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  1. Sunday Night Muschamp Tele-Conference Notes & Audio Nov. 10, 2019 USC coach Will Muschamp has a simple solution to winning more football games with the Gamecocks. Run the ball better. Coming off a loss to Appalachian State in which his offense produced just 21 rushing yards, Muschamp said he has directed his offensive staff to come up with new personnel packages and formations to help the running game. Muschamp said in games they have run the ball well, they have won. The Gamecocks are 4-6 with games at Texas A&M and home to Clemson left. They have to win both to quality for a bowl. The Aggies are 10 point favorites. Will Muschamp conference call Some of Muschamp’s key comments: Felt they were very good on defense against Appalachian, disappointing on special teams. Gave up 10 points related to kickoff returns. Tavien Feaster, OrTre Smith and AJ Turner questionable for this weekend while Bryan Edwards and Shi Smith are good to go against Texas A&M. Said they had 7 drops Saturday and thought Ryan Helinski was accurate in his passes. In light of recent coaching developments (Taggart fired after 21 games, Morris after 22), said he feels his administration (university president and AD) remain supportive of him. Disputed a question asking why his team has more injuries than any other SEC team. Doubted that claim was accurate considering the team’s don’t release detailed injury reports. Added that they’ve had 4 season ending injuries this season, the average is 4-6. What Muschamp said about his support from administration, conversations with Tanner Sunday night After a night when his team struggled in a myriad of ways, South Carolina football coach Will Muschamp said he still feels good about the support he has from his administration. His team is sitting at 4-6 and in danger of falling to 4-8 as it projects to be a double-digit underdog each of the final two games. But when he spoke Sunday night after the loss to Appalachian State, he spoke as a man looking forward. “Everybody’s been very positive, supportive,” Muschamp said. “What we need to do moving forward, and that’s what you know, we’re excited about, not where we are but where we’re moving. And we’ve made a lot of strides. A lot of progress, being a program that in the first three years of the staff won more games than anyone else has. And we’ve had some inconsistencies this year that have been frustrating. We’re looking forward to battling out of it.”
  2. Appalachian State Beats Gamecocks 20-15 Nov. 10, 2019 Zac Thomas ran for a touchdown and Nicholas Ross scored on a 20-yard interception return as Appalachian State beat its second Power Five program of the season - and first from the Southeastern Conference - with a 20-15 victory over South Carolina on Saturday night. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  3. Which Gamecocks have locked in redshirts, who is getting closer this week Nov. 06, 2019 This does not include a bowl game if eligible. The math on Carolina's redshirt situation is built on the large question of the postseason. The Gamecocks have a lot of work to do to make a bowl, needing to take two of three from Appalachian State, Texas A&M and Clemson to get it done. In either case, some Carolina players have already secured redshirt seasons for 2019, while others are right on the edge. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  4. Gamecocks youth movement brought on by injuries Nov. 07, 2019 When Jakai Moore entered the starting lineup on Saturday night for Carolina it was one thing. The fact redshirt freshman Deshaun Fenwick got 18 carries while true freshman Kevin Harris got 10 was another. The Gamecocks have stumbled lately either by injury, necessity and whatever else into a youth movement. After Saturday’s win against Vanderbilt, the kids are looking all right. All told, the Gamecocks started only four freshmen, three true. They played at least 9 more, including three in the defensive backfield, four in the offensive backfield, plus a few more. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  5. Latest on the injury front: Gamecocks’ top rusher questionable for Saturday’s game vs Appalachian State Nov. 05, 2019 South Carolina football is set to get running back Rico Dowdle and a slew of other players back off a knee injury this week. But the status of fellow runner Tavien Feaster is now questionable. Gamecocks coach Will Muschamp said Feaster missed practice with a groin issue. That’s one of the few pieces of bad new for a team set to get back a cluster of players. Other Injuries Muschamp said Dowdle, defensive end Brad Johnson, linebacker Damani Staley, offensive lineman Dylan Wonnum, wide receiver Shi Smith, defensive tackle Keir Thomas should be back this week. Offensive tackle Jaylen Nichols remains out with an ankle, while a hamstring issue has running back A.J. Turner is questionable.
