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  1. Chris and the gang has a great website along with his informative and enjoyable podcast so make sure to visit Enjoy the show fanatics!!! SEPTEMBER 20, 2019 by NOAH PATHEJA / LINK: THESPURSUPSHOW Three Bold Predictions For Gamecocks vs. Missouri South Carolina(1-2) is coming off a hard fought loss to Alabama last week while Missouri(2-1) is coming off of a dominant win against Southeast Missouri State. South Carolina has a few things they need to fix if they want to make a bowl game this year, but the offense under Ryan Hilinski looks promising. This is also a game that Muschamp has to win if he wants the hot seat to cool down a little bit. Here are my three bold predictions for tomorrow: Kelly Bryant will have only one passing touchdown South Carolina’s defense gave up 444 passing yards and five passing touchdowns against Alabama at home last weekend. The secondary took responsibility for their disappointing performance, and I believe they’ll make the right adjustments to slow down Kelly Bryant. The biggest threat to South Carolina’s secondary is tight end Albert Okwuegbunam, who has the most receiving touchdowns for the Tigers this year. I think South Carolina’s secondary is too talented to let Kelly Bryant dominate this game. Rico Dowdle will rush for over 100 yards again South Carolina has really struggled to establish a run game under Muschamp. Last week, Dowdle had 12 carries for 102 yards against Alabama’s defense and he clearly established himself as the top running back on the roster. It confuses me that Ryan Hilinski threw it 57 times when Dowdle was getting it done on the ground. Missouri has the #70 rushing defense in the country, and I expect Dowdle to run all over them. This is also Ryan Hilinski’s first road game, and it’ll be interesting to see how comfortable he is. South Carolina will score on every red zone trip The Gamecocks are struggling again with red zone offense. On the last drive of the first half last week, South Carolina had four chances to score from four yards out. The first play was a run, and Dowdle got the offense to the one yard line. The next three pays consisted of two incomplete passes and a botched run. I’m willing to bet that the coaching staff worked on red zone offense in practice this week because South Carolina put up 459 yards of offense last week and only scored 23 points. A lot of that has to do with red zone struggles. Conclusion These are BOLD predictions for tomorrow. I have to emphasize it now because most of these aren’t supposed to come true. It would be great if they did, but I can’t control the game. I do expect a very exciting game against a division opponent. I’m also expecting South Carolina to beat the Tigers, 21-10.
  2. Coach Will Muschamp weekly notes & quotes Sept. 10, 2019 | From USC Sports Information | GCF Staff Report Head Coach Will Muschamp Quotes Opening Statement "Great opportunity for our football team and our program. We've got a lot of respect for their program and obviously for Nick (Saban). Offensively, it all starts with the quarterback. Tua (Tagovailoa) is an outstanding player, very accurate with the football - close to 80 percent this year as far as his completion percentage. He has legs. He can create off-rhythm plays, as we say, that are very difficult to defend. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  3. Ryan Hilinski’s debut was just the beginning Sept. 08, 2019 His day was near as perfect as one could write it. He hit his first 12 passes. When it looked as if he was only feasting on short throws, he hit a 60-yard bomb for a touchdown. The team scored 70-plus points and posted its most yards ever. No it was not against Alabama, but you play whoever is in front of you that day. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  4. Game week 2: Talking Charleston Southern Buccaneers (Discussion Thread) Sept. 02, 2019 Next up comes the home opener with Charleston Southern (0-1) of the lower-tier Football Championship Subdivision. Will any other QBs — Ryan Hilinski or Dakereon Joyner — get a chance to play? Muschamp said those plans are yet to be finalized. “We’re evaluating everything right now moving forward,” Muschamp said. “We’ll know more as we move forward.” CSU fell by 33 points in its opener to Furman, making South Carolina’s next game — at least on paper — one that allows for reserve players to see field time. Michael Scarnecchia and Joyner, Bentley’s backups last season, finished USC’s rout of Chattanooga, the Gamecocks’ lone game against an FCS foe. Hilinski, a freshman and four-star prospect from California, beat Joyner for the No. 2 job last month. Asked when he’ll decide if anyone besides Bentley takes snaps against CSU, Muschamp said the staff would meet Sunday night. “We’ll move through that,” Muschamp said. “There’s a lot of variables with that. It wasn’t all one person (against UNC), I can assure you of that.” While QB evaluation continues, South Carolina will tweak its offensive line against the Buccaneers. Bentley was sacked three times against the Tar Heels and the Gamecocks gained just 34 rushing yards after halftime.bUSC, from left to right tackle, started Sadarius Hutcherson, Donell Stanley, Hank Manos, Eric Douglas, and Dylan Wonnum, in Charlotte. “We’re going to look at some different combinations,” Muschamp said. “I’m not ready to comment right now. We talked today as staff. We had practice (Sunday) and shuffled some guys around. We’ll continue to do that before Tuesday’s practice. ... We had too much penetration. INJURY REPORT Muschamp said Sunday night that cornerback A.J. Turner, receiver OrTre Smith, and safety J.T. Ibe — all potential starters or immediate backups — practiced Sunday after missing the North Carolina game with injuries. HURRICANE WATCH As Hurricane Dorian continues its threat toward the state, Muschamp said he and USC athletics director Ray Tanner has yet to discuss possible contingency plans for Saturday’s game. “The important thing is securing our coast and the people on the coast,” Muschamp said. “Whatever happens, happens. There’s nothing we can really control as far as those situations. Those decisions are in great hands.” Hurricane Florence caused South Carolina to cancel its 2018 game with Marshall.
