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  1. Gamecocks reveals uniform combo for Missouri game in new ‘Battle Armor’ video South Carolina will visit the “other Columbia” for a road game against the Missouri Tigers this Saturday. On Thursday night, the South Carolina football Twitter account revealed what the Gamecocks will be wearing for the matchup. The jersey will be white with garnet featured on the shoulder pad stripes and the numbers. The helmet and pants will both be black. Take a look at it in the video below:
  2. Hilinski gets high marks from his peers Sept. 17, 2019 The 20th freshman quarterback to face Nick Saban’s Alabama since 2007 threw more times and completed more passes than the previous 19. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  3. Gamecocks feel good about their offense but yearn for one tweak: more Joyner Sept. 16, 2019 Ryan Hilinski, Bryan Edwards, Rico Dowdle and Kyle Markway were among the South Carolina offensive players Will Muschamp was pleased with following their performances against Alabama on Saturday. Dakereon Joyner didn’t stand out in the 47-23 loss in the No. 2 Crimson Tide, but the Gamecocks want to make sure that doesn’t become the norm going forward. The versatile freshman is too talented to have one touch over 60 minutes, Muschamp said. USC rolled up 459 yards on the Tide. Joyner, via one reception, contributed just 13 of them. (VIEW ARTICLE) THE STATE
  4. The best way to beat Alabama you ask? Sept. 12, 2019 Going on 9 years sense South Carolina upended Alabama, was not easy back then where they were rank no 1 and will not be any easier Saturday where they stand at no 2. If anything will be harder. 9 years ago took a inspired defensive performance on the ground, an out of the world day from a quarterback, receiver and a freshman tailback grinding things out against a NFL-level defense. That 2010 team was a 7 1/2-point underdog. This one’s line is in the mid-20s. That Gamecocks team had a lot of NFL talent. This one hasn’t proven to have all that just yet. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  5. GAMECOCKFANATICS OFFICIAL PREVIEW AND PREDICTION THREAD Alabama Crimson Tide vs South Carolina Gamecocks Who: Alabama Crimson Tide (2-0, 0-0) vs South Carolina (1-1, 0-0) When: Saturday September 14th, 2019 Kick-off: 3:30 pm ET Where: Williams-Brice Stadium, Columbia, SC TV: CBS Network The first 2019 Southeastern Conference game match-up for the South Carolina Gamecocks is upon us, and it is a doozy of a game – as the Crimson Tide of Alabama comes into Williams-Brice Stadium this Saturday at 3:30 pm. This week’s game marks the first meeting between the two programs since the 2010 season, when the then 19th-ranked Gamecocks stunned the defending national champions and then #1-ranked Crimson Tide 35-21 to end Alabama’s 19-game unbeaten streak. It was the first-ever win by the football Gamecocks over a top-ranked opponent in program history. This Saturday, the un-ranked Gamecocks will not have the opportunity to equal that feat, although it’s not going to be their fault, as Alabama comes into this game ranked 2nd nationally. But I wouldn’t think that anyone would throw this win back, if it should happen, just the same. The Coaches South Carolina Gamecocks Head Coach: Will Muschamp (age 48), 4th year, 23-18 (51-39 as Head Coach) 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/Nickle Backs/Sam Linebackers: Kyle Krantz Outside Linebackers: Mike Peterson Alabama Crimson Tide Head Coach: Nick Saban (age 67), 13th year, 143-21 (234-63-1 as Head Coach) Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks: Steve Sarkisian Defensive Coordinator/Inside Linebackers: Pete Golding Associate Head Coach/Defensive Line: Brian Baker Special Teams Coordinator/Tight Ends: Jeff Banks Offensive Line: Kyle Flood Associate Head Coach/Running Backs: Charles Huff Associate Defensive Coordinator/Safeties: Charles Kelly Cornerbacks: Karl Scott Outside Linebackers: Sal Sunseri Wide Receivers: Holmon Wiggins The Series Match-Up This Saturday marks the 16th game in the series between South Carolina and Alabama. The Crimson Tide lead the all-time series on the field, 12-3, including a 3-2 mark in games played in Columbia. The Gamecocks however are 3-3 since the turn of the century against the Crimson Tide, having also won 37-36 in Columbia in 2001, and 20-3 in Tuscaloosa in 2004. The Tide defeated the Gamecocks 27-17 in Tuscaloosa in 2000, and then won consecutive games 37-14 in Columbia in 2005, and 20-6 in Tuscaloosa in 2009. This game also features another Teacher-Student match-up, as South Carolina’s Will Muschamp was once an assistant coach on Alabama’s Nick Saban’s staff at LSU as Linebacker Coach and Defensive Coordinator from 2001-2004, and then followed Saban to the NFL as Associate Head Coach of the Miami Dolphins in 2005, when Saban took the Head Coach job there. Key Match-ups In The Game With such a talented and deep opponent like the Crimson Tide, a major match-up will always be along the lines of scrimmage. Alabama features offensive