  6. Transfer tight end Nick Muse his season is done with a torn ACL Nov. 04, 2019 Transfer tight end Nick Muse answered a big question for South Carolina’s football team. Now, after news broke that his season is done with a torn ACL, the Gamecocks yet again face questions at their tight end spots. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  7. GAMECOCKFANATICS OFFICIAL PREVIEW & PREDICTION THREAD: South Carolina Gamecocks vs Vanderbilt Commodores Who: Vanderbilt Commodores (2-5, 1-3) vs South Carolina Gamecocks (3-5, 2-4) When: Saturday November 2, 2019 Kick-off: 7:30 pm ET Where: Williams-Brice Stadium, Columbia, SC TV: SEC Network The Gamecocks return home for their final conference home game of 2019, as they welcome the Commodores of Vanderbilt in an SEC-East Divisional match-up between two teams who are moving in opposite directions of late. The Gamecocks’ bowl bid chances for the season are on life-support, while the Commodores’ own chances are not that far behind. This Saturday’s game will also be a rare night game for the Gamecocks – just the second such game scheduled thus far for the season, in the 9th game. South Carolina will be looking to reverse a bad trend of two losses in a row, while the Commodores – a badly struggling team for much of their season, are coming in off of an impressive home win over previously top-25 ranked Missouri. The Coaches USC Gamecocks Head Coach: Will Muschamp (age 48), 4th year, 25-22 (53-43 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 VU Commodores Head Coach: Derek Mason (age 50), 6th year, 26-43 Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks: Gerry Gdowski Defensive Coordinator/Inside Linebackers: Jason Tarver Special Teams Coordinator/Tight Ends: Devin Fitzsimmons Cornerbacks: Terrence Brown Defensive Backs: Marc Mattioli Running Backs: Tim Horton Wide Receivers: Aaron Moorehead Outside Linebackers: Matt Weikert Defensive Line: Jovan Haye Offensive Line: Cameron Norcross The Series Match-up This season's game is the 29th in the series that dates back to an odd game in 1961: the 2nd game would come as conference rivals in USC’s first year as a member of the SEC in 1992. South Carolina holds a commanding 24-4 series lead overall: Vanderbilt’s 4 wins have come in two 2-win spurts in 1998 and 1999 – the infamous 1-21 Gamecock seasons – and in 2007 and 2008. South Carolina currently holds a 10-game win streak, with an average score of 25.9-15.3. Being SEC divisional conference match-ups, the games have typically been tightly contested, however last season the Gamecocks won 37-14 in Nashville, TN – the largest margin of victory between the two schools since 2004. Key Match-ups For The Game Vanderbilt comes into the game with struggles along both the offense and defense. They are 14th in the SEC in six of the eight primary statistical categories: they are 10th in Passing Offense (USC is 8th), and they are 12th in Passing Defense (USC is 13th). By far the most secure understanding of what Vanderbilt will bring on offense will be their top running back in Ke’Shawn Vaughn: Vaughn IS the Vanderbilt rushing attack at this point of their season, with 131 of their 208 carries, 703 of their 894 rushing yards, and 6 of their 7 total rushing touchdowns. He is currently the 2nd-leading rusher in the SEC behind UGA’s Swift, and with Swift one of the only 2 backs currently averaging north of 100 yds per game thus far in the season. So he’s not a secret in the SEC, but it also has not stopped Vaughn from producing at a high level this season. USC will first need to contain Vaughn’s effectiveness at running for big gains, and we will go a LONG way to nullifying the Commodore offense. The passing game for the Commodores is much less certain. They have two transfers leading the way at QB: Ball State graduate transfer Riley Neal has been the starter for most of the season, but lost his spot to former Syracuse QB and JUCO transfer Mo Hasan against Missouri, their last game. Hasan was impressive in that game, but suffered a concussion from a targeting hit during the game, but not before the win was secured. It was the only official appearance this season for the Commodores for Hasan, but afterwards, Mason declared Hasan the starting QB going forward, with Neal as his back-up. The Commodores had their bye week last week, so they have had an extra week to prepare for our game, but Mason stated during his pre-game presser