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A South Carolina fan pulled off a legendary prank of a Clemson fan, redecorating his whole entire room with Gamecocks memorabilia, and painting the walls garnet.
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Like North Carolina did last week, the Georgia Bulldogs' gameplan was to play away from South Carolina Gamecocks All-American DE Jadeveon Clowney, and just like NC, they did it with success, neutralizing the would-be first round draft pick in their 41-30 win. After the game, Clowney had a lot to say.
The 2013 college football landscape is starting to take shape after Week 2′s handful of close calls, exciting thrillers, bona fide beatdowns and heart-wrenching letdowns. We’re about to get a much better understanding, as we apply a solid measuring stick to these elite teams across the country with the common opponents that lay ahead. For example, Cal plays Oregon and Ohio...
South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney's stock as the most feared player in college football has taking a severe drop over the first two game of the college football season. Lackluster performances against North Carolina and Georgia have begun to put into question of Clowney's being the number one overall pick in the 2014 NFL Draft.
The pressure seems to be getting...
Clemson wide receiver Charone Peake has been lost for the season after tearing a knee ligament at practice this week.
Peake was the second-leading receiver for Clemson (2-0) with eight catches for 84 yards and a touchdown.
Tigers coach Dabo Swinney said Peake tore an ACL during a non-contact drill Tuesday and an MRI on Wednesday showed the ligament tear. Football spokesman Tim...
Will the real Gamecock defense please stand up?
Coming off a loss to Clemson, Georgia had to face the Gamecocks and what some believed was one of the best defenses in college football lead by Jadeveon Clowney, and the Bulldogs made it look easy, shredding the South Carolina defense for 536 total yards. Needless to say head coach Steve Spurrier was not happy with the performance....
This probably won’t be the last guy asked for their prediction on this game.
Today, Heisman candidate and QB for Clemson Tajh Boyd was asked in a interview who he thought would win in the showdown of the weekend between Texas A&M and Alabama:
“Honestly? I got A&M,” Boyd told reporters, according to the Charleston Post and Courier. “A lot of people say Saban won’t...
We have to hand it to the guys at Denver Downs Farm — this is one of the most impressive corn mazes that we’ve come across. The farm, located in Anderson, South Carolina, got extremely fancy with its corn maze creation, and came up with a pretty spectacular looking version with the faces of Steve Spurrier and Dabo Swinney:
Battle of the husks: #Gamecocks‘ Steve Spurrier and...
It’s hard to believe that South Carolina’s college football hopes of a BCS bowl game could lie in a win over Vanderbilt.Yes, you heard me say that.Now that the Gamecocks have a loss at the hands of SEC East partner Georgia, it cannot afford to slip up again if it wants a spot in the SEC Title game or a BCS Bowl Game.Now, Steve Spurrier must rally his troops and prove he can win...
CLEMSON - Chad Morris, Jadar Johnson, C.J. Davidson, Jordan Leggett, Germone Hopper, T.J. Green, Jay Jay McCullough and Jayron Kearse met with the media on Monday afternoon in the West End Zone.
CLEMSON – For a guy who spent his whole life just miles from campus, C.J. Davidson certainly took a circuitous route to his debut in Clemson’s backfield Saturday afternoon.
South Carolina head coach Steve Spurrier discussed Vanderbilt on Tuesday. Look inside to read what the Ole ball coach had to say.
CLEMSON - During practice on Tuesday afternoon, junior wide receiver Charone Peake suffered a torn ACL.
CLEMSON - We get to know C.J. Davidson, Dabo Swinney updates the status of Roderick McDowell and more from Monday's interviews in the West End Zone.
CLEMSON - Who is the fifth option at cornerback? How did Chad Kelly react after the first time he was tackled on Saturday? Tajh Boyd weighs in on his play vs. S.C. State.
CLEMSON - Back during his high school days, rarely did Jayron Kearse encounter someone who could match his size, speed and strength.