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  1. Donell Stanley seen it all, now ready to beat Kentucky before he moves on Sept. 27, 2019 Donell Stanley has been with the Gamecock longer than just about anyone currently with the program. But not even he was there the last time the Gamecocks were able to beat Kentucky on the gridiron. Stanley now is a sixth-year senior on the offensive line, Stanley arrived on campus in 2014 — that also happened to be the first year of five consecutive defeats Carolina has suffered to UK. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  2. Gamecocks players wishing Jamyest Williams well Sept. 24, 2019 Many of South Carolina’s football players said they’d not yet had a chance to talk to Jamyest Williams after he put his name in the transfer portal. Some saw it when news broke Monday night. Others found out Tuesday morning as it became official. But none said they held anything against him for it. “I just wished him the best,” Horn said. “We didn’t get too deep into it. He’s a grown man. He can make his own decision. So I just hope he plays good wherever he goes.” Wide receiver Bryan Edwards added: “I mean, It
  3. South Carolina-Missouri report card Sept. 22, 2019 Gamecock football takes one on the chin Saturday afternoon losing 34-14 to the Missouri Tigers standing with a 1-3 record. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  4. Can the Gamecocks take any encouragement with a 24 point loss to Alabama? Sept. 15, 2019 Carolina was a 26-point underdog Saturday. In the end, the Gamecocks covered the spread, but lost to the No. 2 Tide, 47-23. They became Alabama’s 25th straight SEC East victim. So are you allowed to be encouraged by a lopsided loss to a giant? (VIEW ARTICLE)
  5. The other side: What Bama said about USC, Hilinski Sept. 15, 2019 The numbers aren’t typical from what the Alabama defense is used to displaying, but according to coach Nick Saban and a couple of the Crimson Tide defenders, it had more to do with the game plan South Carolina employed during the 47-23 loss Saturday afternoon than anything else. The Gamecocks ran 86 offensive plays and finished with 459 yards. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  6. 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.
  7. 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)
  8. 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
  9. 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
  10. 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, w
  11. 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)
  12. 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 cover
  13. 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:
  14. 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
  15. 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.
  16. 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’
  17. 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 th
  18. 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
  19. 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
  20. 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
  21. 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
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