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  1. The 2020 Women's Soccer season is underway. Last season, the Gamecocks were picked to finish 2nd in the conference behind the Texas A&M Aggies. They would complete the conference schedule undefeated at 7-0-3, but fail to win the regular season title on points, and enter the SEC Tournament as the #3 Seed. But they would go on to win the SEC Tournament for the 2nd time in program history, defeating the #1 Seed Arkansas Razorbacks 1-0 in the Championship match, and ride the momentum to the NCAA Tournament Quarterfinals for the 3rd time in 4 seasons. This season, seven starters return, and the Gamecocks were picked to finish 2nd again, this time behind Arkansas. Coming into yesterday (Friday October 16th), the 15th-ranked Gamecocks were the top SEC East Division team in the COVID-19-shortened season of just conference opponents, at 3-1-0 (3-1-0), and the 3rd-ranked Razorbacks the top SEC West Division team at 4-0-0 (4-0-0). The Gamecocks traveled to Fayetteville to take on the Razorbacks in a critical regular-season contest. The Gamecocks won 2-1!! https://gamecocksonline.com/news/2020/10/16/womens-soccer-no-15-gamecocks-stun-no-3-arkansas-on-the-road.aspx The Gamecocks next play Sunday the 25th, as they host 1-1-1 (1-1-1) Florida at Stone Stadium at 2 PM....
  2. SEC cancels the rest of spring sports because of coronavirus outbreak March 17, 2020 Four University of South Carolina athletic teams still had games scheduled after the SEC’s April 15 deadline following the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Now none of those teams even had the glimmer of hope they might finish things out. The SEC officially ended all spring sports seasons in response to the rapidly spreading worldwide pandemic. There had been some small hope teams could reconvene later in the year despite NCAA spring championships having already been canceled. The tweet read: “The @SEC has announced all regular season conference and non-conference competitions are cancelled for remainder of the 2019-20 athletic year, including all Spring FB Games and remaining SEC championship events, due to continuing developments related to the coronavirus.” Only Gamecocks baseball, softball and men’s and women’s track had regular season events past the deadline. “This is a difficult day for all of us, and I am especially disappointed for our student-athletes,” SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey said in a statement. “The health and well-being of our entire conference community is an ongoing priority for the SEC as we continue to monitor developments and information about the COVID-19 virus.”
  3. #1 South Carolina (31-1, 16-0) vs #9 Mississippi State (27-5, 13-3) 2020 SEC TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONSHIP GAME 2:00 PM | GREENVILLE, S.C. | BON SECOURS WELLNESS ARENA WATCH: ESPN2 | LISTEN: 107.5 The Game | Live Stats Greenville SC - The #1-ranked and #1 Seed South Carolina Women Basketball Team advanced to their 5th Southeastern Conference Tournament championship game in 6 seasons with a hard-won 90-64 victory over #25th-ranked and #5 Seed Arkansas Saturday in the Semifinal Round at Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville, SC. The Gamecocks will now face #2 Seed and nationally 9th ranked