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Thinking about South Carolina football on a Friday afternoon? Our friend Steve was and provided some good things to make you go "hmmm" concerning Brandon Wilds and Connor Shaw. Enjoy this guest blog.....Marcus Lattimore has rushed for a total of 2,015 yards in what amounts to about 18 full games (I'm counting last year's UK & Troy games as "one" full game because he didn't play in the second half of either and not even including the Chik-fil-A Bowl, he got injured so early in that one). This works out to about 111.9 yards per game over his career and 116.9 yards per game this season. His totals and per game averages are both great. We miss him, look forward to having him back after he's fully recovered, and look forward to at least one more year of watching him in a Gamecocks jersey.All that said (other than a 102 yard game against Kentucky between Auburn and Mississippi State), Lattimore was somehow being increasingly neutralized in 3 of hi...
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Freshman tailback Brandon Wilds made his big debut in Knoxville last week, rushing for over 100 yards against Tennessee’s defense. Running backs coach Jay Graham, who was actually a running back for the Volunteers back in the 90's, was happy with Wilds first career start. The Gamecocks will have to get more of the same from the freshman this weekend at Arkansas.
The South Carolina basketball team will square off tonight against a pesky set of Panthers. This is a exhibition game that will feature the Kentucky Wesleyan Panthers (19-10, NCAA Midwest Regional 1st Round, 5th Great Lakes Valley Conference East) vs. South Carolina Gamecocks (14-16, 6th SEC East), Thursday, Nov. 3, 6 p.m. ET, at the Colonial Life Center. USC won 78-55 at Columbia...
It's no secret how good the Carolina defensive unit has been this year. For five games it's done everything asked of it, putting the Gamecocks a great position to win each football game. Right in the middle of everything has been junior safety D.J Swearinger.
Quickly racing through the SEC. Well, part of it. Not all of it.So what if the number one team in the nation is taking on the number two team in the nation? So what I say. That’s because there’s another top-10 SEC matchup on Saturday, even if no. 7 Arkansas and no. 9 South Carolina don’t always look like it. That’s not to say the Razorbacks and Gamecocks don’t deserve their...
The South Carolina Gamecocks return home to take on Ole Miss and Alabama at the Volleyball Competition Facility, and SportSouth will broadcast both matches to its regional audience. Friday's match against the Rebels starts at 7 p.m., while Sunday's matchup with the Crimson Tide begins at 1 p.m. While GamecocksOnline.com will still have Gametracker live stats, fans outside...
South Carolina quarterback Connor Shaw has the ability to extend plays and break down defenses with his scrambles. That might be the toughest test for the Arkansas defense.
When South Carolina travels to Arkansas, many believe that the Gamecocks will have to outshoot the Razorbacks in order to win. A big part of that will be the play of the offensive line to protect quarterback Connor Shaw.
The No. 10/10 South Carolina Gamecocks (7-1, 5-1 SEC) play their third straight SEC road contest when they travel to Fayetteville to resume their rivalry with the No. 8/8 Arkansas Razorbacks (7-1, 3-1 SEC) on Saturday, November 5. Game time is set for 7:15 p.m. ET at Reynolds Razorback Stadium (72,000). ESPN will televise the contest nationally.
The South Carolina Gamecocks lost to the Arkansas Razorbacks by the score of 44-28. The loss was one that was tough to watch for so many reasons. Must regroup going forward as there is plenty of football to be played as goals for the team are still reachable.Here are some quick impressions:
---Devin Taylor's "pick 6" INT was the play of the year. Loved it....
The No. 10/10 South Carolina Gamecocks (7-1, 5-1 SEC) play their third straight SEC road contest when they travel to Fayetteville to resume their rivalry with the No. 8/8 Arkansas Razorbacks (7-1, 3-1 SEC) on Saturday, November 5.
The 25th-ranked South Carolina men's soccer team (9-6-2, 6-1-1 CUSA) won at least a share of the Conference USA regular season title with a 2-2 draw against the Kentucky Wildcats (9-9-2, 2-5-1 CUSA) on Friday night in the final regular season contest of the 2011 season for both schools. The Gamecocks conclude the conference season with 19 points on a 6-1-1 record.
Marcus Lattimore is out for the season, Stephen Garcia was kicked off the team and now Connor Shaw has a concussion.
Missing many of its most dangerous weapons, South Carolina is really sputtering on offense.
Tyler Wilson threw for 299 yards and two touchdowns to Jarius Wright, and Dennis Johnson added a 98-yard kickoff return as No. 8 Arkansas pulled away late for a 44-28 win...