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  1. Football 3/1/2020 VIDEO: Will Muschamp Media Availability Gamecocks Practice Sunday Afternoon Story Links WATCH: WILL MUSCHAMP MEDIA AVAILABILITY Coach Will Muschamp met with reporters after the Gamecocks practiced Sunday afternoon. Print Friendly Version
  2. Where did the Gamecocks offensive line gradr out nationally for 2019 Jan. 10, 2020, | GCF Staff Report The Gamecocks offensive line had some very rough & disappointing days in the 2019 season. Now it is time to see the final grade on how they faired nationally. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  3. We already have 19 on the roster, and now got 4 more coming on board... Gavin Bennett OL 250 Fr. Mark Fox OL 300 Fr. John Kanaan OL 260 Fr. Jakai Moore OL 295 Fr. Vincent Murphy OL 290 Fr. Jaylen Nichols OL 320 Fr. William Rogers OL 310 Fr. Wyatt Campbell OL 308 Fr.-R Jovaughn Gwyn OL 305 Fr.-R Hank Manos OL 290 Fr.-R Dylan Wonnum OL 310 So. Summie Carlay OL 295 So.-R Jordon Carty OL 310 So.-R Eric Douglas OL 315 So.-R Jordan Rhodes OL 330 So.-R M.J. Webb OL 290 So.-R Chandler Farrell OL 295 Jr.-R Sadarius Hutcherson OL 320 Jr.-R Cameron Johnson OL 302 Jr.-R I know we had some issues last year with QB protection and run blocking. Maybe we really needed 4 more. I really hope that hulk, Jazston Turnetine can make an impact right away. At 6'8" and 340# he should either become a wall are make some really big running lanes. SO, maybe we do need more but I was wondering if having 23 was realistic? It seems like if we had 13 we could of had 10 more players in other skill positions. Maybe 18, 3 of each position. I just do not understand 23. Hope the O line can show us some real improvement next season. I mean our D line only had 14. We lost 3 and we are getting 4 new ones so it will only have 15, maybe 16. Not 23
  4. LISTEN: Rico Powers Jr. joins Gamecock Central and 107.5 The Game on NSD
  5. One of the newest Gamecocks Eric Shaw could play on either side of the ball, which side will it be? Dec. 21, 2019, | GCF Staff Report Looking at Shaw's highlights, its clear why the Gamecock staff believes Reeltown High School (Alabama) 4-star Eric Shaw has the ability to be an impact player. He is tall and quick tight end. But the film shows more though. There is something else about the new Gamecock: He can some wood. Big hitter. His senior production was impressive on both sides of the ball, and he flew around the field like a banshee on defense, trucking people often. At 6-foot-4, 205 pounds, he’s obviously got some weight to add. Could he perhaps help the Gamecocks on that side of things, maybe, maybe not? (VIEW ARTICLE)
  6. Gamecock impressions on their impressive Early Signing Period haul Dec. 19, 2019 Despite the upheaval and turmoil surrounding Coach Will Muschamp’s future at South Carolina, the Gamecocks got several huge wins Wednesday for the early signing period. Yes Muschamp hard work on the recruiting trail hit gold. Not only was he able to hold onto the recruiting class early in the morning, the Gamecocks improved it when local 5-star defensive end Jordan Burch announced he would play there. Entering Wednesday, the Gamecocks were ranked No. 8 in the SEC and No. 20 in the country by the 247Sports Composite. By mid-morning, they had 6 4-star recruits sign, most notably RB MarShawn Lloyd and QB Luke Doty. The Burch commitment help boost the class to No. 17 Nationally, but of course the additions on the early part of the day helped as well. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  7. Bobo provides thoughts on young QBs Hilinski, Joyner Dec. 16, 2019 As the new hire at both offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at South Carolina, Mike Bobo was asked about what he currently has at the position. The veteran play caller and quarterback developer held his first press conference as a member of the Gamecocks staff on Monday afternoon. Overall he was very complimentary of the room, but did bring up areas that need improvement, specifically with 11-game freshman starter and rising sophomore Ryan Hilinski. He also addressed how his first conversation went with rising redshirt sophomore Dakereon Joyner, who played both quarterback and receiver this past season. (VIEW ARTICLE) FREE 247SPORTS
  8. T-Rob reportedly in final 3 for ODU job. Previous coach made less than $700k per year. Reported byis Football Scoop. Sources tell FootballScoop AD Wood Selig did phone interviews with several coaches and then planned to bring a small number of coaches to interview in person. Sources tell FootballScoop Selig was highly impressed with Ricky Rahne, Travaris Robinson and Marcus Freeman.
