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  1. Daniels, Georgia Defense Lead No. 2 Bulldogs Past South Carolina 40-13 With Stats & More Sept. 19, 2021 JT Daniels returned to the lineup with three touchdown passes, Georgia's fearsome defense nearly made it three straight games without allowing a TD and the No. 2 Bulldogs romped to a 40-13 victory over South Carolina on Saturday night. (ARTICLE)
  2. ESPN's Dan Orlovsky recalls 2019 South Carolina upset of Georgia Sept. 16, 2021 The Gamecocks will travel to Georgia Saturday with a 7:00pn kick-off under the lights in Stanford Stadium. Back in 2019, Dan Orlovsky was on the call with Bob Wischusen and Allison Williams for ESPN. He spoke with The State this week and shared what he thought of the atmosphere that day: I’d say, number one, that was my first time really in an SEC stadium. As a kid from the North that grew up in the North and really lived in the North a lot, I had never really been in an SEC stadium. I just remember walking to the game, and you hear tons of rumors, like ‘Oh, you know, it’s Athens.’ I was like, ‘Yo, it really is just different,’ which was kind of dope going into the game. Calling that game, I believe it was the year after (Georgia’s) Rose Bowl with Jake (Fromm) and them, so with Georgia, the expectations were just so outrageously high. I remember going into the game and talking with (Wischusen) and being like, ‘Yo, I don’t think this will be a blowout. I just don’t think that this is an awful matchup for South Carolina.’ I was still somewhat new in my analyst group. I just remember going into the game, I didn’t think it would be an upset, but I didn’t think it was gonna be a blowout. So, what does Orlovsky think of this weekend’s matchup? He’s predicting a Georgia win, it seems: I mean, Georgia’s defense is in the conversation for the best in America. So it’s a tall task for South Carolina, but (Georgia’s) offense also has to get going a little bit more consistently, with who’s gonna play at quarterback. Because their defense is so great, they’ll have a chance. And Georgia turned the ball over so much two years ago, so Georgia should be able to handle this game comfortably for sure. We’ll see if another road upset is in the works for the Gamecocks on Saturday night at 7 p.m. Eastern time on ESPN.
  3. Videos from after Today's practice with Lembo, Satterfield, White, and player Darius Rush Sept. 15, 2021 The Gamecocks are continuing preparations for Saturday’s matchup at #2-Georgia. And while the quarterback situation remains up in the air, there are plenty of other concerns for the Gamecocks as they size up the Bulldogs. On Wednesday, offensive coordinator Marcus Satterfield, defensive coordinator Clayton White, and special teams leader Pete Lembo met with the media to recap the win over East Carolina and to preview the challenge ahead in Athens. Few quick hitter quotes Special teams coordinator Pete Lembo: said he's happy his group has contributed to the two wins with blocked punts, explosive returns, a muddle-huddle. Lembo: Hopes they are building a reputation with their special teams but hard to say that's the case after their first two games, and they are about to step up in class in terms of opposition. DC Clayton White: says their plan doesn't change regardless of who the Georgia quarterback is. White: said he and the mother of Georgia star defensive tackle Jordan Davis went to the same high school in North Carolina, so he knows him well, Davis made a visit to NC State when White was there, he didn't want to say too much about him except he's big guy. White: Said Cam Smith has been a great player for them, working with him to channel some of his extra energy in the right direction. OC Marcus Satterfield: said he prides himself on being a disciplined play caller and not get out of the game plan when things aren't going well, plus their defense allows him the luxury to also stay with a running game even if they are two touchdowns down in first half. Satterfield: said he prides himself on being a disciplined play caller and not get out of the game plan when things aren't going well, plus their defense allows him the luxury to also stay with a running game even if they are two touchdowns down in first half. Satterfield: said problems in running game related to the small things related to blocking not being executed properly.
  4. With game two in the win column, how well did South Carolina perform vs. East Carolina Sept. 12, 2021 / HF Here’s a look at Gamecock positives and the negatives form the Gamecocks’ 20-17 win over East Carolina Saturday. So let's dive in. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  5. Week one and week two Gamecocks are now 2-0 heading between the hedges to face the no 2 Bulldogs. After Saturdays close win over East Carolina by a field goal with 3 seconds left on the clock and a Parker White hit the winning field goal as time ran out to bring home the victory. ECU losing last week to App. St. are now 0-2. Gamecocks really struggle to pull this one out. ECU are a team buried in the bottom 130 now the Gamecock face a team in the top 2 far cry from the last two weeks. Guess the question is can the Gamecocks cover the spread less beat them. Never know though, Gamecocks seem always to play their best against the Bulldogs'. My Poll question. Will the Gamecocks beat Georgia, lose but beat the spread, will lose& not beat the spread. Let's see what everyone thinks and take a poll vote.
