Posted October 18, 2011 on
South Carolina head coach Steve Spurrier and several players spoke to the media Tuesday discuss the first half of the season. Look inside for the video and quotes from Gamecock Anthem.
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
COCKS OF THE WALK
Even though they lost their best player to a season-ending injury, the Gamecocks shouldn't throw in the towel just yet.
Head Coach Steve Spurrier met with the media Tuesday afternoon for a mid-season talk. The Gamecocks are off this weekend.
There are many ways to lose a bet in the final seconds of a game, but South Carolina gave gamblers one for the ages on Saturday. Playing Mississippi State, South Carolina was up 14-10 with 12 seconds left. On 4th and 12 from their own 9-yardline, Steve Spurrier had Connor Shaw run backwards to kill [...]
The Gamecocks have been hit with some pretty heavy blows as they reach the midpoint of the season, but sophomore quarterback Connor Shaw still remains
optimistic about the ability of his team to finish out the season strong.
Following the loss of running back Marcus Lattimore to a knee injury, South Carolina will go the rest of the season without another one of their offensive players. This week, coach Steve Spurrier said offensive tackle Kyle Nunn will miss the remainder of the season after being hospitalized with blood clots last week. “Kyle has…
Bill Connelly paints the statistical picture for post-Lattimore South Carolina here. Bill sez it’s bad, but maybe not as bad as everybody thinks.
The good news is Tennessee’s banged up, so is Florida and Spurrier was slowly weaning the offense away from being overly reliant on Lattimore (not that it helped in the Auburn and MSU games).
The bad news is that there’s no proven...
Here's the injury... and it wasn't pretty...((HT: youtube/SEC Network))Initially called a left knee sprain, it's now Sakerlina head coach Steve Spurrier saying Marcus Lattimore has ligament and cartilage damage in his knee. Spurrier said doctors want the knee to stabilize for a few weeks before operating on it.Lattimore had been the Southeastern Conference's top rusher...
Until last Saturday, Brandon Wilds was a nondescript true freshman tailback for South Carolina, a 6-2, 225-pound three-star prospect from Blythewood (S.C.) High. He had just eight carries for 68 yards in the Gamecocks' first six games. No he's the starter.
South Carolina finished its fall softball season with three wins, taking Friday's contest against Presbyterian 6-1 and sweeping Saturday's doubleheader from Appalachian State 8-2 and 8-6. The Gamecocks ended the fall with a 6-2 record.
BATON ROUGE - Thursday's home finale for the LSU soccer team is sure to be one for the ages with SEC Championship implications as the Tigers battle their fellow SEC-leading South Carolina Gamecocks in a match that is set to kick off at 7 p.m. CDT at the LSU Soccer Stadium.
The South Carolina Gamecocks will face the Tennessee Volunteers at 7:15 p.m. ET on Saturday, October 29, it was announced today.