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  1. Shane Beamer: Sunday Night Conference Calls Quotes and Audio (Zeb Noland will be our starting quarterback this week at Texas A&M)" Oct. 17, 2021 On Sunday, head coach Shane Beamer held his weekly teleconference with the media to reflect on the improbable victory and to glance ahead to Saturday’s road trip to Texas A&M. During the call, Beamer announced that Doty reinjured his foot in the win and that Noland will once again start for the Gamecocks. Noland led Carolina to wins over Eastern Illinois and East Carolina to open the season. Taking over for starting QB Luke Doty, the graduate transfer led the Gamecocks on an eight-play, 75-yard drive that ended in a game winning touchdown pass to Xavier Legette, which lifted USC to a 21-20 victory over the Commodores. In the process, recording the program’s 100th SEC victory since joining the league in 1992. Beamer: on Marshawn Lloyd, he's beat up with a little bit of an ankle issue. Same with Zaquandre White. "We hope all those guys will be able to go this week." Beamer: "Luke Doty reinjured his foot and he's iffy for this Saturday. Zeb Noland will be our starting quarterback this week at Texas A&M." Shane Beamer: "A lot to improve on and a lot to correct from last night. When you turn the ball over four times, it's going to be hard to win football games. We gave them 17 points off turnovers and still found a way to win the game. Beamer: "At the end of the day, it's a win. Our kids work way too hard during the week and 365 days a year to not celebrate every win." Beamer; says his team is beat up (injury wise) coming out of the game. Jaylen Dickerson has an ankle sprain, he's "iffy" for this week. Kevin Harris has a "little bit of an ankle, but we think he'll be fine." Beamer: says Noland's workload won't change much at all for this week as the starter. He's been competing with Luke for that job each week. Beamer: not happy with the 10 penalties against Vanderbilt, but easier to deal with because the majority weren't pre-snap penalties. Beamer: says he's not getting more frustrated with the offense for a lack of scoring. "I look at the explosives we created last night. We had 10 explosive plays last night. I'm not saying 21 points is enough, it's not. We've got to be able to score points more consistently. COACH BEAMER
  2. GamecockFanatics Offensive & Defensives Players of the Game vs. Vanderbilt Oct. 17, 2021 (ARTICLE)
  3. QB Zeb Noland quotes Oct. 16, 2021 QB Zeb Noland on @ColonelZebuliah: Yeah, that's pretty good. We're trying to get some t-shirts made QB Zeb Noland: I'm ready whenever .... You never know when your number's going to be called. I told them in the huddle, "Keep me clean and I got you. Let's roll"
  4. Grading the Gamecocks at the half-way point for the 2021 football season Oct. 13, 2021 Hard to believe we are all ready at the half way point, so what have the Gamecocks shown so far and their grade. Gamecocks are currently sitting at 3-3 overall and 0-3 in Southeastern Conference play heading into a fury of top notch competition which includes Auburn, Florida, Texas A&M and Clemson. Let's grade the team on how they performed: (ARTICLE)
  5. TV channel, kickoff time set for South Carolina road game at Texas A&M The Gamecocks play the Aggies on Oct. 23 at 7:30 p.m. in College Station, Texas, the SEC announced Monday. The game will be televised by SEC Network.
