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Nosovitch reverses course, plans to remain a Gamecock

After making the decision on Wednesday to transfer from the University of South Carolina, redshirt sophomore quarterback Brendan Nosovitch has reversed course and will remain with the football program, has learned. The 6-foot-1, 212-pounder entered the preseason behind starter Dylan Thompson as well as backups Connor Mitch and Perry Orth on the quarterback depth...
Via Pro Sports Daily
August 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Brendan Nosovitch transferring from South Carolina

Buried on the depth chart in Columbia, the former three-star signee has decided to seek better opportunities elsewhere. Redshirt sophomore quarterback Brendan Nosovitch plans to transfer from South Carolina, according to a report by John Whittle of The Big Spur. Nosovitch fell to fourth-string on the Gamecocks' preseason depth chart, behind redshirt freshman Connor Mitch and...
Via Pro Sports Daily
August 07, 2014  |  Discuss

South Carolina QB Brendan Nosovitch to Transfer

South Carolina sophomore QB Brendan Nosovitch is set to transfer from the school. The Gamecocks 24/7 Sports site first broke the story: South Carolina sophomore Brendan Nosovitch will transfer, has learned. Nosovitch wants to play quarterback and is looking for playing time at that position. As of this writing, Nosovitch has not decided where he will go to school...
Via BlackSportsOnline
August 06, 2014  |  Discuss

South Carolina Football: Predicting the 2014 depth chart

The South Carolina Gamecocks head into the 2014 campaign with eight of last season’s 11 starters on offense returning, meaning hopes should be high in Columbia. Here’s how the offensive  depth chart should shake out come August 28. Quarterback The Gamecock football team has come a long way since Spurrier took the reins in 2005. Long gone, it seems, are the days of playing three...
July 26, 2014  |  Discuss

South Carolina Football: Intriguing position battles, pt II

There are a myriad of fantastically intriguing position battles that the Gamecock football team will have between now and the August 28th opener against Texas A&M on the SEC Network. Some of these battles could be decided in the spring, while others will won and lost during summer practice. Of these, perhaps the most fun to watch will be the arms race at defensive tackle, the...
April 09, 2014  |  Discuss
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