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SB Nation's Steven Godfrey discusses his feature outlining the system that college football boosters abide by to take care of heralded recruits. Read the fascinating story here:
SEC in discussions to trade South Carolina to ACC in exchange for Clemson April 01, 2017 In light of Clemson’s championship run in football and South Carolina’s improbable run to the Final Four in the 2017 NCAA Tournament, some interesting discussions have materialized between the SEC and ACC. In a shocking development, both conferences are discussing an actual trade of member institutions presumably to get back to each conference’s respective core identity. Of course with Clemson’s consecutive runs to the College Football Playoff Championship Game, the SEC would be further bolstering its stranglehold on college football, and the ACC — which has long since abandoned any hope of being a football power in the eyes of many fans north of South Carolina — would improve its status as a basketball conference by obtaining the Gamecocks basketball program and 2017 March Madness darling, Frank Martin. While the move might come as a surprise to fans, the topic has been discussed in some corners of the sports media world. Veteran Boston Globe writer Bob Ryan noted recently on Twitter that South Carolina made a huge mistake leaving the ACC to become an independent in 1971. When asked to comment, South Carolina football coach Will Muschamp was surprisingly positive on the possible move. “You mean I get to pound on those sissies from Syracuse and Boston College each year rather than face the likes of Georgia, LSU and Alabama? Sure sign me up!” he said, laughing maniacally. Further investigation has revealed that the ACC initiated the conversations. ACC Commissioner John Swofford confirmed as much and added that “the Gamecocks were ours first,” referencing the fact that South Carolina was a founding member of the Atlantic Coast Conference. We reached out to Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney for comment as well. Upon hearing our question, he launched into a long story about his childhood in Alabama, and frankly, we lost interest. As such, we have no comment from Swinney on the potential move. Happy April Fools’ Day! SDS
Ray Tanner joins SportsTalk to update changes on NCAA Convention (AUDIO) JANUARY 20, 2017 Ray Tanner University of South Carolina Athletic Director Ray Tanner stopped by SportsTalk on his way back from the NCAA Convention in Memphis. Tanner said he’s excited that players will now get a 21-day rest period in the off season to relax and enjoy the student experience at their schools USC did well at the Birmingham Bowl where Tanner said the school came in just under the cap for expenditures and just about broke even on the trip. In addition to those updates Tanner comments on the successes of the men and women’s basketball teams as well as the hopes for the upcoming baseball season. Listen to what Ray Tanner had to say here
AFCA proposes major rule changes regarding redshirts, staff size, recruiting Jan. 12, 2016 College football coaches are advocating for major rule changes when it comes to redshirting players, an early signing period for recruiting and increasing the size of coaching staffs. At the annual American Football coaches Association (AFCA) meetings in Nashville this week, coaches made a proposal that would allow players to redshirt as long as they play less than four games. Current rules dictate that a player cannot redshirt if he plays a single snap in a season, except in the case of injury. (READ ON)