Mississippi State Sunday for the tournament title set to tip off at 2:00 PM. The game will be televised on ESPN2, and will be broadcast on 107.5 The Game FM. MATCH-UP HISTORY (MISSISSIPPI STATE) South Carolina maintains a tight 22-19 all-time advantage over Mississippi State, and is 13-6 during the Dawn Staley era. Both teams have met five times in the SEC Tournament with the Gamecocks holding the slight edge of 3-2 versus the Bulldogs, winning all 3 games consecutively from 2015-16 through the 2017-18 seasons. Mississippi State will be appearing in its 5th consecutive SEC Tournament Finals, having won the title last season against then-#10 Seed Arkansas. South Carolina fell in the quarterfinals last season to Arkansas. PROBABLE STARTING LINEUPS South Carolina PG Ty Harris (SR) - 12.1 ppg, 5.6 apg, 3.5 rpg CG Zia Cooke (FR) - 12.1 ppg, 2.9 rpg, 1.9 apg W Brea Beal (FR) - 6.0 ppg, 5.2 rpg, 1.0 apg F Kiki Herbert-Harrigan (SR) - 13.1 ppg, 5.6 rpg, 1.7 bpg P Aliyah Boston (FR) - 12.7 ppg, 9.4 rpg, 2.5 bpg Mississippi State PG Myah Taylor (SO) - 5.8 ppg, 4.7 apg, 2.0 spg CG Jordan Danberry (SR) - 12.6 ppg, 3.8 rpg, 3.3 apg F Chloe Bibby (JR) - 7.8 ppg, 5.3 rpg, 0.8 apg F Rickea Jackson (FR) - 15.3 ppg, 5.1 rpg, 1.3 apg P Jessika Carter (SO) - 13.3 ppg, 8.7 rpg, 1.8 bpg
  4. #1/1 South Carolina Gamecocks (30-1) vs #25/26 Arkansas Razorbacks (24-7) SEC TOURNAMENT SEMIFINALS 5:00 PM | GREENVILLE, S.C. | BON SECOURS WELLNESS ARENA South Carolina Game Notes (PDF) | WATCH: SEC Network | LISTEN: 107.5 The Game | Live Stats Greenville SC - The #1-ranked South Carolina Women Basketball Team advanced to the semifinal round of the Southeastern Conference Tournament with a resounding 89-56 victory over #9 Seed Georgia on Friday at Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville, SC. The #1 Seeded Gamecocks will now face #5 Seed Arkansas in the first game played on Saturday at 5:00 PM. The 25th-ranked Razorbacks survived a tough 67-66 win over #5 Seed Texas A&M by hitting two free throws with 8 seconds remaining in the game, and then blocking the Aggies' final shot attempt. In South Carolina's quarterfinal win, the Gamecocks (30-1) reached the 30-win mark for fourth time in the past six seasons and beat the ninth-seeded Bulldogs (17-14) for the 12th straight game. Kiki Herbert Harrigan and Ty Harris, the last players left from the 2017 national champions, led the way. The senior duo combined for six of the Gamecocks' first 10 points and kept pushing the tempo after the team had opened a double-digit lead. Harris hit a 3-pointer to cap a 13-3 run that made it 45-28. MATCH-UP HISTORY (ARKANSAS) South Carolina is 20-18 all-time against Arkansas, having swept the Razorbacks in their two regular-season match-ups this season to break the all-time tie. They are 12-4 versus the Razorbacks in the Dawn Staley era. In the SEC Tournament the Gamecocks are 1-2 versus the Razorbacks, including their last meeting in Greenville, SC last season, when the then #10 Seed Arkansas upset the #2 Seed Gamecocks 95-89 in the quarterfinals behind 31 points from Chelsea Dungee and 18 points from Alexis Tolefree. Kiki Herbert-Harrigan led the Gamecocks with 27 pts and Ty Harris added 24 pts. The loss ended a 12-game SEC Tournament win streak for South Carolina that included 4 straight tournament titles.
