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The Gamecocks already have some pretty sweet uniforms, and now they’ll be adding some “battle” uniforms to the mix. These will be worn against LSU next weekend when the number 3 Gamecocks travel to Baton Rouge to face the number 8 Tigers. [HT SDS]
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Never let it be said that South Carolina head football coach Steve Spurrier never lets an opening to mock a rival school go unwalked through. In his weekly press conference, The Old Ball Coach found a chance for a potshot at Clemson while talking about Saturday's road game against LSU. If you guessed this involves LSU and Clemson's dueling Death Valleys, you're 100% correct...
South Carolina will be wearing these camouflage infused uniforms this Saturday against LSU and I personally am not a big fan of them.I’m not the only one though, this is what Head Coach Steve Spurrier had to say; “It looks pretty good,” Spurrier said at the time. “We showed it to the players, and they liked it. Of course, they like anything a little different and fancy. I...
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The South Carolina Gamecocks are ranked No. 3 in this week’s AP Poll and I could not be happier. Simply put, it is “Great to be a Gamecock.” It has been a long road for the USC football team and for fans of the program. This is the best ranking in the “Steve Spurrier era” and the second-highest ranking in school history; South Carolina reached the No. 2 spot in 1984. Also...
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Byron Jerideau has been an anchor on the inside of the South Carolina defensive line that is among the nation's elite. Jerideau injured his ankle in Saturday's win over Georgia and is questionable for Saturday's contest at LSU. If Jerideau can't go, J.T. Surratt would likely get the start.
The Gamecocks have come a long way under the guidance of Steve Spurrier. There have been some bumps along the road but he has the Gamecocks in the national championship talk and that should tell you right there that this is not the old South Carolina.