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  1. Another Carolina Podcast: Official visit recaps and 'Big boy recruiting' Topics on this episode include: - The latest on five official visitors who South Carolina hosted this past weekend including four-star commitment Alex Huntley. - Two prospects are already locked in on officials for the upcoming weekend. The latest on each player. - Who has impressed at camp so far and what has stood out to the Gamecock Central staff. - Which top targets are expected in for Carolina's camp this weekend. - The latest on four-star RB target Tank Bigsby and our take on "Big boy recruiting." SOUTH CAROLINA GAMECOCKS FOOTBALL RECRUITING South Carolina football and recruiting insiders Chris Clark and Wes Mitchell join host Pearson Fowler on Another Carolina Podcast to discuss another weekend of official visits and look ahead to more camp days.
  2. Former Graduate transfer Nick Harvey finds a new home June 18, 2019 The former top recruit said goodbye to Texas A&M, joined the Gamecocks as a graduate transfer, ready to shore up a thin secondary. In the end, his USC career lasted less than four games, and he’ll finish his career at North Texas. Harvey, who announced his transfer in January, tweeted Monday he’ll join the Mean Green for his final season of eligibility.
  3. South Carolina has not lost to a team from North Carolina this century. In the early 2000's it did not mean much, but now that we are nearing 20 years, it begins to have some significance.
  4. Will Muschamp gives summer update on Gamecocks (AUDIO) June 12, 2019 USC football coach Will Muschamp is in between camp sessions. His next camp comes up on Friday and they will run thru next week. With a bit of break, Muschamp joined us on SportsTalk Tuesday night. Muschamp discussed last weekend’s recruiting surge, some key points on his team for this season and why the culture of Gamecock football is changing under his watch. Will Muschamp on SportsTalk
  5. Football 6/11/2019 | From USC Sports Information | GCF Staff Report Eight Gamecocks Earn Spots on Steele's Preseason All-SEC Squads Kinlaw Named Preseason Third-Team All-American by National Publication Eight University of South Carolina football players were recognized as 2019 preseason All-SEC selections, according to The Phil Steele College Football Preview, it was announced today. In addition, defensive tackle Javon Kinlaw was recognized as a third-team preseason All-American by the national publication. Kinlaw, a 6-6, 302-pound senior from Charleston, S.C., was the lone Gamecock to be named to the first-team All-SEC unit. The All-America candidate was a co-winner of the Joe Morrison Award with T.J. Brunson last season, which goes to the team's MVP on defense. He was credited with 38 stops in 2018, including 10.0 tackles for loss and 4.5 sacks.The Gamecocks had three players, wide receiver Bryan Edwards, defensive end D.J. Wonnum, and linebacker T.J. Brunson, earn second team recognition by the national publication. Edwards, a 6-3, 215-pound senior from Conway, S.C., caught 55 passes for 846 yards a season ago, and has 163 career receptions for 2,229 yards. He is among the school's all-time career leaders in receptions (5th), receiving yards (6th), and receiving touchdowns (t9th) with 16.Wonnum, a 6-5, 255-pound senior from Stone Mountain, Ga., plays the Buck position for Carolina. He is healthy again after injuries derailed much of his 2018 campaign. He was selected as a team captain in 2017 after a very productive season in which he logged 57 tackles including 13.0 tackles for loss and 6.0 sacks.Brunson, a 6-1, 235-pound senior from Columbia, was the team's leading tackler in 2018 with 106 stops. Selected as one of four team captains last season, A starter in every game over the past two seasons, Brunson has registered 206 career tackles, including 15.0 tackles for loss and 6.0 sacks. A quartet of Gamecocks were recognized on Steele's fourth-team All-SEC squad, including wide receiver Shi Smith, offensive lineman Donell Stanley, cornerback Jaycee Horn and punter Joseph Charlton. Smith, a 5-10, 186-pound junior from Union, S.C., hauled in 45 passes a season ago for 673 yards and four touchdowns. In his first two seasons for the Garnet & Black, he has amassed 1,082 receiving yards and seven touchdowns.A leader on the offensive line, Stanley returns for his sixth year of eligibility. The 6-3, 322-pounder from Floydale, S.C. has appeared in 38 games for the Garnet & Black, making 26 starts including 12 at center, 10 at left guard and four at right guard.Horn, a 6-1, 200-pound sophomore defensive back from Alpharetta, Ga., earned Freshman All-SEC accolades by the league's coaches last season after making 10 starts. Horn shared the Most Productive Player Award for the defense with Brunson a year ago while playing both cornerback and nickel. Charlton, a 6-5, 193-pounder from Columbia, earned a spot on the All-SEC second team as selected by the league's coaches following the 2018 season. As a junior, Charlton set the school record by averaging 44.8-yards per punt, and is averaging a school-record 44.1 yards per punt throughout his career. The Gamecocks will open the 2019 campaign in Charlotte on August 31 against the North Carolina Tar Heels. Game time is set for 3:30 pm ET and the game will be televised nationally on ESPN.
