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  1. JULY 12, 2019 | by CHRIS | THESPURSUPSHOW Q&A With 2020 Quarterback Commit Luke Doty Chris has a great website along with his informative and enjoyable podcast so make sure to visit Chris sits down with Gamecocks four star quarterback commit Luke Doty to discuss the Elite 11, goals for the upcoming season and more: Q: You recently participated in the Elite 11. Talk about that experience and what did you learn most from it? LD: “The Elite 11 experience is one that I will never forget. The relationships I made and the bonds that were created will definitely last a lifetime. One of the main focuses of the week was having emotional intelligence, and having the capacity to handle tough situations. I think it elevated all of our games and helped us get better throughout the week.” Q: You’ve been 100% committed to the Gamecocks since the start. What’s the biggest reason for that and what do you like most about USC? LD: “USC is home to my family and me. The coaching staff has always been very honest and up front with us and they have always followed through with everything they’ve said. With it being our state university, the connections I can make once I get my degree are endless. I’m eager to start learning from Coach Werner (the QB whisperer) as well!!” Q: What do you feel your biggest strengths and weaknesses are as a QB right now? What are you working on hardest to improve? LD: “My biggest strength as a quarterback is my confidence in my ability to both run and pass the ball down the field; I can sit in the pocket or extend plays with my legs. One of the things I’m really working on is engaging my hips when I throw. This will allow me to deliver a more controlled and accurate ball that has an increase of velocity.” Q: What are your goals for your senior season at Myrtle Beach? LD: “Every year at Myrtle Beach, we always have the same 3 goals: beat Conway, win the region, and win the state championship. All of them are important, but we’re always striving for that last one; winning a state championship. We’ve got a good group of guys coming back this year so I feel confident that we’ve got another shot at it.” Q: You’ve appeared to develop close relationships with some other members of the 2020 recruiting class. Talk about some of those guys and the chemistry you all have. LD: “Throughout this whole process, I’ve definitely gotten pretty close with a lot of the guys that have committed and are close to it. Mike Wyman and Daqon Stewart are two guys that I talk to a lot, and they both do a great job of recruiting as well. Tyshawn Wannamaker is also a guy that I’ve gotten close with. I know he’s gonna have my back and protecting me for the next 4 years so I’m definitely gonna have to take care of him!! Everyone is just really excited to get to USC and get to work; this is a special class!!” Q: Simply put, you’re a guy that will be coming to USC with a lot of hype and expectations. How do you handle that? LD: “I’m not really a guy that listens to the hype and expectations. My job will be to compete my tail off, get better, and learn as much as I can every single day; I’m fired up about it!!” Q: With yourself, Ryan Hilinski, Dakereon Joyner and others, South Carolina should have one of the best quarterback rooms in the country in 2020 and beyond. Talk about your relationship with those guys and how excited you are to get the chance to compete with them. LD: “I’ve developed a close relationship with all of the quarterbacks in the room. Dakereon and Ryan have both helped me out a lot. Whether it be giving me advice or tips on how to balance a busy schedule, or walking me through a play during practice; I know they’ve got my back and I can’t wait to continue to learn from them in a few months. Jay Urich is another guy who I’ve gotten close with. We both train with Ramon Robinson so it’s pretty fun pushing each other during drills and stuff like that.” Q: What are your goals when you get to South Carolina? LD: “A goal of mine when I get to USC is to be the best quarterback and player that I can possibly be. I’m going to put my head down and compete every single day, no matter what. I’m excited for what’s to come!!” Q: What are you most looking forward to about being a Gamecock? LD: “Being a Gamecock is special, especially in the state of South Carolina. Playing at Williams-Brice in front of 80,000 fans, running out of the tunnel to 2001, and seeing the sea of white towels during Sandstorm just gives me chills!! Like I said earlier, the connections that I’ll be able to make at USC will help set me up for my future career and my life after football.”