  5. On the Gamecock defense. What is the problem from your point of view? Quick look back in UK 2017 and Gamecocks gave up a ton of yards. Look back to last year, Gamecocks were destroyed by UGA, UK, Mizzou, Ole Miss, A&M, Clemson, UVA and now UNC has done it with a freshman and add in their ground game to boot. What is the deal? What needs to change? Is it the players or the scheme? I will say Aaron Sterling needs to be a situational player only! Like to see the Gamecocks start JJ Engabare and let Ellis spell him and get Joe Anderson ready. Gamecocks need beef. Also, Jam Williams needs to be a ST only player and moved to offense. What you say?
  6. Jones: 'That's something that probably needed to happen Sept. 02, 2019 Deep within the bowels of Bank of America Stadium on Saturday night, South Carolina Gamecocks linebacker Ernest Jones offered a sobering take on the 24-20 loss to North Carolina. “We can’t really dwell on it now, it happened,” he said. “We’re going to learn from it. We’re going to be a great team. We’re going to be a good team. “That’s something that probably needed to happen.” Why is that? “I’m not sure. You’ve got to be – I guess I would say, humbled, sometimes,” Jones said. “That’s all I’ve got.” (VIEW ARTICLE) FREE 247SPORTS
  7. Little clip from THE STATE to read full article CLICK NOW Early lines available for South Carolina football’s first game in 2019 for months now, not to mention odds for the Gamecocks’ other games and SEC title chances. Read more here: https://www.thestate.com/sports/college/university-of-south-carolina/usc-football/article234396752.html#storylink=cpy State: What’s been the history of the line and which was has it been moving lately? David Purdum: There’s been some pretty significant movement, just recently. Today, in fact, it went from eight all the way to 9.5 in some books. It opened around eight, dropped back down to 7.5 earlier, but then some money came in on South Carolina today and pushed that number back up. Now making the number move from 8.5 to nine, 7.5 to eight, those aren’t what they call key numbers, but it is a pretty significant move from the opener, which again … South Carolina was about a 7.5 point favorite when it opened, now up to 9.5 in most books. Read more here: https://www.thestate.com/sports/college/university-of-south-carolina/usc-football/article234396752.html#storylink=cpy
  8. I sure do wish we could play Florida in the next week or two. And I sure do pray we don't come out that sloppy. It's really sad because Miami wasn't much better. They really should have won but their mistakes cost them to much. I know Florida's got 6 more games before us.but hopefully they won't fix everything.
  9. Bentley Named to Johnny Unitas Award Watch List Senior Listed Among Top Quarterbacks for National Award University of South Carolina senior quarterback Jake Bentley has been named to the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award® preseason Watch List, it was announced today. The award, which is sponsored by A. O. Smith Corporation, is given annually in the United States to the nation's outstanding senior or fourth-year quarterback in college football. Candidates are judged on accomplishments on the field as well as on their character, scholastic achievement, and leadership qualities. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  10. With Pollard's decision to end his career and Eric Hinson's absence due to his heart condition, someone is going to need to step up at the TE position and take over the lead role. Not knowing if Nick Muse will be eligible. So, who can we count on? Right now, the first guy in line has to be Kyle Markway. He's the one guy returning with the most experience right now (and that's limited.) I think the pressure is on him to be the first team TE. TE position of strength is now looking weak.
