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  1. 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.
  2. Redshirt on table for injured Gamecock senior other injuries & notes Sept. 19, 2019 South Carolina defensive tackle Keir Thomas is on the mend. He’s moving around after an infection in his ankle following surgery, and the hope is to get him working out next week. But there’s a chance the senior could get one more year in Columbia. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  3. Gamecocks football recruiting operation still waiting to put the finishing touches on the game-day experience Sept. 17, 2019 The Gamecock football program spares no expense on the recruiting side. The staff is robust. The people are very talented. The plans and events for recruits have a lot of appeal and also educate families about what they’ll be doing on campus. Gamecocks are waiting on one more project. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  4. I’m going with Black helmets, white jerseys, garnet pants. let me add this they could wear pink. I don't care just want to win baby!!
  5. Hilinski gets high marks from his peers Sept. 17, 2019 The 20th freshman quarterback to face Nick Saban’s Alabama since 2007 threw more times and completed more passes than the previous 19. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  6. Hilinski gets high marks from his peers Sept. 17, 2019 The 20th freshman quarterback to face Nick Saban’s Alabama since 2007 threw more times and completed more passes than the previous 19. Gamecock senior receiver Bryan Edwards said this, “ Ryan he’s a true leader. Any time we lose, he’s going to take the blame for it. I just told him, ‘You did a great job in your second start against a top five-ranked team.’” The above message is what Edwards told Ryan Hilinski on the field at Williams-Brice Stadium following USC’s 47-23 loss to the second-ranked Crimson Tide on Saturday. The lopsided defeat came despite an inspired performance from a rookie signal caller. “He looked composed,” said Edwards, who made a career-high nine receptions for 79 yards. “He was calm. He did a great job of leading and he just does a great job overall. I’m just really proud of him, honestly.” Added senior center Donell Stanley: “I knew he’d get pressured a whole bunch, but he did well with that. He was composed.” Will Muschamp had this to say. “Going against a really good secondary he made some tight throws and had some balls dropped when we had some opportunities to keep the chains moving. “He hung in there and did a nice job.” The will to win showed With the result well in hand, Hilinski found Kyle Markway for an 11-yard score to cap an 11-play, 76-yard drive. Only 11 seconds remained in the game. Muschamp said. about his effort “I don’t know if I learned anything about him today, I felt he would play that way, I felt he would compete that way. And I’m real proud of his effort.” Hilinski, facing likely the best defense he’ll see all season, completed 36-of-57 passes for 324 yards, two touchdowns and an interception. The yards are the fourth-most by a freshman QB against Saban’s Tide, ranking only behind the likes of Clemson’s Trevor Lawrence (2018) and Oklahoma’s Trevor Knight (2013). After two starts — one in a win over an FCS team and one in a loss to an FBS title contender — it’s clear Hilinski has made a positive impression on the Gamecocks. Hilinski has relieved the injured Jake Bentley by completing 69 percent of his passes for 606 yards, four scores and two picks in two weeks. He was sacked three times Saturday.
  7. Improve the Gamecocks offensive attack: More deep shots? Sept. 06, 2019 RB Rico Dowdle the senior tailback has played for two coordinators, one head coach and now four offenses that have had their share of ups and downs, another big downer Saturday against the Tarheels. RB Rico Dowdle not shy, he had a few thoughts about how things might change after the team scored seven points across the final 48 minutes of game time. Starting off with. “I think we could have ran the ball on the them all game, if you ask me,” Dowdle said. “We didn’t run it as much as we did in the first half.” Through one quarter, the Gamecocks had nine carries for 90 yards. The next 19 non-sack carries netted 58 yards. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  8. Football 9/16/2019 | GCF Staff Report Hilinski Recognized as SEC Freshman of the Week Carolina Quarterback Honored for Performance Against Alabama University of South Carolina freshman quarterback Ryan Hilinski has been selected as the Southeastern Conference Freshman of the Week for his performance last Saturday against second-ranked Alabama. Making just his second career start and his first against an FBS opponent, Hilinski completed 36-of-57 passes for 324 yards with two touchdowns against the Crimson Tide. The 57 attempts were the second-most in a single-game in school history, topped only by the 58 that Steve Taneyhill threw against East Carolina in 1994, while the 36 completions ranks third in school history, topped only by Taneyhill on two occasions - 39 vs. ECU in '94 and 38 vs. Mississippi State in 1995. The 6-3, 230-pounder from Orange, Calif., became just the second freshman in program history to throw for more than 300 yards against an SEC opponent, joining Todd Ellis, who threw for 342 yards against Georgia in 1986. Hilinski and the Gamecocks (1-2, 0-1 SEC) will travel to Columbia, Mo. this week to face the Missouri Tigers (2-1, 0-0 SEC) in an SEC Eastern Division matchup. Game time is set for 4 pm ET (3 pm CT) and the contest will be televised on the SEC Network Alternate channel with Mike Morgan and Ray Bentley in the booth and Tera Talmadge on the sidelines.
