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  1. Will Muschamp was asked to scout the Gamecocks’ sense of style at SEC Media Days. The USC coach, up against a hotel door that temporarily hid T.J. Brunson, Bryan Edwards and Jake Bentley from reporters, didn’t hesitate to revel perhaps his hottest takes of the afternoon. “I’m a little bit of a Tommy Bahama guy and TJ’s got the nice tie that I like,” Muschamp said on the third floor of the Hyatt Regency. “My wife won’t let me wear that kind of stuff. “Brian looks good. “And Jake’s got these high waters ... What is that?” What is that? It’s part of the reason why the Gamecocks are no longer required to wear suits to noon football games. Bentley on Wednesday rocked khakis that hugged and stopped at his ankle. It’s a popular style in the Carolina locker room — and has been for a few seasons.
  2. Gamecocks release first 2019 fall depth chart July 14, 2019 The South Carolina Gamecocks football team and Will Muschamp released an early depth chart on Sunday in its media guide ahead of SEC Media Days. PLAYERS NOT ON THE LIST AND WHY: The following players are not listed because they did not go through spring drills because of injuries “and will have to earn their position in fall camp,” according to the media guide: WR OrTre Smith; RBs Rico Dowdle and Lavonte Valentine; Javon Kinlaw and Tyreek Johnson; B/S Daniel Fennell; and LBs TJ Brunson and Rosendo Louis. WHAT STANDS OUT: The newcomers along with JUCO defensive lineman transfer Devontae Davis participated in spring practice, but only three made the the depth chart QB Ryan Hilinski, linebacker Derek Boykins and offensive lineman Jaylen Nichols. Two of the eight not listed on the depth chart because of injury but will be starters in the fall are (Kinlaw and Brunson) and two others have an great chance to be starters this fall are (Smith and Dowdle). Worth noting, Hilinski, he’s listed with Dakereon Joyner as one or the other being the backup QB behind senior Jake Bentley. Will be interesting batter among Gamecocks fans who should be the backup quarterback during the preseason. DEPTH CHART: OFFENSE QB: Jake Bentley (Dakereon Joyner -- OR -- Ryan Hilinski) RB: A.J. Turner (Mon Denson) WR: Josh Vann -- OR -- Randrecous Davis WR: Bryan Edwards (Chad Terrell) WR: Shi Smith (Chavis Dawkins) TE: Kyle Markway (Will Register) TE: Kiel Pollard (Evan Hinson) LT: Sadarius Hutcherson LG: Donell Stanley (Jordan Rhodes) C: Hank Manos (Chandler Farrell) RG: Jovaughn Gwyn -- OR -- Eric Douglas RT: Dylan Wonnum (Jaylen Nichols) DEPTH CHART: DEFENSE DE: Aaron Sterling -- OR -- Kingsley Enagbare DT: Keir Thomas -- OR -- Rick Sandidge DT: Kobe Smith (Jabari Ellis) Buck: DJ Wonnum (Brad Johnson) SLB: Eldridge Thompson MLB: Ernest Jones (Derek Boykins) WLB: Sherrod Green (Damani Staley) CB: Jaycee Horn (AJ Turner) S: JT Ibe (Jamyest Williams) S: RJ Roderick (Jaylin Dickerson) CB: Isreal Mukuamu (AJ Turner) N: RJ Roderick (Jaycee Horn) DEPTH CHART: SPECIAL TEAMS PK: Parker White (Alexander Woznick) P: Joseph Charlton (Christian Kinsley) DS: Collin Bunch H: Joseph Charlton (Bailey Hart) PR: Bryan Edwards (Josh Vann -- OR -- Shi Smith) KR: AJ Turner (Shi Smith)
  3. No Change to Alcohol Sales Policies at Williams-Brice Stadium in 2019 7/9/2019 | Football, | GCF Staff Report COLUMBIA, S.C. - There will be no changes to alcohol sales policies at Williams-Brice Stadium for the 2019 season, University of South Carolina Athletics Director Ray Tanner announced today. As in previous years, the sale of alcoholic beverages will only be done in premium seating areas for the upcoming football season. (READ MORE)
  4. QB Ryan Hilinski going out of town a few days July 05, 2019 South Carolina quarterback Ryan Hilinski, the highly regarded freshman who joined the team in time for spring practice this year, will throw out the first pitch Saturday before the Seattle Mariners game against the Oakland A’s. Hilinski will be at the game as part of his role with Hilinski’s Hope, a foundation established by the family after Ryan’s older brother Tyler committed suicide in 2018 while a member of the Washington State football team.