  2. JULY 11, 2019 | by CHRIS | THESPURSUPSHOW TSUS Ep. 111 | Game By Game Predictions Part Two ft. Brad Crawford of 247Sports + Del Wilkes Chris has a great website along with his informative and enjoyable podcast so make sure to visit Enjoy the show fanatics!!! Part two of the most in depth Gamecocks season preview/breakdown you’ll hear is officially here. Chris and Brad pick up where they left off Monday, breaking down the last six weeks of South Carolina’s 2019 football season including massive road trip to Athens, an important three game stretch, the annual rivalry match-up with Clemson and more. Also, Chris answers your questions including Tavien Feaster, SEC/Big 12 football match-ups, best clutch QB in USC history, App State being a trap game and more. Finally, former Gamecocks offensive lineman and professional wrestler Del Wilkes joins the show (1:13:30-2:23:49) to chat about being one of just four all-time consensus Al-Americans at USC, the 1984 “Black Magic” season, playing with George Rogers, his wrestling career as “The Trooper” and “The Patriot” and much more. iTunes Spotify Stitcher Google Play
  3. TSUS Ep. 109 | Jake Bentley, Whit’s An All-Star, Recruiting News & Notes + Weslye Saunders JULY 3, 2019 by CHRIS | THESPURSUPSHOW Chris has a great website along with his informative and enjoyable podcast so make sure to visit Enjoy the show fanatics!!! Chris breaks down Jake Bentley showing out at the Manning Passing Academy, Whit Merrifield makes the MLB All-Star Game, another DB commit, recruiting news and notes, your listener questions and more. Plus, former Gamecocks TE Weslye Saunders joins the show (27:24-1:22:25) to chat about being highly recruited out of the state of North Carolina, playing as a true freshman, Steve Spurrier, Stephen Garcia, the Whitney Hotel scandal, why he was really dismissed from the team in 2010, playing in the NFL, AAF, #WhyNotWes and more. iTunes Spotify Stitcher Google Play Buzzsprout
  4. JUNE 26, 2019 by CHRIS | THESPURSUPSHOW TSUS Ep. 108 | Who Is The Most Underrated Gamecock Of All Time? + Ryan Brewer Today’s topic of conversation centers around one question: who is the most underrated Gamecock of all time? Chris airs your responses and gives his take on who he thinks has been most overlooked by the USC community. Also, we’ve got a ton of recruiting tidbits to get to as both football and baseball receive positive news over the last week. Finally, former Gamecocks RB Ryan Brewer joins the show to talk about being a high school “Mr. Football”, playing for Lou Holtz, being MVP of the 2001 Outback Bowl, beating Clemson in 2001, the upcoming season and much more. iTunes Spotify Stitcher Google Play Buzzsprout
  5. Let’s take a look at each stretch of games. Which one will define the 2019 season? June 25, 2019, | THESPURSUPSHOW | By Chris Chris has a great website along with his informative and enjoyable podcast so make sure to visit Enjoy the show fanatics!!! vs. Bama, @ Mizzou, UK An opportunity against the nation’s best, a swing game and a must win. What’s not to like about this stretch? First, can South Carolina go “toe to toe” with one of the nation’s elite in a nationally televised game at Williams-Brice? Can Jake Bentley and co. play their best in a big game? Those questions and more will be answered when the Crimson Tide come to town. It’s CBS’ “Game of The Week”, which means the stage will be set for either a massive upset or more of the same against the nation’s elite. Next up, the annual “Battle For The Mayor’s Cup”. This really just has the feeling of one of those swing games that could make or break South Carolina’s season. Clemson transfer QB Kelly Bryant has instilled a lot of optimism in CoMo and many are picking the Tigers as their dark-horse in the SEC. Still, this is a swing game I feel South Carolina fans still expect to win. A loss here could seriously put a shot at bowl eligibility at risk this fall. Finally, will South Carolina end this miserable losing streak to Kentucky? Simply put, this season will be a complete failure if the Gamecocks fall to UK for a sixth straight season. Carolina gets the Cats at home and without stars