  9. QB coach Dan Werner has $700,000 coming his way since his contract runs thru 12-31-20, and former S&C coach Jeff Dillman is owed $425,000 for a contract running thru 5-31-20. Stay or leave Your former Gamecocks OC Bryan McClendon, ok, the demotion back to WR coach hurts the pride, but you're under contract for a million a year thru 12-31-21. Are you going to find that kind of position coach money elsewhere? Probably not. You stay put, don't you?
  10. One way need to go the Grad Transfer Portal to see if we can pull one or two with height & speed to get us over the hump.
  11. Six to keep an Eye on for possible OC Here is interesting name to watch. Wake Forest offensive coordinator Warren Ruggiero: The connections are more regional than anything, having worked a lot in North Carolina. If you want a guy who adapts to what he has, he’s shown well there. At Wake, he’s had two-runner-heavy (QB/RB) attacks. He was high-flying with Matt Johnson at Bowling Green (3,400 yards) and pass-heavy and efficient at a stop at Elon. He also worked with a smattering of name players such as Marques Colston, Josh Freeman and Collin Klein. Former Maryland OC and interim head coach Matt Canada: He’s been out of coaching this season and has a reputation as not being the easiest to work with. That said, he brings an innovative offense that is run-heavy (Muschamp believes in establishing the run) and tends to produce explosive plays (what Muschamp often sees as a key indicator). When it goes wrong it’s inefficient, but it created some fireworks at Wisconsin and Pitt and really wasn’t all that bad at LSU. His daughter is a USC alum and his last stop, at Maryland, started under D.J. Durkin, a Muschamp guy. Also another name to keep an eye on is Kentucky offense of coordinator Eddie Gran: He has widely been considered one of the better offensive minds in the country for his versatility when it comes to the talent available. At Cincinnati, he ran a high-powered spread. At Kentucky, he crafted a downhill, pistol rushing attack that has helped the Wildcats become a consistent program. His schemes often aren’t the flashiest, but they do complement a defense well. He and Muschamp coached together at Auburn in the latter half of the 2000s. The only downside would be that his specialty is running backs, and South Carolina’s running backs coach Thomas Brown is highly thought of and the team’s best link to four-star tailback commit MarShawn Lloyd. NO BOOM TIES Oregon OC Marcus Arroyo: Nick Saban guy in Mario Cristobal never coached in the SEC. His offense often has kind of a ground-and-pound feel, maybe something that fits a Muschamp outlook, and the group is top-15 in points per game and yards per play. Someone will probably take a look at him this offseason. Ohio State offensive coordinator Kevin Wilson: Wilson built a beast of an offense at Oklahoma and had some fun units at Indiana, which ran the gamut from more pass-heavy groups to a squad that rode Tevin Coleman to 169.9 yards per game. He’s coached in the Midwest or Oklahoma since 1990, but he’s from North Carolina and spent time at UNC, North Carolina A&T and Winston Salem State on his career ascent. Louisiana Tech OC Todd Fitch: Been a steady hand under Skip Holtz. The offense this year was solid, before the QB issues, and in 2016 had been very good, and he was a member of South Carolina staff under Lou Holtz. Middle Tennessee offensive coordinator Tony Franklin: He’s extremely seasoned. He was running prolific offenses as far back as Kentucky in 2000. His scheme was good at Troy, a mess at Auburn (with Muschamp on staff), jump-started Middle Tennessee, helped Sunny Dykes rebuild high-pace offenses at Louisiana Tech and Cal, and built some steady groups at MTSU under former USC assistant Rick Stockstill. MTSU’s points per game isn’t good this year, but the offense has been more efficient than that.
