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  1. How the quarterbacks played during Monday's scrimmage August 12, 2019 South Carolina Gamecocks coach Will Muschamp told reporters on Monday that the offense needs to improve in the “throwing game.” “Whether it’s from a protection standpoint or just throwing and catching it,” Muschamp said, following the team’s first training camp scrimmage on Monday. However, senior quarterback Jake Bentley has “been much better” at taking care of the ball than he was last season, when he led the SEC in interceptions. “It’s got to improve and he understands that. … Today was a positive step,” Muschamp said. (VIEW ARTICLE) FREE 247SPORTS
  2. Kinlaw seeking improvement, addresses hip injury August 11, 2019 There is a lot of NFL draft hype circling around Javon Kinlaw as he enters his senior season at South Carolina. However, the senior defensive tackle has his sights set on improving his game, knowing there are areas to develop before beginning preparation for a pro career. “It’s not really difficult at all (to keep the NFL off my mind) because I’m worried about the main goal right now. Muschamp always says to be where your feet are. Well I’m where my feet are at,” Kinlaw said. “I’ve been working on my technique, my eye control, gap discipline, things like that. My power is going to help snagging off blocks.” At 6-6 and 300 pounds with the ability to float up to 310, Kinlaw says he feels as powerful as ever and is in the best shape of his lift, carrying about 16 percent body fat just two years after weighing 340 pounds as an incoming sophomore for the 2017 season. (VIEW ARTICLE) FREE 247SPORTS
  3. Fatherhood has Kinlaw as motivated as ever August 08, 2019 When Javon Kinlaw was placed at Jones County Community College in Ellisville, Miss. he was motivated to get back to South Carolina. He responded by becoming one of the most coveted junior college recruits in the nation. When he finally arrived to play for the Gamecocks he was motivated to change his body and lost close to 40 pounds, a complete transformation that put him on the map of SEC defensive lineman with potential. (VIEW ARTICLE) FREE 247SPORTS
  4. Why hasn't Jake Bentley improved to level everyone thought? D.J. Shockley explains August 07, 2019 South Carolina enters 2019 with the nastiest schedule in college football. Along with a brutal SEC slate that includes Alabama and Texas A&M as SEC West crossover opponents, USC faces Clemson and North Carolina as non-conference opponents. It’s really going to be a rough road that could go either okay or really bad. Quarterback Jake Bentley and the offense have to improve upon last year’s average showing. The Gamecocks finished ninth in the SEC averaging 30.1 points per game and averaged 6.24 yards per play. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  5. Gamecock running back Lavonte Valentine enters transfer portal August 06, 2019 Gamecock running back Lavonte Valentine is set to leave the Gamecocks. The redshirt freshman has entered the transfer portal. The highly rated speedster from Florida had enrolled at USC at the start of spring in 2018. A torn ACL his senior season of high school kept him out of practice that spring, and he spent last season as a redshirt, not seeing time in a game. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  6. Gamecocks defenders talk RB Tavien Feaster August 05, 2019 South Carolina football players couldn’t talk about Tavien Feaster just before camp opened last week but they can now. Here is what a few had to say, now that the Clemson grad transfer got cleared to practice Saturday, and Monday and he went through his second day on the field with the team. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  7. Gamecocks deep at receiver August 04, 2019 Before taking questions Thursday, Will Muschamp began South Carolina’s media day with a lengthy opening statement. The coach noted the Gamecocks’ high team GPA, rattled off a statistic that represented their experience and provided a roster update.(VIEW ARTICLE)
  8. South Carolina preseason camp primer: Defensive Line July 31, 2019 Will Muschamp’s fourth preseason camp as a coach of the South Carolina Gamecocks starts in just a couple of days. The Gamecocks open Year 4 of the Muschamp Era with seniors at several spots in the front seven of the defense. Injuries plagued several of those fellas in 2018, but they’re back and ready to roll for one last time in 2019. As TheBigSpur continues its position-by-position look at the Gamecocks before the start of preseason camp, we now move on to the defensive line. (VIEW ARTICLE) FREE 247SPORTS
  9. Top camp objective for each Gamecocks assistant coach July 28, 2019 The countdown is almost over. On August 2 it will have been 117 days since South Carolina’s spring game. That was the last time Gamecocks assistant coaches were able to be on the field with their players. On the second day of August the coaches and players will share the field again for the start to 2019 preseason camp. Head coach Will Muschamp’s 2019 coaching staff features five members of the staff he put together when he was hired for the 2016 season. Quarterbacks coach Dan Werner enters his second season with the program. Offensive line coach Eric Wolford is ready for year number three with the Gamecocks. The new year welcomed the hiring of running backs coach Thomas Brown and interior defensive line coach John Scott Jr. (VIEW ARTICLE) FREE 247SPORTS
  10. South Carolina preseason camp primer: Running Backs July 27, 2019 Will Muschamp’s fourth preseason camp as a coach of the South Carolina Gamecocks starts in eight days. The Gamecocks open Year 4 of the Muschamp Era with seniors at several key positions, including three running backs who have started a 32 combined games. They’re a part of an offense that improved by nearly six points per game under first-year coordinator Bryan McClendon. Facing one of the toughest schedules in the country, the Gamecocks will need to be even better in 2019 if they’re going to start checking off some of the goals Muschamp has in place for the program. (VIEW ARTICLE) FREE 247SPORTS
  11. South Carolina preseason camp primer: Wide Receivers July 27, 2019 Will Muschamp’s fourth preseason camp as a coach of the South Carolina Gamecocks starts in eight days. The Gamecocks open Year 4 of the Muschamp Era with seniors at several key positions, including three running backs who have started a 32 combined games. They’re a part of an offense that improved by nearly six points per game under first-year coordinator Bryan McClendon. Facing one of the toughest schedules in the country, the Gamecocks will need to be even better in 2019 if they’re going to start checking off some of the goals Muschamp has in place for the program. (VIEW ARTICLE) FREE 247SPORTS
  12. The 49ers won’t have to deal with holdouts from their first two draft picks after all. Nick Bosa and San Francisco agreed Thursday to the parameters surrounding a four-year, $33.5 million deal, as first reported by ESPN, which means the talented defensive end will report to training camp on time. Additionally, second-round pick, receiver Deebo Samuel, has also agreed to a deal, according to NFL Network. The team confirmed the signings Thursday afternoon. The 49ers’ first practice of training camp is scheduled for Saturday morning after players report Friday.
  13. South Carolina preseason camp primer: Quarterbacks July 24, 2019 Will Muschamp’s fourth preseason camp as coach of the South Carolina Gamecocks starts in nine days. The Gamecocks open Year 4 of the Muschamp Era with senior starters at several positions, including the most important spot on the team. Jake Bentley, who’s started in all but one game since midway through his freshman year, leads an offense that improved by nearly six points per game under first-year coordinator Bryan McClendon. (VIEW ARTICLE) FREE 247SPORTS
  14. 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
  15. 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
  16. 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)
  17. ESPN has the Gamecocks ranked 18th. Thoughts? ESPN Football Power Index - 2019
  18. 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)
  19. 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
  20. 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
  21. 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)

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