Tuesday that Hasan was still in Concussion protocol. That doesn’t tell us if he will start this Saturday, or what practices if any he’s taken these two weeks, or perhaps its just coach-speak and Mason doesn’t wish to show his hand too soon. Whether or not the Commodore passing attack can be effective will help their rushing attack with Vaughn flourish, so this will be a key development as the week progresses. And our own passing defense has been struggling mightily lately: after the UGA game, it seems to have regressed, actually. As for our own team personnel, Hilinski seems to have moved past his earlier arm and knee injuries, and is practicing fully with the team. Back-up QB Kerion Joyner is still recovering from his hamstring, but declared during the Gamecock pre-game presser he’s feeling as good as he has in several weeks. LB Ernest Jones and OL Sandarius Hutcherson are expected to play – OL Dylon Wonnum, RB Rico Dowdle, and DB/RB AJ Turner are out. South Carolina Will Win If The Gamecock defense needs to execute better against the pass. It has been taking a step back in recent games, and needs to be aggressive against QBs and WRs who have not really been consistent all season. If the defensive front seven can keep Vaughn contained (he is also the Dores’ 2nd-leading receiver) and force the Vanderbilt passing attack to move the ball, things should turn our way, but that requires the Gamecock secondary to hold the line. Vanderbilt’s offense has the 2nd-fewest turnovers in the SEC, so they won’t be hurting themselves too often this Saturday, unless we force them to. Offensively, Hilinski and the Gamecock passing attack need to be better than it was versus Tennessee, especially on key downs. The game-plan needs to be sound as well. Vanderbilt is also last in the SEC in QB sacks and Interceptions as well, and next to last in Tackles for Loss, so the Gamecock offensive line shouldn’t be expected to be pressured too harshly, but I also thought we’d be OK versus Tennessee, and they had their game of the season against us. Feaster going off for another huge game will help as well. Vanderbilt Will Win If There will be very little the Gamecock coaching staff will have on film to plan for Hasan. It may not matter if our Secondary produces another stink bomb against the pass like it did last week. Vanderbilt will still feature the effectiveness of Vaughn, and pass the ball around what he can produce. The Commodores had a bye week of preparation against us, and we’re probably a little downcast from the loss last week. Hopefully the Gamecock fan-base is not, and is ready to fire up the team for a night-time SEC home game. But Vanderbilt should be fired up as well off of their Missouri win, and if we continue to struggle on both sides of the ball, the Commodores could end our win streak at 10….. Gamecock Fanatics Prediction South Carolina 35, Vanderbilt 24
  8. Doty, Hilinski will work together while building a friendship Oct. 31, 2019 QB Luke Doty and QB Ryan Hilinski will be teammates stating next year and both will be battling for quarterback spot the next few years at South Carolina. But according to Doty, that won’t get in the way of the friendship the two are building. Doty, the senior quarterback at Myrtle Beach, text Hilinski birthday wishes Thursday on way to Seahawks’ game in Florence against Wilson High. Hilinski turned 19 on Thursday. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  9. Football 10/29/2019 Kinlaw Named Bednarik Semifinalist One of 20 on List for Defensive Player of the Year Award University of South Carolina defensive tackle Javon Kinlaw has been named a semifinalist for the Chuck Bednarik Award, which recognizes the Outstanding Defensive Player of the Year, the Maxwell Football Club announced today. Kinlaw, a 6-6, 310-pound senior, has filled up the stat line with 23 tackles including 5.0 sacks, tied for third in the SEC, three quarterback hurries, a pair of fumble recoveries and a blocked kick. Kinlaw, who some NFL experts have labeled a first-round NFL draft pick, was the SEC Defensive Lineman of the Week for his performance at Georgia, and was a midseason All-American by both the AP (first team) and The Athletic (second team). The field of 20 contenders is comprised of fresh faces, all of whom are making their debuts as Bednarik Award semifinalists. Six different conferences are represented, led by six student-athletes from the SEC and