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  1. Caslen confirms Muschamp as Gamecocks coach for 2020 Nov. 20, 2019 There will be no change in the head football coaching position at USC for 2020. That’s the statement released Wednesday afternoon by USC president Robert Caslen. After a flurry of interviews with newspapers around the state which led to questions about Muschamp’s status, Caslen took the step Wednesday to squash all of that talk, and to apologize for his confusing statements first to the Greenville News and then the Florence Morning News. Here’s the statement released by USC’s president’s office Wednesday: “Earlier this week, I had a lengthy conversation with reporters and editors from the Florence Morning News about our university and the importance of keeping it affordable and accessible to the people of South Carolina. In the course of that interview, I was asked several questions about the football program, including one about Coach Muschamp that I misinterpreted. I misspoke and the mistake was mine, and I apologize for any confusion my comments have created with Gamecock fans or our program. Our Athletic Director and I support Will Muschamp, and we look forward to him being our coach next year and for seasons to come.” Muschamp is suffering thru his worst season at USC. The Gamecocks are 4-7 and will not go to a bowl game this season. They have their final game at home a week from Saturday against Clemson and figure to be around a 25 point underdog to the Tigers who have won the last five meetings. Muschamp has a 26-24 mark at USC and is 54-45 in his career. Muschamp has a huge buyout at USC and would be owed over 22 million dollars if fired without cause prior to December 30th. The buyout would drop to 18.5 million dollars if fired the next day.
  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. AUDIO: In a story yesterday from the @VoiceOfPeeDee, @UofSC President @Bob_Caslen said The @GreenvilleNews "twisted my words" in a story last week about football @CoachWMuschamp. Here's the recording of exactly what he said to reporter @_ManieRobinson.
  4. Muschamp defends the future and direction of USC Program Nov. 17, 2019 Coach Will Muschamp admitted that where his team sits is not where it should be. The Gamecocks’ history might not include much contending for SEC titles, but missing bowls is never accepted. Muschamp replied to the facts. “It’s frustrating. It shouldn’t happen, call it like it is at South Carolina. Never would’ve envisioned this. This is where we are right now. We’ve got to continue to play hard, coach hard, and get ready to play Clemson.” (VIEW ARTICLE)
  5. Statement from South Carolina Athletics Director Ray Tanner: "Today, I want to make it clear that Will Muschamp is our football coach and will be our coach going forward. President Caslen and I are fully supportive of his leadership and his development of student-athletes on and off the field. Coach Muschamp and our staff are dedicated to the success of Gamecock football. They have built a program where our team plays for each other and for our University, and they deserve our support. While we wish the outcome of some of our games would have been different, we are excited about the future of our program."
  6. Ray Tanner is South Carolina's rising tide Nov. 14, 2019 Before reading the article. Well written and comes to the aid of AD Tanner. Only fair we here both sides pro or con. Maybe help as all have a better understanding of the man in charge of all Carolina athletics. House divided will not stand together in time of need. We see a lot divide today in our own country. I know I am not happy with the results and the article has given me a better understanding of our battle here to be the best in the college sports world. I feel we all agree and want that outcome. I do not agree for the most part but I respect Whittle standing his ground here. A rising tide lifts all boats and for the South Carolina athletics department, Ray Tanner was that rising tide when he was hired by the university on June 14, 1996. Tanner was just a baseball coach at the time, coming from his alma mater, N.C. State, where he held the same position along with duties as an associate athletics director. He took over a Gamecocks baseball program that was once mighty, but gone off the rails in the previous seasons. He began the rebuild of that program and it became a national powerhouse once again. (VIEW ARTICLE) Free article by John Whittle from 247sports
  7. WATCH: Will Muschamp Weekly News Conference included select players, "Gamecocks injury plagued again" Nov. 12, 2019, | GCF Staff Report Gamecocks injury plagued again Here we are again another season full of injuries, same as with last season. A rough list of players hurt at the moment runs at least 15 players long. That’s a year after the team suffered 14 season-ending surgeries. That number is stark and, according to Muschamp, unusual. But it didn’t lead to a large-scale change in the team’s conditioning program under Jeff Dillman through the offseason. (VIEW ARTICLE) Muschamp looks forward to ‘a long tenure at South Carolina’ Coach made a pair of key statements Tuesday as his team stares down the barrel of what could be a 4-8 season. On one hand, he understands college football is a “results-based business.” On the other, he spoke like a man who thinks he will get a chance to fix things in 2020 and stick around after that. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  8. How Will Muschamp’s buyout structure fits with the rest of the SEC Nov. 11, 2019 After each South Carolina loss this season, some segment of the Gamecocks fan base asks about moving on from the coach. USC Athletics Director Ray Tanner explained several times that Muschamp’s buyout is “comparable” to the rest of the SEC. And the contracts in the sport’s wealthiest league tell the tale. His buyout is 75 percent of whatever is remaining on his deal. The extension at the start of 2018 gave him a six-year deal, and after last season, he was given another year. That length of contract is often justified as providing stability to reassure recruits. Tanner said the buyout is mitigated, meaning whatever his next job pays him will come off the money South Carolina owes that year. Between base salary, television, radio and apparel income, Muschamp’s salary for 2019 was $4.4 million and would be $4.6 million next year.(VIEW ARTICLE) THE STATE
  9. Star Gamecocks lineman Javon Kinlaw invited to prestigious All-Star game Nov. 07, 2019 Gamecock defensive tackle Javon Kinlaw made the choice last year to return to college and play out his senior season. This year he’ll be honored among some of the best seniors in the country. Kinlaw accepted an invitation to the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Alabama, the most prestigious of postseason All-State games to professional hopefuls. The event and its practices are loaded with NFL scouts and often serve as a spring board for aspiring draft picks.