  6. WATCH: Deion Sanders working out together with son Shilo Sanders
  7. Need some rain so let's talk the rainiest game you ever attended at W-B. One that stands out to me was the East Carolina game very rainy and a very muddy field miserable night all the way around we got thump by East Carolina. One running back cannot recall his name took it to us all night long.
  8. What Ray Tanner said about alcohol sales June 07, 2019, | GAMECOCKCENTRAL South Carolina fans may soon have the option to buy alcohol at Williams-Brice, or at any other Gamecock sports venue, but it may not be available for the team’s first home game. Ray Tanner, speaking at Friday’s Board of Trustees meeting, said the athletic department is still in the “information gathering” portion of the decision making process and, if alcohol sales ultimately do happen, some work will still need to happen at Williams-Brice before those dreams become a reality. (CLICK TO VIEW) Free article
  9. Next up besides Clemson. Who next is are rivalry foe in football? To me Georgia, but there are others Tennessee, Florida, Mizzu. Can Kentucky creep in? How about North Carolina or any others come to mind?
  10. The Gamecocks transfer tweeted Sunday he’s joining the Mocs, around six weeks removed from entering the transfer portal. Transferring to the FCS, he will not have to sit out a year.
  11. NFL banned Oklahoma drill from practices. Here’s why Muschamp still believes in it May 29, 219, | THE STATE DESTIN, FLA. The NFL has banned the Oklahoma drill from its practices, leading to natural speculation that college football could one day soon follow suit. That doesn’t concern South Carolina football coach Will Muschamp at all. (READ MORE)
  12. Dematha coach says Lloyd is a special back (AUDIO) May 29, 2019 As if it hasn’t been hot enough in Columbia, USC fans had a fire lit under them on Memorial Day with an announcement of a commitment to the Gamecocks by highly acclaimed running back MarShawn Lloyd of Dematha Catholic in Hyattsville, MD. The Gamecocks are hopeful Lloyd will be that breakaway running back the offense has been missing since the days .auto-style1 { border-style: solid; border-width: 5px; margin: 5px; } As if it hasn’t been hot enough in Columbia, USC fans had a fire lit under them on Memorial Day with an announcement of a commitment to the Gamecocks by highly acclaimed running back MarShawn Lloyd of Dematha Catholic in Hyattsville, MD. The Gamecocks are hopeful Lloyd will be that breakaway running back the offense has been missing since the days of Mike Davis. His coach expects him to be a major impact player in Columbia and the SEC. “He’s fast. People say he’s 4.4. He may be. I don’t know. I know he can go,” said Dematha coach Bill McGregor. “He’s the type of back who, honestly, anytime he touches it can score. That’s pretty good for a 215 pound young man to be able to run that way. He trains very diligently, very careful in terms of what he puts into his body. His thighs are enormous. Football means a whole lot to him and he knows he has to take care of himself to get to where he wants to be. He’s just a good boy.” McGregor has yet to coach Lloyd in a game. He was a longtime coach at Dematha before leaving eight years ago. He returned after his replacement left for a job at Maryland. His plan is to get all that he can out of Lloyd. “We’re going to be be a little bit multiple in terms of where we’re going to let him run the football,” he said. “Obviously, we want the ball in his hands as much as possible. Get him out on the edge with a sweep or toss it to him and let him go, and a little bit of option, I think he can be more dangerous than he is.” Lloyd visited USC twice, most recently for the spring game. He developed a strong relationship with running backs coach Thomas Brown, but it was thought he would wait a little longer in the process to further evaluate other pursuing programs like Alabama, Georgia, Maryland and Ohio State. “That’s Marshawn. Marshawn had a plan all along saying he wanted to announce it on Memorial Day since it’s such a special day,” McGregor said. “He loved the University of South Carolina from the get-go and knew in his heart it was a great fit. I think Coach Muschamp did a great job. He really, really likes the coaches a lot. He felt very, very comfortable at the university and just decided to make the move and make it official.” Muschamp does not direct his commitments to shut down their recruiting leaving it open for them to continue with other visits and and contacts from recruiters. McGregor, however, said with Lloyd, he expects the recruiting to be over. “As far as I’m concerned he’s shut down,” McGregor said. “I don’t believe in a soft commitment or anything along those lines. I’m a little bit old school and I think you honor your word or don’t give your word. I know this, because of the type of back he is and the kind of young man he is, everybody in the world is going to still stay on him. But as far as I’m concerned, people come into the school and ask to see Marshawn and things like that, the answer is know, he’s committed to the University of South Carolina. It’s a done deal and we’re moving forward.” From a personal viewpoint, McGregor said he was pleased by Lloyd’s decision. His daughter is a USC graduate. Listen to the full Bill McGregor interview from SportsTalk
  13. Here’s what Muschamp thinks about the Gamecocks’ running back recruiting efforts May 28, 2019 DESTIN, FLA. The Southeastern Conference’s annual administrative meetings at a luxury beachfront hotel are usually the space for weighty questions on sometimes arcane issues, but South Carolina head coach Will Muschamp got an easy one on Tuesday as the meetings started. (READ MORE)