and defensive lines that are among the most talented in college football nearly every season. South Carolina’s own lines have talent, but are still learning through inexperience and gelling as a solid two-deep. On defense, Alabama deploys a 3-4 defense that features strong Linebacker penetration and pressure, and the Tide usually leads the league in QB sacks yearly. This season they are a bit thin at the LB position due to player departures from last season, as well as some key player injuries. They will still be a formidable opponent as they simply move former 5-star rated players further down their own depth charts up into starting roles as replacements. South Carolina’s developing OL will have it’s work cut out to protect freshman QB Ryan Hilinski and give him the time to make his progressions and make accurate passes. Against Charleston Southern last week, the Gamecock OL was dominant against an overwhelmed FCS opponent, and Hilinski had no pressure all game long. He performed superlatively, but this Saturday the test becomes much more difficult. Also, the Gamecock running game was precedent-setting excellent against the FCS Buccaneers, but Alabama has long prided itself in preventing opposing RBs from having 100+ yard games against them, for years. Backs Rico Dowdle, Tavien Feaster, and company don’t need to rush for 100+ yds, but they do need to be effective in picking up consistent gains on the ground, and again help give Hilinksi more breathing room to execute. On offense for Alabama, again the line of scrimmage will be key. The Crimson Tide OL is returning two starters from last season’s unit, and both will be manning the Tackle positions, but they have experienced and talented depth throughout the two-deep. Starting QB Tua Tagovailoa is touted as a Heisman contender, and he will have a strong line to protect him. The Gamecock defensive line of Kinlaw, Wonnum, Smith, and Sterling will once again need to have a strong game and put pressure on Tagovailoa, to keep him from settling down and picking our young secondary apart. At the same time, Alabama is still a top power rushing offense, so our Linebackers will need to pull their share as well. South Carolina Will Win If Hopefully the team comes in with a good dose of confidence from the record-setting day against Charleston Southern, regardless of the caliber of the opponent. Right now confidence and playing emotionally and with intensity is much needed for this Will Muschamp team. The team will be bolstered by a rabid home crowd, and memories of what happened the last time Alabama was on the Williams-Brice field. If Hilinski can maintain his poise, continue his accurate execution of the passing game, and the RBs are able to consistently produce on the ground, while the Gamecock defense is able to contain the Tide offense and not allow too many big-gain plays through the air – don’t let the talented Alabama WRs get past the DBs for long plays – South Carolina may be able to stay in the game, and gain confidence as the game moves along. As former coach Steve Spurrier said in 2010, help give Fate a chance. Alabama Will Win If The Tide has regularly rolled opponents from all angles over the past years. They were doing that in 2010. South Carolina was helped that day with a number of Alabama miscues, missed field goals and trick plays, and a QB that perhaps didn’t respect the Gamecock DL enough to get rid of the FB quick enough. This game, the Tide will be implored by Coach Saban to focus and execute better. One can be assured that the Crimson Tide is coming into Williams-Brice knowing that South Carolina is the last SEC-East opponent to defeat them. Focus, execution of the game-plan, and just letting their superior depth and talent play it’s role, and Alabama will be in a good position. GamecockFanatics Prediction Alabama 42 South Carolina 17
  6. Will the Gamecocks be ready for the Challenge that awaits them Saturday? Sept. 13, 2019 All the talk during the off season was the talk about the Gamecocks football’s brutal schedule for 2019 campaign. This Saturday, the Gamecocks take on No. 2 Alabama. The Crimson Tide, led by legendary coach Nick Saban, have been college football’s top program over the past decade, and the Gamecocks enter the game as 25-point underdogs in their own stadium. Fans and media alike ask the question can the Gamecocks do it again like in 2010 to pull off the massive upset, here are the most important questions Carolina will look to answer this weekend. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  7. Gamecocks reveal uniform for this week will roll out that Big Game Garnet Sept. 12, 2019 It’s been nearly a decade since South Carolina football upended No. 1 Alabama and snapped the national champion’s long winning streak. For the first meeting between the teams since that game, the Gamecocks will have the same look going. USC’s revealed it will go with the garnet jerseys and pants along with a white helmet. That’s the same uniform the team wore Oct. 9, 2010 when it pulled off the 35-21 upset of Nick Saban’s Tide.