  10. 2020 New Williams-Brice Stadium Premium Seating Orders Being Taken 11/5/2019 | Football |From USC Sports Information | GCF Staff Report In an effort to offer the latest in football gameday amenities, the University of South Carolina Athletics Department has planned for upgrades to Williams-Brice Stadium for the 2020 football season. Construction on the upcoming $22.5 million Williams-Brice Stadium renovation project will begin following the conclusion of this football season. There will be many new opportunities for Gamecock fans to enjoy a premium seating experience on football gamedays. Whether it's the "2001 Club," new club areas or the new East side Loge Suites, fans are encouraged to review all of the options to decide what amenities are the most important to them. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  11. Most of the injury news from Will Muschamp Sunday night was positive, but he had two pieces of bad news Tight end Nick Muse tore his Muschamp conference call audio included Nov. 04, 2019 ACL in Saturday night’s win over Vanderbilt and will be lost for the season, and receiver Josh Vann broke his hand and will require surgery. He’ll be out the rest of the regular season but could return for a bowl game if the Gamecocks make one. Muse had 16 catches for 143 yards, Vann 18 catches for 184 yards. Neither scored a touchdown. Offensive tackle Jaylen Nichols, who missed Saturday’s game, also will be out again this week. The rest of the injury news was encouraging with most of the walking wounded expected back for this week’s game against Appalachian State. Among those players are Dylan Wonnum, Rico Dowdle, Brad Johnson, and Damani Staley. And there’s also a chance Keir Thomas will be cleared to play this week. Muschamp also said Jahmar Brown (shoulder) Tavien Feaster (groin), Shi Smith and AJ Turner could all be available this week. Other notes from Muschamp Pleased with the offensive balance, really good on third down, blocked well in the run game. Lost someone on one in space with running backs they’ve got to win. I have to find some answers at the goal line. Thought they were solid on defense, effective on third down, played well upfront and controlled the line of scrimmage. Was pleased with the play of Moore who filled in at the right tackle for Nichols. Thought the switch up of McClendon to the booth and Werner to the field worked well. Communication went well, they were more productive. Appalachian State is an older team with 19 of 22 starters are seniors and juniors, the quarterback is very effective. Will Muschamp conference call Share this: Twitter Facebook Like this: Like Loading...
  12. 'Carolina Calls' notes plus the latest on injures Oct. 31, 2019 On Recruiting: Muschamp Talks Recruiting: “It’s going really well. We get done with Thursday a little earlier. Of course, we practice in the mornings. We have our staff meeting in the afternoon I try to get a bunch of recruits on the phone before they go to their Thursday afternoon practice. I had probably talked with 10 to 12 guys on the phone just today, watched a lot of recruiting tape today of guys in the 2020 class, Thoughts on 2020 Class: "We probably still have anywhere from four to five or five or six openings that we feel good about where we are. Some guys who want to take a visit or two here or there, to make sure that South Carolina is going to be the place for them. We feel good about where we are." Muschamp looking Beyond The 2020 Class: in the ’21 and ’22 and even into the ’23 class – I can’t believe I’m saying it, but we watched some of those guys today with Matt Lindsey, who does a fantastic job, as far as evaluating the tape and getting the tape to me, to where we can make good decisions moving forward. It’s the lifeblood of your program.” On Injuries: Freshman running back Kevin Harris, could be a go on Saturday. Stats: In two games, rushed six times for 147 yards and three touchdowns. Muschamp also added. “Dylan (Wonnum) and Rico (Dowdle), said. "we think we’ll get them back next week. They both moved around this week. They looked good. I don’t think they’re ready to go Saturday, obviously. They moved around really well. A.J. Turner has the hamstring and I’m not really sure where he is right now. I think we get Damani Staley back next week as well.”