  5. Gamecock Junior Paul Jubb competed in the NCAA Men's Singles championship Saturday against top-seeded Nuno Borges of Mississippi State. Borges, a senior, came into the championship match on a 31-match win streak, and a 17-set win streak (collegiate singles tennis plays 2 out of 3 sets per match). Jubb - the 4th Seed in the Tournament, had played Borges twice before, losing both matches in three sets. Today, Jubb prevented the match with Borges from being the third straight match to go three sets, by storming the 2nd-set tiebreak 7-2 to win in straight sets, 6-3, 7-6 (7-2), to win the first singles tennis championship for either men's or women's programs at South Carolina! By winning the singles title today, Jubb includes his name with such past winners as Arthur Ashe, Stan Smith, Jimmy Connors, and John McEnroe. Well done, Paul!!
  6. This Gamecock already among most active volunteers. His new program raised the game July 02, 2019 .mcclatchy-embed{position:relative;padding:40px 0 56.25%;height:0;overflow:hidden;max-width:100%}.mcclatchy-embed iframe{position:absolute;top:0;left:0;width:100%;height:100%} The flier doesn’t make a massive promise, just an offer. At the top in big type, “Sandstorm Buddy Program,” in a hue close to South Carolina’s garnet. Below is the pitch: “Get paired with a College Student-Athlete!” And what does that pairing mean? An athlete who comes to visit, play games, help with homework or just be a friend. The offer comes from Gamecocks student athletes and is extended to the families of sick children at Prisma Health Children’s Hospital. It was the brainchild of one Gamecock, football player Spencer Eason-Riddle, an athlete whose off-field work in Columbia far outpaces what he’s done in games. (READ FULL ARTICLE) THE STATE
  7. What was your best day as a Gamecock? Toss-up for me, Big Georgia winning the Heisman or beating No-1 Bama are my top two. That said I do favor Big George though. Also there are a few more in my book like betting Florida to win the SEC East. Winning our first bowl game, winning our first CWS and more.
  8. Now that the jewelry warehouse is now done here are a few suggestions where you can buy your Gamecock apparel etc. Todd & Moore Addam’s The B&N on campus at the Russell House Amazon.com Belk.com Fanatics.com Southernstride.com
  9. Ranking College Football's Best & Worst Team Twitter Accounts for 2018-19 For the most part it's about what you do on the field, but there are times when a team's Twitter account does the talking for them and some of these teams have a lot to say. (CLICK TO VIEW)
  10. What Ray Tanner said about alcohol sales June 07, 2019, | GAMECOCKCENTRAL South Carolina fans may soon have the option to buy alcohol at Williams-Brice, or at any other Gamecock sports venue, but it may not be available for the team’s first home game. Ray Tanner, speaking at Friday’s Board of Trustees meeting, said the athletic department is still in the “information gathering” portion of the decision making process and, if alcohol sales ultimately do happen, some work will still need to happen at Williams-Brice before those dreams become a reality. (CLICK TO VIEW) Free article
  11. Tanner says athletics expects another record revenue year for 2019/2020 year June 08, 2019 The 2019-2020 fiscal year figures to be another record-breaker for South Carolina athletics, Ray Tanner told the USC Board of Trustees on Friday. The Gamecocks’ upcoming athletics budget is $125,411,845 million, said Tanner, the school’s athletics director. South Carolina projects it will spend $113,010,805 million of that to power its athletic department. Both numbers are all-time highs. Revenue: $125,411,845 Expenditures: $113,010,805 Largest Revenue Sources Annual SEC payout: $44.4 million Ticket sales: $20.9 million Sponsorships, media and royalties: $17.5 million Gamecock Club: $13.2 million Gifts: $9.5 million LARGEST EXPENDITURES Personnel: $52.3 million Scholarships: $13.6 million Facilities: $8.8 million Uniforms, equipment, supplies: $8.3 million Event/game services: $7.5 million Team travel: $7.3 million TOP EXPECTED REVENUE FROM 2019 HOME FOOTBALL GAMES Alabama: $6.7 million Clemson: $6.7 million Florida: $3.4 million ATHLETICS DEPARTMENT DEBT $173 million
  12. For all the grief he's gotten "I included" it's time to acknowledge the vision he had in orchestrating the OPs building. Folks. What he has done it is a game changer. Carolina sure is starting to reap the benefits and it's a matter of time before this program takes off again. Again, Ray, thank you for making it happen.