  9. Gamecocks feel good about their offense but yearn for one tweak: more Joyner Sept. 16, 2019 Ryan Hilinski, Bryan Edwards, Rico Dowdle and Kyle Markway were among the South Carolina offensive players Will Muschamp was pleased with following their performances against Alabama on Saturday. Dakereon Joyner didn’t stand out in the 47-23 loss in the No. 2 Crimson Tide, but the Gamecocks want to make sure that doesn’t become the norm going forward. The versatile freshman is too talented to have one touch over 60 minutes, Muschamp said. USC rolled up 459 yards on the Tide. Joyner, via one reception, contributed just 13 of them. (VIEW ARTICLE) THE STATE
  10. (AUDIO) Will Muschamp conference call Sept. 15, 2019 USC coach Will Muschamp talked with the media Sunday night following an afternoon practice, and in looking back at the Alabama loss, Muschamp praised his offense for moving constantly in to Alabama territory but noted they have to score more points. Defensively, he felt good about the play up front but he said the secondary is a mess right now and they’ve got to figure out the issues back there. As for the touchdown issue at halftime, Muschamp reiterated that the official told him the replay official had ruled the runner down short of the foal and there was no reason to attempt to challenge that call. Muschamp said that a virus started moving thru the team last week and they cut back some things to help them out. Muschamp said Markway is playing good football for them and he played well Saturday. Muschamp said nothing vertical down the field hurt them against Alabama, it was slants, RPOs, quick stuff. Need to get more confidence in the secondary. They need to be able to man up and play some guys. Will Muschamp conference call
  11. Few question to throw are their. I have my own will share later. But want to hear your thought if you could sit down across Ray and tell him what you would like to see and change? The sound system. The concourse. The concessions TVs in the concourse. The ribbon boards. The video board. Cocky and the curtain drop. Add anything else here that you yourself would like to see.
  12. SEC Inside features Gamecocks tonight at 8:00 pm Should be interesting to watch tonight.
  13. ‘Give fate a chance.’ An oral history of South Carolina’s 2010 upset of No. 1 Alabama Sept. 09, 2019 Stephen Garcia started his afternoon in a jersey and football helmet, but ended his night wearing a robe and Spartan mask. What the only man in South Carolina history to quarterback the Gamecocks to a win over a No. 1-ranked team remembers most about Oct. 9, 2010, isn’t Steve Spurrier’s pre-game message or Alshon Jeffery’s catch or Stephon Gilmore’s sack. “It’s the after-party,” Garcia said, “for sure.” Call it a deserving evening of celebration for one of Columbia’s most notorious revelers of that era. Garcia had just guided USC to an upset of reigning national champion Alabama. (VIEW ARTICLE) THE STATE NOTE IF NOT A PAID SUBSCRIBER YOU GET Something like 5 free articles to read each month.
