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  1. EVERYONE!! It is NOT required but a small Donation on Paypal to fund Feathers cost of getting this site up would be nice. I just made my donation. I hope everyone joins me - no amount too small. THANK YOU!! (See "PayPal") insert Top Right of Home Page.
  2. Evaluating Muschamp tenure at the helm so far. I wanted to do this earlier. If you do it right after a lose or a big win you just get a reaction which at the time will not reflect your true view point. As a manger I view it as If we have to evaluate a employee or employees under us. We give money to our school so in a way but a very very small he works for us. 4 keys to use, like a pay hike or just to go over what you would like them to do better or pat on the back or just let them go. The later can be dangers now a days. So lets break it down. Pay hike? Keep the same? What he needs to do to get a hike in pay? Do you release him? Why you say so any of the above.
  3. South Carolina Volleyball Survives Scare From Clemson And Wins In 5 Sets CLEMSON, S.C. – South Carolina survived a scare Thursday night, but rallied late for a five-set win at Clemson (5-3) to run its win streak to four, 25-23, 25-20, 19-25, 22-25, 15-10. The Gamecocks (5-3), powered by 22 kills from senior Mikayla Shields, run their win streak over the Tigers to five matches. Read about the match win here on the official Gamecocks Athletic site GamecocksOnline.com The match was the 65th in the rivalry series, and with the win South Carolina improved to 41-24 all-time against Clemson: NOTABLE The five-game win streak for South Carolina over Clemson is the longest since 1989, when the Tigers snapped a streak that had gone six years and spanned 14 wins. With the win tonight, the Gamecocks are 7-2 in five-set matches under head coach Tom Mendoza. South Carolina's offense hit .325 for the match, the fifth-highest hitting percentage in a five-set match in program history and highest in a five-setter since Nov. 23, 2012 against Arkansas. Mikayla Shields' five service aces are tied for the fifth most in a five-set match in program history, and is one off her career high. Clemson finished the night with 14 service aces, the most by a Gamecock opponent since Notre Dame had 15 back on Sept. 19, 2004 The Gamecocks, who have now won their 4th consecutive match of 2019 with the win over arch-rival Clemson, are participating in the Clemson Classic Invitational, and will return there tomorrow for a Friday night match-up against 9th-ranked Wisconsin, beginning at 6 pm.....
  4. Founders Zone Naming Rights Partnership Announced 9/11/2019 | Football | GCF Staff Report Founders Federal Credit Union and the University of South Carolina Athletics Department have announced a five-year partnership awarding naming rights of The Zone at Williams-Brice Stadium to Founders Federal Credit Union. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  5. Gamecock AD Ray Tanner still in Coach Muschamp corner Sept. 05, 2019. More than a few Gamecock football fans have jumped off the bandwagon when if comes to USC’s coach, Will Muschamp. But AD Ray Tanner covering his back Tanner went on SportsTalk radio on Thursday night and said he’s still confident in his head coach, as confident as the day he was hired. The AD pointed to the do-over aspect of the program he inherited, and praised the organizational structure Muschamp has brought in. Tanner & Muschamp met this week, just to talk. “I went over and met with him early in the week,” Tanner said. “He probably didn’t need to see me necessarily, but I felt that I needed to to go visit with him for a little bit and I did and we had a nice chat. “Everybody is disappointed, but we have to move on.” Tanner said the chat involved football, but also went beyond that.Tanner had this to say about last weeks loss. The surprising season-opening loss came down to simply not making enough plays. He also gave credit to North Carolina for the talent the Tar Heels had on their roster. this week doesn’t involve fans posting Muschamp’s buy out numbers online (more than $18.7 million if he’s fired before Dec. 31). Food for thought or money. Tanner also said he appreciates the team’s expectations, especially in how they’ve built through the Muschamp era. The AD, who won two national titles said he doesn’t expect the disappointment of the opening loss to put a dent in attendance numbers. He pointed out the program has been through worse, and Gamecocks fans continue coming out. He also said the vocal, angry part of the fan base is likely a minority. He instead said the team simply has to get that win back somewhere.“We’ve got a long way to go here,” Tanner said.
  6. MUSCHAMP: Carolina Calls report starting with the latest on Jake, lineup change & Gamecock injuries Sept. 05, 2019 The Gamecocks will find out Friday where things stand with quarterback Jake Bentley. Mucschamp said on Carolina Calls tonight that Jack Bently will get a second opinion on his foot injury. He could be out as little as 6 weeks or his senior season could be finished. He has a Lisfranc fracture suffered on the final play of a 24-20 loss to North Carolina. That puts Ryan Hilinski in the starting spot for the Charleston Southern game. OTHER INJURY NEWS Muschamp said he expected OrTre Smith, J.T. Ibe and A.J. Turner back after missing last week. Smith remains questionable. Wide receiver Randrecous Davis is still out with an ankle injury but should be back next week. LINE UP CHANGES Gamecocks offensive line will also have two new starters. Muschamp said Donell Stanley will replace Hank Manos as starting center. That will move Jordan Rhodes into Stanley’s guard spot, and Jovaughn Gwyn will replace Eric Douglas at the other guard spot. The coach had said earlier Stanley would slide over, which meant Rhodes was set to fill in. Muschamp admitted the week since the loss to North Carolina has been “miserable,” and he understood the angst from Gamecocks fans at large. His solution to the issues, “Some of our better players have got to play better.” Muschamp praised several freshmen who got their first action, including Zacch Pickens, Jammie Robinson and John Dixon, despite the fact Dixon got beat over the top on one touchdown pass. The goal this week for Muschamp is to get the team “back on track on the details of their job.”