  13. Evaluating Ray Tanner tenure at the helm as AD Well we got one going for Boom. Why not Ray. First off Tanner as a baseball coach got us two World Series and excellent baseball manger. So lets keep that in mind as the thread grows. So with that said lets dig in. I give Tanner A+ for over seeing the facilities build up, the rest sad D-. The future light is a little dim at this time. Basketball 1 final 4. Yes better then any other AD that has been here. Moving on to the Boom hiring, one 9 win season and a lot of losses to Clemson in Football. Not really much better across the board in all 3 major Men's sports. It's not all Tanners fault but the buck stops with him, He oversees all sports and is accountable for the success and failures. Would be nice to talk about are chances to win titles like SEC East etc. but instead for now have to eat and taste failure across the board. So here we are at the cross roads. Time really to evaluate talk about the future the AD's future and what you want to see going forward. Need to talk honestly to the truth here. Will now turn it over to you folks.
  14. What went right what went wrong vs Tennessee in Knoxville Oct. 27, 2019 A look at what went right and wrong for the Gamecocks loss Saturday vs Tennessee: THE RIGHT WAY Right way one WR Bryan Edwards: The Gamecock senior receiver now has his name in the record books. Saturday he became the school’s all-time leader in catches. He tied the late Kenny McKinley with a highlight of a one-handed grab that set up the Gamecocks’ final touchdown of the first half. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  15. Carolina calls injuries & more Oct. 24, 2019 “We have a great league, but our players have lost a lot of trust in our league,” Muschamp said on his radio show, “Carolina Calls,” The coach explained he tried to pass along a message about how to deal with setbacks and things not going your way. “It was a very difficult day, obviously,” Muschamp said. “A lot of explaining from me to our players about things that happen in life. Control what you can control. I use it as a growing up, part of life that you’ve got to handle adversity and sometimes things that are out of your hands. And you’ve got to handle them the right way, whether you’re a husband or your a father. All of those things are great learning examples. I hate that our guys had to go through it the way it happened, but that’s part of it.” To the injury front: Coach Will Muschamp has been busy updating things on the Gamecocks’ injury front all week, but he provided a few more details on Thursday night on his call-in show. Muschamp said offensive tackle Dylan Wonnum, who has missed the past month will still have two weeks before he can return from an ankle injury suffered agaisnt Missouri. The coach also said quarterback Ryan Hilinski is as healthy as he’s been and took all the snaps with the first team all week for the first time since Alabama week. Other Gamecock injury updates: ▪ The staff hopes running back Rico Dowdle (knee) is only out for two weeks. ▪ Damani Staley (turf toe) has the same two week timetable. ▪ Special teamer A.J. Turner will miss Saturday with a hamstring issue, but they hope to have him back the next week.