  5. The bracket for the 2020 Southeastern Conference Women's Basketball Tournament is set. The Tournament kicks off Wednesday March 4th at Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville, SC as 12th Seed Vanderbilt faces #13 Seed Auburn at 11:00 AM. Later Wednesday at 1:00 PM #11 Seed Missouri takes on #14 Seed Mississippi. #1 Seed South Carolina won't play their first game of the tournament until Friday at 12:00 PM. They face the winner between #8 Seed Alabama and #9 Georgia, who play Thursday at 12:00 PM. Other top 4 seeds are #2 Mississippi State, #3 Kentucky, and #4 Texas A&M. The Bracket order is as follows below:
  6. SEC TOURNAMENT QUARTERFINALS NOON | GREENVILLE, S.C. | BON SECOURS WELLNESS ARENA The #1-ranked South Carolina Gamecocks women basketball make their debut in the 2020 SEC Tournament Friday at 12:00 PM. The Gamecocks are the #1 Seeds, and appear in their first game at Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville, SC after a double bye to the quarterfinals. They face the #9 Seed Georgia Bulldogs, who advanced to the quarterfinals by defeating #8 Seed Alabama 68-61 Thursday. South Carolina Game Notes (PDF) | WATCH: SEC Network | LISTEN: 107.5 The Game | Live Stats GAMECOCKS IN THE SEC TOURNAMENT The Gamecocks are 20-24 all-time in SEC Tournament action, and South Carolina is the only team in league history to win four consecutive tournament titles (2015-2018). This is the fourth time South Carolina has earned the No. 1 seed in the SEC Tournament (2014-2017). Under head coach Dawn Staley, the Gamecocks are 6-2 in SEC Tournament quarterfinals. South Carolina is 3-2 in the SEC Tournament games played in Greenville with all three wins coming en route to the 2017 tournament title. GAMECOCK NOTABLES South Carolina has posted two of the four 16-0 SEC seasons in league history – 2016, 2020. The 2020 SEC Regular-Season Championship is the Gamecocks' fifth in the last seven seasons and second in the four-year careers of seniors Tyasha Harris and Mikiah Herbert Harrigan. The 2020 SEC coaches' awards were littered with Gamecocks, headlined by Aliyah Boston as the Freshman and Defensive Player of the Year and Dawn Staley as the SEC Coach of the Year for the fourth time in her 12-year career at South Carolina. Boston and Tyasha Harris were on the All-SEC First Team, and Mikiah Herbert Harrigan picked up All-SEC Second-Team recognition. Zia Cooke joined Boston on the All-Freshman Team. Starting three freshmen throughout the season, South Carolina has dominated the 10th-toughest schedule in the country, recording more wins over top-50 RPI teams (14) and top-25 RPI opponents (8) than any other team. The Gamecocks' 11 wins over AP Top-25 opponents leads the nation by two and includes four wins over top-10 teams. The SEC's top defensive team, allowing just 55.7 points per game overall (19th in the nation) and 58.3 points per SEC game, had just one entry on the SEC All-Defensive Team in Aliyah Boston. The Gamecocks have held their opponent under 60 points 21 times this season, including 10 SEC games and six games against nationally ranked opponents. The last five games have seen the most veteran Gamecocks surging with Mikiah Herbert Harrigan leading the team with 13.8 points per game on 51.1 percent shooting and 2.0 blocks per game in that stretch. Tyasha Harris moves up to third in scoring over the last five wins at 11.4 points per game while averaging 6.2 assists. Junior LeLe Grissett has surged off the bench as well, adding 8.4 points per game on 73.9 percent (17-of-23) shooting. The three Naismith award semifinalists were announced this week, all with South Carolina entries. Aliyah Boston and Tyasha Harris are among the 10 semifinalists for the Naismith Trophy. Boston is on the Defensive Player of the Year list, and Staley is in the running for Coach of the year. Freshman Aliyah Boston has put together one of the best freshman seasons in Gamecock history, closely mirroring the immediate impact of Alaina Coates. Boston joined Coates as the only SEC Freshman of the Year winners in league history to also earn another of the league's highest individual honors as she added Defensive Player of the Year honors. Boston has broken Coates' South Carolina freshman records for blocked shots (79), double-doubles (12) and double-doubles vs. SEC (7) in a season and claimed Aleighsa Welch's freshman season offensive rebounds record (109). She is out-scoring Coates (12.9-12.3) on better shooting (.614-.612) and averages more rebounds (10.2-8.5) and blocked shots (2.3-2.3). BY THE NUMBERS 26.5 South Carolina's bench averaged 26.5 points in SEC play, accounting for 31.9 percent of the Gamecocks' 83.1 points per game. 30.1 Between her scoring (12.0 ppg) and points scored off her assists (12.6 ppg), Tyasha Harris has her hands only 30.1 percent of the Gamecocks' 81.7 ppg. 43.5 South Carolina is second in the country with a 43.5 percent offensive rebounding rate, which it has turned into 15.9 second-chance points per game. 67.4 With 41.6 points in the paint pr game, 67.4 percent of the Gamecocks' made field goals have come in the lane. 81.7 Scoring 81.7 points per game, this season's team in on pace to break the program record for scoring average (80.2 ppg in 1988-89). 138 Dawn Staley's 138 SEC regular-season victories ranks sixth among all-time SEC coaches.
