp, more August 29, 2019 | Curtesy of 247sports/THEBIGSPUR Shaw has message for Hilinski on being backup quarterback Early into Connor Shaw's career at South Carolina and in the NFL, his experienced being the backup and the importance of being ready when his number was called. He had a message along those lines for Gamecocks freshman quarterback Ryan Hilinski days before the start to the 2019 season. “It’s the game of football. Injuries happen. You have to stay ready. I think that’s one of the things I learned so much in the NFL, how up and down a roster can be,” Shaw said at a celebration of Colonial Life’s partnership with the university. “Obviously you’d like Jake (Bentley) to stay healthy, but take mental reps during practice, make sure you stay in it and stay competitive during the game, make sure you’re right beside the play caller, make sure you are mentally sharp and when your number is called that you are ready to go.” (VIEW ARTICLE) FREE 247SPORTS
  11. How ticket sales are doing for the Belk College Kickoff game August 29, 2019 A school spokesperson said approximately 12,000 of the 14,500 tickets allotted to South Carolina have been issued. That also came with a note the bowl told the school a “large number” of tickets have been sold to Gamecocks fans directly from Charlotte Sports Foundation, the organization that runs the game. A spokesperson from the Charlotte Sports Foundation said there’s an expectation of more than 50,000 fans in attendance (that would be tickets issued), in line with South Carolina’s first two trips to the game. Within that 50,000, most of the lower bowl is full. This is only the fourth edition of the kickoff game, and last season’s meeting between West Virginia and Tennessee drew a record 66,793. South Carolina’s 2017 game against N.C. State and 2015 game against North Carolina drew 50,367 and 51,664, respectively. Bank of America Stadium has a capacity of 75,523.
  12. Notes from AD Tanner monthly appearance on 107.5 August 28, 2019 Schedule plans Tanner said he felt home-and-home non-conference series might be making a come back on the college landscape. The Gamecocks’ recent arrangement involves a neutral site game every year they play at Clemson and three smaller opponents on years they go to Death Valley. But it seems games between bigger programs in home stadiums are starting to gain momentum after the rise of neutral site games. “The home-and-homes are really becoming prevalent,” Tanner said. “The guarantees that you pay an FCS or FBS school, they’re sky high right now.” USC has a 2023 game scheduled for Charlotte, where the Gamecocks opened 2015, 2017 and will open this season. Tanner also mentioned a game in Atlanta as something the team is looking at. The Gamecocks AD was also presented with a list of regional teams that could have home-and-home potential. Beyond UNC and North Carolina State, it included, Virginia Tech, Florida State and Georgia Tech. And Tanner at least acknowledged some of those teams could be on USC’s own list. “I would not deny that there’s been conversations with some of the teams on the list you just gave out,” Tanner said. “Which ones and how we’d do it, I’ll stop.” On the status of William & Mary tight end Nick Muse He’s submitted paperwork to the NCAA to play in 2019, but days before the season begins, there’s no clarity. Gamecocks athletics director Ray Tanner was asked about that process, which has at times been inconsistent and this week denied former Coastal Carolina player Brock Hoffman the chance to play this year at Virginia Tech. “I don’t like being critical in any capacity, whether it’s on the radio or in the office,” Tanner said. “But when you do a waiver, and the decision gets handed down by the NCAA, they do not share with you the information on how they came up with the decision, they just reveal the answer “With our young man, we have no idea.” Williams-Brice update The school has big plans for changing Williams-Brice Stadium set to start at the end of the 2019 season. Tanner said one factor he was excited about was changes to the east side of the stadium what will open things up, preventing one concourse from getting too congested. That also could mean a small dip in capacity. “Only slightly,” Tanner said. “It’s only 200 or 300. It’s not significant.” He also mentioned questions about concessions when it came to the choice to not sell beer at Williams-Brice this season.“Our concession points of sale are really low,” Tanner said. “As they are at a lot of college stadiums as compared to NFL stadiums. We’ve got to do some logistical upgrades to be able to accommodate the demand that you’ll have.”
