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Despite neck injury, Steve Spurrier says Dylan Thompson should play; Pharoh Cooper may be out

The South Carolina Gamecocks will roll into Commonwealth Stadium Saturday with some key players banged up. The most notable of which will be starting QB Dylan Thompson. Dealing with a sprained neck, Thompson missed practice earlier this week, but has since returned, leading head coach Steve Spurrier to say he’ll play Saturday vs. the Kentucky […]
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20 days ago  |  Discuss

Head Ball Coach Can't Believe South Carolina Lost To Mizzou

Early in the fourth quarter South Carolina wide receiver Pharoh Cooper caught a 23 yard touchdown pass from Dylan Thompson to give the Gamecocks at 20-7 lead at home. Though the '***** nailed the extra point head coach Steve Spurrier's gut said go for two.'I messed up on the two-point conversion, should have gone for it." Spurrier said.  "I wasn’t even thinking...
Via Online Sports Guys
23 days ago  |  Discuss

Video: Talking South Carolina vs. Missouri

Tigers insider Tom Ackerman believes the return of Markus Golden gives Missouri a chance to bounce back when it opens SEC play at 13th-ranked South Carolina, while Gamecocks insider Andy Demetra argues that Pharoh Cooper should have a chance to shine on Saturday. Check it out:
Via Leftover Hot Dog
26 days ago  |  Discuss

South Carolina Football: Try, fail to lose to Vanderbilt

The South Carolina football team stole a 48-34 win from Vanderbilt in Nashville, despite trying its best to gift-wrap the game for the Commodores. Steve Spurrier moved into soul possession of second place in all time wins as an SEC coach, passing Vince Dooley with his 202nd win. For Lorenzo Ward, facing one of the worst offenses in the country should have provided his defense the...
September 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Pharoh Cooper is the Real Deal

The South Carolina Gamecocks held a scrimmage yesterday as they continue to build towards their showdown with Texas A&M. One bright spot from the scrimmage was the play of wide receiver Pharoh Cooper. He had a two catches for 80 yards and a touchdown. Those stats may not excite you but it shows that the offense has lots options at wide out to go with a strong run game. This is...
Via Leftover Hot Dog
August 10, 2014  |  Discuss
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