Found April 06, 2012 on Leftover Hot Dog:
The South Carolina basketball team will be without forward Anthony Gill (Fr.; F; 6-8; 225; Charlotte, N.C./Charlotte Christian) going forward as he "has been granted permission to contact other NCAA institutions to discuss a potential transfer, Gamecock head coach Frank Martin announced on Friday. The permission to contact was not restrictive to specific institutions." Huge loss for USC and Coach Martin.  Sad to see this young man leave the program especially after we made our plea.Well, best of luck to ya Mr. Gill.  If USC evers plays your future team, I hope you get dunked on.
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