  7. The Southeastern Conference Announced their Women's Basketball season's awards for the 2019-2020 season, as follows: Player of the Year: Rhyne Howard (Kentucky) Freshman of the Year: Aliyah Boston (South Carolina) Defensive Player of the Year: Aliyah Boston (South Carolina) 6th Woman of the Year: Chasity Patterson (Kentucky) Scholar-Athlete of the Year: Jordan Lewis (Alabama) Coach of the Year: Dawn Staley (South Carolina) First Team All-SEC: Alexis Tolefree (Arkansas) Unique Thompson (Auburn) Rhyne Howard (Kentucky) Aliyah Boston (South Carolina) Tyasha Harris (South Carolina) Rennia Davis (Tennessee) Chennedy Carter (Texas A&M) N'dea Jones (Texas A&M) Second Team All-SEC: Jasmine Walker (Alabama) Chelsea Dungee (Arkansas) Ayana Mitchell (LSU) Khayla Pointer (LSU) Jessika Carter (Mississippi State) Jordan Danberry (Mississippi State) Rickea Jackson (Mississippi State) Mikia Herbert-Harrigan (South Carolina) All Freshman Team: Lavender Briggs (Florida) Rickea Jackson (Mississippi State) Aijha Blackwell (Missouri) Hayley Frank (Missouri) Aliyah Boston (South Carolina) Zia Cooke (South Carolina) Jordan Horston (Tennessee) Koi Love (Vanderbilt) All Defensive: Que Morrison (Georgia) Rhyne Howard (Kentucky) Faustine Aifuwa (LSU) Jordan Danberry (Mississippi State) Aliyah Boston (South Carolina) Jordyn Cambridge (Vanderbilt) Great Job on a fantastic season, ladies!!!
  8. Mike Leach only issues with him is that his teams have no Defense. Excellent offensive mind but if he could get a defense. SEC you have to have defense. Will be interesting to see how his tenure plays out in the SEC. Mike Leach leaves Washington State for Mississippi State
  9. Jake Fromm has announced his plans to forgo his senior season at UGA and enter the 2020 NFL Draft. Also More news: Georgia offensive lineman Cade Mays has entered the transfer portal. That's a shocker, to be honest. Mays was set to be the starting left tackle as a junior in 2020 and NFL prospect for the 2021 draft.
  10. Newest football staffs in the SEC, who came out on top? Missouri, Ole Miss or Arkansas? To me: Missouri hiring of HC Eli Drinkwitz from App State. HC Sam Pittman his top hires of Barry Odom as DC and nice gap Getting Kendal Briles as his OC. Ole Miss new HC Lane Kiffin. He hasn't made any splash hires yet.
  11. Gamecocks and the rest of the SEC looking for a new home Network wise
  12. 2. Luke Doty (South Carolina) National QB Rank: No. 4 (No. 65 overall) What You Need to Know: Doty chose the Gamecocks more than a year ago. An in-state recruit, Doty is a capable drop-back passer, but also has the speed to wreak havoc on a defense. He’s bonding well with new USC coordinator Mike Bobo and could have an excellent battle with Ryan Hilinksi next fall. (VIEW FULL ARTICLE) Good read enjoy!!
