In the first half of Georgia-South Carolina, Gamecocks WR Nick Jones made a nice catch up the right sideline.
The impressive part wasn't the catch itself, though.
Right after receiving the ball, Jones got crushed.
So hard that most people -- like, all of us -- would quit football forever.
But Jones hung onto the ball and bounced right up.
Here's a great angle of the bone-crushing hit.
Georgia may be in a bit of trouble on the road against South Carolina, but for at least one moment, the Bulldogs looked like the aggressor in Columbia. UGA’s Damian Swann absolutely lit up Gamecocks wideout Nick Jones, who had just hauled in a 25-yard reception from quarterback Dylan Thompson. It appears that he led with his shoulder too – so it wasn’t as dirty a play as many...
South Carolina has its first points of the 2014 season, and they came on a 69-yard touchdown pass.
Trailing, 10-0, the Gamecocks got on the scoreboard when quarterback Dylan Thompson found wide receiver Nick Jones streaking down the middle of the field.
Here’s the play:
Texas A&M opened up the scoring with a one-yard touchdown rush by running back Tra Carson. The Aggies...
Well, this isn’t how Missouri saw its BCS title hopes ending. The Tigers led South Carolina 17-0 after three quarters before giving up 17 unanswered points in the final period at home to the Gamecocks, including a 2-yard game-tying touchdown pass from Connor Shaw to Nick Jones with under three minutes to play. Once in overtime, Missouri and South Carolina traded touchdowns, and...
South Carolina men's tennis (4-0) defeated No. 69 Georgia St.(3-1) by a score of 6-1 on Sunday afternoon at the USC Indoor Facility in the first match of a Sunday doubleheader. Sophomores Nick Jones and Chip Cox paced the Gamecocks to their fourth win of the season and kept the Gamecocks undefeated in their 2012 campaign.
South Carolina men's tennis closed out play in the SEC Indoor Championships with a win in the consolation doubles final from sophomore Nick Jones and freshman Kyle Koch. Koch also reached the final of the singles consolation bracket as well to wrap up tournament play for the Gamecocks.
South Carolina men's tennis opened its spring season at the SEC Indoor Championship with both doubles and singles action on Friday. The Gamecocks amassed six total victories, including sophomore Nick Jones advancing to the singles main draw's round of 16. Senior Ivan Machado and freshman Thiago Pinheiro picked up the lone doubles victory for South Carolina and will play in...