  13. Players dish on favorite uniform combinations August 24, 2019 In a week, that pesky offseason will finally be over and it'll be time to actually line up and play football. South Carolina kicks off in seven days, taking on North Carolina up at Bank of America Stadium. There's still some things to figure out over the course of the next few days, including one of the biggest things still hanging up in the air: the uniform combination. (VIEW ARTICLE) FREE RIVALS
  14. Where Robinson, Roderick fit in the Gamecock secondary August 24, 2019 Will Muschamp and Travaris Robinson have never been scared to start freshmen in the secondary, and this year won’t be any different. Last season, three different freshmen—Jaycee Horn, Israel Mukuamu and RJ Roderick—started at defensive back last season and it looks like Jammie Robinson is coming in ready to continue the trend. (VIEW ARTICLE) FREE RIVALS
  15. Muschamp's first weekly radio show injury report looks good among other topics August 22, 2019 Gamecocks’ head coach only mentioned three injured players on his first weekly radio show of the season. Muschamp had this to say on the injury front: 1 - J.T. we’re still working through the pec injury, He won’t practice this weekend, but I expect to get him back next week. It’s an injury he had at Rice. We’re working through that. 2 - Randrecous Davis had a little bit of an ankle. I think he’s going to fine. 3 - Keir Thomas is still working through some things with his ankle. Other than that we’re good to go.” More Muschamp news: Muschamp clarified something he said earlier about No. 3 quarterback Dakereon Joyner. He directly said Joyner has agreed to try to help the team in some non-quarterback roles this season, though he will still primarily be a passer. There’s nothing final with this. Shi Smith will be the second starter at kick returner with A.J. Turner. Bryan Edwards remains the top punt returner, backed up by Smith, and Josh Vann could be an option as well. Muschamp described punter Joseph Charlton as ‘killing it’ in camp Announced true freshman linebacker Jahmar Brown will play this season, dispelling any question if he’d redshirt. He was mentioned as a strongside linebacker. Muschamp said linebacker Ernest Jones, who broke into the starting lineup, took the biggest step forward in camp. Eric Douglas was the second name he mentioned there. Muschamp also ran through his offensive line, detailing where things are right now. He did not delve into who was leading the battle at right guard, where top utility lineman Eric Douglas is battling Jovaughn Gwyn, but later came back and said Douglas was part of the group of the top five linemen. LT -Sadarius Hutcherson (Jakai Moore) LG - Donell Stanley (Jordan Rhodes) C - Hank Manos (Donell Stanley, Vincent Murphy) RG - Eric Douglas (OR Jovaughn Gwyn) RT - Dylan Wonnum (Douglas)
  16. SDS Crystal Ball: Predicting every game for South Carolina football in 2019 August 16, 2019 Will Muschamp. What was your initial reaction to seeing his name? Was it, “Will Muschamp, who stepped in after Steve Spurrier and cleaned up a mess.” Or maybe your reaction was, “Will Muschamp, who lost 10 consecutive games to Top 25 teams.” To be honest, my reaction is both. That’s part of the problem. In the same way that Gus Malzahn had a massive divide among his own fan base, it appears that Muschamp is nearing or at that point himself, albeit for different reasons. Those on the negative side believe Muschamp should be on the hot seat, and others (like myself) are willing to be a bit more patient given what he inherited. As Muschamp enters Year 4 in Columbia, he does so amidst unique circumstances. Rival Clemson looks stronger than ever, the SEC East conversation is no longer on the Gamecocks as a sleeper contender like it was last year and the schedule couldn’t be more difficult. So let’s discuss that. 2018 record: 7-6 (4-4), T-4th in SEC East / 2019 projection: 5-7 (2-6, 6th in SEC East) (VIEW FULL ARTICLE)
  17. Here are a few good reads from 247 & Rivals you all should enjoy August 20, 2019 Pickens 'turning the corner' as camp approaches final day (FREE 247SPORTS) Robinson concerned about the rotation, not the starters (FREE 247SPORTS) Pickens will have 'good opportunity' to play game one (FREE RIVALS)
  18. Updating the tight end position August 22, 2019 Entering camp, it looked like the tight end position would be one of the easiest positions to determine starters before the season. What a difference a week makes. The Gamecocks have lost two players who would have factored into the rotation this season for decent periods of time, meaning offensive coordinator Bryan McClendon has to tweak a little bit of his plan entering the year. (VIEW ARTICLE) FREE RIVALS
  19. Gamecocks have their No. 2 QB Ryan Hilinski August 20, 2019 True freshman Ryan Hilinski will be the Gamecocks’ No. 2 passer behind Jake Bentley (VIEW ARTICLE)
  20. Predicting which freshmen play in 2019 August 20, 2019 Thanks to the NCAA’s rule four-game redshirt rule, the South Carolina Gamecocks coaching staff won’t be forced to make any firm decisions this week about which first-year players will be counted on this fall. The flexibility allows for Will Muschamp & Co. to monitor the progress of those freshmen and decipher at various points in the season whether or not they should be asked to play in more than four games. However, there are a handful of freshmen who could be trending towards extended playing time in 2019, either on his side of the ball or as a special teams contributor. (VIEW ARTICLE) FREE 247SPORTS
  21. The latest at each position August 18, 2019 Two more “training camp like” practices stand between the South Carolina Gamecocks and the start of their game prep for the 2019 season opener against North Carolina. South Carolina held its second scrimmage of the month on Saturday afternoon, which allowed coach Will Muschamp and his staff to get another look at the spots where players are fighting to win jobs before Aug. 31. Decisions on some of those spots couldn't be finalized until the coaches reviewed film of the final scrimmage. (VIEW ARTICLE) FREE 247SPORTS
  22. Muschamp Post-Scrimmage Quotes Head Coach Will Muschamp post-scrimmage presser (Monday, August 12, 2019)Opening Statement:We have more depth than we've ever had. Each group got about 50 scrimmage snaps or right at 50 - so 150 plays from scrimmage. I was pleased with the tempo today. There was some nice heat out there, which was good. For us, we need to get accustomed to that because it's going to be hot. Overall pleased with how today went. We had two live kickoff coverages. We had a couple live punt coverages, which is really good for us to be able to play in space. The first game you're always concerned in those special team situations. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  23. Muschamp seems certain of two defensive starters August 12, 2019 There are two spots that seem set on defense for the South Carolina football team when the season opens on August 31 against North Carolina. Head coach Will Muschamp, entering his fourth season leading the Gamecocks, has his two starting cornerbacks set. It should come as little surprise that sophomores Jaycee Horn and Israel Mukuamu will be the starters at the two cornerback spots to open the season. But Muschamp, along with defensive coordinator Travaris Robinson, usually talk this time each year about finding the right combination of players for the five spots in the secondary. (VIEW ARTICLE) FREE 247SPORTS

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