  13. Pickens and Robinson Named to Coaches' All-SEC Freshman Team 12/12/2019 | Football |GCF Staff Report University of South Carolina football standouts Zacch Pickens and Jammie Robinson were named to the 2019 SEC Coaches All-Freshman Team, the Southeastern Conference office announced today. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  14. Football 12/10/2019 | GCF Staff Report Kinlaw and Edwards Named to Coaches' All-SEC Team Kinlaw Earns First Team Honors; Edwards Named to Second Team University of South Carolina senior defensive tackle Javon Kinlaw was named first team All-SEC by the league's 14 coaches, while senior wide receiver Bryan Edwards was a second-team selection, the Southeastern Conference office announced today. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  15. Obviously, Texas A&M’s Jimbo Fisher has a massive buyout, coming in at over $68 million. Here’s where the other SEC coaches stand in terms of their buyout figures: Jimbo Fisher, Texas A&M — $68,125,000 Nick Saban, Alabama — $33,600,000 Gus Malzahn, Auburn — $32,143,750 Kirby Smart, Georgia — $27,917,500 Will Muschamp, South Carolina — $18,650,000 Mark Stoops, Kentucky — $15,625,000 Chad Morris, Arkansas — $12,500,000 Dan Mullen, Florida — $12,000,000 Jeremy Pruitt, Tennessee — $11,780,000 Ed Orgeron, LSU — $5,291,667 Barry Odom, Mizzou — $1,912,500 Matt Luke, Ole Miss — $0 Joe Moorhead, Mississippi State — $0 Derek Mason, Vanderbilt — Unknown
  16. South Carolina projects to be an underdog the rest of the season, and that started Sunday. The Gamecocks are 10-point underdogs to Texas A&M as they head to College Station to wrap SEC play. The over/under is 50 1/2 points. South Carolina has never won in the five years they’ve been permanent cross-division Rivals. USC (4-6) is coming off an upset loss to App. State and is 5-5 against the spread. The Aggies are coming off a bye and 5-4 ATS.
  17. THE FINAL WORD: SEC’s head of officiating speaks about referee performance in South Carolina-Florida game Nov. 06, 2019 The SEC’s head of officials has finally publicly addressed the officiating situation that came up in October’s South Carolina-Florida football game. Steve Shaw didn’t go into specifics about the game that had both Gamecocks coach Will Muschamp and Ray Tanner emotional but said the crew that day graded out “solidly.” He also talked about the process or review and speaking to the school in that situation. “That game, and I’m going off memory here, there were 188 plays officiated in that game, and we evaluate all 188,” Shaw said. “We give the school an accounting, especially on things they have questions on. We don’t go public on what we consider incorrect calls or correct calls. But we’re very specific with the coach and athletic director when they ask and we give them feedback from the game. “I can say overall in that game, the crew from a grading perspective graded out solidly. That doesn’t talk to individual plays.” Shaw noted they have never had a perfect game. Their aim is to eliminate incorrect calls in what he called critical situations. “We did have communication with the schools,” Shaw added. “They know exactly how the evaluations were.” There were several questionable calls that had Muschamp steamed. Late in the game he received an unsportsmanlike conduct call and was critical of how it was delivered, breaking out he phrase “gutless.” Both Muschamp and Tanner said they spoke to Shaw and SEC commissioner Greg Sankey in the week after that game. The most notable pair of questionable officiating moments came on a 75-yard touchdown run that tied it 17-17. There appeared to be a missed false start from the Gators right tackle. Then, corner Israel Mukuamu was blocked well downfield with the receiver holding a handful of jersey. Later in the game, the Gators scored a touchdown on a pick play where an offensive player appears to start blocking a defender well before the pass was completed. That is acceptable when the pass is caught behind the line, but not ahead of it. Shaw declined to speak to any questions about accountability after that game, but did speak to how officials are held accountable in general. “There is high accountability in every one of these,” Shaw said. “Your individual and your crew scores impact if you’re going to work and if you do work, what types of games you get. High accountability on that, and it does have impact on the schedule and availability of those officials.”