  14. South Carolina was surprisingly pass-heavy last season. What’s Will Muschamp’s take? May 21, 2019, | THE STATE It’s unclear how long it will take before Will Muschamp fully outruns the stigma of his offensive questions. Coming out of Florida, he’d been tagged as a defense-first, ground-and-pound coach. At South Carolina, two years of offensive struggles were wrapped up in that narrative. But South Carolina, both last year and the year before, had been surprisingly pass-heavy considering that reputation. Against FBS opposition, an even 100 teams ran the ball more often than the Gamecocks, only 48.3 percent of the time before accounting for sacks. “We were more successful throwing the football,” Muschamp said. “We did a much better job protecting the quarterback, going from 41 sacks to 23 sacks. And I think the RPOs have a lot to do with that. They can end up dictating your game.” That turn toward RPO reliance is important. Those plays allow a team to attack where the defense isn’t, but they also give the defense the ability to decide run or pass to a degree. (READ MORE)
  15. After another transfer, where things stand with Gamecock football scholarship count May 21, 2019 The South Carolina football team lost a transfer in Jonathan Gipson on Tuesday, eighth scholarship player to depart since last season ended. With that in mind, it’s worth seeing exactly where the Gamecocks stack up scholarship-wise. At the moment, it appears USC sits at a total of 83, two under the NCAA limit of 85. That counts everyone still listed on the roster who came in as scholarship players or were publicly awarded scholarships through their careers. (CLICK TO VIEW ARTICLE)
  16. Gamecocks defensive back puts name in transfer portal May 20, 2019 South Carolina football safety Jonathan Gipson has hardly been on campus a full year. Now the Hoschton, Georgia product is in the NCAA transfer portal, USC confirmed Monday evening. Word leaked out Monday afternoon, first tweeted by the SEC Network’s Cole Cubelic.
  17. Will Muschamp, Mack Brown reflect on time at Texas, preview Week 1 meeting in Charlotte May 11, 2019, | SDS South Carolina and North Carolina will meet in Charlotte in Week 1 of the 2019 season. Head coaches Will Muschamp and Mack Brown spoke to the Charlotte Country Club Friday to help preview the Aug. 31 neutral-site clash. The two coaches know each other well. Muschamp was Brown’s defensive coordinator and the head-coach-in-waiting at Texas. “He was great. I think it was great for both of us,” Muschamp told the club, per The Big Spur’s Hale McGranahan. “Our third year, we didn’t have as good a football team as we wanted to have. I think that put some stress on us from the standpoint of, number one, because our fanbase was asking, ‘Do we really want this guy to take over our program? And when are we getting rid of the other guy?’ “I think that created some difficulties, not between he and I, but as far as those questions. You get tired of hearing that, but that was part of it. It was a wonderful situation at Texas and I got a great opportunity to go to Florida, a place that I had grown up. I think Coach Brown understood the opportunity I had in front of me.” Brown sees a different Muschamp now at South Carolina. In between departing Texas and returning to North Carolina, Brown was an analyst at ESPN which gave him the opportunity to watch Muschamp as the head coach of the Gamecocks. “He’s much more settled now,” Brown said. “He’s still passionate, but he’s controlling everything now. At Texas, he just had the defense, so he could go crazy, go wild and butt his head on the sideline and get the blood coming down. I called his spring game a couple of years ago for ESPN and it was a lot of fun to see him with his team, see how he was coaching them and the respect they have for him. He’s got a really good staff. I’m really proud of the head coach that he’s become.” Even though Brown has been able to watch Muschamp closely, Muschamp says South Carolina will have some new looks come August. “Everybody is going to change a little bit schematically, whether the coaching staff is back from the year before or not,” Muschamp said. “You study the tendencies offensively, defensively and from a special teams standpoint – what you think – and you kind of go from there. You’ve got to be ready for the unexpected and adjust to those situations in game.”
  18. Featuring comments from Gamecock head coach Will Muschamp and Tar Heels head coach Mack Brown
  19. WATCH: Deion Sanders explains why South Carolina was the best option for his son Shilo May 09, 2019 It didn’t take Deion Sanders long to know South Carolina under the leadership of Will Muschamp and Travaris Robinson was the best place to send his son, Shilo. Sanders, arguably the best defensive back in the history of football, was recently on the Columbia campus as Shilo moved to his new home after signing with the Gamecocks out of Cedar Hill, Texas. During his time at South Carolina, Sanders offered up his thoughts on why South Carolina was the perfect spot for Shilo, who signed with the Gamecocks over scholarship offers from Georgia, Tennessee, Texas A&M, Florida State (Deion’s alma mater) and Oregon, among others. The official South Carolina Twitter account shared the video featuring Sanders making the case for South Carolina:
  20. The last recruit of the Spurrier era May 02, 2019, THE STATE Will Register has a lot to offer South Carolina’s football team. The third-year Gamecock is big at 6-foot-4, 245 pounds. At points in his Chapin High School career, he showed skills as a pass catcher. As he heads into Year 3 with the Gamecocks, what kind of impact can he have? “Will, technically, is doing a really good job,” Gamecocks tight ends coach Bobby Bentley said. “Just got to get him to be a little more physical. We expect him to be our in-line tight end.” (read more)
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