from before such as Benny Snell and Josh Allen. USC needs to find a way to beat Kentucky and beat them soundly to put this streak to rest. @ UGA, vs. FL, @ UT This stretch to me will truly signify where South Carolina is in the SEC East pecking order. First, the Gamecocks travel to Athens to do battle between the hedges. Similar to the early season match-up against Alabama, this game will provide South Carolina with yet another opportunity to show it can compete on the national stage against the nation’s elite. Fair or not, games like this will be huge in shaping Jake Bentley’s legacy as he finishes his career in garnet and black. Next up, can the Gamecocks avenge last years collapse in Gainesville? Carolina led the Gators by 17 points with just over four minutes left to go in the third quarter before completely falling apart defensively. Florida is another team in the SEC East riding into this fall with a lot of optimism, with some picking the Gators as a pre-season Top 15 team. Getting UF at home should give South Carolina a good chance to make up for last year’s debacle. Finally, USC travels to Knoxville, a place it has only won three times in its history. Will Muschamp will look to improve on his own record against the Vols, going for his eight straight win to remain perfect against the orange and white. One of South Carolina’s greatest achievements over the last 10 years or so is the way it was able to overtake Tennessee in the SEC East hierarchy. While there is some optimism on Rocky Top behind second year head coach Jeremy Pruitt, Carolina needs to squash all hopes of a Tennessee football resurgence (for now) and secure a big road win. vs. App State, @ Texas A&M, vs. Clemson There can’t be a conversation about the most important three game stretch of the season without mentioning the annual rivalry clash with Clemson. Before that, however, the Gamecocks face off against a pesky Appalachian State team that won 11 games a year ago, including a 45-13 win over MTSU in the New Orleans Bowl. Even with first year head coach Eli Drinkwitz, the Mountaineers will be a sexy upset pick this off-season for November’s showdown in Columbia. Next up, South Carolina travels to College Station to face an Aggies team it has never beaten in school history. With the losing streak to TAMU sitting at five games, this feels like another ugly streak South Carolina needs to find a way to get rid of. Finally, the annual showdown with Carolina’s bitter in-state rival. This game arguably sits as South Carolina’s best chance to pull a monumental upset in 2019, getting the Tigers in Columbia to end the year. While the result wasn’t what anyone wanted, the Gamecocks showed fight in last year’s game, scoring 35 points and Jake Bentley throwing for over 500 yards. A crazy night in a rivalry game could spring South Carolina to the “signature win” Will Muschamp has been looking for since he stepped on campus. Verdict: @ UGA, vs. FL, @ Tennessee First off, let me express just how surprised I was at the results of the above poll. I really REALLY thought fans were going to cite the three game stretch against Bama, Mizzou and UK simply because of the five game losing streak to the Cats. While I would agree that one is massive, the most important three game stretch of the 2019 season in my opinion comes against three very familiar SEC East foes. With all due respect, wins against teams like Kentucky, Vanderbilt, Mizzou, etc. should be forgone conclusions beginning in 2019 and beyond. Otherwise, I fear this program simply is not headed in the direction you or I hoped it was. Where does South Carolina sit in the SEC East pecking order? How close realistically are the Gamecocks to contending with Georgia for the SEC East Title? I think this three game stretch will truly give us a sense of where this program is as a whole when it comes to SEC pecking order. If South Carolina goes 2-1 or better, it truly reaffirms that the program is trending upward and has solidified itself above Tennessee and right with if not above Florida. Go 1-2 or worse? A road trip to Atlanta, GA in December may be a lot farther off than fans might have hoped.
