Found June 30, 2012 on Leftover Hot Dog:
Congrats and good luck to former University of South Carolina quarterback Stephen Garcia as he has signed a three-year deal with the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League. The 6-foot-2, 220-pound former Gamecocks signal caller made the team after being offered a tryout last month. He will have to compete for playing time with former Utah State quarterback Anthony Calvillo, former Florida State quarterback Adrian McPherson and former Angelo State quarterback Josh Neiswander. The Alouettes 2012 season runs from July 1 to November 3.We here at LOHD wish him much success and we will try to update you on his success up North.

AP: Eric Hyman accepts A&M offer to become AD

South Carolina's Eric Hyman has accepted an offer to become Texas A&M's new athletic director, said a person familiar with the move. The person spoke to The Associated Press Friday on condition of anonymity because neither South Carolina nor Texas A&M has publically announced the move. The 61-year-old Hyman has spent the past seven years as the Gamecocks'...

Hate to See Michael Hill Leave SC for OSU

The South Carolina Gamecocks lost out the recruiting war for highly-sought-after defensive tackle Michael Hill to the Ohio State Buckeyes. Hill gave his pledge last week and this was a big loss to USC. The Gamecocks pressed hard to land him but the young man followed his love for the Buckeyes and gave Coach Urban Meyer the verbal pledge.Just watch this video and you see the talent...
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