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The South Carolina Gamecocks loss to Arkansas but there was one great play to remember from the game. It was Devin Taylor's interception and no matter our thoughts or impressions from the game Taylor's TD was simply amazing, check this out:
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As South Carolina battles down the stretch in the SEC East, it might have to take on Florida Saturday without its starting quarterback.
Connor Shaw, who sustained a concussion in last Saturday's 44-28 loss to Arkansas, could be out against the Gators, coach Steve Spurrier said Sunday.
The Gamecocks could also be without linebacker DeVonte Holloman, who also has a concussion...
Sunday mornings are never good after a South Carolina loss in football, whether in London, England or Columbia, South Carolina. On reflection, it was the first time this year we were truly outplayed on both sides of the ball, (we should have beaten Auburn) so hats off to Arkansas. South Carolina fought hard but Arkansas had the pedal to the metal all night long and were stellar...
With the 2011 regular season fast approaching an end, and despite an overwhelming number of preseason prognosticators that had South Carolina pegged as the class of its division, it’s Georgia, not the Gamecocks, that controls its own divisional destiny and sits in the driver’s seat for the opportunity to be the sacrificial lamb represent the East…
South Carolina rarely has fun when it travels to Fayetteville, Arkansas. Saturday was no different, as the Razorbacks had USC playing on its heels from the opening kickoff. The Gamecocks were on the losing end of a 44-28 decision. They struggled offensively, defensively and on special teams in the Southeastern Conference encounter between teams ranked nationally in the top 10 in the nation.
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....
Following its 44-28 loss at Arkansas in a game featuring two Top-10 teams, the South Carolina Gamecocks dropped five spots in both major polls this week. The Gamecocks check in at No. 15 in both the Associated Press and USA TODAY/Coaches polls released today.
Conference USA released its 2011 C-USA Men's Soccer Tournament bracket late Saturday night, where it was announced that top-seeded South Carolina will play the winner of the first quarterfinal match between No. 4 seed Marshall and No. 5 seed SMU. The Gamecocks will play in the first semifinal match, which will take place on Friday at 6 p.m. ET in Tulsa, Okla. Continue to visit...
The Alabama volleyball team wrapped up a two-game Southeastern Conference road trip with a 3-0 (14-25, 26-28, 22-25) loss to the South Carolina Gamecocks on Sunday afternoon from the Volleyball Competition Facility.