five from the Big Ten. The 2018 Bednarik Award went to Kentucky's Josh Allen. Semifinalist voting will begin on Wednesday Oct. 30 and will close on Nov. 24. Three finalists will be announced on Nov. 25 and a second round of voting will take place at that time. Eligible voters include Maxwell Football Club members, NCAA head football coaches, sports information directors and selected national media. The winner of the 25th Chuck Bednarik Award will be announced as part of the ESPN Home Depot College Football Awards Show presented by Gildan, which will be broadcast live on ESPN on Dec. 12, 2019. The formal presentation of the award will be made at the Maxwell Football Club's Awards Dinner on Friday, March 6, 2020 at the Tropicana Casino & Resort in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
  10. USA Today: Where Muschamp’s salary, buyout stack up in the SEC Oct. 22, 2019 Earlier this season, there was a considerable amount of consternation about the Gamecocks football coaches’ buyout and salary among the Gamecocks fanbase. On Tuesday, USA Today delivered a more clear picture of where he stood in the SEC. Muschamp is the seventh-highest paid coach in the conference according to the annual database and 23rd overall. His buyout as of Dec. 1 would rank 15th. The database has his salary listed at $4.4 million, with up to $1.4 million in possible bonuses. He earned $175,000 in bonuses last season. His buyout is listed at $19.44 million. That buyout, which is 75% of his remaining contract that runs five more years, drew some flack when the team dropped to 1-3 earlier this year. The buyout, which is probably too much to pay this season, is ahead of successful coaches such as Dan Mullen ($12 million) and Michigan’s Jim Harbaugh ($11.69 million), but behind less proven coaches such as Purdue’s Jeff Brohm ($27.65 with a 15-18 record) and Nebraska’s Scott Frost ($20.7 million with a 8-11 record at Nebraska). Clemson’s Dabo Swinney is first in the county in salary at $9.255 million with a $50 million buyout. Texas A&M’s Jimbo Fisher is fourth in salary at $7.5 million, but his buyout is $60.625 million. Other SEC coaches making more than Muschamp are Nick Saban (Alabama), Gus Malzahn (Auburn), Kirby Smart (Georgia), Mullen (Florida) and Mark Stoops (Kentucky).
  11. Carolina - Appalachian State Football Game Time Set Gamecocks to Host Mountaineers on Saturday, Nov. 9 The University of South Carolina football team will host the Appalachian State Mountaineers on Saturday, Nov. 9, at Williams-Brice Stadium in Columbia. Game time has been set for 7 pm ET, and the game will be televised on ESPN2. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  12. Will Muschamp conference call with audio & notes Oct. 27, 2019 The good feelings from the upset win over Georgia have evaporated from the USC program. Maybe there were some residuals after a hard fought loss to Florida, but Saturday’s upset defeat at the hands of Tennessee wiped that slate clean. The Gamecocks are once again favorites this week (15 points) over Vanderbilt in what is an absolute, no question about it, must win game if they want to go bowling in December/ January. On his conference call Sunday night, Will Muschamp reviewed the good and the bad of Saturday’s loss and updated the injuries. Some key notes from the Will Muschamp conference call Did some good things in run game in 1st half. Went 0-9 third down second half. Got whipped up front in 2nd half. Had hard time protecting QB. Thought defensively they played pretty well except for the 7 big passes, and those came against 7-plus pass protection packages. Special teams gives up 14 points and lose field position on the road, you lose the game. Dowdle, Staley, Dylan Wonnum will remain out for Vanderbilt. Expects Hutcherson and Jones to play. Kevin Harris could be back in another week. AJ Turner still bothered by hamstring and did not look good in practice Sunday. They didn’t block well enough on the edges to protect the quarterback in the second half, and they have to stick with the running game to help those tackles. They have to look at some things schematically in the secondary but he feels they are playing their best players right now. He’s not had any conversations yet with Jake Bentley about his future plans. Said Bentley has been a great teammate working with the QBs, isn’t able to travel with the team, and he will be welcomed back if he wants to return.
