Found January 21, 2013 on
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The South Carolina Gamecocks got a big boost today as they got confirmation that four-star offensive lineman, Na'Ty Rodgers, is going to be a Gamecock.
The 6-foot-5, 295-pound prospect chose South Carolina over his other favorite, Maryland, but also had offers from Arkansas, Clemson, Florida, Florida State, Oklahoma, Nebraska, North Carolina and Washington, among other programs.
Rodgers is the No. 19 OT in the country and No. 7 prospect in Maryland for the 2013 class, according to 247Sports.
Rodgers is South Carolina's 20th commitment of the class and fifth offensive lineman.
Here is the newest Gamecock in action:
BEST OF MAXIM
Khadijah Sessions had 15 points and No. 19 South Carolina held off Florida 52-44 Sunday despite a 9-minute scoreless drought.
The Gamecocks (16-3, 4-2 Southeastern Conference), whose 59 rebounds were the most in coach Dawn Staley's five seasons, led 17-6 early and 24-17 at halftime.
Jaterra Bonds, who paced the Gators with 16 points, tied it at 35 on a layup with 12:14 left...
According to many reliable reports, South Carolina defensive line coach Brad Lawing is vacating his position under Coach Steve Spurrier to become part of Will Muschamp's defensive staff at the University of Florida Gators.
Not fully sure of the reasons for the departure but on the surface it does not make a lot of sense. For Lawing, he is giving up the chance to coach...
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The Lion in Winter.
Team Speed Kills wonders how much longer South Carolina head football coach Steve Spurrier will remain in the coaching came.
Obligatory Johnny Manziel-related item of the day.
Texas A&M starting quarterback Johnny Manziel's Heisman win resulted in the equivalent of $37 million dollars in...
South Carolina standout Marcus Lattimore, who would have been the consensus best back in this draft, is coming off a devastating knee injury. When it happened, he figured his football career was over. Now, he thinks he'll be ready to play in Week 1 of the 2013 season.
South Carolina Gamecocks basketball coach Frank Martin didn’t fashion a 117-54 record over five years at Kansas State after spending 16 years as a high school coach and seven as a college assistant by making excuses. He wears his work ethic on the sideline and that type of workmanship is part of the culture he is trying to create in his first year at South Carolina.
This is why...
On Tuesday, the #22 Missouri Tigers (14-4, 3-2) came from behind to claim a 71-65 home win over the South Carolina Gamecocks (11-7, 1-4).