  12. Gamecocks vs. Clemson rivalry game not so rivalry with Clemson dominance the last 6 years Dec. 01, 2019 The Clemson-South Carolina rivalry is in a sad state of affairs, and the most disappointing part about the current nature of the series is that it doesn’t appear that it’s going to be competitive again any time soon. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  13. Muschamp speaks out and believes his team is ‘more than capable’ of beating Clemson Saturday Nov. 29, 2019, | GCF Staff Report The Gamecocks face one steep mountain Saturday vs. Clemson. The odds keep on making it look darker and darker now against the Clemson Tigers, as now are 27-point underdog. But Gamecocks coach Will Muschamp thinks his team is capable of springing the upset. After all, they’re already won once as a three-touchdown underdog vs. No. 3 Georgia. Can lighting stick twice Saturday? Georgia game has been for the most part the biggest highlight of a season that has seen only four wins and seven losses thus far. That game only had a 21-point spread, but it provides a template of sorts. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  14. 'They hate us and the feeling is mutual': Clemson game gives Gamecocks one last chance to salvage season Nov. 24, 2019 Even with this lopsided rivalry on tap, the game will mercifully deliver us from Statement Week. A week after new school president Robert Caslen released a flurry of statements and clarifications about Will Muschamp’s future, we will turn our attention back to the field, where the Gamecocks will have one last gasp to make something of this drama-filled season. The Gamecocks are set to get several key players back from injury next Saturday against Clemson. However, perhaps their most important player, receiver Bryan Edwards, is doubtful following knee surgery, even as he’s one shy of the school’s touchdown receptions record held by Sidney Rice and Alshon Jeffery. (VIEW ARTICLE) SDS
  15. Jake Bentley & the NFL Draft Nov. 21, 2019 With the college football regular season coming to a close soon, it's time for speculation and projection of the 2020 NFL Draft. Gamecocks have suffered through a tough season on the field of play, the Gamecocks are expected to make an impact in this draft. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  16. Week off what Gamecock football have planned Nov. 20, 2019, | GCF Staff Report Coming off a disheartening second loss in a row, the Gamecocks get a breather before capping the season against Clemson. With a 4-7 record, a bowl is basically out of the equation, so they can only turn attention to the rivalry game upcoming. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  17. Stunned Gamecock players try to make sense of 4-7 record Nov. 20, 2019, As Carolina came off the field after a 30-6 loss to Texas A&M on Saturday, there wasn’t much in the way of outward emotion for the Gamecocks no tears, no fiery words, no slammed helmets. Inside the locker room at Kyle Field, though, as players processed the defeat and its implications no bowl game for the first time in four years, the fifth losing season since 2000 and even more pressure on embattled coach Will Muschamp all the feelings you might expect were there, they said. They were upset, frustrated, disappointed and stunned. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  18. Muschamp Sunday night teleconference quotes Nov. 17, 2019 Hasn't heard anything on Spencer-Riddle knee injury as of tonight, several guys were in for treatment today but nothing new that will affect anyone new for the Clemson game. Edwards dealing with meniscus and hopes to get him back. "It's the most important game we play against Clemson and our guys understand that." Muschamp. "Whatever we're doing is not working so we've got to change." Muschamp on the offensive performance. Muschamp said he say Joyner today and he looked and seemed fine after the big hit last night. Muschamp said OC Bryan McClendon is frustrated with how the offense is performing, as they all are. He points out last season the offense averaged over 31 points per game under McClendon, but this has just been a frustrating season for him and the offense. Muschamp said they haven't spent a lot of time on Clemson yet as they've been looking at themselves. If McClendon will be back as his offensive coordinator in 2020, Muschamp said he will evaluate that after this season, as he always does. Will Muschamp conference call