  11. I am going to skip on AJ for now. Looks like he will be a starting CB this year any way. Some thoughts in regards to the other Seniors... Mon, Rico, and Traevon I am sure most college Sr's are hoping to shine enough to get an NFL team interested in them. That's the dream. To be a pro and make that money. Here you are, a RB at an SEC school that is about to get enormous TV coverage. I imagine you want your team to win, but you also want to be one of the ones helping that happen. So right now all three are busting it in hopes of being one of the 2 starters. And also trying to be the one that gets the most handoffs. I mean its great to get playing time, but if the other guy gets most of the plays, that's not helping you get noticed. I feel all 3 of them are going to be great this year. And they are going to get rotated a lot to keep a fresh guy in there. And every time they get the ball they are going to be killing it to do good enough to get it more. It would be great to see a couple get 100+ yards in a game and the other not far behind. Jake would have a dream job too; just hand it off 4 or 5 times then throw a bomb on an RPO because the opposing D expects another run. Having explosive RB's will truly be special this season.
  12. USC freshman tailback Kevin Harris making his mark early on in fall practice August 08, 2019 Freshman tailback Kevin Harris, is pushing the other players. Brown had this to say. “In the offseason, we’ve been pairing him at times with other guys in the room because he’s kind of a workout warrior and he makes those guys work out harder, You’re talking about a guy you know can squat about 600 pounds and you know 40 inch vertical whatever he did in summertime. It’s really impressive numbers.” (VIEW ARTICLE)
  13. QB Dakereon Joyner talks football goals for this fall August 07, 2019 The second-year passer has that dual-threat tag. He’s explosive with the ball, a strong and powerful runner. But when he reflects on his offseason, the moments that stood out were vibrant with a different sort of energy. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  14. Gamecocks lose JUCO transfer defensive lineman Devontae Davis to injury, likely for the season August 06, 2019 South Carolina football coach Will Muschamp announced defensive lineman Devontae Davis suffered a mid-foot sprain on Tuesday. He will have surgery and it will likely cost him the 2019 season. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  15. WATCH WITH NOTES:Talking Zacch Pickens & defense with defense DL coach John Scott Jr. August 05, 2019 A lot of eyes are on South Carolina defensive lineman Zacch Pickens, the crown jewel of the Gamecocks’ 2019 recruiting class and the first five-star in Columbia since a guy named Jadeveon Clowney. He spent spring on campus and got his first taste of practice in garnet and black. Since then, he’s gone through the the full offseason routine of player-run practices and workouts, and his position coach, John Scott Jr., saw one crucial change. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  16. Bentley encouraged by deep room of tight ends August 03, 2019 South Carolina assistant coach Bobby Bentley has a big group at his tight end position. Even though the two starters at his position graduated a year ago - he was coaching running backs at the time - the tight ends have a lot of talent returning and some players he’s very familiar with. Jacob August and K.C. Crosby both completed their eligibility and are off to other things outside of South Carolina football, but the Gamecocks do return a pair of players in a similar mold - junior Kyle Markway and senior Kiel Pollard. (VIEW ARTICLE) FREE 247SPORTS
  17. Muschamp talking Championship August 03, 2019 The preseason coaches poll came out Thursday. The team that features a four-year starting quarterback, a receiver within reach of breaking a handful of school records and a defensive lineman projected as a first round NFL draft pick wasn’t among the top 25. The preseason SEC media poll came out last month. The team that returns its leading rusher, leading tackler and leading sack-maker was picked to finish fourth in the East division. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  18. What to know about Week 3 opponent Alabama July 30, 2019 After South Carolina opens its 2019 football season against North Carolina in Bank of America Stadium and hosts Charleston Southern in Week 2, the Gamecocks start SEC play in Week 3 against juggernaut Alabama. The Crimson Tide will visit Williams-Brice Stadium for the first time since the Gamecocks defeated then-No. 1 Alabama in 2010. Today we continue our look at South Carolina's 2019 opponents. • The offense should be loaded with playmakers - Heisman Hopeful Tua Tagovailoa returns to run the Alabama offense, but it's not just his ability to make plays that will scare defensive coordinators throughout the 2019 season. The lefty quarterback will have plenty of help on the other end of his passes as Jerry Jeudy, Henry Ruggs III, Devonta Smith and Jaylen Waddle make up one of the best receiving corps in the country. It should come as no surprise that Tagovailoa was the highest-graded quarterback in the conference last season, according to Pro Football Focus. While the Tide lose running backs like Josh Jacobs and Damien Harris, they'll be just fine at the position with Najee Harris, the No. 1 overall prospect in the 2017 class, taking over as the top back. • The preseason All-SEC team is littered with Bama players - Alabama's talent goes well beyond the players listed above as, count 'em, 19 Alabama players landed on the preseason All-SEC list that was voted on at last week's SEC Media Days. Perhaps more impressive than that: a record 11 Crimson Tide players find themselves on the first-team SEC list, six on offense and four on defense with Waddle checking in as a first-teamer as both a returner and all-purpose player. The Tide's uneven loss in the title game last year may have some questioning Nick Saban's dynasty, but the talent appears to be as strong as ever. • There's a big question mark - No team is without question marks at this point in the preseason and Alabama's biggest may be on the sidelines rather than on the field. Steve Sarkisian's return to Tuscaloosa to run the offense has been met with a certain level of skepticism. Already his decision to go to a more pro-style scheme - and eliminate some of the RPOs that Tagovailoa was so successful with - has seemed odd. It's hard to question Saban with such decisions, but with the Gamecocks catching Alabama early, the change in offensive scheme could be a factor if they haven't worked the kinks out yet.