  6. I would like to see this young man on the field Saturday. ‘He is freaky.’ Why 6-foot-7 receiver EJ Jenkins could get more looks for the Gamecocks The catch won’t show up on any stat sheet. There’s no video of it, no evidence it even happened — other than the wide-eyed descriptions from South Carolina coaches. Shane Beamer called it one of the best catches he’s seen in his life. It happened last Thursday, two days before USC’s 23-14 win over Troy. Gathered in the team’s indoor practice facility and running a two-minute drill, the Gamecocks offense ran a post route over the middle of the field to seldom-used transfer tight end/wide receiver E.J. Jenkins. Beamer and the offensive coaching staff have been waiting for that kind of breakthrough moment for Jenkins, waiting for the freakish athlete from Fredericksburg, Virginia to make use of his uncommon size and bully defenders in the secondary. Along with quarterback Jason Brown — a former high school teammate — Jenkins transferred to USC from FCS school St. Francis in February. Jenkins’ arrival was met with intrigue and fanfare, if only for the mere fact that his physical measurables jump off the page. The redshirt senior caught a touchdown in USC’s spring game, and throughout the offseason coaches and players talked about his mismatch potential and how USC wanted to employ him both as a receiver out wide and as a tight end. Few highlight's from THE STATE To Read full article click the link: https://www.thestate.com/sports/college/university-of-south-carolina/usc-football/article254783637.html#storylink=cpy
  7. Will we get a "signature win" this year and if so who will we beat? Like most of you I suffered through the last two seasons without much about which to be excited. The 2019 win in Athens and last years defeat of Auburn were the only bright spots. As this season progresses I wonder ( and hope) we get a big win this year too. Being realistic there are probably only two more games where we'll be favored (Vandy and Missouri). There's no guarantee we will win those, but if we do; one more victory will be needed to get to .500 and a bowl. Do you think the Cocks will get that victory and if so, who will we upset. I'm going to go out on a thin limb and say we beat Florida by a field goal. I know; but hey, I'm a dreamer.
  8. GamecockFanatics Offensive & Defensives Players of the game vs. Troy Oct. 03, 2021 First off was a crazy game. It was another tough day at the office for the Gamecock rushing attack that just still cannot get going in Year 1 under offensive coordinator Marcus Satterfield. Defense is still the heart of the team while the offense still struggles to do anything on the ground and scores field goals instead of TD’s. So let’s dip in here and see who stood out to be the players of the game vs. Troy (ARTICLE)
  9. 3 players hold the key for a Gamecock victory 09/25/2021 WR JOSH VANN Vann has been flat-out spectacular over his first couple contests under Beamer and Satterfield. The former four-star recruit has already surpassed his season-highs in receiving yardage and is currently fourth in the SEC with an average of 94 yards per game. Vann looked the part of his recruiting pedigree last Saturday in Athens when he torched the Bulldogs secondary for 128 yards and a touchdown on three receptions. Perhaps as impressive, he’s averaging over 28 yards per catch on his 10 receptions this fall. QB LUKE DOTY Quarterback Luke Doty, will have to play a major role. His importance to the Gamecock offense should not be overlook. Doty’s legs can bring a game-changing type pace to the offense. He also flashed a rocket arm when he connected with Josh Vann (more on him in a bit) for a 36-yard score and the first touchdown Georgia surrendered this year. The offense doesn’t fall entirely on Doty South Carolina’s running backs also need to find some way to get going but if he can get into a rhythm early, it’ll bode well for a South Carolina team that could really use a win Saturday. CB CAM SMITH Smith’s foot that he had offseason surgery on was injured again against Georgia when it was stepped on. Shane Beamer has said the expectation is he can go, but that remains TBD. If Smith is healthy, he’ll likely be responsible for Kentucky receiver Wan’dale Robinson. Robinson has been one of the biggest breakout stars of the early season having gone over 100 yards in every game he’s played this year. He also ranks second in the league in receiving yards per game (112.3)and sixth in receptions per game (6).South Carolina’s back end has been largely OK despite preseason prognostications to the contrary. If the Gamecocks hope to slow Robinson, Smith will have to get physical and keep Robinson in front of him as best he can. You could also see plenty of nickel coverage from defensive coordinator Clayton White to give the Gamecocks an extra defensive back against Robinson and strong-armed signal-caller Will Levis.
