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  1. 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.
  2. 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
  3. Ryan Hilinski, Gamecock teammate share difficult moments with youth in Columbia April 11, 2019 THE STATE Across the span of less than an hour, people saw two very different sides of South Carolina freshman quarterback Ryan Hilinski. At one point Wednesday night in Columbia’s Busby Street Community Center, Hilinski was sharing some details from the most difficult parts of his life with a decent-sized crowd, mostly young people. Soon after, when a question about football came up, he called an impromptu gathering of kids in the room to come up front, turn to a USC camera perso
  4. walk-on Darius Douglas has put his name in the transfer portal April 10, 2019 South Carolina might have at least one quarterback moving on this offseason. A school spokesperson confirmed walk-on Darius Douglas has put his name in the transfer portal. That doesn’t guarantee he’ll leave, but other coaches can reach out and contact him. Douglas has been on the roster since 2017 and came to USC out of Berkeley High School near Charleston. When Douglas signed, he’d considered smaller schools, but wanted to take a run at a big school. He had an offer from S.C. State and interest from
  5. Ryan Hilinski will be South Carolina’s backup quarterback. Here’s why April 07, 2019 THE STATE South Carolina head coach Will Muschamp did not name a backup quarterback after the Gamecocks’ spring game on Saturday. He (and offensive coordinator Bryan McClendon) did that during the game, even if it wasn’t their intention. Spring game statistics are worse than meaningless. They are often liars, but here are the numbers from South Carolina’s freshman quarterbacks anyway: 24-of-36 passing for 206 yards for early enrollee freshman Ryan Hilinski, and 10-of-23 passing for one touc
  6. What this transfer showed, and didn’t show, Will Muschamp this spring April 08, 2019 THE STATE The 6-foot-4 safety had a big hit early on. He pulled in an interception on the goal line. He finished with four tackles and a couple pass break-ups. For a team that likely needs another body at safety, he seems to be a good option. But Gamecocks coach Will Muschamp needs more in some key areas. “He’s been inconsistent as far as assignment-wise and effort, to be honest with you,” Muscahmp said.”And it’s something that he certainly can improve on. He flashed today on some play
  7. Gamecocks’ NFL stars like what they see at new football ops center April 07, 2019 On Saturday, some of the former Gamecocks playing in the NFL got their first look at the $50 million, 110,000-square-foot Cyndi and Kenneth Long Family Football Operations Center that opened in January. “It is unbelievable,” said Hayden Hurst, who is going into his second year with the Baltimore Ravens. “If I was a kid coming into college, that is as good as it gets. I don’t know what else you would need. Top to bottom the staircases, what else more you can want?” “Top of the line,” said Skai
  8. Jake Bentley believes South Carolina's offense will hit a new gear this season: 'I think it's going to be so much faster' April 01, 2019 This time last year, there was a ton of offseason hype surrounding South Carolina’s offense under new offensive coordinator Bryan McClendon. The spring game only added fuel to the fire as Jake Bentley connected on several deep shots in the spring game that had many envisioning SEC scoreboards lighting up in the fall whenever the Gamecocks hit the field. Unfortunately, more often than not, South Carolina’s offense was stuck in neutral when
  9. This Gamecocks veteran making progress because ‘he’s actually listening’ March 31, 2019 THE STATE There’s something different about Brad Johnson entering his third year on South Carolina’s football team. “It’s been good because he’s actually listening to some of the things I have said,” Gamecocks outside linebackers/buck coach Mike Peterson said. “I don’t think early on he was listening.” Johnson, a 6-foot-2, 245-pound junior, is working at the buck position along with D.J. Wonnum and freshman Rodricus Fitten this spring. “He’s one of the guys in the group that ha
  10. It’s not practice, it’s work: The NFL experience never far from Gamecocks’ minds March 28, 2019 THE STATE When South Carolina’s players talk about going to practice, Mike Peterson tells them about going to work. “I went to work every day,” Peterson says of his 14 years in the NFL. “When I hit them with that, that’s when they go, ‘Woah.’” Peterson leans on his NFL experience a lot when he’s coaching the Gamecocks outside linebackers coach, bucks and defensive ends, which he’s been doing for four seasons. “All the time,” he said. “Fourteen years, you always use that
  11. Why can’t Dakereon Joyner or Jay Urich hold on field goals for South Carolina? March 26, 2019 Punter Joseph Charlton will hold on field goals and extra points for South Carolina’s football team this year. While he does that, reserve quarterbacks Dakereon Joyner and Jay Urich are expected to be standing on the sideline contributing nothing to the Gamecocks, at least on game days. Joyner and Urich are both highly athletic quarterbacks with good enough ball-handlings skills to be star quarterbacks for their high school teams. So, why not use Joyner or Urich as the holder to op
  12. Some of the names in line to replace Deebo Samuel at kick returner March 26, 2019 THE STATE Through last offseason and last football season, South Carolina football coach Will Muschampcould confidently speak about his kick return game and the danger Deebo Samuel could always pose to the opposition. Now there’s no Deebo and a big hole to fill. “It’s always tough, but we’ve got plenty of guys that are great athletes, that are explosive playmakers,” special teams coordinator Coleman Hutzler said. “We’ve got to find that guy.” Last season, Samuel averaged 24.8 yards p