  19. RB Tavien Feaster timeline on his arrival July 29, 2019 RB Tavien Feaster, a grad transfer, is finalize necessary paperwork in time to participate in South Carolina’s first practice on Thursday. The “worst case scenario” would be Monday, Aug. 5 or Tuesday, Aug. 6, according to Terrance.
  20. Gamecocks offense showed promise early but ended last season on a down note. Can it change? July 26, 2019 There were three chapters that told the story of USC’s offense in 2018. The first seven games featured the highs of a balanced performance at Vanderbilt and an impressive relief showing by Michael Scarnecchia against Missouri and the lows of a crushing, foreshadowing turnover against Georgia and a dud at Kentucky. The next four and a half games were headlined by Jake Bentley’s strong second half and a record-setting night in Clemson. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  21. WATCH: Gamecocks paintball day July 23, 2019 Before the South Carolina football team suits up in pads and helmets, Gamecocks players and coaches grabbed facemasks, thick/protective clothing and paintball guns for a fun day of non-football related competition.
  22. One of the most important position in CFB is QB play. I started thinking, what other SEC team has a better QB room than the Gamecocks for the next 5-6 years. Hilinski and Doty both should be the real deal! Looking at the SEC landscape, Georgia has nothing behind Fromm, I don’t think Franks is the answer at Florida and not real sure who they got after, A&M got a 4*star QB for 20 class but not sure who is after Monds and they better hope that kid can come in and play if they don’t have someone. Bryant is one year and done, can’t rely on that unless you are OKLAHOMA. Just saying I like where we at in the QB room and to me that’s the most important position in CFB.
  23. Kirby Smart complimenting Muschamp’s recruiting ability July 16, 2019 The Georgia football coach, speaking at SEC Media Days on Tuesday, lavished praise on his program’s rival and personal friend, specifically complimenting Muschamp’s recruiting ability. “The depth he’s been able to establish, he does a great job of getting quality players in there, and they’ve had several kids they’ve beat us on, whether in our state or their state,” Smart said. “They’re very relentless in their efforts to recruit.” Smart has long been a public supporter of Muschamp, saying after the two teams met in 2017 that South Carolina would be “a force to be reckoned with” in the future and adding before 2018’s game that he had “a lot of respect“ for the Gamecocks. Muschamp and Smart were teammates back at Georgia, and they coached together at Valdosta State, then at LSU under their mentor, Nick Saban.
  24. Offseason Look: Gamecocks offensive players July 04, 2019 Several members of the South Carolina football team were spotted around the practice facility throughout last month during the Will Muschamp Football Camp. Many of the players, including redshirt freshman offensive lineman Wyatt Campbell, who's pictured with the story, served as instructors to the high school campers. While the current players were working with and watching some of those camp participants, we snapped a few pictures. None of the photos that you'll find in this feature are of South Carolina's players going through offseason workouts, which are closed to the media. In the first installment of this two-part series, TheBigSpur takes a look at 10 players from the offensive side of the ball that we spotted during Muschamp Camp. (CLICK TO VIEW ARTICLE) FREE 247SPORTS
  25. Offseason Look: Gamecocks defensive players July 04, 2019 Several members of the South Carolina football team were spotted around the practice facility throughout last month during the Will Muschamp Football Camp. In the second installment of this two-part series, TheBigSpur takes a look at 10 players from the defensive side of the ball that we spotted during Muschamp Camp.(CLICK TO VIEW ARTICLE) FREE 247SPORTS
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