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South Carolina rolls to a 77-44 win over Elon to start the season 1-0. The Gamecocks had a balanced attack on offense and some strong defense and rebounding to help bring home the first victory of the season.
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COLUMBIA, S.C. -- Injured South Carolina tailback Marcus Lattimore won't attend the 12th-ranked Gamecocks contest with Arkansas on Saturday.
The school said Thursday that Lattimore, team physician Dr. Jeffrey Guy and head trainer Clint Haggard agreed that Lattimore should not attend. Gamecocks coach Steve Spurrier had said earlier in the week that Lattimore would be on hand...
His football season may be over, but Marcus Lattimore is still very much committed to his team and his supporters.
After suffering one of the most gruesome injuries in football history in a game against Tennessee on Oct. 27, Lattimore made it apparent he is not going to give up that easily and will return to the game.
As the South Carolina running back begins his recovery to repair...
South Carolina ends the Razorbacks' three-game win streak over USC with a 38-20 victory in Columbia. The Gamecocks record improves to 8-2 on the year, and 6-2 in the SEC.
Kenny Miles wasn't sure he wanted to spend another season just getting spot duty when South Carolina star Marcus Lattimore needed a breather. Now, all the eyes are again on Miles when the 12th-ranked Gamecocks face Arkansas.
Miles was South Carolina's leading rusher in 2009, but that was the year before Lattimore came to campus and became one of the Southeastern Conference...
COLUMBIA, S.C. -- Connor Shaw threw for two touchdowns and ran for another score as No. 12 South Carolina beat Arkansas 38-20 on Saturday. Shaw was 15-of-23 for 279 yards for the Gamecocks (8-2, 6-2 Southeastern Conference), who finished with six league wins for only the second time in 20 years in the SEC. Arkansas (4-6, 2-4) will now have to beat both Mississippi State and...
Injured South Carolina tailback Marcus Lattimore won't attend the 12th-ranked Gamecocks contest with Arkansas on Saturday.
The school said Thursday that Lattimore, team physician Dr. Jeffrey Guy and head trainer Clint Haggard agreed that Lattimore should not attend. Gamecocks coach Steve Spurrier had said earlier in the week that Lattimore would be on hand when the school unveiled...
The South Carolina Gamecocks claimed a much needed win against the visiting Arkansas Razorbacks in SEC play. The 38-20 win helps USC get back to their winning ways as they remain in the hunt for a BCS berth.
In the victory for South Carolina, these were the three key plays, watch the videos and see if you agree:
#3 Shaw to Ellington to create a comfortable lead -
South Carolina's Williams-Brice stadium will be filled with fans on Saturday to watch the Gamecocks host Arkansas, as well as honor injured tailback Marcus Lattimore for "his school career-best 38 rushing touchdowns." They might be disappointed upon learning that Lattimore won't be there, as his doctors recommended that he shouldn't attend.
Fans and players got a special video message from Marcus Lattimore saying thank you for their support and well wishes as he recovers from a knee injury. The video was played on the video board during the Gamecocks’ game vs. Arkansas. Great message, great guy.
via Dr. Saturday
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South Carolina star running back Marcus Lattimore had a video message for Gamecock fans today. Lattimore recently underwent knee surgery for a severe knee injury suffered against the Tennessee Volunteers on October 27.
South Carolina's Bruce Ellington has begun to show how valuable he is to the Gamecocks football team. Ellington had another standout performance against Arkansas to continue his strong play of late.
South Carolina quarterback Connor Shaw had a pair of touchdown passes as the Gamecocks down Arkansas 38-20 Saturday at Williams-Brice Stadium.
Much of what South Carolina is able to achieve this season will depend on guard play. With Bruce Ellington missing practically the entire non-conference schedule, it will be up to Eric Smith, Brian Richardson, and Damien Leonard to step up their games to help out LaShay Page on the perimeter.