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After South Carolina beat Clemson 34-13 last Saturday, Steve Spurrier supposedly made a disparaging remark about the rival Tigers. The comment was sent via the Gamecocks football Twitter account: When asked about the insult Thursday, Clemson coach Dabo Swinney went off on a well-prepared, well-supported rant. The only problem is the Gamecocks football account has [...]
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Oh, it is ON now. It is so wonderfully on. After beating Clemson last week, a Steve Spurrier quote began circulating the Internet. Although Spurrier never actually delivered the words himself, South Carolina play-by-play man, Todd Ellis delivered it for him. Todd Ellis call at end of SC-Clemson by 1075thegame Flash forward to Clemson practice [...]
Dabo Sweeney is about to face Virginia Tech in the ACC title game this weekend, but last weekend's 34-13 loss to South Carolina just won't go away.
During a post-practice interview session Thursday night, Sweeney was asked about Steve Spurrier's comment following the Gamecocks win: "We ain't Alabama, we ain't LSU, but we ain't Clemson."
The South Carolina football rivalry with the Clemson Tigers just got even more interesting. Nothing like fuel for the fire. Dabo Swinney was asked about comments Steve Spurrier supposedly made after the beating his squad handed to the Tigers for the third year in a row. Here is a video of Swinney’s rebuttal. It gets interesting around the 2:10 mark as the first part...
The following is a interview with the South Carolina Gamecocks newest beat writer, Darryl Slater. He covers USC sports for Charleston's Post & Courier.Us here at LOHD have enjoyed reading his columns so we felt we need to dive into who this guy really is. He has some big shoes to fill in our pal Travis Haney but as evidenced by his work, he is doing a wonderful job and...
If you’re a fan of a good ol’ Southern football catfight, this is like Christmas in, um, December. First, the back story: a tweet was making the rounds earlier this week that, following South Carolina’s win over Clemson, Steve Spurrier had said when asked about the current state of his football program, “we aren’t LSU,…
On Saturday night in Atlanta, the SEC Championship will be decided in the Georgia Dome. And despite going undefeated against the Eastern Division and setting a school record for SEC wins, the Gamecocks will not be there. But there is still a lot left to accomplish for Steve Spurrier’s USC squad
Kicking off the Big East/SEC Challenge this year was a match-up between the South Carolina Gamecocks and the Providence College Friars. Early money said the odds of the Friars escaping this one alive were slim with their deplorable road record and a new system.
Clemson and South Carolina meet for the 162nd time in men's basketball Sunday at Littlejohn Coliseum. The Gamecocks own the series lead, 87-74, but the Tigers hold a 45-30 advantage over their in-state rival in home games. The game is set for a 3:32 PM tipoff at Littlejohn Coliseum, and it will be televised by ESPNU.
South Carolina picked up its third road win of the season with a 67-56 win at Xavier Wednesday night. Senior Markeshia Grant led four Gamecocks in double figures with a career-high 18 points, while freshman Aleighsa Welch was solid underneath with eight rebounds. The Gamecocks shot a season-high 44.9 percent and turned 23 Xavier turnovers into 26 points to improve to 6-1 on the season.
Dec 1, 7:00 PM | Colonial Life Arena
Providence Friars vs South Carolina Gamecocks Odds
Colonial Life Arena will host Gamecocks vs. Friars action on Thursday as both teams try to pay off for bettors in NCAAB action.
The Gamecocks sport records of 2-4 and 1-4 ATS heading into this battle, while the Friars have 5-2 and 1-2 ATS marks on the season. The OVER...
The South Carolina Gamecocks (2-5) suffered a 76-67 defeat to Providence (6-2) at Colonial Life Arena on Thursday night. Senior forward Malik Cooke led the Gamecocks with 21 points, setting a season high, and sophomore guard Eric Smith added 16 for the Gamecock offense. A full recap of tonight's game will be available shortly.
South Carolina women's basketball travels to NC State for a Sunday, December 4, matchup. The Gamecocks are looking for their fourth road win of the season.