  6. Offensive & Defensives GamecockFanatics Players of the Game vs. East Carolina Sept. 12, 2021 /HF The offense had a poor showing in both halves but in the second half came to life just enough to ink out a 20-17 victory over ECU by hitting a walk-off field goal with redshirt senior Parker White. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  7. South Carolina Rallies to Beat East Carolina 20-17 on FG With Videos Coach Beamer & Selected Players, Gallery Stats & More Sep. 11, 2021 Parker White kicked a 36-yard field goal as time expired as South Carolina rallied from 14 down to beat East Carolina 20-17 on Saturday (Article)
  8. Key match-ups vs. East Carolina Saturday to guide the Gamecock to victory Sept. 10, 2021 ECU QB HOLTON AHLERS VS. THE GAMECOCKS SECONDARY QB Holton Ahlers could be playing just about anywhere in the country. Ahlers had plenty of offers coming out of High School in Greenville, North Carolina in the class of 2018. HC Shane Beamer acknowledge he would’ve been the second quarterback in Georgia’s 2018 class that included first-round NFL draft pick Justin Fields had the Bulldogs taken a second signal caller that year (Beamer was an assistant coach on that Georgia staff). Ahlers has thrown for almost 7,500 yards and boasts a nearly 2-to-1 touchdown to interception ratio over the past three seasons. The Gamecocks secondary has been maligned throughout the offseason and rightfully so. The Gamecocks lost first-round pick Jaycee Horn and stalwart Israel Mukuamu to the NFL. Beamer and his staff pieced things together with a mix of transfers and unproven returners. Gamecocks were stout defensively last week against Eastern Illinois, holding the Panthers to just 78 yards through the air. South Carolina also corralled a pair of interceptions and had a third wiped out when a defender lined up offsides. Ahlers might be the best quarterback the Gamecocks will see until a November meeting with Clemson’s D.J. Uiagalelei. The Gamecocks will have to stay sharp to slow ECU offensive roll. GAMECOCK QB LUKE DOTY/ZEB NOLAND VS. EAST CAROLINA PASS RUSH At this point who knows but the staff who will start at QB Saturday. Either Zeb Noland or Luke Doty will get the nod. Whoever does is going to be under pressure all day come Saturday. ECU employ a blitz-heavy scheme that brings pass rushers from all corners. Noland was able to avoided any forces last week from East Illinois, but it will be surprising if he didn’t see more hands in his face come Saturday should he start. It’s also worth noting Carolina’s offensive line was abysmal in pass protection against Eastern Illinois. Get this: the Gamecocks OL rating finished tied-for-12th out of 14 SEC teams according to Pro Football Focus despite facing an EIU squad that hasn’t won more than three games since 2017. GAMECOCKS DEFENSIVE LINE VS. EAST CAROLINA OFFENSIVE LINE Gamecocks defensive line coach Jimmy Lindsey’s group ran circles around Eastern Illinois’ offensive line a week ago. This week, they will face with a bigger challenge. During East Carolina’s season-opening loss to Appalachian State in Charlotte, the Pirates gave-up 3.5 sacks, 4.5 tackles for a loss and five quarterback hurries. Stats to ponder. The Pirates also ranked 107th out of 130 FBS teams in pass blocking during Week 1 per PFF. The Gamecocks’ front that included former five-star recruits Zacch Pickens and Jordan Burch and potential first-round pick edge rusher Kingsley “JJ” Enagbare should have a physical advantage again Saturday. If the South Carolina secondary can’t do enough to slow Ahlers and his receivers down, it’s up to the Gamecock defensive line to create muddied pockets and force ECU’s starter out of a routine to keep the Pirates’ offense at bay.
  9. Videos with OC Marcus Satterfield & DC Clayton White after Wednesday practice 09/08/2021 Gamecocks versus Eastern Illinois win was easy this past Saturday. Saturday's game will be a much more difficult challenge on the road at East Carolina. There’s still no word as to whether Zeb Noland will get his second straight start at QB or if Luke Doty returns to that role against the Pirates. On Wednesday, offensive coordinator Marcus Satterfield and defensive coordinator Clayton White recapped the win over the Panthers and what’s ahead for USC on both sides of the football at ECU
  10. Key quotes from Beamers presser today 09/07/2021 What the coach said: On the team's schedule for Saturday's road trip to Greenville, NC: "I'm a routine guy, so I don't want road games to be that much different than home games." Beamer on a mulligan from Saturday. "Probably should have offered my Dad a sideline pass." Beamer says the toughest decision he made during Saturday's game was regarding the two-point conversion try following the opening score. "Maybe not the toughest, but we spent a good bit of time on it." Beamer says that Jordan Burch is, "right where he needs to be," when asked about possibly playing offense as well. The coaching staff was extremely impressed with Burch's pick-six on Saturday vs. EIU. Beamer's uniform update, he believes USC will be in all-white for Saturday's game at ECU. "That's a great question," chuckles that it should be in the media game notes each week. Regroups and says you can't have "too many running backs." Beamer says the running back meeting room this morning, "sounded like a frat party in there." Is stopped by a test of the USC emergency alert system ... jokes that he's lost his focus. Beamer says the coaching staff has not been told about any limit on the amount of plays/work load that Harris can handle. Beamer on Kevin Harris returning. "He had a big smile on his face and it was good to see him out there (today) in full pads. Beamer: "I wish we had 100 Luke Doty's. He's a competitor. He was good on the sidelines. He had a great energy and spirit about himself since the day he got hurt." On Doty, Beamer says he practiced today. "I've got to be able to see that he can operate at a high level. He was out there in a football uniform today."