  13. Like it or not, Ray Tanner’s recipe for USC athletics success is ‘long-term’ June 04, 2019 As Ray Tanner sat in a meeting room with the other 13 athletics directors in the SEC at the Hilton Sandestin last week, he realized he was an outlier from most of his colleagues in one critical area. “There are a lot of ADs that have expectations that are short term. I probably look at it more long term than short term,” Tanner told The State. Tanner’s patience is going to be a big topic for South Carolina’s fan base in the coming year. In his second year, baseball coach Mark Kingston is sitting at home while the NCAA postseason marches toward Omaha. In his fourth year, football coach Will Muschamp has a .500 record in the SEC and maybe the nation’s toughest schedule staring him in the face. After that comes basketball season, where Frank Martin is entering his eighth season with one NCAA Tournament appearance, a 2017 trip to the Final Four. (CLICK TO VIEW FULL ARTICLE)
  14. BREAKING: SEC Lifts Ban on Alcohol Sales https://www.saturdaydownsouth.com/s...8TwfkFJ3Vm1xLEzF6cbq7oDmXUz2AiILPRVpH9YKX2fiQ Here are some of the guidelines the SEC has adopted when it comes to alcohol sales: Alcoholic beverages are to be sold and dispensed only at designated stationary locations Alcoholic beverages may not be sold by vendors within the seating areas Identification check is required at every point of sale to prevent sales to minors Alcoholic beverage sales are limited to beer and wine only (no hard liquor or mixed drinks may be sold in public seating areas) Limits must be established on the number of drinks purchased at one time by an individual Alcohol must be dispensed into cups Safe server training and additional training for staff to handle high risk situations is required Designated stop times for sale and/or distribution of alcohol must be enforced as follows: o Football (end of 3rd quarter);o Basketball (Men’s—Second half 12-minute TV timeout; Women’s—End of 3rd quarter);o Baseball (end of the top of 7th inning);o Softball (end of the top of the 5th inning); ando Other Sports (At a designated time, no later than when 75% of the event’s regulation length competition is scheduled to be completed).
  15. Beef it up: The Gamecocks are in the market for another big-name football opponent May 31, 2019 DESTIN, FLA. Ray Tanner believes South Carolina will play a season-opening football game in Atlanta in the near future. More than that, the Gamecocks athletic director believes a footballing scheduling evolution is taking place in the SEC. “Just take the two of us here, what would we rather see?” Tanner asked a reporter this week during the SEC’s annual spring meetings. “You want to see a good matchup, two big teams playing each other, and that evolution does seem to be in process.” Already this year, Alabama and Oklahoma, Texas and Florida, and Georgia and Clemson have announced football series. SEC teams have those teams plus Notre Dame, UCLA, Stanford, Miami and Southern Cal, among other Power 5 opponents, on future non-conference schedules. “I have been watching that,” Tanner said. “I tend to like that evolution. I think that is what your fan base seeks and is more interested in.” Tanner is interested in playing a big-name non-conference opponent in the future, he said. So interested, that he has joked with Texas athletics director Chris Del Conte about it in NCAA baseball selection committee meetings. (READ MORE)
  16. Paul Finebaum speaks up about how warm he thinks Will Muschamp’s seat should be May 14, 2019 The balance of Will Muschamp’s tenure at South Carolina has been by most measures more good than bad. His first two seasons saw jumps of three wins, each outperforming preseason expectations. His third season saw a failure to meet lofty preseason expectations and didn’t meet internal standards (he’s said this several times). (READ MORE)
  17. Deion Sanders, DT Cromer see friendship come full circle with Gamecock connection May 26, 2019, | THE STATE D.T. Cromer has put up Deion Sanders in his house, and now he can extend the same offer to Sanders’ son Shilo thanks to South Carolina football. Cromer, who played baseball at Lexington High School and then USC, and Deion Sanders were teammates with the Cincinnati Reds in 2001. It was the last season of Major League Baseball for each, but it started a friendship between the two that came full circle this year when Shilo Sanders signed to play defensive back for the Gamecocks. That means Shilo Sanders and Cromer’s daughter Ashlyn Cromer will both be in Williams-Brice Stadium on Saturdays this fall. Ashlyn is a sophomore cheerleader for the Gamecocks. It won’t be the first time she and Shilo been around each other. That was 18 years ago, when their parents were friends and traveling partners. (READ FULL ARTICLE)