  7. How will the turnout be for the Gamecocks home opener This Saturday isn’t lining up to be a great attendance week for South Carolina football. The opponent, Charleston Southern, isn’t a big draw. add in last week lost against North Carolina makes it even worst for attendance. Now the threat of a hurricane during the week, which will create some instability around the state. The game is at noon and projects to be a hot one. There is the benefit of it being the home opener and the curiosity of quarterback Ryan Hilinski’s first college start. Really the only draw to the game Saturday. Question will you be one that shows and why and why not? Sound off it's hear it!!
  8. TE Kiel Pollard Gamecock career comes to an end August 16, 2019 Kiel Pollard was projected as a starter for South Carolina football at tight end in 2019. On Friday, he announced on Instagram his football career is over because of a broken neck. “Last week I did something that every football player knows not to do, I ducked my head while blocking,” Pollard wrote. “As I waited on the exam table I thought everything was straight. To my surprise, after the MRI was completed and what felt like the longest 2 hours of my life, I was informed that I would be out for 4-6 weeks with a broken neck. I was perfectly fine with that. “This week that changed when I found out that last Tuesday would be my last time playing football. Not that I’m not able, but that it’s not safe for me to do so.”
  9. Gamecock football ticket sales out-do 2018 August 15, 2019 South Carolina football’s ticket office The school announced it had surpassed its 2018 total of 47,381. Earlier in the process, the team announced it was well ahead of its numbers, and it still has more than two weeks before the opener (the team can often sell tickets through the first few weeks of games). One key factor helping sales was a high-grade home schedule at Williams-Brice. USC will host the Alabama Crimson Tide for the first time since 2010 and the annual rivalry game with Clemson. USC’s 2018 total was the lowest since 2010 and had marked the fourth year in a row that it had fallen. Average attendance is dropping all over college football as the sport grapples with the ease of watching on high-quality TVs.
  10. Really this is one for me. Sure would like to this in 2019. Now your folks turn!! HOLD That Tiger - USC vs. Clemson 1984
  11. Living in the past? Why Gamecocks are eager to build their own legacy under Muschamp August 11, 2019 Melvin Ingram, Bruce Ellington, Marcus Lattimore, Jadeveon Clowney, Connor Shaw, D.J. Swearinger and Alshon Jeffery. They’re among the former South Carolina players who hover over the Gamecocks each time they practice at their indoor facility. It’s not the ex-USC stars themselves, but it’s their large images posted to a wall. Spread from one 25-yard line to another, the collection of Steve Spurrier products can serve as a reminder of an era that fans still cling to. A time when the Gamecocks beat Clemson five straight times, finished in the final Top 25 four straight times and won 11 games three straight times. Highlights from that period often get posted to social media. Like when Twitter account @GamecockSplash continued a countdown to the beginning of the 2019 season by bringing back scenes from USC’s win over Georgia in 2012. It included the caption: “35 days until @GamecockFB ... No. 6 ranked South Carolina beats No. 5 Georgia, 35-7 in 2012. Need to get back to this.” (VIEW ARTICLE) THE STATE
  12. Marcus Lattimore leads latest South Carolina Hall of Fame class July 30, 2019 Marcus Lattimore left perhaps a larger mark on the University of South Carolina as an off-field presence as he did playing for Steve Spurrier’s football team. He’ll be honored for all of it with the title of hall of famer. Lattimore is one of nine athletes elected to the University of South Carolina Athletics Hall of Fame for the next class the school announced Tuesday. He brings the total to 187 members of the hall. Marcus Lattimore Bio Marcus Lattimore - Football (2010-12) - Despite an abbreviated career due to injury, Marcus Lattimore ranks sixth on the school’s all-time rushing list with 2,677 yards, and owns the school record for both rushing touchdowns (38) and touchdowns scored (41). His best season came as a freshman in 2010 when he rushed for 1,197 yards while being a unanimous selection as a Freshman All-American. He was a fourth-round pick by the San Francisco 49ers in the 2013 NFL Draft.
  13. 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.
  14. 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)
  15. 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)
  16. 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.
  17. 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!!
  18. 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
  19. 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.
  20. 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
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