  13. South Carolina practice observations & offensive depth chart March 20, 2019 Freshman defensive lineman Joseph Anderson goes through drills during spring practice .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 South Carolina football team went outside in the chilly morning air on Wednesday for practice, with the first three periods open to the media. A few familiar faces were back after missing the start of spring. A few observat
  14. Video and a couple renderings from Fan Survey Legends Fan Survey
  15. Will Muschamp on SportsTalk Wednesday night (AUDIO) #Gamecocks March 14, 2019, SportsTalk Radio Network The USC football team is on spring break this week so head coach Will Muschamp has the chance to take stock of where things stand after five practices. He updated us on a number of issues with his team in an interview Wednesday night on SportsTalk. Head coach Will Muschamp The USC football team is on spring break this week so head coach Will Muschamp has the chance to take stock of where things stand after five practices. He updated us on a number of issues with his
  16. Freshman lineman for Gamecocks brings ‘something that’s hard to find’ March 11, 2019 When South Carolina’s football team was working on some team offensive prep in its first 2019 spring practice, one jersey number caught a little attention if one knew where to look. That would be the big No. 52 of Jaylen Nichols sauntering out to the right tackle spot with the second team. This matters because Nichols is only a true freshman, at the most challenging position for young players to play, finding his way out with the second team for his first college practice. Gamecocks co
  17. Deion Sanders Supports former Gamecock receiver Sterling Sharpe becoming a member of the NFL Hall Of Fame March 08, 2019 Deion Sanders got one good taste of facing South Carolina’s Sterling Sharpe in college, well before the pair had meetings in the NFL when Sharpe was with the Green Bay Packers and Sanders was with the Atlanta Falcons and San Francisco 49ers. Sanders is a Hall of Famer, one of the best to ever play the game, and in his expert opinion, Sharpe deserves a bust alongside his in Canton, Ohio. “The guy that should be in the Hall of Fame, who is one of the most p
  18. The conversation South Carolina’s Robinson had to have with team’s NFL fathers March 11, 2019 THE STATE It’s almost built into their titles as this point, an unfortunate element of being in the family of a top football player. Shilo Sanders’ name is almost always accompanied with the phrase “Deion Sanders’ son.” Jaycee Horn is similarly tied to his father Joe, though less so now than it was before his strong first season with South Carolina football. It’s not a topic the Gamecocks want at top of mind or affecting the way those players approach things. It meant a conver
  19. The defensive line where he was recruited for. Maybe he has not progressed quickly or better talent recruited for the DL made this the best move for him. This could turn out to be a very good move. I like his athleticism on the offensive line.
  20. South Carolina wide receiver Chad Terrell comeback from injury March 05, 2019 Teammates helped South Carolina wide receiver Chad Terrell. He’d never been through something like it before. He’d been a star football player, in-demand recruit, got some snaps on a nine-win SEC team as a true freshman. And then one day, early last March, he was on the shelf. “It’s been kind of crazy,” Terrell said. “I never really experienced an injury like the ACL tear and it threw me off for a little bit. But all my coaches just stayed on me and my teammates helped lift me up, telling me
  21. Jake Bentley discusses his personal goals, South Carolina's team goals for 2019 March 04, 2019 SDS South Carolina may have failed to live up to the preseason hype last fall but that hasn’t tempered the expectations in the Gamecock locker room heading into 2019. In fact, the goals remain the same for South Carolina this season — win the SEC East and beat Clemson. That’s according to Jake Bentley, who met with the media on Monday to discuss the final spring camp of his playing career in Columbia. “I think it’s the same team goals every year and that’s never going to chan
  22. Sophomore DT J.J. Enagbare switching position this season February 27, 2019 DT J.J. Enagbare recruited for defensive end played a year at defensive tackle, J.J. is on his way back to switching at the DE Postilion this spring back to his original position. The sophomore defensive lineman, who became a big piece of the Gamecock rotation as a freshman, is going to bump out to start spring practice and could split time at both defensive line spots this year. Quote “We’re going to play him at end,” Will Muschamp said. “But he’s obviously a guy that’s got some versatility that c
  23. South Carolina’s plan for backup QB job February 27, 2019 The competition to be South Carolina’s second-string quarterback begins Wednesday as the Gamecocks start spring practice. The competition to be South Carolina’s starter has been decided. “There is no question that right now (Jake Bentley) is the best quarterback on our roster,” head coach Will Muschamp said Tuesday. Bentley has thrown for 7,385 yards and started 31 of the last 32 games for the Gamecocks. He is within reach of the school’s career passing record (9,953 yards by Todd Ellis) and could become just the nin
  24. Tuesday, February 26 - Head coach Will Muschamp press conference - 1 pm, Media Room Long Ops Center February 26, 2019 We will have video and full report coming up shortly following Head coach Will Muschamp press conference.
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