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  1. Ray Tanner writes letter to fans about coronavirus, ticket refunds, football deadlines March 16, 2020 South Carolina Gamecocks athletic director Ray Tanner penned a letter to fans Monday explaining where things stand with spring sports refunds amid the Coronavirus/COVID-19 outbreak. The letter deals with baseball, softball and football. Full letter: (VIEW LETTER)
  2. Coronavirus impact on Gamecock Sports The SEC’s edict canceling intercollegiate events through March 30 because of the coronavirus/COVID-19 outbreak erased more than 50 South Carolina spring games or athletic events. And then the ban was pushed to April 15. A total of 120 scheduled games, matches, tournaments or meets remained on the schedule for South Carolina teams when the SEC first started canceling events. That’s before counting NCAA championship events and beach volleyball conference tournament, which have been canceled, and SEC championship events that remain in limbo. The SEC’s edict canceling intercollegiate events through March 30 because of the coronavirus/COVID-19 outbreak erased more than 50 South Carolina spring games or athletic events. And then the ban was pushed to April 15. A total of 120 scheduled games, matches, tournaments or meets remained on the schedule for South Carolina teams when the SEC first started canceling events. That’s before counting NCAA championship events and beach volleyball conference tournament, which have been canceled, and SEC championship events that remain in limbo. Total remaining games, matches or events still listed as scheduled after April 15, not counting conference or NCAA events (in parenthesis, games before April 15 that the SEC has already canceled): ▪ Men’s basketball: Lost the SEC tournament and potentially a postseason after that ▪ Women’s basketball: Lost the NCAA tournament ▪ Baseball: 18 games scheduled after April 15 (20 canceled) ▪ Softball: 10 games scheduled after April 15 (19 canceled) ▪ Men’s golf: Zero events after April 15 (3 canceled) ▪ Women’s golf: Zero events after April 15 (2 canceled) ▪ Men’s tennis: Zero events after April 15 (10 canceled) ▪ Women’s tennis: Zero events after April 15 (9 canceled) ▪ Equestrian: Conference and NCEA championships both canceled ▪ Men’s Track: Two events after April 15 (4 plus NCAA Indoor championships canceled) ▪ Women’s Track: Two events after April 15 (4 plus NCAA Indoor championships canceled) ▪ Women’s Beach Volleyball: Zero matches after April 15 (17 canceled, conference tournament canceled)
  3. The coronavirus outlook for Gamecocks sports for the spring of 2020 March 15, 2020/ THE STATE CONTRIBUTED TO THIS REPORT South Carolina Athletics Director Ray Tanner sat at a podium facing far more questions than he had answers to. His time speaking publicly Friday had been bumped back twice as new information about coronavirus (COVID-19) and its impact continued to come in at a rapid-fire rate throughout the day. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  4. Guess we need to get a Softball season thread started. We can post various game/series results and news here throughout the season. The Gamecocks Softball team are doing pretty well thus far in the early season: they are ranked #22 in the nation, and are 7-3 on the season, with losses to Texas Tech (1-5), Ohio State (6-8) and Washington (4-5), the current #1 team in the nation. All these losses were in the St. Pete/Clearwater Elite National Tournament in Clearwater, FL. Now the Gamecocks are hosting their own tournament - the Gamecocks Invitational - at Beckham Field, which includes #8 Michigan, Iowa St., Boston College, Liberty, and Elon. USC just defeated BC 3-2. They take on Michigan and Iowa State Saturday in a double-header format. The games start off at 3:00 PM and 8:00 PM, respectively...
  5. South Carolina Gamecocks received close to $45 million from SEC January 30, 2020 SEC commissioner Greg Sankey Thursday announced the financial payout to each member institution for the last fiscal year ending August 31st, and on average, each school received $44.6 million dollars, an increase from $43.1 million dollars the previous year. This does not include over $26 million dollars retained by those schools which played in bowl games to offset expenses. The total amount distributed was $624.2 million dollars. Here’s more from the SEC release: “The revenue distributed through the Southeastern Conference enables our 14 member universities to provide unparalleled support to their student-athletes through superior instruction, training, equipment, academic counseling, medical care, mental health and wellness support and life-skills development,” said Sankey. “It is this sustained conference-wide commitment to the student-athlete experience that makes this conference sound and its impact so meaningful.” Currently more than 5,400 female and male student-athletes across the SEC receive financial aid, and counting non-scholarship participants, more than 7,800 total student-athletes participate in sports sponsored by SEC institutions. The 2018-19 academic year was the fourth in which SEC athletics programs funded the costs associated with providing scholarships based on a student-athlete’s full cost of attendance. In addition, each SEC university utilizes a portion of the revenues to fund a wide range of academic and campus improvement initiatives, including academic scholarships, endowed faculty positions, student wellness programs, research programs, and forward-looking building projects. “In addition to supporting the overall student-athlete experience, revenues generated through SEC athletics can contribute in significant ways to the academic missions of the Conference’s 14 universities,” Sankey said. “These distributions provide each university the opportunity to make a positive impact on their respective campuses in ways unique to each institution. Past uses of this revenue on our campuses have included participation in the construction and renovation of academic facilities, support of academic scholarship opportunities, funding of academic programs and direct transfers of funds to support academic budgets.” The total distribution amount is comprised of revenue generated from television agreements, post-season bowl games, the College Football Playoff, the SEC Football Championship, the SEC Men’s Basketball Tournament, NCAA Championships and a supplemental surplus distribution. The distribution amount does not include approximately $7.8 million of NCAA and SEC grants divided among the 14 member institutions. The total revenue for 2018-19 is an increase above the $627.1 million distributed in 2017-18. The average per school distribution increased from $43.1 million in 2017-18, not including bowl money retained by participants.
