Posted April 10, 2012 on
Growing up in High Point, N.C., Anthony Gill fell in love with the North Carolina basketball program.
Now, just days after being permitted to seek a transfer from South Carolina, he’s been contacted by the coaching staff of his childhood favorite.
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South Carolina took 2 of 3 from Tennessee over the weekend at The Ray.
Breaking it Down...Friday night's game was a seesaw affair. Tennessee struck first in the top of the third. Two doubles led to a one run lead. South Carolina took the lead 2-1 in the bottom of the fifth thanks to a Tennessee error and an LB Dantzler double. UT quickly answered in the 6th. A lead...
Antonio Allen S South Carolina #26
Does a nice job fighting through traffic considering his modest size. A scrappy player who won’t back down from bigger, more physical assignments. Decent ball skills; will come down with the interception when he’s in position. Experienced as pass rusher off the edge; speed makes him tough to block...
South Carolina has its eyes set on a second SEC East Division championship in 2012 and hopes to win the school's first SEC Championship. In order to do that Carolina head coach Steve Spurrier needs quarterback Connor Shaw to take his game to the next level.
On Monday, Clemson assistant coach Earl Grant placed a phone call to
Anthony Gill, who was recently granted permission to leave the South
Carolina basketball team.
An inside look at South Carolina's spring practice as the Gamecocks close in on the garnet and black spring game. Who are some of the most-improved players? What will Jadeveon Clowney's roll be this year? And what changes will Lorenzo Ward make to his defense?