  6. POSTED ON MAY 21, 2019 | by THESPURSUPSHOW Schedule Be Damned: Will Muschamp Needs To Find A “Signature Win” In 2019 Anybody else sick and tired of hearing about how tough South Carolina’s 2019 football schedule is? At this point, the difficulty of the schedule this fall has been pounded into our skulls. The schedule consists of four pre-season Top 10 teams, an upstart Texas A&M team, a Kelly Bryant led Mizzou team and a Kentucky team that the Gamecocks haven’t beaten since 2013. Still, the schedule feels like it’s getting a little too much play in my book. To hell with the schedule. It’s hard EVERY year. “Well, this schedule is brutal. I’ll be happy with 6-6.” Stuff like that is very easy to say now and use as a crutch to deflect on what most expect to be a disappointing season. It’s a completely different thing, however, to keep that sentiment in December after the Gamecocks have again gone winless against ranked competition. Every great coach/player/program has had one or two “signature wins” – games that mark the beginning of a run or show signs of progress and promise for the future. Just look back at the Gamecocks last two head coaches and the runs that followed after their signature wins… Lou Holtz Signature Win: 2000 vs. UGA Lou Holtz was hired in 1999 to revitalize a Gamecocks football program that struggled to find winning ways. Holtz’ first year was abysmal, going 0-11 due to a multitude of injuries on both sides of the ball. Not much was expected out of the Gamecocks in 2000. South Carolina beat New Mexico State week one to end a nasty 21 game losing streak. Still, not much was expected for South Carolina, especially against the Bulldogs. UGA rolled into town with Heisman candidate Quincy Carter at quarterback and a plethora of talent all over the field. All the Gamecocks did was pick off Carter five times, en route to a 21-10 win over the Dawgs. The win sparked a run of back to back Outback Bowl wins over Ohio State. Steve Spurrier Signature Win: 2009 vs. Ole Miss While there were many big wins, along with some firsts in Steve Spurrier’s first couple of seasons, the Ole Miss win (along with another major win mentioned below) truly showed true promise of things to come for the Gamecocks football program. South Carolina was in year five of the Spurrier era and many in Gamecock Nation were starting to question whether or not the HBC still had it. Ole Miss rolled into Williams-Brice Stadium ranked 4th in the country, with hotshot Jevan Snead leading the Rebels at quarterback. The Gamecocks defense suffocated Ole Miss and Stephen Garcia led the USC offense to muster just enough points to pull the massive upset at home. The night also signified the birth of sandstorm, a tradition every fan is familiar with to this day. Signature Win: 2010 vs. Alabama The biggest win in South Carolina football history. The stage was set. #1 Alabama rolled into town, winners of 29 straight regular season games. That would end on a Saturday afternoon in Williams-Brice Stadium. Stephen Garcia had one of the best games at QB in USC history and South Carolina’s “goon squad” defense came up with big timely turnovers when they needed it most. This is the game in my opinion that single handedly led to the best run in school history. A SEC East Title, three straight 11 win seasons, three straight bowl wins, the highest ranked finish in school history, etc. Will Muschamp Signature Win: N/A So now, the question remains: can Will Muschamp and company find a way to lead the Gamecocks to a signature win this season? Will it be between the hedges when USC travels to Athens to take on the Dawgs? Do the Gamecocks finally snap the five game losing streak to their hated rivals in the Upstate? Do we see a repeat of 2010 when the Crimson Tide come to town in early September? Or does it come elsewhere? Possibly against a highly talented Texas A&M team in College Station or Dan Mullen’s Gators. Simply put, this schedule can’t be used as a cripple as Will Muschamp heads into year four of his tenure at South Carolina. I’m not saying fire the guy if he wins less than 8 games. But a .500 season beating only the teams you’re “supposed to beat” won’t be good enough. Only time will tell if this team and this team and coaching staff can step up to the challenge come this fall.
  7. TSUS Q&A 6/6/19 Q&A With Chris Phillips LINK: THESPURSUPSHOW
  8. POSTED ON JUNE 6, 2019 by THESPURSUPSHOW TSUS Ep. 104 | Jordan Burch Saga, MLB Draft + Q&A Session Chris breaks down the new number one overall recruit in the country, five Gamecocks being selected in the MLB Draft and more. Plus, Chris spends the majority of the episode taking listener questions including 2020 recruiting, Clemson fans, baseball staff changes and more. iTunes Spotify Stitcher Google Play Buzzsprout