  8. Jake Bentley dealing with injury that ended his senior season Sept. 10, 2019 The surgery to his foot is going to put quarterback Jake Bentley on the shelf for the rest of what should have been his senior season. Bentley got a second opinion on a mid-foot injury last Friday, a week after hurting it against North Carolina, and USC coach Will Muschamp announced his season was over this Sunday. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  9. Dowdle: One-two punch with Feaster could be among country's best Sept. 04, 2019 One game into his timeshare with Tavien Feaster, Rico Dowdle believes the South Carolina Gamecocks running back duo is on track to have a productive season. The seniors combined for 24 carries and 134 yards with a touchdown in the 24-20 loss to North Carolina. Among SEC rushers with at least 10 carries in Week 1 (and zero), Dowdle and Feaster are ranked No. 5 and No. 6, respectively, in the league’s yards per carry category. Of course, there’s just a slight difference between Dowdle (5.64) and Feaster (5.54). (VIEW ARTICLE) FREE 247SPORTS
  10. Transfer TE Nick Muse finely makes his debut on the field for Gamecocks Saturday Sept. 07, 2019 The Gamecock junior transfer tight end received the word late Friday afternoon from the NCAA granted Muse his waiver allowing him to see action for the first time this Saturday. He made the best of it while on the field. Muse did have to shack off a fumble on his first catch but he did finish with two catches for 22 yards. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  11. Ranking QB Ryan Hilinski’s debut among other Gamecock QB's in recent history Sept. 07, 2019 Freshman QB Ryan Hilinsk didn’t disappoint in the win as he threw for 282 yards and had three total touchdowns in the 72-10 win over Charleston Southern. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  12. Freshman Hilinski's Debut Leads South Carolina to 72-10 Win With Videos Coach & Selected Players Sept. 07, 2019 South Carolina fans gave quarterback Ryan Hilinski even more love than a second string QB typically gets in his first start and the freshman with the inspiring backstory responded with a storybook debut. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  13. Hilinski shines, Gamecocks set the records in rout of Charleston Southern 72-10 Sept. 07, 2019 Gamecock fans are glad to put last week’s demoralizing season-opener behind them, way behind them the opponent hardly mattered. All that mattered was QB Ryan Hilinsk. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  14. NCAA grants waiver to transfer TE Nick Muse will play for Gamecocks in 2019 Sept. 06, 2019 Gamecock TE Nick Muse will get to fulfill a childhood dream, and hopefully provide a big boost at a position of need for the Gamecocks. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  15. LOOK: South Carolina reveals throwback uniform combo for home opener vs. Charleston Southern South Carolina is going with a throwback look for its home opener on Saturday. On Friday, the Gamecocks teased the uniforms with a hype video on Twitter:
  16. GAMECOCKFANATICS OFFICIAL PREVIEW & PREDICTION THREAD: Charleston Southern Buccaneers vs South Carolina Gamecocks ConwayGamecock - September 2, 2019 NOTE: This game will have people from both programs watching the developments of Hurricane Dorian, as the storm continues its North-Westerly path up towards the United States’ east coast. Dorian is projected to have moved past South Carolina well prior to Next Saturday’s scheduled game, but it is a high Category 5 storm as of Sunday Night with winds reaching 185 mph, so it could leave devastation in its wake should it fall in-state. As of this Preview’s writing, Charleston Southern University Administration has issued this announcement: https://www.charlestonsouthern.edu/monitoring-hurricane-dorian/ So, we’ll continue to watch this and provide updates with any new information regarding this week’s game. Who: Charleston Southern (0-1) vs South Carolina (0-1) When: Saturday September 7th, 2019 Kick-off: 12:00 pm ET Where: Williams-Brice Stadium, Columbia, SC TV: SEC Network The 2019 season moves forward with two teams facing off looking for redemption to a stuttering start the previous Saturday, as Football Championship Subdivision member Charleston Southern travels to Williams-Brice Stadium to face Southeastern Conference host South Carolina, in