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  1. South Carolina @ Clemson - 11-24-18 NCAA Football 19 Week 13 Simulation Bentley to Davis on a deep ball for the win with about 30 seconds to go. Unreal Got nervous on their last play but the Gamecocks batted it down
  2. WATCH: Gamecocks legend Marcus Lattimore delivers hilarious Steve Spurrier impression
  3. Kingston previews his first SEC Tournament (VIDEO) MAY 21, 2018 USC is one of the hottest teams in the SEC going into the tournament Tuesday night in Hoover, AL. The Gamecocks played the second half of the league schedule at 11-4, the best mark in the league over the final 15 games. Ole Miss and Mississippi State were next at 10-5. The Gamecocks play Missouri Tuesday night in the final game of the single elimination portion of the tournament with freshman Carmen Mlodzinski going to the mound. Monday morning coach Mark Kingston updated his team before getting on the bus for Hoover. Mark Kingston part 1 Mark Kingston part 2 Here’s the breakdown of the 2nd half only SEC standings: USC 11-4 Ole Miss 10-5 Mississippi State 10-5 Georgia 9-6 Auburn 9-6 Arkansas 8-7 Vanderbilt 7-8 Tennessee 7-8 Kentucky 6-9
  4. VIDEO: Frank Marin News Conference May 9, 2018 Gamecocks Basketball Coach Frank Martin addresses off-season roster movement South Carolina Men’s Basketball Coach Frank Martin addressed the media on Wednesday to address where his roster sits going into the final week of the basketball signing period. As his roster currently sits, the Gamecocks have 11 of their 13 scholarship spots filled after the adding three incoming freshmen and one player in the graduate transfer market. South Carolina suffered major defections including the graduation of Wesley Myers and Frank Booker and the departures of Kory Holden, Ibrahim Famouke Doumbia, Khadim Gueye, David Beatty and Rakym Felder. The case of Felder proved to be most compelling, as he provided a natural fit at a position of need for the Gamecocks, but Martin said there were things Felder did not do off the court to satisfy keeping him on the team South Carolina has two players currently testing the NBA Draft process, with Chris Silva attending workouts with the Brooklyn Nets, the Milwaukee Bucks and the Oklahoma City Thunder, while Brian Bowen will attend the NBA Draft Combine on May 16th. Both players have until May 30th to decide to stay in the draft or return to school, but Bowen is not likely to know the status of his NCAA eligibility by then. Martin believes that Bowen wants to play for the Gamecocks if the NCAA will allow him to do so South Carolina’s three confirmed freshmen (Jermaine Cousinard, TJ Moss & Alanzo Frink) have all signed their letters of intent to play with the Gamecocks. USC also received a commitment earlier this week from graduate-transfer point guard Tre Campbell from Georgetown, but Martin cannot speak about him until he signs his transfer papers The Gamecocks have until May 16th to add freshmen players via the regular signing period, but can add transfers through the summer.
  5. USC head football coach Will Muschamp gives the latest on his team May 20/2018
  6. Gamecocks add another 2020 lineman May 08, 2018 Rivals bio / 247sports bio / Rivals star ranking / 247sports star ranking The 2020 South Carolina recruiting class added another commitment on Tuesday afternoon when 4 star offensive lineman Issiah Walker Jr. 6'4" 265lbs announced his commitment. The Gamecocks now have three commitments in their 2020 recruiting class. “I like the coaches and how they operated when I went to their camp my ninth grade year,” Walker said. A sophomore at Norland High School in Miami, Fla., Walker was measured at 6-foot-4, 244 pounds during The Opening’s regional stop in February. According to his Hudl page, Walker weighs 260. Florida, Kentucky and South Florida have also offered. Walker joins 3-star running back Mecose Todd (Villa Rica, Ga.) and guard Tyshawn Wannamaker (Saint Matthews, S.C.) in South Carolina’s 2020 class. The Gamecocks’ 2019 haul currently includes a pair of offensive lineman from the Miami area: 3-star tackle Mark Fox Jr. (Miami-Northwestern) and 3-star center Vincent Murphy (Fort Lauderdale-St. Thomas Aquinas). At least 15 offensive linemen from the Class of 2020 list offers from South Carolina, including 5-star tackle Bryn Tucker (Knoxville, Tenn.), 4-star tackle Tate Ratledge (Rome, Ga.) and unranked tackle Avery Jernigan (Blackshear, Ga.). It is unclear how many offensive linemen the Gamecocks plan to sign during the 2020 cycle. They’re projected to take as many as five in 2019. Video Highlights & Profile PROFILE Jersey #: 54 Position: T Height & Weight: 6'4" 260lbs Class of: 2020
