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The South Carolina Gamecocks held practice today as they prepare for the clash with Michigan at the Outback Bowl. One bit of news from the team today was that D.L. Moore has been suspended for the bowl match-up due to a violation of team rules.
This ends his career at USC as he was a senior. This past season he played in all twelve games and had eight catches for 139 yards and two touchdowns.
Going into this season, there was high hopes for Moore who had 32 catches for over 300 yards and four scores. For what ever reason, this young man could never live up to the expectations on-the-field. Maybe due to Alshon Jeffery last year or lack of his ability to serparate from opposing corners. This news today of the suspension is a disappointing end to a disappointing career at USC. Hopefully, the next chapter for Moore will be a great one.
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It wasn't the crisp start to bowl camp South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier hoped for Saturday with several players finishing up final exams and not at practice Saturday.
Spurrier said there was confusion about when his team would be wrapped up with fall semester exams so he cut short the planned workout as the 11th-ranked Gamecocks (10-2) began preparations for the Outback Bowl...
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South Carolina suspends wide receiver D.L. Moore and offensive lineman Kyle Harris for the 2013 Outback Bowl game against Michigan for the ever-vague "violation of team rules." (College Football Talk)
When he graduated from Bergen Catholic High School, current Arizona Western QB Tanner McEvoy (6-6, 215) could have gone almost anywhere, but he decided to play at South Carolina. However, when looking at the prospect of sitting for quite some time before being able to play, he decided to transfer and after a solid season with the Matadors he has a couple of schools interested in what he can do...