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C'eira Ricketts scored 16 points and had seven rebounds and seven assists to lead Arkansas to a 68-47 win over No. 24 South Carolina.
The win is a program-best seventh Southeastern Conference victory in a row for the Razorbacks, who haven't lost since opening league play with four-straight losses.
Arkansas (18-5, 7-4 SEC) led by as many as 18 points in the first half, during which it shot 57 from the field. Ashley Daniels also finished in double figures with 13 points and Dominique Robinson added 12.
The Gamecocks (18-6, 7-4) had won four in a row entering the game, including their first win ever against Tennessee their last time out, but they committed 23 turnovers and shot just 35 percent. Ieasia Walker led South Carolina with 11 points.
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The South Carolina Gamecocks open their 39th season of intercollegiate softball by playing host to the Palmetto Classic at Beckham Field. Providing the opposition during the opening weekend will be Tennessee State on Friday, Western Kentucky and Winthrop on Saturday and Cleveland State on Sunday. All of South Carolina's games will have live audio at GamecocksOnline.com, while...
Seven more South Carolina baseball games will be televised as part of the Southeastern Conference package it was announced by the conference office on Wednesday afternoon. The Gamecocks currently have 11 games scheduled for television for the 2012 season.
Six South Carolina Gamecocks will take part in the annual NFL Combine, which will be held at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis from February 22-28.
No. 48 South Carolina wraps up its three-game road stretch against Atlantic Coast Conference opponents with a 1 p.m. match at No. 51 NC State on Sat., Feb. 11. The Gamecocks are a perfect 7-0 on the season and are coming off a pair of emotional wins over their previous to ranked opponents.
No. 24 South Carolina dropped a tough 68-47 decision at Arkansas on Thursday night at Bud Walton Arena. The Gamecocks (18-6, 7-4 SEC) struggled shooting the ball and could not stop a streaking Razorback offense that stretched its win streak to seven games.
The South Carolina men's basketball team suffered a 69-57 loss at Tennessee on Wednesday in SEC action in Knoxville. Sophomore guard Bruce Ellington led South Carolina with 12 points, while freshman guard Damien Leonard and sophomore guard Brenton Williams both added 11.