  16. Gamecocks adds FCS foe to complete the 2021 slate. Here’s how schedule shapes up Oct. 21, 2019 Tony Romo’s alma mater is coming to Williams-Brice Stadium. Eastern Illinois, the Football Championship Subdivision program that famously hosted the former Dallas Cowboys quarterback, is on South Carolina’s 2021 football schedule as the Gamecocks’ opener. FBSchedules.com reported the news Monday. The move finalizes USC’s 2021 schedule. 2021 South Carolina Football Schedule Date Opponent Time/TV Result Saturday Sep. 4 Eastern Illinois PanthersWilliams-Brice Stadium, Columbia, SC Time TBA ETTV TBA Saturday Sep. 11 at East Carolina PiratesDowdy-Ficklen Stadium, Greenville, NC Time TBA ETTV TBA Saturday Oct. 2 Troy TrojansWilliams-Brice Stadium, Columbia, SC Time TBA ETTV TBA Saturday Nov. 27 Clemson TigersWilliams-Brice Stadium, Columbia, SC Time TBA ETTV TBA 2021 SEC Games - Dates TBA Date TBA at Georgia BulldogsSanford Stadium, Athens, GA Time TBA ETTV TBA Date TBA at Missouri TigersFaurot Field, Columbia, MO Time TBA ETTV TBA Date TBA Auburn TigersWilliams-Brice Stadium, Columbia, SC Time TBA ETTV TBA Date TBA Florida GatorsWilliams-Brice Stadium, Columbia, SC Time TBA ETTV TBA Date TBA Kentucky WildcatsWilliams-Brice Stadium, Columbia, SC Time TBA ETTV TBA Date TBA Vanderbilt CommodoresWilliams-Brice Stadium, Columbia, SC Time TBA ETTV TBA Date TBA at Tennessee VolunteersNeyland Stadium, Knoxville, TN Time TBA ETTV TBA Date TBA at Texas A&M AggiesKyle Field, College Station, TX Time TBA ETTV TBA
  17. WATCH: Will Muschamp Weekly News Conference included select players with transcript & more Oct. 22, 2019 (VIEW ARTICLE & VIDEOS)
  18. Gamecocks bowl prospects look stronger. What they are saying Oct. 21, 2019 Gamecocks bowl chances have improved dramatically over the past few weeks, thanks to the Gamecocks’ stunning upset of top-10 Georgia on the road. Now, with five games left to play, Gamecocks are firmly entrenched in bowl projections. According to ESPN’s Power Football Index, the Gamecocks are favored in three of their remaining games at Tennessee and then at home vs. Vanderbilt and Appalachian State. That would give Carolina six wins and a fourth consecutive bowl berth. The big question now is where it will go. The majority of projections released by Monday morning have coach Will Muschamp’s team headed to Jacksonville, Florida, for the Gator Bowl — the Gamecocks haven’t played there since 1987. Over the past decade, only four of the 20 teams that participated in the Gator Bowl had 6-6 records, including Muschamp’s 2011 Florida team. Other possibilities mentioned include the Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl in Nashville, Tennessee, a game South Carolina has never participated in, and the AutoZone Liberty Bowl in Memphis, Tennessee, where USC last went in 2006. ▪ ESPN (Kyle Bonagura): Gator Bowl vs. Indiana, Jan. 2 ▪ ESPN (Mark Schlabach): Music City Bowl vs. Louisville, Dec. 20 ▪ CBS Sports: Gator Bowl vs. Iowa, Jan. 2 ▪ Banner Society: Gator Bowl vs. Michigan State, Jan. 2 ▪ Action Network: Gator Bowl vs. Michigan State, Jan. 2 ▪ Sporting News: Liberty Bowl vs. Iowa State, Dec. 31 ▪ College Football News: Liberty Bowl vs. Iowa State, Dec. 31
  19. As you can see below, fans have been throwing towels, water bottles and trash on the field during multiple points in the game:
  20. Carolina - Vanderbilt Game Time Set 10/21/2019 | Football It will be Homecoming Weekend in Columbia when the South Carolina Gamecocks host the Vanderbilt Commodores in an SEC Eastern Division matchup on Saturday, Nov. 2. Game time has been set for 7:30 pm ET from Williams-Brice Stadium and the game will be televised on SEC Network. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  21. Parking Information Announced for October 19 State Fair Game 10/13/2019 | Football | GCF Staff Report USC SPORTS Information Due to the annual South Carolina State Fair, parking and traffic will present potential challenges for fans attending the Oct. 19 South Carolina football game against Florida at Williams-Brice Stadium. Fans are encouraged to arrive early for the noon game. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  22. Ray apologized for those actions (Hedges) Oct. 14, 2019 The Gamecock celebration of the Gamecocks’ 20-17 upset win over Georgia included hugs, high-fives and hedges. University of Georgia administration and fans were not pleased with the latter — damage done to Sanford Stadium’s beloved hedges — enough so that South Carolina athletics director Ray Tanner reached out and apologized, according to a report by the Atlanta Journal Constitution. “Ray just apologized for those actions,” UGA athletics director Greg McGarity told the AJC’s DawgNation website.
  23. “This game says a lot about you guys. It says a lot about the guys we’ve got in this locker room, the culture of our organization, the character of our football team and where we’re headed. Does everybody understand? Give yourselves a hand. “Everybody from this state who went to school here is going to get a game ball – and I’m paying for it. …”
  24. Thursday Carolina Calls radio show notes Oct. 11, 2019 On his Thursday radio show ‘Carolina Calls,’ Muschamp received a question from a fan about using hand signals to communicate play calls between the coach, QB and other players. That led him into an explanation of the complicated method USC uses to get plays from the sideline onto the field. Coach Will Muschamp wants more technological advances allowed in college football. (VIEW ARTICLE)
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