The Rain Game Notes

Do you think we’ll always call this the Georgia Rain Game?  I bet so.  That’s certainly the way I’ll remember it. This was a big win for many reasons.  It keeps South Carolina in the SEC East race, which is obviously important.  It also gives this team, especially some of the younger players something positive […]

How South Carolina Can Beat Georgia

Campus Insiders’ Doug Chapman and Ray Crawford welcome South Carolina Insider Andy Demetra to discuss why Dylan Thompson will have to shoulder the offensive burden for the Gamecocks and why Steve Spurrier’s defense can prevail over star back Todd Gurley and Georgia.

What to watch for

Everyone’s hoping that South Carolina is a better football team than they showed last Thursday.  That’s been the theme of message boards, call in shows and water cooler talk.  Are they?  We’ll see on Saturday.  Here are some things to look for: Tackle better – For all of the missed assignments and lack of pressure […]

What if

Almost no one saw Thursday night coming.  Many in Texas are ready to crown Kenny Hill; many in Carolina are ready to wait for next year.  Of course it’s not as good or as bad as it seems.  Until more games are played, it’s tough to say what to make of Thursday, but consider these […]

Gamecocks Football: 5 Things Learned Vs. Texas A&M

The South Carolina Gamecocks lost to the Texas A&M Aggies at home by the score of 52-28. For USC, they must regroup and move past this bad loss. To do that, here are five things learned from week 1 of the college football season that the Spurrier led team must address: 1. Fundamentals Must Improve […]

Gamecocks Football 2014: USC vs. Texas A&M

  Location: College Station, TX Head Coach: Kevin Sumlin (3rd Season) 2013 Record: 9-4 (4-4 SEC) 2014 Marks a new era for both USC and Texas A&M.  Johnny Football, Jadeveon Clowney and Connor Shaw are all in the NFL so both teams will be looking for new stars to step up in 2014.  For the Gamecocks, […]

Is this the Injury Year?

First it was starting guard Mike Matulis, then it was back up corner Jamari Smith.  In the last few days South Carolina has lost two players to significant injuries that could be season ending.  How many more will they lose before Texas A&M comes to town? The last three or four seasons have been incredibly […]

Gamecocks Football: Down Goes Mike Matulis

Bad news for the University of South Carolina football team as starting right guard Mike Matulis suffered a severe left knee sprain during an intra-squad scrimmage at Williams-Brice stadium on Saturday morning. The 6-foot-5, 307-pound offensive lineman – who missed the entire 2013 season recovering from shoulder surgery – had to be helped off the […]

Gamecocks Football No.9 in AP 2014 Preseason Poll

The University of South Carolina football team will begin the 2014 season ranked No. 9 in the nation according to the preseason Associated Press rankings. The Gamecocks have been ranked for a school-record 65 consecutive weeks. The Gamecocks open their 2014 season at home on August 28 against No. 20 Texas A&M. That game will […]

Gamecocks Punting Must Improve in 2014

All eyes on senior Tyler Hull. This is one area that the South Carolina Gamecocks football squad must see improvement in for a successful 2014. The Gamecocks were sixth in the SEC in punting in 2010, but that dropped to 11th (out of 12) in 2011 and then last the past two years. You read […]

Steve Spurrier: The Believer

Yesterday we mentioned there is going to be a special on Steve Spurrier the night before the Texas A&M game.  It’s part of the SEC Storied series and is called The Believer.  Here’s the trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMyxkLw0GD4

The SEC Network is going to be awesome

The SEC Network debuts on Thursday night, and from the looks of things, it’s going to be awesome.  So many cable and satellite companies have signed on to carry the network that when it goes live at 6 pm nearly everyone will be able to watch.  And every SEC fan will want to. Friends and […]

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