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South Carolina is in danger of becoming SEC East bottomfeeder

More from Athlon Sports: Top 20 WRs on the rise in 2015 / Alabama is ready for another title run / Florida could win SEC East in 2015 / Can WVU take advantage of wide open Big 12? / North Carolina's D must step up in 2015 *** The last time South Carolina lost six games in a season was back in 2009. After unprecedented success and 42 wins from 2010-13, the Gamecocks came...
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South Carolina Football: Countdown to kickoff

The 2014 college football season kicks off in 178 hours and counting. For the Gamecocks, preparation for Texas A&M began on Monday, meaning the coaches have a good idea of how the depth chart will look and what to expect from their respective units on August 28th. Since practices have been closed for the last two weeks however, those of us in the general public and the media...
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