  9. JUNE 7, 2019 by CHRIS PHILLIPS THESPURSUPSHOW 2019 Opponent Preview: Gamecocks Travel To Mizzou Looking To Retain The Mayor’s Cup For A Fourth Straight Season OPPONENT: Missouri Tigers WHEN: Saturday, September 21st WHERE: Faurot Field (Columbia, MO) ALL-TIME SERIES RECORD: South Carolina leads 5-4 LAST MEETING: South Carolina beat Mizzou 37-35 last season in a rain soaked game in Columbia, SC. 2018 RECORD: 8-5 (4-4) Head Coach… Barry Odom How many people at this time last year thought the Tigers would have a new coach by now? Barry Odom stabilized his much maligned program, winning 14 of his last 20 games as the head man in CoMo. The Tigers haven’t lose a November game since the 2016 season and are looking to shock the SEC world this season. Entering his fourth season with a .500 (19-19) overall record, this season will be big for Odom as he continues to try to reassure Tigers fans he’s the long term answer at head coach. Returning Starters… OFFENSE (7) RB Larry Rountree III (Jr.) TE Albert Okwuegbunam (Jr.) RG Tre’Vour Wallace-Simms (Sr.) C Trystan Colon-Castillo (Jr.) LT Yasir Durant (Sr.) SLOT Johnathon Johnson (Sr.) WR Jalen Knox (So.) DEFENSE (6) DE Akial Byers (Jr.) DE Chris Turner (Jr.) MLB Cale Garrett (Sr.) CB DeMarkus Acy (Sr.) CB Christian Holmes (Jr.) NB Tyree Gillespie (Jr.) How did they fare in 2018? The Tigers surprised many in 2018, going 8-5 (4-4) overall. However, it could have been even better. Mizzou dropped three games to South Carolina, Kentucky and Oklahoma State by a combined 8 points and had good chances to win all three games. As expected, QB Drew Lock was great for the Tigers. The now Denver Bronco threw for just under 3,500 yards and 28 TD last season. Defense was a major issue for Mizzou at times a year ago. The Tigers ranked 9th in the SEC in scoring defense and 14th in passing defense. Best Returning Player… RB Larry Rountree Rountree exploded on the scene a year ago, leading the Tigers with 1,216 yards rushing and 11 TD. While Damarea Crockett was expected to be the workhorse for Mizzou last season, it was Rountree who came on strong. He showed an ability to take it the distance every time he touched the ball and will be one of the best running backs in the SEC this season. Overall Outlook… Missouri may be one of the biggest mysteries in the SEC East. On one hand, you have the source of the optimism: former Clemson QB Kelly Bryant. Bryant’s announcement to land in CoMo sent a jolt of energy through the Mizzou fanbase and the expectations surrounding Barry Odom’s program. On the other hand, the source of pessimism: sanctions, lack of defense, etc. Missouri was God awful against the pass last year and is also facing a bowl ban in 2019 that could affect the psyche of this years team. I’m very wait and see with how the Tigers will fare in 2019. While they do have Kelly Bryant, I’m just not sold on the fact that he will fill in quite as seamlessly as some may think. The Gamecocks week four road trip to the other Columbia will be a scary one no doubt. However, my gut tells me this is one South Carolina should expect to win and will win. 2019 SEASON PROJECTION: 8-4 (5-3)
  10. MAY 27, 2019 by THESPURSUPSHOW TSUS Ep. 101 | My Day Caddying For Will Muschamp + Adam Hill Chris breaks down his day on the golf course with Gamecocks head football coach Will Muschamp. What are his thoughts on grad transfers in CFB? Did they get to talk any South Carolina football? What’s it like coaching against your alma mater? What are the chances Muschamp makes an appearance on TSUS? Also, breaking down a couple of baseball transfers, recruiting news and your listener questions. Finally, former Gamecocks RHP Adam Hill joins the show to talk about growing up as a USC fan, being a Friday night starter in the SEC, racking up 14 K’s against Clemson, transition from college to pro ball and much more. iTunes Spotify Stitcher Google Play Buzzsprout
  11. MAY 23, 2019 by THESPURSUPSHOW THE DAILY CROW | What issues must Gamecocks baseball address this off-season to get back to Omaha
  12. MAY 23, 2019 by THESPURSUPSHOW TSUS Ep. 100 | Yardcocks Season Ends, Athlon Pre-Season Magazine + Anthony Wright Chris breaks down the Gamecocks loss to LSU in the SEC Tournament and gives his thoughts on the 2019 season as a whole. He also discusses what Mark Kingston and company need to focus on this off-season as the look to bounce back next spring. There are officially 100 days to kickoff and that means “pre-season football magazine season” is in full effect. Chris dives into Athlon’s CFB preview magazine and gives his thoughts on how Athlon views South Carolina’s chances in 2019. Finally, former Gamecocks QB and Super Bowl Champion Anthony Wright joins the show to chat about his time at USC, feeling under appreciated, pushing through multiple injuries, being a starting QB in the NFL and more. iTunes Spotify Google Play Stitcher Buzzsprout