  6. Report says, South Carolina board should ‘recalibrate its engagement with athletics’ January 24, 2020, | GCF Staff report The University of South Carolina asked a national organization to review the way its board of trustees operates is its governance procedures. And in that 35-page report was a one-page warning of sorts when it came to athletics. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  7. Deion Sanders seems to take issue with his son's baseball tryout at South Carolina January 23, 2020 NFL Hall of Famer Deion Sanders was one of the few two-sport stars in the history of professional sports. Sanders had an electrifying career in the NFL for 14 seasons, while also excelling at playing outfield in pro baseball for nine. Now, Sanders’ son, Shilo, is on football scholarship at the University of South Carolina. Sanders was a 3-star freshman who redshirted in 2019, and it appears that he wanted to play baseball for the Gamecocks, too. However, that doesn’t look like it will happen this spring. (VIEW ARTICLE) SDS
  8. Tanner said he expected teams to be in postseason play, not every year, but often. Jay from 107.5 said that he thought 8 wins a year was appropriate for football and he knew Tanner had said in the past he wanted teams to be competitive. Tanner would not commit to a number. Jay then said the team lost by an average of 17.3 points a game, that was not competitive. Tanner responded by saying that it was a small sample and some games skewed that. Jay said, ok, but five of the losses were by over 20 points. Tanner seemed not to have a comeback for that but changed the discussion from season wins to postseason qualifying.
  9. Andrew Stewart was part of the initial crew that Justin King brought in with him as a part of the New & Creative Media department.
  10. COLUMBIA — Lawmakers could oust all the University of South Carolina trustees up for re-election this spring after last year’s troubled presidential search, legislators told The Post and Courier on Friday.Leadership in the General Assembly has been critical of the board overseeing South Carolina’s largest college, including by backing bills that would cut the number of trustees by half while removing all board members as early as July. (VIEW ARTICLE) postandcourier.com
  11. Has passed out of the House Ways and Means Subcommittee today and will move forward. I expect that this bill (or a very similar compromise) will pass eventually and be signed by the governor because of the anger and blowback generated by the Caslen hire. There are 2 fundamental changes: it removes the governor and the superintendent of education from USC’s board, and reduces the number of board members from 20 to 12 by aligning the representation with congressional districts rather than judicial districts. Trustees are still elected by the politicians. This is a response to the issues that arose during our presidential search. Will this help any? To not enough but maybe a start. What you say? USC trustees chastised at hearing over remaking college board: ‘The process isn’t working’ COLUMBIA — House lawmakers considering changes to the size of the University of South Carolina’s governing board delivered a rebuke to its chairman Wednesday, telling him the move should be considered a vote of no confidence. (VIEW ARTICLE) THE POST & COURIER
  12. Gamecock Dakereon Joyner: ‘I was never taught to quit something I started’ Jan. 07, 2020, | GCF Staff Report South Carolina football’s Dakereon Joyner appeared to put to rest any notion that he’ll transfer from the Gamecocks with a Twitter post Monday evening. “Confidence thrives on honesty, on honor, on the sacredness of obligations, on faithful protection and on unselfish performance. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  13. We Toured the SOUTH CAROLINA GAMECOCKS' AMAZING Football Facility & Equipment Room | Royal Key
  14. Alcohol sales begin Thursday night at CLA Jan. 01, 2020 Alcohol sales, which were officially finalized in December and will be available for purchase starting Thursday night. In preparation, here's what you need to know for alcohol sales at basketball games. Beer and wine will be sold at different portable kiosks around Colonial Life Arena but will not be sold at concession stands for hoops games in "an effort to keep the regular lines moving efficiently," according to a university press release. Those wanting to buy beer or win will be carded at the kiosks and are limited to two drinks a sale. According to the university, students are not allowed to use their Carolina Card to purchase alcohol. Alcohol sales for women's games will stop at the end of the third quarter and for men's game at the under-12 media timeout. Tip off Thursday night is scheduled for 7 p.m. against Kentucky, the start of SEC play for the women's team. No official plans for alcohol sales at Founders Park or Williams-Brice have been released yet, but those will come out closer to the start of those respective seasons.