  18. MAY 23, 2019 by THESPURSUPSHOW TSUS Ep. 100 | Yardcocks Season Ends, Athlon Pre-Season Magazine + Anthony Wright Chris breaks down the Gamecocks loss to LSU in the SEC Tournament and gives his thoughts on the 2019 season as a whole. He also discusses what Mark Kingston and company need to focus on this off-season as the look to bounce back next spring. There are officially 100 days to kickoff and that means “pre-season football magazine season” is in full effect. Chris dives into Athlon’s CFB preview magazine and gives his thoughts on how Athlon views South Carolina’s chances in 2019. Finally, former Gamecocks QB and Super Bowl Champion Anthony Wright joins the show to chat about his time at USC, feeling under appreciated, pushing through multiple injuries, being a starting QB in the NFL and more. iTunes Spotify Google Play Stitcher Buzzsprout
  19. Gamecocks Set New Standard in the Classroom 5/23/2019 | Academics The University of South Carolina Athletics Department concluded the spring 2019 semester with a departmental GPA of 3.338. It marks the department's highest GPA in history and the 25th-consecutive semester for a departmental GPA above 3.0. The previous high was 3.335, set in the fall of 2018. Seventeen of the 18 teams earned a 3.0 or better GPA during the spring semester. (CLICK TO VIEW)
  20. Muschamp can’t hit the road recruiting this time of year. But he’s plenty busy helping May 10, 2019, | THE STATE SUMTE -Will Muschamp wishes he was in the thick of recruiting right now. South Carolina’s football head coach has sent his assistants on the road, talking to high school coaches, teachers and administrators, turning over every rock for talent in the Southeast and beyond. But he can’t get in on the fun. As a head coach, he’s not allowed on the road because of a rule colloquially named after his former boss Nick Saban. “I think it’s ridiculous that we can’t go out recruiting as head coaches,” Muschamp said. “I would love to evaluate.” (READ MORE)
  21. Steve Spurrier on his final season at South Carolina: 'I deserve all the criticism they want to throw at me April 25, 2019 | SDS Without a doubt, Steve Spurrier will go down as one of the best coaches in the history of the Southeastern Conference. Be that as it may, some fans will never get over how he left South Carolina as the former Gamecock coach led the team to a disappointing 2-4 start before leaving midseason. South Carolina actually won its first game without Spurrier but finished the season 3-9 after the leader of the program quit on the Gamecocks after six games. During his appearance at the Midlands edition of South Carolina’s offseason Spurs Up Tour, Mike Gillespie of ABC Columbia caught up with Spurrier to get his thoughts on his final season leading the Gamecocks. The way Spurrier sees it, he deserves all the blame he gets for the disastrous ending of his SEC coaching career and for letting the program slip so far in his final season. “I deserve all the criticism they want to throw at me that last year, I should have let one or two coaches go because I brought some new ones in but I kept them – I did a lot of things bad,” Spurrier said. “Delegated too much to the offensive coaches… It was the worst attitude of ’bout any team I’ve ever had, and I’m the head coach, so I’m responsible. “They can criticize me all they want, I’ve had enough praise to offset that.” You can view a video of Spurrier sharing his response below:
  22. According to the Post and Courier, the four candidates are: John Applegate, the University of Indiana’s executive vice president for academic affairs; Robert Caslen Jr., the senior counsel to the president of University of Central Florida; William Tate, the vice president of graduate education at Washington University in St. Louis and Joseph Walsh, the vice president for research at Northwestern University.
  23. What South Carolina’s new JUCO addition showed the Gamecocks this spring April 16, 2019 THE STATE South Carolina defensive lineman Rick Sandidge is in a confident mood about how deep the Gamecocks will be up front. “We’re going to be thick,” the sophomore said. The group has a batch of veterans, four blue-chip underclassmen and a coaching staff that believes the Gamecocks can never have enough depth. And joining that group is 6-foot-4, 280-pound junior college lineman Devontae Davis, who has to weather the transition from that level to the SEC as he hopes to carve out a role. He joined the team last December, going through a few pre-bowl practices, and has been in the mix all spring. “Devonte has shown some flashes,” lineman Jabari Ellis, who redshirted after joining the team from junior college, said. “But just like how it was for me, it’s a learning process. Nobody really comes in and dominates from the jump. (MORE)
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