  13. RB Deshaun Fenwick could get some chances against Tennessee Saturday in Knoxville Oct. 25, 2019 Gamecock for the most part have primarily been a two-running back team this season, with Rico Dowdle and Tavien Feaster carrying the load, and Mon Denson stepping up when Rico Dowdle hurt his knee against Florida. Now with Rico out this weekend, Deshaun Fenwick could get some chances against Tennessee Saturday. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  14. WATCH: Will Muschamp post game press conference vs Tennessee Oct. 26, 2019, | Courtesy of 247Sports
  15. Gamecocks down a player suspended after arrest on domestic violence charge Oct. 20, 2019 Gamecock DB Jamel Cook was suspended indefinitely following a Friday arrest on a domestic violence charge. After being arrested by the Columbia Police Department, he was booked at 1:36 a.m. and released at 12:53 p.m., records show. According to a police incident report: “Cook is accused of physically assaulting a female several times about the body during an argument while at the 700 block of Gadsden Street.”
  16. No. 9 Florida Bounces Back With 38-27 Win Over Gamecocks With Videos, Gallery, Stats & More Oct. 19, 2019 Kyle Trask threw for a career-high four touchdowns, three in the fourth quarter, to help No. 9 Florida bounce back from its loss at LSU and outlast South Carolina 38-27 on Saturday. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  17. Dakereon Joyner what role will he play Saturday Oct. 18, 2019 Dakereon Joyner was set to take command of the Gamecocks offense Saturday against Georgia, he received a quick message from a member of the team. Center Donell Stanley has been in Columbia going on six years, and he’s not the worst guy to give a little perspective. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  18. GAMECOCKFANATICS OFFICIAL PREVIEW & PREDICTION THREAD: South Carolina Gamecocks vs #9 Florida Gators Who: Florida Gators (6-1, 3-1) vs South Carolina Gamecocks (3-3, 2-2) When: Saturday October 19, 2019 Kick-off: 12:00 pm ET Where: Williams-Brice Stadium, Columbia, SC TV: ESPN The Gamecocks return to friendly confines with a groundswell of confidence and momentum with their upset victory over #3 ranked Georgia in Athens, as they play host to another top 10 ranked SEC opponent in 9th-ranked Florida Gators. The game will be another noon kick-off, and televised on ESPN. The Coaches USC Gamecocks Head Coach: Will Muschamp (age 48), 4th year, 25-20 (53-41 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/Nickle Backs/Sam Linebackers: Kyle Krantz Outside Linebackers: Mike Peterson UF Gators Head Coach: Dan Mullen (age 47), 2nd year, 16-4 (85-50 as Head Coach – 11th year) Defensive Coordinator: Todd Grantham Co-Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line: John Hevesy Co-Offensive Coordinator/Wide Receivers: Billy Gonzales Special Teams Coordinator/Running Backs: Greg Knox Safeties: Ron English Quarterbacks: Brian Johnson Tight Ends: Larry Scott Cornerbacks: Torrian Gray Defensive Line: David Turner Linebackers: Christian Robinson The Series Match-up This season's game will be the 39th in the series that dates back to 1911. Florida holds a 27-9-3 overall series advantage, although South Carolina has been more competitive in recent years, with 5 wins in the previous 9 seasons, and 6 wins over the previous 14 seasons. Will Muschamp is 1-2 against as Gamecock Head Coach against the program he debuted as a college head coach in 2011, while Dan Mullen is 1-0 versus South Carolina as UF Head Coach, and 2-2 overall at both Florida and Mississippi State. Key Match-ups In The Game Florida brings another top defense in the nation to Williams-Brice. The Gamecocks have faced 3 of their 5 FBS opponents thus far with scoring defenses in the national top 14 (UGA #6, Missouri #11, Alabama #14), and Florida comes in at #10 in that regard. One thing that will be a major impact to Florida’s defense will be the game status of the Gator’s top two pass rushers in LB Jon Greenard and DE Jabari Zuniga. Both players were unable to play last week in their loss against LSU due to ankle injuries, and are expected to be game-time decisions for our game. The Gators have dealt with injuries to other players this season, and still come in 6-1, but those two losses may be too much to overcome for Florida. South Carolina is also dealing with it’s own injury situation to a key player, in QB Ryan Hilinski. Coach Muschamp stated in his SEC Conference Media call-in Sunday that Hilinski just has a sprained knee, and is “expected” to play Saturday, but we’ll really not