  10. Shane Beamer Sunday night conference call with Audio & Quotes Sept. 19, 2021 Beamer: Sherrod Greene had surgery this morning after getting back from Athens. "Obviously he'll be out for a while." Beamer: Anticipates Zeb Noland being back for this Saturday night's game with Kentucky. Noland injured his hand versus Georgia. Beamer: Defense versus UGA: "3rd downs on defense were not good at all. One of the keys to the game was getting off the field on third down." Beamer: The end of the 1st half decision to try and pass out of the end zone. "We had made some plays in the passing game and we thought that might be an opportunity to hit a big play on them. I, not Marcus Satterfield, I told Marcus to take a shot." Beamer: "I gave Georgia five points. Beamer: Luke Doty's play, "it was really impressive what he did last night. Proud of him and the toughness he showed." Beamer: Cam Smith's injury. "He got that foot stepped on. We got an X-ray on it earlier today. We fully expect him to be ok for Saturday night." Beamer: learning to coach better moving forward, "I spent a lot time studying and thinking about situational football and was trying to be aggressive. I probably didn't put our players in the best position (right before halftime)." Beamer: evaluating the offensive line through three games. "We didn't do a lot good last night. That's all of us, coaches, offensive line, quarterbacks, running backs. We've got to continue to look at what our offensive line does well and continue to work on that." Beamer: "Give Georgia a lot of credit. I don't care who your offensive line is, you're going to have a hard time blocking that group." Beamer: UK week, "it's the next game. It's another SEC game. We got to be better." HC Shane Beamer
  11. From Beamers' Thursday night weekly radio show update on QB saturation Beamer said on Doty: He is as healthy as he has been since he suffered a sprained foot in the preseason, though it’s still unclear whether he can go on Saturday against No. 2 Georgia. “Luke is not sore today,” Beamer said. “Now does that mean he wakes up tomorrow and is sore? I don’t know. But he practiced (Thursday), Luke practiced (Wednesday), Luke practiced Tuesday. He hasn’t been sore all week.” Beamer said on Zeb: I’m proud of Zeb Noland and some of the throws that he made down the stretch (against ECU),” Beamer said. “He made some really, really great throws on Saturday. He managed the game better as the game went on. Zeb’s going to have to play really well for us Saturday night, as well as our entire football team.”
  12. South Carolina's veteran offensive lineman is officially moving on to professional football. Sadarius Hutcherson declared for the NFL Draft Wednesday night, putting to bed any speculation on if he'd return for his extra year of eligibility. He announced his decision on social media, penning an emotional message to South Carolina fans.
  13. Best Defensive line up 2021 if and it is an IF keep these guys out of the portal path. Like the look. What you fine folks see? Starting DE : Pickens Starting DE: Burch Back ups : Hemingway and Anderson Starting DT: Sandidge Starting DT: Huntley Backups : M. Scott. And True freshman Starting LB: Jones , JBrown , Kaba Backups : Louis , Green and any transfers Starting CB: Dixon and Smith Backups : Hill and Hunter Starting safeties : Sanders and Dickerson Backups : leg gette and Fortune
  14. For South Carolina, if Shane Beamer is the guy, what will that mean for Mike Bobo? 12/02/2020 If Shane Beamer is, in fact, the leader of the pack, like many first-year coaches, there is a good chance he will look to retain at least one member of the Will Muschamp coaching staff. And since Beamer does not have head coaching experience, it might be good advice — though extremely rare and almost unheard of — to keep offensive coordinator and interim coach Mike Bobo. First, a bit about Beamer, the presumptive favorite: Even though he’s 43, Beamer has coached multiple positions at several schools in the SEC, and in other leagues like the ACC and Big 12. Beamer played at Virginia Tech in the late 1990s under his father, Frank. Along with his father, the coaches who hired him before Lincoln Riley include Sylvester Croom, Steve Spurrier and Kirby Smart. Beamer has spent the past 3 seasons at Oklahoma. Riley hired Beamer from Georgia, where he was special teams coordinator and tight ends coach for 2 seasons under Smart. Beamer was hired to be assistant head coach for offense and to coach the team’s