  11. Quick Look at Carolina vs ECU football game SEPT. 07, 2021 / HF The Gamecocks handled their business on Saturday and did it well but a win against an FCS program on home turf is one that should be expected. Carolina looked the part on both sides of the ball and on special teams. Carolina did put up 46 points and Graduate assistant-turned-quarterback Zeb Noland threw four touchdown passes. (ARTICLE)
  12. GCF Players of the Game vs. Eastern Illinois’ Sept. 06, 2022 / HF It's unlikely that many South Carolina football fans had RB ZaQuandre White leading the team in receiving and rushing yards on their 2021 season opener. Yet with Kevin Harris out due to an illness, White did just that. White finished the game with 172 total yards and two total touchdowns in the Gamecocks' 46-0 rout of the Eastern Illinois Panthers. White said. "As a team, we've been grinding for each day for six to seven months". Do it felt good going out there and executing." On defense was a team effort, but I have to pick one. The pick 6 DE Jordan Burch. (ARTICLE)
  13. With the first game in the books how did the Gamecocks’ perform in there opener 09/05/2021 South Carolina vs. Eastern Illinois The Shane Beamer Era kicked off in Columbia in grand style with a decisive 46-0 win over Eastern Illinois. How did the Gamecocks’ perform in there home opener? (VIEW ARTICLE)
  14. RB Kevin Harris won’t play along with DL Rick Sandidge vs ECU, QB Luke Doty was spotted pregame warming up in full uniform 09/04/2021 Defensive lineman Rick Sandidge is expected to miss Saturday’s game. Sandidge suffered an undisclosed injury during South Carolina’s first scrimmage of the fall. Beamer has said that it’s expected he’ll miss a significant amount of time. Sandidge was on a scooter and in a cast prior to Saturday’s contest. South Carolina will also be without running back Kevin Harris per Ellis. Harris underwent an offseason procedure on his back, but was spotted in practice last week going through non-contact drills. It’s unclear when he might return to full health. Starting quarterback Luke Doty, who has been battling back from a sprained left foot, was spotted pregame in warming up in full uniform.
  15. In some ways the hot start to his first full recruiting cycle may have raised expectations about what Shane’s team can do on the field this year. What do you think are a fair set of expectations for year one coming off a two-win season? Not number of wins but general building blocks he needs to put in place?
  16. https://247sports.com/college/south-carolina/Article/South-Carolina-gamecocks-football-2021-media-day-168770714/
  17. https://www.abccolumbia.com/2021/07/19/harris-enagbare-named-to-preseason-watch-lists/
  18. Luke Day Selected to Lead the Football Strength & Conditioning Program 1/10/2021 | Football | FROM USC SPORTS INFORMATION | GCF STAFF POST University of South Carolina head football coach Shane Beamer has tabbed Luke Day to lead the Gamecocks' strength and conditioning program, it was announced today. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  19. Tight end KeShawn Toney has entered his name into the NCAA Transfer Portal, indicating his intentions of transferring from the South Carolina football program.
  20. Sources confirmed to FootballScoop that Beamer has tabbed Erik Kimrey, a former Gamecocks quarterback and revered high school coach in the Palmetto State, to be his tight ends coach. Kimrey had been head coach at Hammond High School. Also it’s been indicated to FootballScoop that Beamer is expected to retain Mike Bobo, who has one year left on a two-year deal, and Des Kitchings on the offensive side of the ball. Beamer also poached Will Friend from Tennessee’s staff earlier this week, reuniting the veteran offensive line coach with Bobo, a longtime colleague of Friend. Defensively, sources indicated that Beamer plans to retain defensive line coach Tracy Rocker and outside linebackers coach Mike Peterson. Beamer’s initial staff still has at least one offensive assistant opening and multiple on the defensive side of the ball. The top position left for Beamer is defensive coordinator, and a source told FootballScoop late Wednesday afternoon that Beamer has targeted an SEC defensive coordinator.
  21. Video of new head football coach Shane Beamer and his family's arrival to Columbia Sunday "Credit To South Carolina Athletics"
  22. LINK: College Sports Madness 2020 Bowl Matchups Tony Romo and Jim Nantz will be calling the game
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