  13. POSTED ON | May 20, 2019, | by THESPURSUPSHOW TSUS Ep. 99 | SEC Tournament Preview, Frank Martin Gets Big Time Grad Transfer and More + Chaz Sutton The Gamecocks are going to Hoover! Chris breaks down South Carolina making the SEC Tournament and realistic chances of making a deep run. Frank Martin and company get just what the doctor ordered in big bodied grad transfer Micaiah Henry. Can he fill the shoes of departed Chris Silva? Plus, your listener questions and more. Also, former Gamecocks DE Chaz Sutton joins the show (18:25-1:28:34) to talk about being a highly rated recruit out of Savannah, GA, life in JUCO football, playing with Jadeveon Clowney, why the 2012 defense was the best he ever played on and more. iTunes Spotify Stitcher Google Play Buzzsprout
  14. POSTED APRIL 29, 2019 by THESPURSUPSHOW APRIL 29, 2019 by THESPURSUPSHOW TSUS Ep. 93 | Mizzou Series Recap, NFL Draft, Ray Tanner’s Future + Troy Williamson Chris is back breaking down Gamecocks being swept in CoMo, NFL Draft picks, Clemson scandal, importance of 2019-2020 athletic year for Ray Tanner and more. Plus, former Gamecocks wide receiver Troy Williamson joins the show (29:34-1:00:41) for a quick interview. Topics include what led him to South Carolina, playing for Lou Holtz, “The Brawl”, being take 7th overall in the 2005 NFL Draft and more. iTunes Spotify Stitcher Google Play Buzzsprout
  15. POSTED ON APRIL 15, 2019 by THESPURSUPSHOW THE DAILY CROW | Why the 2019 season should be considered a wash after crushing series loss in Gainesville Chris breaks down the Gamecocks brutal series loss in Gainesville and why fans should now set their sights on 2020.
  16. MARCH 27, 2019 by THESPURSUPSHOW Yardcocks Struggle, Spring Football Talk and More + Elliott Fry South Carolina has now lost six of its last eight games as Chris and Thom try to break down USC’s struggles on the diamond. What needs to change? Is it too early to hit the panic button? The guys also discuss Frank Martin’s comments from his season ending press conference, including his addressing of rumors of a possible departure to UNLV. Spring football is in the air and the guys chat about which position units are the biggest strengths and weaknesses heading into the 2019 season. Finally, all-time points leader and former Gamecocks kicker Elliott Fry joins the show to chat about his South Carolina career including going from walk-on to All-SEC, hitting game winners, lighting up (or getting lit up) on special teams, close relationship with former holder Patrick Fish, favorite Spurrier moments and more. All that and more on another jam packed episode of The Spurs Up Show: iTunes / Stitcher / Google Play / Buzzsprout
  17. Coaching Rumors, Buzzer Beaters and “Insiders” + Moe Brown JANUARY 9, 2019 by THESPURSUPSHOW The guys are back in a jam packed episode. Chris and Thom start by breaking down the 2019 National Championship game and what Clemson winning another title means for the Gamecocks moving forward. They break down rumors of Thomas Brown being named running backs coach and other moves within the coaching staff as well. Chris and Thom also give their thoughts on JC Shurburtt trying to discredit TSUS on social media and voice their opinions on the situation. The guys also touch on a wild win for USC basketball in Gainesville and look ahead to the upcoming schedule. Finally, former Gamecocks wide receiver Moe Brown chats with us about his career at USC, playing for Steve Spurrier, life after football and more on another jam packed episode of The Spurs Up Show. iTunes Google Play Stitcher Buzzsprout
  18. Coaching Rumors, Buzzer Beaters and “Insiders” + Moe Brown JANUARY 9, 2019 by THESPURSUPSHOW The guys are back in a jam packed episode. Chris and Thom start by breaking down the 2019 National Championship game and what Clemson winning another title means for the Gamecocks moving forward. They break down rumors of Thomas Brown being named running backs coach and other moves within the coaching staff as well. Chris and Thom also give their thoughts on JC Shurburtt trying to discredit TSUS on social media and voice their opinions on the situation. The guys also touch on a wild win for USC basketball in Gainesville and look ahead to the upcoming schedule. Finally, former Gamecocks wide receiver Moe Brown chats with us about his career at USC, playing for Steve Spurrier, life after football and more on another jam packed episode of The Spurs Up Show. iTunes Google Play Stitcher Buzzsprout
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