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South Carolina Gamecocks
Mississippi State Bulldogs
Here is our SEC Football Stock Report for what was week four in college football.Stock up:
South Carolina: Connor Shaw is playing better than any quarterback Steve Spurrier has had in 15 years. Shaw was 20-21 against Missouri and almost as good against Kentucky in what was an overall lackluster effort. Lattimore is getting his legs and rhythm back and one can’t help but feel that the staff was managing his workload with the October stretch in mind. The Gamecock defense has made a seemingly seamless transition from Ellis Johnson to Lorenzo Ward. We will find out Saturday evenin’ if Atlanta is in the cards for this team.
Florida: The Gators entered the season with a number of questions namely, who is the quarterback? A neck and neck battle between Jacoby Brissett and Jeff Driskel stretched into week one with Driskel taking control and not looking back. Don’t look now, but Muschamp’s most glaring weakness may turn into a positive as Driskel has gotten better each. The talented sopho...
BEST OF MAXIM
We didn't really touch on this story last week, and maybe we should have. It appears that the man with the thinnest skin in College Football has made an issue over a critical columnist in his local paper.
South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier thinks that The State (Columbia, SC) columnist Ron Morris has some sort of ax to grind with him. The latest reason: Spurrier...
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) -- Steve Spurrier has no time for motivational speeches, not with so many plays swirling around in his head.
The South Carolina coach rarely stops putting together offensive schemes for the sixth-ranked Gamecocks, outlining how best to attack an opposing defense. It's made the one-time Heisman Trophy winning quarterback and national championship coach among...
(Eds: Updates. With AP Photos.) By PETE IACOBELLI AP Sports Writer Steve Spurrier has no time for motivational speeches, not with so many plays swirling around in his head.
The South Carolina coach rarely stops putting together offensive schemes for the sixth-ranked Gamecocks, outlining how best to attack an opposing defense. It's made the one-time Heisman Trophy winning quarterback...
In the "Hey, that's not true! You can't... Well, you're a..." (then trail off mumbling) department, South Carolina Coach, Steve Spurrier answered a question; "I don't know. I sort of always liked playing them that second game because you could always count on them having two or three key players suspended." Of course he was asked about the Georgia...
South Carolina and Georgia are facing off in one of the biggest games in South Carolina history. Coach Steve Spurrier came to Columbia for moments like this and certainly hopes to continue to prove that the Gamecocks belong when talking about the elite teams in college football.
The SEC – who else? – takes center stage this weekend with two huge match-ups between undefeated teams. ESPN college football columnist Travis Haney joins CBR managing editor Allen Kenney for a podcast to preview the showdowns: LSU-Florida and Georgia-South Carolina.
Travis and Allen hit on:
*The Gator's strong start behind quarterback Jeff Driskel.
There are a lot of great top 25 games this weekend, and as usual, we’ll be covering them all! Make sure to tune in to these games because if Vegas is just a little bit right, they’ll come down to the last second.
4 LSU at 10 Florida
Time: 3:30PM EST
Network: CBS (Lots of Verne and Gary)
Line: LSU -2.5
The 5 – 0 LSU Tigers will have to have their offense ready to play against...
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) -- The season's first Eastern Division showdown in the Southeastern Conference is set: No. 5 Georgia at No. 6 South Carolina on Saturday.
The matchup between the 5-0 teams should again go a long way in settling who will represent the division at the Georgia Dome in the SEC title game Dec. 1. The winner won't have a clear path -- the Gamecocks (3-0 SEC...
It's already cliched, but this game was really two games in one. There was the first half that was an example of Murphy's Law for the Gamecocks, and then there was the second half which was what should have happened for 60 minutes. What that tells us about this team and what it means for the rest of the season depends on your perspective.
If you are negatively inclined...
The season's first Eastern Division showdown in the Southeastern Conference is set: No. 5 Georgia at No. 6 South Carolina on Saturday.
The matchup between the 5-0 teams should again go a long way in settling who will represent the division at the Georgia Dome in the SEC title game Dec. 1. The winner won't have a clear path - the Gamecocks (3-0 SEC) face undefeated No. 10...