  18. The following is an official statement from Greg Sankey, Southeastern Conference Commissioner: In his book, Gridiron Genius, NFL executive, analyst and author Michael Lombardi offers this summary of football, "After is all said and done, football is really a game of surprises." And yet, in this game of surprises, we ask for perfection. Perfection from our coaches and student-athletes, and perfection from the game officials who are called upon to instantly apply the rules in real time on every play. The Southeastern Conference is entrusted with supporting an officiating program that is responsible for calling the games of our member schools. We take this duty most seriously. We view perfection as our desired goal while also understanding it will always be an elusive standard in a game that is filled with surprises. And we are disappointed when we don't get it right. Because our goal is to get it right, every time. While officials have always faced scrutiny, the effect has been intensified in recent years with the evolution of high-definition televisions and the ability to view super slow-motion replays from multiple angles on screens of all sizes and via replays shown on monster, crystal clear in-stadium video boards. The rules of football permit us to utilize modern technologies to review some, but not all, officiating calls. And while some calls are overturned, we know from our extensive review of all game films that our officials get the call right in the vast, vast majority of situations. SEC Football Officials are dedicated to their work and approach each game with integrity and focus on fairly administering the competition. But mistakes occur, and when errors happen, the next questions are, "What happens now? Where is the accountability?" SEC officials are held accountable for the overall body of their work and the work of their officiating crew, which is reviewed on a weekly basis throughout the season and on an annual basis. Ongoing performance evaluations are used to determine game assignments, postseason assignments, compensation levels and ultimately, whether an official is invited to return for the following season. You can learn more here. In addition, during the season, officials' assignments may be altered based on in-season performance. By protocol, the SEC does not publicly announce these assignment changes. SEC Bylaws require that coaches and administrators refrain from public criticism of officials, as well as making public comments about any specific communications with the Conference office related to officiating. This is a bylaw that was enacted by unanimous vote of the SEC's member institutions and it is the responsibility of the Conference office to enforce this bylaw by use of private or public reprimands, fines or suspensions. Although the Conference office does not publicly communicate about personnel actions and school personnel are restricted in their comments about officiating, we did decide in the offseason to be more intentional in communicating other matters about the officiating process to all of our audiences: We invited national media to participate as guest officials at a spring football game. You can find their perspectives on their officiating experiences in stories linked here. We launched a website -- www.secsports.com/officiating -- to provide background on SEC officiating, including an in-depth look at how we recruit, train, assign and evaluate SEC officials. We created a Twitter account -- @SECOfficiating -- to educate and inform fans about our officiating program. We view it as a tool for additional perspective on officiating and rules applications, but as I said at SEC Media Days in July, we have no intention of tweeting all day on Saturdays about individual calls. Veteran SEC official Matt Austin moved into the TV studio to offer expert analysis and rules interpretations in real-time on game days. Matt is not an employee of the SEC and is able to provide his independent perspective through various ESPN platforms, but primarily through the SEC Network. The SEC is the only conference to have an officiating analyst specifically assigned to its conference network. The SEC Network produced educational episodes of SEC Film Room featuring SEC Coordinator of Officials Steve Shaw and host Matt Stinchcomb to analyze key plays and rule changes prior to the 2019 season. These episodes can be found here. A portion of the October 15 episode of SEC Inside on the SEC Network was dedicated to a day in the life of an SEC officiating crew. I hope you will take advantage of these resources to gain a better understanding about the SEC Officiating program as we all continue to seek elusive perfection in this game of surprises that we love -- college football. https://www.secsports.com/article/27911146/sec-commissioner-greg-sankey-sec-officiating