  19. GAMECOCKFANATICS OFFICIAL PREVIEW & PREDICTION THREAD: South Carolina Gamecocks vs Texas A&M Aggies Who: South Carolina Gamecocks (4-6, 3-4) vs Texas A&M Aggies (6-3, 3-2) When: Saturday November 16, 2019 Kick-off: 7:30 pm ET Where: Kyle Field, College Station, TX TV: SEC Network The Gamecocks head out on the SEC road to College Station, TX to face the West-Division Texas A&M Aggies for their final conference game of 2019. The game will be the Gamecocks’ fourth straight evening contest, with the kick-off scheduled for 6:30 Central Time (7:30 PM for the East Coast), and televised on the SEC Network. The Coaches USC Gamecocks Head Coach: Will Muschamp (age 48), 4th year, 26-23 (54-44 as Head Coach - 8th year) Offensive Coordinator/Wide Receivers: Bryan McClendon Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Backs: Travaris Robinson Quarterbacks: Dan Werner Running Backs: Thomas Brown Offensive Line: Eric Wolford Tight Ends: Bobby Bentley Defensive Line: John Scott Jr. Special Teams/Linebackers: Coleman Hutzler Special Teams/Nickel Backs/Sam Linebackers: Kyle Krantz Outside Linebackers: Mike Peterson Texas A&M Aggies Head Coach: Jimbo Fisher (age 54), 2nd year, 15-7 (98-30 as Head Coach – 10th year) Defensive Coordinator/Safeties: Mike Elko Co-Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks: Darrell Dickey Co-Offensive Coordinator/Running Backs: Jay Graham Wide Receivers: Dameyune Craig Tight Ends: Joe Jon Finley Offensive Line: Josh Henson Cornerbacks: Maurice Linguist Linebackers: Bradley Dale Peveto Defensive Ends: Terry Price Defensive Line: Elijah Robinson The Series Match-up The Gamecocks and the Aggies will take the field for their 6th contest against each other. The Aggies have won all previous 5 games. Since the initial game to open the 2014 season – a 52-28 blow-out, the Aggies have won the other 4 games by an average of just 7 points. Last season saw the Gamecocks fall 13-0 in the first half, before coming on strong in the 2nd half and out-scoring the Aggies 23-13 to ultimately fall by 3 points. Key Match-ups For The Game South Carolina and Texas A&M do not separate much from each other in the offensive categories, but where they do is perhaps in a key area: the Aggies have been more consistent in the passing offense in critical scoring opportunities, whereas the Gamecocks have stumbled more often once the offense gets closer to the end zone. The major match-up here will be the Gamecock passing attack of QB Ryan Hilinski and WRs Bryan Edwards and Shi Smith, against a solid Aggie pass defense, plus our rushing attack of Rico Dowdle, Kevin Harris, Mon Denson, and Deshaun Fenwick against a more porous A&M run defense. On paper, it would seem that USC’s defense is by degrees better than TAMU’s: we have more SEC leaders in QB sacks, Tackles for Loss, Pass Defends, and Interceptions than the Aggies do. The Aggies however have had the more consistent defensive efforts and the better pass defense as well. But the Aggie offense is susceptible if the Gamecock defense can bring its top game to College Station. South Carolina Will Win If Texas A&M lost one of their top rushers for the season in their game with Clemson, so they are essentially down to two rushers for them in RB Isaiah Spiller and QB Kellen Mond. Spiller’s numbers were boosted considerably from his performance last week in the Aggies’ 45-14 win over UTSA, in which he rushed 20 times for 217 yards and 3 touchdowns. In 5 SEC games thus far, Spiller has averaged 40.8 yards per game. The Gamecocks defense has contained several top rushing offenses thus far this season: Alabama (25 for 76 yds, 1 td); Missouri (54 for 194, 0 tds); Kentucky (28 for 115 yds, 1 td); Georgia (43 for 173, 1 td). Contain Spiller and Mond on the ground, and force Mond into making mistakes, which he is prone to. Contain the Aggies’ offense and make it more one-dimensional, and our own RBs perform (much) better this week, and the Gamecocks will be in strong position to win the game. Texas A&M Will Win If Mond’s running ability makes me nervous. Also, the Aggies have a longer passing attack than we do: Mond will air out a long pass or two during games. If the Gamecock Secondary are not able to stay with the Aggie receivers, and the defensive line cannot put pressure on Mond, then it could be a long night. Jimbo Fisher’s offense is a solid, balanced offense that stays on the field – they are 2nd in the SEC thus far in average offensive Time of Possession (South Carolina is 13th). If the Aggies defense can make the Gamecocks' offense one-dimensional, and put pressure on Hilinski with the crowd support and noise we know they will get, and if the Aggie offense is able to stay on the field and wear down the Gamecock defense, the game could turn ugly. Gamecock Fanatics Prediction Texas A&M 31, South Carolina 21