tight ends and H-backs. Before Georgia, Beamer was the associate head coach in charge of running backs at Virginia Tech from 2011-15. At the end of the 2014 season, he was the acting head coach at Tech for the Military Bowl while his father watched from the press box following throat surgery. He was the cornerbacks coach at South Carolina from 2007-08, then served as its linebackers coach/special teams coordinator from 2009-10. At South Carolina, Beamer coordinated the special teams under Spurrier and coached outside linebackers, and in his final 2 years was recruiting coordinator. He was nominated for the 2009 Broyles Award, which goes to the assistant coach of the year. (READ FULL ARTICLE FROM SDS)
  15. https://www.saturdaydownsouth.com/south-carolina-football/5-biggest-blunders-the-south-carolina-coaching-staff-made-in-2020/
  16. Gamecock WR Shi Smith indicates plans for 2021 season to Mike Bobo 11/30/2020 One of the Gamecocks’ steadiest offensive contributors over the last four seasons, senior wide receiver Shi Smith has, according to interim head coach Mike Bobo, made his plans for next year known. Expected to enter the 2021 National Football League Draft, Smith, despite being a senior, would have been able to return to Columbia next fall if he desired, as the National Collegiate Athletic Association decided in August to not count this season as a year of eligibility. A product of Union, South Carolina, located roughly 75 miles northwest of Columbia, Smith is leading the program in receiving this fall, having caught 54 passes for 605 yards and four touchdowns. For his career, he has appeared in 42 games, recording 171 receptions for 2,176 yards and 13 scores. Smith’s reception total is fourth-best in program history, trailing Alshon Jeffery by just 12 catches for third-place, and his 2,176 receiving yards are the ninth-most of any South Carolina player, 13 yards ahead of tenth-place Pharoh Cooper. The Gamecocks (2-7) are scheduled to travel to Lexington to clash with the Kentucky Wildcats (3-6) in their regular season finale on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. ET on the SEC Network. Smith missed the loss to the Georgia Bulldogs on November 28 with concussion-like symptoms, and it is currently unknown if he will be available on Saturday.
  17. Interesting!! Thoughts? Union Home Mortgage Gasparilla Bowl Raymond James Stadium (Tampa, Florida) Noon on ABC and the ESPN App Bonagura: Virginia vs. South Carolina Schlabach: Virginia Tech vs. South Carolina https://www.espn.com/college-football/story/_/id/30413502/college-football-bowl-projections-week-13
  18. Gamecocks offensive lineman Jordon Carty enters transfer portal Dec. 07, 2019 Reserve South Carolina offensive tackle Jordon Carty put his name into the NCAA transfer portal, a school spokesman confirmed Friday night. The 6-foot-7, 310-pound offensive tackle was in his third year in Columbia from South Florida. Carty did not play in any games in his three seasons. A three-star prospect put of high school, he was rated one of the top 850 recruits nationally in the 247 composite rankings. He had offers from Mississippi State, N.C. State and Kentucky.
  19. Former Arkansas coach and Clemson OC Chad Morris: He’s a guy who coached in the state and helped launch the dynasty in the Upstate. He’s also going to have his pick of any OC job he wants, and he might opt for more stability. Nothing to see here
  20. Game Recap: Football | 11/30/2019 No. 3 Clemson Defeats South Carolina 38-3 With Videos, Stats & More Trevor Lawrence threw for 295 yards and three touchdowns to lead No. 3 Clemson to its 27th straight victory and second consecutive 12-0 regular season with a 38-3 victory over rival South Carolina on Saturday. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  21. WATCH: Will Muschamp Weekly News Conference included select players with transcript & more Nov. 26, 2019 (View ARTICLE)
  22. Gamecocks shake up of offensive line has had no impact so far Nov. 26, 2019 Muschamp started making changes on the offensive line right after a poor performance in the season opener. The coaching staff now has toyed around with more changes heading into the rivalry game against Clemson Saturday. Muschamp promised changes in the running game through the weeks, and it seems each changeup or tweak hasn’t been very effective. The team has averaged fewer than 2.7 yards per carry in three of the past four games. (VIEW ARTICLE)
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