  7. Traevon Kenion announces commitment to 2019 South Carolina recruiting class April 29, 2018 Rivals bio / 247sports bio / Rivals star ranking 4 / 247sports star ranking 4 VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS & PROFILE Traevon Kenion 6'4" 212lbs is classified as a 4-star wide receiver, but he’s committed to the 2019 South Carolina recruiting class as a tight end. The Gamecocks added his commitment on Sunday in this video. North Carolina, North Carolina State and Virginia Tech were the primary contenders, but he also listed offers from Louisville and Missouri, among others. “I love it down there,” Kenion said. “The feel, how I feel down there. It’s different from a lot of other schools and I love that feeling. I love the coaches down there, real cool coaches. “They know what they’re talking about and they’re telling me what they would like to see me do. I like what they’re saying.” South Carolina has two tight ends committed to the 2019 class. Three-star KeShawn Toney, 6-foot-3, 240-pound prospect from Williston, S.C., is ranked by the 247Sports composite as the No. 30 tight end in the Class of 2019. Kenion (6-4, 220) is the No. 44-ranked wide receiver in the country. With Kenion’s pledge, the Gamecocks now have three 4-star prospects in their 2019 haul. Kenion is ranked third-higest among those commitments, behind 4-star quarterback Ryan Hilinski (Orange, Calif.) and 4-star wide receiver Jamario Holley (Rock Hill, S.C.). What newest commitment Traevon Kenion adds to Gamecocks Gamecocks will utilize newest commit’s size and speed Traevon Kenion, the latest commitment to the 2019 South Carolina recruiting class, is listed at 6-foot-4, 220 pounds on his 247Sports profile. The 4-star wide receiver from Monroe (N.C.) High School will play tight end for the Gamecocks, joining 3-star commitment Keshawn Toney at the position this cycle. “People are going to look at him, because of his size and height, just because he’s a big guy and he can put on some weight,” Monroe coach Johnny Sowell said. “But I think a lot of people forget that he was a track guy. … He knows how to catch the ball and change gears.” As a sophomore, Kenion was timed at 22.9 seconds in the 200-meter dash, according to Monroe assistant football coach Quartell Wright. “Not a lot of 6-4 guys that can run and catch,” Wright said. “You might have big guys who can catch the ball. … To be that big and young, he can catch short routes and go the distance. He can run past people.” Wright added, “The kid’s got all the physical attributes that you need. He’s big, can run fast and stretch the field.” What else Traevon Kenion brings to table There are a few intangibles that also stand out. “His leadership. He works hard and other kids see that. They see what it takes to get on that level,” Wright said. “Right now, he’s a junior, but he’s being a senior guy. He’s getting kids in the weight room.” Kenion is the No. 44-ranked wide receiver in the Class of 2019, according to the 247Sports composite. “You can see the maturity, from him being a freshman to now,” Wright said. “He’s doing everything right, to get and stay right.” Jersey #: 6 Positions: WR, DE, TE Bench: 155 Class of: 2019
  8. South Carolina's SpursUp cookout Lands commit for the 2020 class April 21, 2018 Rivals bio / 247sports bio / Rivals star ranking / 247sports star ranking The Gamecocks received a commitment on Saturday for the Class of 2020 from offensive guard Tyshawn Wannamaker the 6'4" 320lbs (Saint Matthews/Calhoun County), he becomes the second commitment in the class. "First I would like to thank God for this opportunity to extend my career at the University of South Carolina," Wannamaker said on Twitter. "I am committed and officially a Gamecock. #SpursUp." Marcus Lattimore scored his last USC touchdown nearly six years ago, but Saturday he scored again helping the Gamecocks land their newest commitment. 2020 OL Tyshawn Wannamaker (6-4 330) of Calhoun Academy committed to the Gamecocks at their SpursUp Cookout, and he said a talk by Lattimore helped him to make up his mind on the spot. “My 8th grade year summer they started looking at me and my freshman year they were my first offer,” Wannamaker said in recounting the development of the relationship with the Gamecocks. “Today I went up there for SpursUp day. Marcus Lattimore, he gave a speech and the words that he spoke about today it touched me, and I chose to be there.” The 6-foot-4, 320-pound lineman was part of a 2-9 Saints squad last season. He's the second member of the team's 2020 class, joining Georgia tailback Mecose Todd. Video Highlights & Profile Tyshawn Wannamaker Movie.mp4 PROFILE Jersey #: 62 Positions: DE, G, T Class of: 2020
  9. WATCH: South Carolina drops hair-raising hype video for 2018 season April 17, 2018 It has been several years since South Carolina fans have been as excited about an upcoming football season than this year, and the Gamecocks faithful will be even more pumped after seeing this video that the official football Twitter account dropped today. There is reason for a lot of optimism in Columbia as Will Muschamp enters his third year in charge of the program. Quarterback Jake Bentley should be one of the top passers in the league and the return of wide receiver Deebo Samuel will make the South Carolina passing game lethal. Add that to an ever-improving defense – Muschamp’s speciality – and the Gamecocks have their eyes on another trip to Atlanta for the SEC Championship Game.