  19. I like the Gator, Gamecocks vs. Iowa. Love Florida bowl games. Peach Bowl: Dec. 28 Atlanta Alabama vs. Oklahoma Fiesta Bowl: Dec. 28 Glendale, Ariz. Clemson vs. LSU Sugar Bowl: Jan. 1 New Orleans Florida vs. Texas Orange Bow: Dec. 30 Miami Georgia vs. Wake Forest Gator Bowl: Jan. 2 Jacksonville, Fla. South Carolina vs. Iowa Citrus Bowl: Jan. 1 Orlando Auburn vs. Wisconsin Outback Bowl: Jan. 1 Tampa, Fla.Texas A&M vs. Michigan Liberty Bowl: Dec. 31 Memphis, Tenn. Kentucky vs. Kansas State Music City Bowl: Dec. 30 Nashville Mississippi State vs. N.C. State
  20. Tanner wants ‘more public sharing of info’ on SEC officiating accountability Oct. 23, 2019 Gamecock athletics director Ray Tanner offered his first extensive public comments on the controversial officiating from this past weekend’s game between the Gamecocks and Florida. Speaking during his monthly radio interview on 107.5 FM’s The Halftime Show, Tanner said the past week has been “very emotional” for him, adding that it was “very, very frustrating” during the game Saturday, a 38-27 USC loss that featured several questionable non-calls that led to Florida scoring plays. Tanner’s comments came within an hour of the Southeastern Conference releasing a statement from commissioner Greg Sankey. In that statement, Sankey did not address the fallout from the USC-UF game or the Tennessee-Alabama contest, both of which drew significant scrutiny for the officiating. (VIEW ARTICLE) THE STATE
  21. We talk about our schedule but look at Auburn. They still got LSU, UGA, and Bama. I hate they lost to UF but after the way they played that game I would say they will lose all 3 of these too.
  22. Florida’s Dan Mullen talks Gamecocks Few highlights below Florida’s Dan started out by saying “Talented team, obviously a team that has some great playmakers on their offensive side of the ball. One of the best receivers in the league (in Bryan Edwards), run the ball really well, good offensive front, able to block. Defensive line, they’ve got a premier defensive line. Some veteran players at linebacker that are great playmakers, and then some real big-time playmakers in the secondary, I think everybody saw that last week. So, should be a big challenge for us. We’ve got to try to find a way to win.” On playing a Muschamp defense “They play hard. He does a good job. They have a lot of talent on the defensive side of the ball. They give you a lot of different multiple looks. I think they mix a lot of different things up, which is always a challenge. But you watch them, you watch them the last couple games, watch the guys, they have, they are a talented defensive front. You know, probably as good or better than the defensive front we played last week. And then they’ve got veteran linebackers that I think are great playmakers. And then the secondary, you saw their corners, their length, their skill they have at corner, the play-making ability they have. So they have a lot of talent. He does a good job mixing things up to kind of keep you on edge of coverage, blitz, mixing up looks. He’s always done a good job of that.” On what South Carolina’s two QBs bring to the table? “They’ve had to deal with a little bit of quarterback injuries. It looks like Hilinski is fine and he’s going to play. So it doesn’t look like that will be an issue for them. The other quarterback came in and I thought, very much like our guys, he did a great job. They didn’t change what they did offensively. He just brought a little flavor to it. And he was able to come in and win the game for them, you know. So, I think it shows they have some good depth and they feel pretty comfortable with both guys playing.”
  23. Hear what the Coach about facing the Gamecocks Oct. 15, 2019
  24. We will be facing Georgia next along with Tennessee and Florida. Lets take off our Garnet glasses and take a look at the truth. I feel we can beat Tennessee as of now. Seem to be a team in deep trouble. Chance to win 80% Georgia wow at Georgia. I am dread to say but as of now they will give us a butt wiping. 20% Now to Florida. All I can glad the game is here at WB. Gators defense is for real and I am seeing a offense that is getting better every week. We will need to play lights out here 50% Ok gang convince me other wise or why you agree with my assessment here? Either way GO COCKS BEAT THE DAWGS!!

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