  15. Few days we will be in 2020 good time to see who were the outstanding players the (decade) last ten years. Had to decide between Connor Shaw or DL Jadeveon Clowney Went with QB Connor Shaw "football" No one close here hands down that's men's and women Forward Aja Wilson "basketball" Baseball was harder, but I feel and went with Pitcher Michael Roth "baseball" Who you got?
  16. Football 12/23/2019 | GCF Staff Report Phil Steele Recognizes Four Gamecocks for Post-Season Honors Kinlaw, Edwards, Wonnum and Mukuamu Earn All-SEC Accolades Four University of South Carolina football players have been recognized for their outstanding seasons by Phil Steele, it was announced today. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  17. Carolina to allow alcohol sales at sporting events, details, timeline for rollout Dec. 17, 2019 Expanded alcohol sales to the general public are set to come for South Carolina fans at Williams-Brice Stadium, Colonial Life Arena and Founders Park in the very near future. The new policy, presented to and approved by the University of South Carolina board of trustees’ executive and governance committee Tuesday, is expected to be approved by the full board in the afternoon. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  18. Gamecocks get there new strength coach Paul Jackson from Ole Miss. Dec. 17, 2019 South Carolina announced Paul Jackson, formerly of Ole Miss, as the new strength & condition coach Tuesday. He was approved by the Executive and Governance Committee and the full board is set to approve him in the afternoon. He is set to earn $450,000 a year for two years. It would tie him for fifth-highest salary for SEC strength coaches. He will have a $100,000 buyout in Year 1, $50,000 in Year 2. Jackson will replace Jeff Dillman, who was one of Muschamp’s early hires after arriving in Columbia and had worked with him during his time at Florida. Dillman and the Gamecocks program parted ways the day after the 2019 season ended. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  19. USC board of trustees expected to approve alcohol sales at sporting events Dec. 16, 2019 COLUMBIA — University of South Carolina officials have studied the issue long enough. They believe it can work. Pending approval from USC’s board of trustees on Tuesday, Gamecock fans will soon be able to purchase alcohol at sporting events. USC hopes to begin selling beer and wine at its arenas in January. Board of trustees sources told The Post and Courier that approval is expected during a meeting on Tuesday, where alcohol sales is listed on the agenda to be discussed by USC’s Executive and Governance Committee. The plan is to approve the sales, satisfy all the state and university requirements and begin offering the product. USC’s three main arenas — Williams-Brice Stadium (football), Colonial Life Arena (basketball) and Founders Park (baseball) — will be launchpads for the initiative. Other venues such as Stone Stadium (soccer) and Carolina Softball Stadium could eventually be considered. (view article) postandcourier.com
  20. News on strength and conditioning coach and alcohol and wine sales Dec. 16, 2019 The BOT will meet Tuesday at 9 a.m., there will be two items. One is for the new strength and conditioning coach for the football program and approval for alcohol sales at sporting events. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  21. Mike Bobo Named Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Coach Bobo Hired as the Gamecocks’ New Play Caller Mike Bobo has been named the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach, University of South Carolina head football coach Will Muschamp announced today. Bobo has agreed to a two-year contract, which was approved by the University's Board of Trustees this afternoon. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  22. New deal lowers buyout for Muschamp that gives RB coach Thomas Brown a raise Dec. 11, 2019, | GCF Staff Report Coach Will Muschamp gave up money to secure a raise for one of his most successful assistants. Whats that mean? It means the Gamecocks coach will forgo raises and his buyout will be cut by several million dollars. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  23. Mike Bobo the new Offensive Coordinator “Why's and why not’s” Dec. 10, 2019, GCF Staff Report OK Gamecocks fans the Gamecocks have a new offensive coordinator, which will be finalized about 2 p.m. Tuesday. The face It’s an old friend of his and a familiar face for (His Bio Gamecocks fans Mike Bobo.) Fans are on both lines of the hire here. But it’s worth looking at the why's and why not's for him. Let's take a peek, will start with why not's . (VIEW ARTICLE)
  24. Well crew Bobo for OC only thing that will change is if Bobo backs out. Anyhow hope Bobo can get the offense on track if not 2020 will be the last season for Muschamp and staff. Boom has to win 7 games from what I know. Hope it all pans out.
  25. School confirms: Mike Bobo will join South Carolina’s coaching staff Dec. 09, 2019, |GCF Staff Report Carolina football now is set with its next offensive coordinator, and it’s one Gamecocks fans have some familiarity with. Carolina will hire Mike Bobo, formerly Colorado State’s head coach and Georgia’s offensive coordinator, on Tuesday when the board of trustees meets to approve his contract. The board agenda lists “Michael Bobo Employment Agreement” as the top item. (VIEW ARTICLE)

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