  10. Georgia LB Tra Wilkins commits to USC APRIL 13, 2018 LINK: SPORTSTALK Rivals bio 247sports bio Rivals star ranking 3 247sports star ranking N/A https://www.hudl.com/video/3/6230830/59c888a43449410a4cba066a LB Tra Wilkins 6'2" 210lbs of Stone Mountain, GA Friday announced a commitment to USC. Wilkins said he contacted recruiters Travaris Robinson and Bryan McClendon Thursday night and gave them the news and will be talking with head coach Will Muschamp tonight. “There’s a lot of reasons. The best reasons are it’s close to home and I feel like I’ll be a great fit for them,” Wilkins said. “They want me at that middle linebacker spot.” Wilkins also has offers from Georgia, Ohio State, North Carolina, Tennessee, Florida, Auburn, Alabama and others. Last season Wilkins was in on 80 tackles with 11 sacks. He gives the Gamecocks 9 commitments for the 2019 class PROFILE Jersey #: 7 Positions: OLB, MLB Height & Weight: 6'2" 210lbs 40 Yard Dash: 4.65 Bench: 280 185 Bench (Reps): 18 Squat(LBS): 405 Class of: 2019
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  12. I love these videos that show all those different types of angles and shots of the players that you don't get to typically see. I can't wait for more of these to come in the fall practices. Here We Come| South Carolina Football 2018 Hype "See Me Fall
  13. 4 star QB Ryan Hilinski commits to Gamecocks April 04, 2018 Rivals bio 247sports bio Rivals star ranking 247sports star ranking Hilinski on SportsTalk to talk about his decision for USC Video Highlights & Profile One day after missing on one of the top quarterbacks on its board for the 2019 class, USC landed another of equal importance to it as QB Ryan Hilinski 6'3" 203lbs of Orange, CA announced his intentions to sign with the Gamecocks in December. He picked USC over Georgia, Ole Miss, Texas A&M, Arizona, Arizona State and Oregon. Hilinski and his family, who plan to move with him to South Carolina, made an unofficial to USC last weekend for the spring game. That was their second visit to see the Gamecocks up close and that was enough to convince them USC was the right place. “This past weekend pretty much summed it up for me,” Hilinski said. “I feel comfortable. They took care of myself and my family and I couldn’t be more happy.” I just feel comfortable and got a feeling today (Tuesday) after I spread my brother’s ashes.” Hilinski’s brother was former Washington State quarterback Ty Hilinski. He committed suicide in January and Tuesday, while on vacation in Hawaii, the family released his ashes into the Pacific Ocean. Ryan Hilinski is regarded by analysts as one of the top pro-style passing quarterbacks in the country and was selected for the Elite 11 Finals. Last season he passed for 3767 yards and 33 touchdowns. “If I see the receiver open, the ball is going to get there as soon as he’s open,” Hilinski said. “He (QB coach Dan Werner) loves my charisma as a quarterback, loves my leadership is what he told me. He could tell by talking to people at my school that I’m a great kid which is probably the biggest thing I pride myself on besides football. He thinks I can run a little bit, which I can. A lot of people don’t think I can, so I think he likes that. It’s a secret weapon.” Hilinski is USC’s first quarterback commitment for 2019 and the ninth overall commitment in the class. PROFILE Jersey #: 4 Positions: QB Height & Weight: 6'4" 218lbs Nike Football Rating: 70.62 40 Yard Dash: 4.95 Shuttle: 4.65 Vertical: 26.4 Powerball: 36
  14. Will Muschamp speaks in Charlotte April 03, 2018 / From 247sports CHARLOTTE, N.C. – South Carolina head coach Will Muschamp made his first stop on his Gamecock Club SpursUp Tour. He spoke briefly before the event started.