a noon game Televised on the SEC Network. The Buccaneers (0-1) are coming off a 46-13 defeat at the hands of a ranked FCS Furman, while the Gamecocks are returning home after a heart-breaking 24-20 upset loss to North Carolina in Charlotte. The Coaches USC Gamecocks Head Coach: Will Muschamp (age 48), 4th year, 22-18 (50-39 as Head Coach) 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/Nickle Backs/Sam Linebackers: Kyle Krantz Outside Linebackers: Mike Peterson CSU Buccaneers Head Coach: Autry Denson (age 42), 0-1 (1st year as Head Coach) Offensive Coordinator/Inside Wide Receivers: Felton Huggins Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers: Zane Vance Offensive Line: Aaron Coeling Outside Wide Receivers: Antwan Toomer Running Backs: Armando Allen Defensive Line: Jason Brooks Quarterbacks: Klay Koester Defensive Backs: Greg Moss Special Teams: David Padilla The Match-up Not much of a rivalry here, as this will be the first contest ever between the two programs. Charleston Southern, from the FCS Big South Conference went 5-6 in 2018, which included a 53-6 loss to SEC Florida. In 2017 they went 6-5 and lost 49-0 to SEC Mississippi State. But those were different teams. Autry Denson is in his first year as a CFB Head Coach at CHSO, after spending the past five years as the Running Backs Coach at Notre Dame. However, this match-up will have eyebrows on both teams’ coaching staffs raised, as Denson brings an offensive system to CHSO that he describes as “Air Raid Offense with an attitude”: South Carolina just got through sampling a version of the Air Raid offense against North Carolina, and they didn’t like it too much. Key Match-ups In The Game As mentioned above, the Buccaneers will feature an Air Raid offense, and the Gamecocks got all they could stomach of that offense last week. This does not mean that the results will be anything like what happened against North Carolina. The talent level and depth should be substantially different between the two rosters, but hopefully the Gamecocks treat CHSO as if they are Alabama or Georgia coming to Williams-Brice, and give their best effort. Against Furman – the first and best opportunity we have of seeing just how Charleston Southern’s offense will work – the Buccaneer’s offense struggled. The team had a total of 18 first downs and 65 offensive plays, and gained 377 total offensive yards. Their starting QB Jack Chambers finished 18 for 25 for 192 yards, 0 touchdowns and 0 interceptions. CHSO got their scoring from their rushing offense, which gained 185 yards on 39 carries, and scored two touchdowns. South Carolina’s defense will need to respond better to the Charleston Southern Air Raid attack then they did to North Carolina’s, and hope that last week's game didn’t give CHSO’s offensive coordinator any ideas on how to exploit our defense. Furman’s own defense sacked Chambers 5 times: it’s not out of left field to expect our own DL to have similar opportunities. Against Furman, CHSO’s own defense struggled mightily. They allowed 509 total yards, 369 of it on the ground in 40 carries (9.2 ypc), and 5 of their total 6 touchdowns. Furman did not throw the ball much – only 23 times, but completed 17 of them for 140 yards and a touchdown, with 0 interceptions. Again, CHSO’s DL simply cannot be to UNC’s level, and the Gamecocks RB corps of Tavien Feaster, Rico Dowdle, and Mon Denson should be able to exploit it at least to the level of a Furman, one would think. South Carolina Will Win If Well, we need to play much better than last week. The team needs to open Williams-Brice in front of a vastly supportive home crowd fan-base, with some energy and intensity and outward appearance of actually wanting to win a football game, and win big. It needs to start and finish the game with some emotion as well – have some attitude that they were embarrassed a bit in their last game, and place a large percentage of that blame on Charleston Southern’s shoulders. Play as if they have an awful lot to prove – to themselves, their fanbase, and CFB Nation as well. Because frankly, they do. And play against the Bucanneers as if if they don’t score 100 points for the game, then it’s an automatic loss regardless of what CHSO scores. Of course, we don't have to score 100 points. But play the game as if we do. Play hard all game long - leave everything on the field. That's the only way this team will