know until he tries to practice and see how his knee responds. QB Kereon Joyner, who came into the season as the 3rd-string QB behind original starter Jake Bentley and Hilinski, and has also played at WR, is the projected starter for USC should Ryan not be able to go. Even without their top 2 players on defense, playing a 3rd-string QB against a stout defense like Florida’s is not the best scenario, but Joyner performed well in the 2nd half against Georgia, who’s own defense is higher ranked. South Carolina Will Win If The Gamecock defense played outstanding last week against UGA, who came into the game with what was considered one of the better offensive lines in the nation. Florida’s own OL is not in their league, ranking towards the bottom in the SEC in sacks allowed (10th in SEC with 14 sacks in 7 gms – USC’s allowed 13 in 6 gms, tied for 8th in SEC) and tackles for loss (13th with 39 TFL in 7 gms – USC’s allowed 26 in 6 gms, good for 2nd in SEC). Florida has also feasted on weaker competition, with 23 sacks and 42 TFL versus Miami, UT-Martin, Tennessee, and Towson, versus only 3 sacks and 9 TFL versus Kentucky, Auburn, and LSU. If South Carolina can dominate the lines of scrimmage again for the 2nd week in a row, and the DL attack UF’s susceptible OL, they can fluster the Gator’s Trask, who is having as productive a season as UGA’s Fromm has. Florida’s run game has not been as productive in 2019 as UGA’s (UGA is 16th nationally in run offense, compared to Florida ranked 93rd), so that should allow the Gamecocks to rush 3 and focus on containing the strength of the Gator offense, which is their passing game with Trask. This will mean another strong effort from Mukuamu and Horn, and the Gamecock Secondary. Florida Will Win If Florida also has feasted on it’s weaker opponents offensively, out-scoring Miami, UT-Martin, Tennessee, and Towson 141 to 23, while only out-scoring Kentucky, Auburn, and LSU 81-76. A lot will depend on how well the Gamecock offense produces at home with our QB situation, and whether the Gator defense is healthy. They are still pretty stout, so if they are able to penetrate USC’s OL and harass our QB, and prevent Dowdle and Feaster from being productive, they could stifle our offense, and make it one-dimensional and put pressure on our battered passer(s). If the Gator OL can keep Trask clean and give him time, he’ll pick our still improving Secondary apart. Gamecock Fanatics Prediction South Carolina 31, Florida 27
  19. Gamecocks came up with a huge victory Saturday. Now the question is how will the Gamecocks respond to it? Oct. 15, 2019 It’s a rare moment when Gamecock coach Will Muschamp will dwell on the flows of a season or a topic so negative. It’s not usually how he operates, especially after a win as big as the one the Gamecocks pulled off against Georgia, easily the biggest of his tenure. But in the afterglow of it all, he raised the question. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  20. yan Hilinski makes a promise to his defensive teammates Oct. 03, 2019 QB Ryan Hilinski was coming off very bad performance as a Gamecock starter. In his very first SEC road game he started, the young quarterback completed less than 50 percent of his passes. He even helped in contributed to a defensive touchdown when he tried to bat down a ball and it was ruled a fumble, and later threw an interception that went back for a touchdown to put the game out of reach. This was on an afternoon when the Gamecocks defense held up fairly well. The following day he showed leadership, accepting responsibility and asked for something from one of the coaches. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  21. Several Gamecocks among SEC's most productive players Oct. 05, 2019 Several Gamecocks are among the most productive players in the SEC. South Carolina’s open week could affect the standing for a few of those guys, but they’ll still remain among the league’s best when play resumes next weekend in Athens, Ga. Where senior running back Rico Dowdle and a few of his teammates sit after five games? Let’s take a look at their standing in some of those individual stat categories. We’ve also got updates on a few team numbers. (VIEW ARTICLE) FREE 247SPORTS
  22. Looking at the SEC sack stats we got 3 in the top 10. All 3 are SR's and should all 3 get drafted high.
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    On Monday, the conference announced that kickoff between the Gamecocks and Georgia Bulldogs is set for noon and will be broadcast on ESPN.
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