  15. WATCH: South Carolina strength coach Jeff Dillman hilariously gets into construction of new Gamecocks weight room April 02, 2018 Consider South Carolina strength and conditioning coach Jeff Dillman excited about the construction of the Gamecocks’ new weight room. On Monday, Dillman was the star of a video released by South Carolina that showcased work on the program’s new football operations facility, which will include a weight room as part of the 110,000-square-foot structure. He plays the part of a strength coach well in the clip, yelling and screaming during his “tour” of the facility. He also takes part in various exercises for the camera. “Right here,” Dillman says in the video, “this is where it’s all going to go down.” Check it out below: You’ve got to love the passion, right? South Carolina players and coaches will enjoy the new weight room when it’s finished. As for the Gamecocks’ current work, they’re preparing for another campaign under coach Will Muschamp, who guided South Carolina to a 9-4 finish with a victory against Michigan in the Outback Bowl last season. The Gamecocks are 15-11 in two seasons under Muschamp.
  16. South Carolina 2018 Football Schedule Preview - Projected Record We break down the 2018 football schedule for South Carolina and project what their record could be based on the odds. Off-Season Schedule: South Carolina 2018 Football Schedule Preview - Projected Record
  17. Black post 34-20 win in annual Garnet & Black Spring Game with videos, gallery, stats & more Up-Tempo Offense Lights Up Williams-Brice Stadium Scoreboard GCF Staff Report March 31, 2018 Statistics / Photo Gallery / Quotes Garnet & Black Spring Game videos highlights and interviews with players — 3/31/18 COLUMBIA, S.C. — Showing off a new, up-tempo pace, the South Carolina first and second-team offensive units moved the ball consistently in a Black 34-20 win over Garnet in the annual Garnet & Black Spring Game, held at Williams-Brice Stadium on Saturday. (MORE)
  18. Garnet & Black Spring Game Postgame News Conferences — 3/31/18
  19. WATCH: Steve Spurrier drops wide-open pass, falls in end zone during South Carolina spring game March 31, 2018 Steve Spurrier has nothing on Deebo Samuel. The former South Carolina coach made a cameo during the Gamecocks’ annual spring game on Saturday, appearing wide open for a would-be touchdown pass from Michael Scarnecchia … only to drop it.
  20. VIDEO: Meet USC’s newest assistant coach, Kyle Krantz March 30, 2018 Friday brought the last of the USC assistant coaches in front of the media following the last spring practice prior to Saturday’s spring game. There will be two more practices next week but no media availability. Fridays’ coach was the newest member of the full time staff, Kyle Krantz, who was promoted when the 10th assistant position was created. He works with the Nickels and Sam linebackers and assists with special teams. Kyle Krantz Media Availability — 3/30/18
  21. Position coach talks Jamyest Williams, nickel vs. safety March 30, 2018 Kyle Krantz - 2018 Gamecocks spring practice South Carolina head coach Will Muschamp’s declaration that Jamyest Williams is a safety for the Gamecocks now caused some stir this week. However, Gamecocks assistant coach Kyle Krantz explained Friday that just because Williams is called a safety doesn’t mean he won’t still be playing some nickel. “We like to get a lot of our guys to be trained in a number of positions,” said Kyle Krantz, who was hired this offseason as South Carolina’s 10th assistant coach and is working with the team nickel backs and strong side linebackers. “Jam has proven he can help us at nickel. He’s shown that he can do it, and he’s a safety as well. We are going to get as many guys in there and teach them the defense and go.” Williams, a 5-foot-8, 175-pound sophomore who is sitting out spring practice following shoulder surgery, started six games at nickel last year. He recorded 38 tackles and two interceptions. The Gamecocks have tried seven players at the nickel position this season, Krantz said, including Keisean Nixon, Javon Charleston and Kenneth Coleman. “You really want a hybrid,” Krantz said. “You want someone who can cover like a corner and will like a safety. He’s going to be down in the box. Sometimes he’s playing man-to-man. It’s a unique skill set, but we’ve got some guys on our roster who can do it.” THE STATE
  22. Outside linebackers and Bucks were the subject of Thursday’s USC post-practice media session featuring Mike Peterson. Peterson said he was generally pleased with the progress of his guys with DJ Wonnum emerging as a leader for him. He’s also been pleased with the development of Brad Johnson since last season and he feels the light has come on with Shameik Blackshear. Peterson said he’s also looking forward to having Bryson Allen-Williams back in action this season. Outside linebacker coach Mike Peterson meets with the media — 3/29/18
  23. VIDEO: Wednesday football media availability with players South Carolina players feel ready for this weekend’s Spring Game Ten Players Address Questions from the Media March 28, 2018 Several members of the Gamecocks' offense and defense took questions from the media Wednesday morning including Sadarius Hutcherson, Dennis Daley, Chavis Dawkins, K.C. Crosby, A.J. Turner, Keir Thomas, M.J. Webb, T.J. Brunson, Javon Charleston and Parker White. LINK TO VIDEOS