rid itself of the stench from last week's game, regardless of what the final score is. Do that, and we stand a good chance. Charleston Southern Will Win If We’ve seen this before. Even with FCS opponents, teams coming into our home stadium, and out-efforting us, and showing that the game means more to them than it does to us. And we’ve not been happy with the results. The Bucaneers cannot be coming into this game feeling good about themselves. At least the Citadel came into our game in 2015 with a 7-3 record, and was one of the top teams in their conference. They came in with confidence, and we were a dead team walking. Charleston Southern is 0-21 all time against FBS opponents. They are 5-6 against the Citadel, 6-8 against Coastal Carolina. Even 10-14 against Presbyterian, for goodness sakes. They are a combined 0-21 against South Carolina State and Wofford. So pretty much, the Buccaneers winning will depend on the Gamecocks more than it will on themselves. GamecockFanatics Prediction South Carolina Gamecocks 35 Charleston Southern Buccaneers 21
  17. Ryan Hilinski The QB how he impressed coaches and teammates so far Sept. 04, 2019 In a perfect world the Gamecocks would have a strong 2018 season, Bentley would ride off to the NFL and Hilinski would beat the field for the job to replace him. Reality that has all changed, a foot injury will sideline Bentley for between six weeks and the whole season. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  18. The scouting report on Hilinski Sept. 03, 2019 Before Ryan Hilinski arrived to South Carolina in January, he was one of the most decorated high school quarterbacks in the country. According to the 247Sports composite, Hilinski was the No. 2-ranked pro-style quarterback in the class of 2019 and listed as the No. 64 overall recruit in the country. The Orange Lutheran product was ranked No. 12 among all prospects from the state of California. (VIEW ARTICLE) FREE 247SPORTS
  19. Gamecock weekend on Hurricane watch Charleston Southern confident game vs. USC will be played Sept. 02, 2019 Charleston Southern is bracing for the impact for Hurricane Dorian by canceling most of its sporting events this week. But the Saturday game against South Carolina in Columbia is still on the schedule. The school canceled four events and tentatively has a women’s soccer game at Mercer on the docket. “Due to the elevated threat of Hurricane Dorian, classes, home athletic events, campus activities and campus visits at Charleston Southern University are canceled beginning Monday until further notice,” the school said in a statement Monday. A number of CSU games are canceled or in flux, but Saturday’s football game at the Gamecocks “will proceed as planned,” the school said.
  20. I had to go thru so old paperwork today. Made an awesome find. Sure hope to add another this year with just as much importance.
  21. Gamecocks defensive players with an attitude August 17, 2019 Offense vs. a defense that competition can get quite fierce. Senior quarterback Jake Bentley was reminded of that the hard way. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  22. Throwback Uni’s are gonna be revealed this week! Can’t wait to see the vid Justin King and the boys cook up for this! Hope they roll out some cool Black magic and Fire Ant defense shirts and etc
  23. Joyner remains ‘very confident’ about competition for No. 2 job August 10, 2019 Dakereon Joyner shrugged off most of the questions about the battle for the South Carolina Gamecocks backup quarterback spot. It probably helps that Joyner’s “very confident” he’ll eventually win the job, but he’s not going to get too caught up in the competition with Ryan Hilinski, to serve as the No. 2 behind Jake Bentley. “I don’t worry about it,” Joyner told reporters on Friday. “Just go out and compete every single day.” (VIEW ARTICLE) FREE 247SPORTS
  24. Special Teams Coleman Hutzler With (VIDEO) August 08, 2019 Who will replace Deebo Samuel. The Gamecocks are also looking for a kick returner. And when it comes to that spot, special teams coordinator Coleman Hutzler is still weighing his options. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  25. Two USC freshman defenders at key spot look promising August 03, 2019 Gamecock assistant Kyle Krantz has some promising defenders in the backfield for 2019 (VIEW ARTICLE)
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