Watch Wofford players go nuts celebrating upset win over No. 5-ranked UNC

No one expected Wofford to upset No. 5-ranked UNC in their house on Wednesday night, but somehow, the near-impossible happened, with the Terriers emerging victorious over the Tar Heels, 79-75.It was the first time Wofford had ever beaten an AP-ranked team in their history — with the team previously 0-25 in that situation — and that was cause for celebration.Sure enough, that’s exactly...
Via The Sports Daily
December 21, 2017  |  Discuss

Will Muschamp wants cut blocks eliminated

Will Muschamp’s South Carolina Gamecocks are getting set to face Wofford on Saturday, and the head coach has a concern entering the game.Wofford is 9-1 and has a strong rushing attack, as they’re averaging just over 260 yards per game. A big reason why is their cut blocking up front. Cut blocking is when a player dives at the lower body of an opponent to get him to the ground and...
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November 15, 2017  |  Discuss

Wofford LB Michael Roach credits trainers for saving his life

Over the weekend, the Wofford Terriers got a big scare when linebacker Michael Roach collapsed on the sidelines, causing the training staff to jump into action and begin performing CPR on him. Fortunately, he was okay after being transported by ambulance to the hospital. He spoke with reporters on Wednesday and he credited the school’s training staff and team doctor for saving his...
Via Campus Sports Net
September 07, 2016  |  Discuss

Wofford’s Aerris Smith gives heart-warming post-game speech after Tournament bid

Wofford advanced to the NCAA Tournament after its 56-53 win over Western Carolina in the the SoCon Championship. Senior leader, Aerris Smith, who has been battling an injured knee all year long, announced in an amazing post-game interview that his final game was in the Southern Conference finals, and he would not be playing again with the Terriers. March Madness. [CBS] The post Wofford...
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March 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Wofford Senior Aerris Smith Shows What March Is All About in Postgame Interview

I enjoy the NBA, but I’ll always be a college basketball guy first and foremost. Obviously the product on the court in the NBA is much better and more entertaining, but the passion and loyalty you see at the college level simply doesn’t translate to the professional level. Wofford senior Aerris Smith perfectly showed this passion in an emotional interview after the Terriers won the...
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March 12, 2014  |  Discuss

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