  24. The challenge in recruiting top offensive linemen March 27, 2018 Eric Wolford spring practice 2018 It’s a challenge that isn’t limited to Eric Wolford and his pursuit of top-notch offensive linemen for the South Carolina football team. “I think there’s a growing concern among us O-line coaches and from people in general,” Wolford said. “You hear it from people in the NFL all the time – lack of quality offensive linemen and being able to develop them. That’s a big thing that I’ve really tried to work on is just developing players.” Generally speaking, the biggest, strongest and most athletic linemen usually end up on the defensive side of the ball. The Gamecocks second-year offensive line coach spoke of two examples on Tuesday morning. No. 1: Jesus Gibbs, a 3-star offensive tackle who signed with South Carolina as a defensive lineman. The 6-foot-3, 283-pound prospect from Dumfries, Va., originally was committed to play on Wolford’s line. “That’s an example of they’re always going to take the bigger, more athletic guys and have them over there,” Wolford said. “When Jesus Gibbs, in my eyes, when he was here in the summer, was an offensive lineman, but I knew he could play well enough on defensive line to play d-line and that was Virginia and Virginia Tech’s only angle, because we already had him.” No. 2: An unnamed commitment to the Gamecocks 2019 class with “other SEC schools” that are “now are starting to talk to him about D-line.” “And I’m like, really? But that means we’re looking for the right kind of guys,” Wolford said. “We’ve just got to have a long list and, hopefully, we can get them to come here.” There are a handful of specifics Wolford looks for as he’s evaluating and recruiting offensive lineman. “You’ve got to have quick feet. You’ve got to have the ability to bend. You want to be a guy that has length, your ability to change direction and your ability to anchor,” Wolford said. “That’s a big thing, nowadays, your ability to bend and anchor. “When I say anchor, I mean not get pushed back into the pocket. That’s your fastest way to being on the bench. You can’t get pushed back into the quarterback.” Here’s the problem: Even the best offensive lines have trouble blocking the best defensive lines. Wolford referred to the Alabama-Georgia game for the national title. “Those are supposedly the best two teams in college football playing each other and neither one of them could block the other one’s defensive line, so it’s a growing concern,” he said. “We’ve got to continue to find ways to develop players and get them to be able to matchup better. They get you in five 1-on-1s a lot, the defense, by scheme. “And they’ll find your scab. They’ll find your wart, I say, and they’ll keep picking at it until you find a way to be able to help that guy.” Why South Carolina line coach Eric Wolford wants so many centers this fall? If all goes as planned, junior Donell Stanley will be South Carolina’s starting center this fall, but there will be no shortage of backups. That’s because of something Gamecocks offensive line coach Eric Wolford as an assistant offensive line coach with the San Francisco 49ers. When Wolford realized in his first pro game that NFL teams have only seven offensive linemen dressed for most games, the importance of versatility was drilled into him. “I think I owe it to all of my players who play inside to make sure they can snap the football,” Wolford said. “Some day when they’re trying to make a professional football team, they are going to be asked to play multiple positions and the first time they try to do that I don’t want it to be when they’re trying to make a team at the highest level and they’ve never snapped a football in a game or played it in practice.” Starting guards Zack Bailey and Sadarius Hutcherson and reserves Eric Douglas, Chandler Farrell and Hank Manos all will be able to play center next year if they have to, Wolford said. “You have to be able to show you’re versatile and that’s my responsibility as a coach while they are here in college to make sure they have a comfort zone,” Wolford said.
  25. Gamecocks land commitment from junior college defensive lineman Jahkeem Green March 24, 2018 Rivals bio / 247sports bio / Rivals star ranking / 247sports bio The 2019 South Carolina recruiting class picked up a commitment from junior college defensive lineman Jahkeem Green on Saturday. Green, a 6-foot-5, 305-pound prospect from HighlandCommunity College, is originally from Sumter, S.C. As a freshman at Highland, Green had 49 tackles and 6 sacks. During his junior and senior seasons at Sumter, Green had 88 tackles and 2.5 sacks. South Carolina’s 2019 commitment class includes two other defensive lineman: 3-star end Devontae Davis, a JUCO prospect at GeorgiaMilitary College, is originally from SilverBluffHigh School in Aiken, S.C. Three-star end Rodricus Fitten, who’s from WashingtonHigh School in Atlanta, is the longest tenured commitment in the Gamecocks class. Before the day began, the 2019 South Carolina recruiting class was ranked by the 247Sports composite as the No. 9 class in the country Video Highlights & Profile PROFILE Men's Varsity Football Highland, KS Jersey #: 50 Height & Weight: 6'4" 305lbs Class of: 2017

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