  20. Goals that would be reached with a win over the Aggies Saturday night A win would be the first in the series for the Gamecocks. The Aggies lead the all-time series 5-0. Would be the first Gamecocks win in the state of Texas in 62 years. Carolina's only win in six previous contests in the Lone Star State was a 27-21 win over Texas was back in Austin on October 5, 1957. Would allow the Gamecocks to finish their SEC slate of games with a .500 record at 4-4. That would mark the third straight year in which Carolina has finished with a .500 or better conference record. The Gamecocks longest stretch of .500 or better consecutive SEC seasons is four, set from 2010-13 under the Ole Ball Coach
  21. What Muschamp said about Bentley’s future also look at which Gamecocks players the staff plans to hold out to redshirts Nov. 13, 2019, | GCF Staff Report What Muschamp said about Bentley’s future Because of a crutch to help his surgically repaired foot, Jake Bentley was probably the slowest of the Carolina players to move from the tunnel to the field Saturday and greet Will Muschamp before the Gamecocks played Appalachian State. It was “Senior Night” at Williams-Brice Stadium and Bentley, a four-year player and 33-game starter, took part in the opening ceremony. He wore his No. 19 jersey and carried flowers in his left hand. He smiled when he finally made it to his coach. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  22. What Boom said about 5 Gamecock seniors who have the chance to leave or return Nov. 05, 2019 Coach Will Muschamp said five players who have not exhausted their eligibility — three scholarship ones — will walk for his team Saturday, but none have made their choice about leaving or coming back. The three most notable are senior quarterback Jake Bentley, and two redshirt juniors in offensive lineman Sadarius Hutcherson and tight end Kyle Markway. Muschamp said the discussion about their futures will take place after the season. “We will have those discussions in December when the regular season is over move forward,” Muschamp said. “But certainly wanted them to have their opportunity to walk if they decide not to come back.” Walk-on receiver Bailey Hart and defensive back Jaylan Foster also have choices to make. Markway confirmed he will walk for senior day but could opt to return. Eleven of the 25 seniors have their degrees and 11 more get them this December.
  23. White Named to Burlsworth Trophy Watch List 11/5/2019 | Football | GCF Staff Report University of South Carolina placekicker Parker White is one of 83 players nominated from Division I (FBS) schools across the country for the 2019 Burlsworth Trophy. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  24. In his 1st 2 games he looked really sharp. Even though we lost, he made Bama rethink their pass defense. Then there was Missou. We all determined he was hurting. Then you get UK. That was a huge running game but it almost had to be. He was 15 of 27 (55%) for a paltry 140 yards. In the UGA game he was more accurate, 15 of 20, but with the exception of the one pass to Edwards, everything was short. only 116 yards and he got hurt again. Now we look at Florida. His 6th game; kind of experienced now. He is 17 of 35 (48%) for 170 yards with one long pass to Edwards. I know when Jake was playing we saw him miss some long balls. A lot of times Champ blamed the receivers like he does now for Ryan. I really like Ryan and want to see him go on to win a Heisman. I really thought he could after his 1st 2 games. I just do not know what has happened these last 4 games. Okay I get it. He had some injuries. But I am really wondering what has happened to his long ball? I really think in practice thy need to forget the screens and curl ins and let him practice long balls. His timing and form is way off right now. I am not a QB coach and don't know what they have to do, but I surely hope they can get this fixed soon. I like Joyner too, but don't see him as much of a passing QB. He is only 50% himself and no long balls. What do you think? Was it a couple lucky games for Ryan and now we are seeing what to expect or is he just having injury issues? Will he get his touch back? I sure do hope it is just injuries and this week he will excel again
  25. Jake Bentley back next year? The plan for that discussion Oct. 29, 2019 Coach Will Muschamp said over the weekend that he doesn’t have an inkling of the plans his opening game starting quarterback, Jake Bentley, has for next season. He had no updates on Bentley’s plan there, but he has his own plan as to how he will approach that conversation at some point. (VIEW ARTICLE)

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