  14. Grading the Gamecocks improvements all over the field Saturday Sept. 09, 2019 Gamecocks crushed Charleston Southern Buccaneers at Williams-Brice Stadium 72-10 Saturday to earn there first win of the young season. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  15. Gamecock started planning for Alabama early, Gamecocks opened as a 21-point underdog Sept. 08, 2019 Muschamp said. “We game-plan our first four every summer,” Muschamp said. “Obviously there will be some changes. Sure they’ve got a new offensive coordinator. They’ll do what they do. But there’ll be some new wrinkles and additions that we’ll prepare for.” (VIEW ARTICLE)
  16. Sizing up South Carolina's win over Charleston Southern Sept. 07, 2019 Ryan Hilinski looked the part in his first start at quarterback for the South Carolina Gamecocks. Hilinski, who was starting in place Jake Bentley, completed his first 12 throws during the 72-10 win over Charleston Southern on Saturday afternoon at Williams-Brice Stadium. The freshman from Orange, Calif. connected on several short, quick-hitting passes. And he looked comfortable reading the Buccaneers defense and moving through his progressions, to find an open receiver. (VIEW ARTICLE) FREE 247SPORTS
  17. Ranking QB Ryan Hilinski’s debut among other Gamecock QB's in recent history Sept. 07, 2019 Freshman QB Ryan Hilinsk didn’t disappoint in the win as he threw for 282 yards and had three total touchdowns in the 72-10 win over Charleston Southern. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  18. Ranking QB Ryan Hilinski’s debut among other Gamecock QB's in recent history Sept. 07, 2019 Freshman QB Ryan Hilinsk didn’t disappoint in the win as he threw for 282 yards and had three total touchdowns in the 72-10 win over Charleston Southern. Here is a look at where QB Ryan Hilinski’s first start ranks among other Gamecock quarterbacks in the last 30 years: DEBUTS ▪ Ryan Hilinski, Sept. 7, 2019 vs. Charleston Southern - 24-30 282 yards 2 TD, rush TD (Win) ▪ Jake Bentley, Oct. 22, 2016 vs. UMass - 17-26 201 yards, 2 TDs (Win) ▪ Brandon McIlwain, Sept. 16, 2016 vs. East Carolina - 16-28 195 yards, 34 yards rush 2 TDs (Win) ▪ Lorenzo Nunez, Sept. 26, 2015 vs. UCF -12-22 184 yards 2 TDs, 123 yards rush (Win) ▪ Dylan Thompson, Sept. 8, 2012 vs. East Carolina - 21-37, 330 yards 3 TDs (Win) ▪ Connor Shaw, Oct 8, 2011 vs. Kentucky - 26-39 311 yards, 4 TDs, 42 yards rush (Win) ▪ Stephen Garcia, Sept. 18, 2008 vs. LSU - 14-26 215 yards TD (Loss) ▪ Chris Smelley, Sept. 1, 2007 vs. Louisiana - 10-14 101 yards, TD (Win) ▪ Blake Mitchell, Sept. 1, 2005 vs. UCF - 18-23 330 yards, 3 TDs (Win) ▪ Syvelle Newton, Sept. 18, 2004 vs. South Florida - 13-23 324 yards 4 TDs, 39 yards rush (Win) ▪ Steve Taneyhill, Oct. 17, 1992 vs. Mississippi State - 7-14 183 yards, 2 TDs (Win)
  19. WATCH: Ryan Hilinski scores his first college touchdown — with his legs He was deadly accurate early on, but when it came time for South Carolina freshman quarterback Ryan Hilinski to score the first touchdown of his college career, he got it done with his legs, not his arm. In the first quarter of USC’s home opener Saturday against Charleston Southern, Hilinski, starting in place of the injured Jake Bentley, held onto the ball himself and plunged into the end zone from four yards out to put South Carolina up 14-0. That score capped an impressive first few drives for Hilinski, who completed his first nine passing attempts for 82 yards, targeting eight different receivers. The touchdown was his first rushing attempt of the game.
  20. Jones: 'That's something that probably needed to happen Sept. 02, 2019 Deep within the bowels of Bank of America Stadium on Saturday night, South Carolina Gamecocks linebacker Ernest Jones offered a sobering take on the 24-20 loss to North Carolina. “We can’t really dwell on it now, it happened,” he said. “We’re going to learn from it. We’re going to be a great team. We’re going to be a good team. “That’s something that probably needed to happen.” Why is that? “I’m not sure. You’ve got to be – I guess I would say, humbled, sometimes,” Jones said. “That’s all I’ve got.” (VIEW ARTICLE) FREE 247SPORTS
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