The NFL Season may be 4 months away, but there’s plenty of news and rumors filling the mill. There’s never a dull moment in the NFL and this off-season is sure to keep fans’ attention. Before we know it, we’ll be back to NFL and college ball betting, but in the meantime, he’s the latest […]
The Pittsburgh Steelers are finally fed up with their veteran running back, Le’Veon Bell. We could all assume that this was a long time coming, but they have officially opened up their doors for any trade possibilities on Monday. At this point, a relocation for Bell would be best for both parties. It’s clear that […]
Summer is bringing with itself a brand-new soccer season for all sports enthusiast. If you enjoy watching your country get it down in one of the most competitive and famous sports this season, then gear yourself up for FIFA World Cup 2018. GET YOUR SCHEDULE READY The FIFA World Cup 2018 schedule is already out. All […]
The Gamecocks football program is at a crossroads with its’ offensive philosophy as it has a decision to either hire interim offensive coordinator, Bryan McClendon, or go with someone else as the primary play-caller. We recently wrote on why Coach Muschamp should hire McClendon and now here is the counter argument to go with a […]
The University of South Carolina Gamecocks football team is in search of a offensive coordinator after the departure of Kurt Roper. Enter Bryan McClendon as he has a job interview during the Outback Bowl. Is he the right hire for South Carolina football? Here are three reasons to hire him:
[et_pb_section admin_label=”section”] [et_pb_row admin_label=”row”] [et_pb_column type=”4_4″] [et_pb_text admin_label=”Text”] In The State paper the other day they ran a article asking “Are you a bad South Carolinian if you don’t pull for Clemson?” Allow me to simply state how much of a joke that article and the thought of the concept is. Shame on the newspaper, […]
In a memorable, physical NFC South showdown, the New Orleans Saints (9-4) fell 20-17 to the Atlanta Falcons (8-5) on Thursday Night Football. Penalties hindered New Orleans throughout the game, with several questionable calls and misses by the officials that will surely warrant league review this week. Still, this loss cannot be blamed on officiating alone. The […]
Can Steve Spurrier help South Carolina contend in the SEC? In this NHTSA Keys To Success, Campus Insiders’ Pete Fiutak reveals three keys to the Gamecocks’ 2015 season.
Let Campus Insiders show you what the Head Ball Coach’s rant about South Carolina’s “enemies” would sound like if it were filmed in front of a live studio audience.
South Carolina took a big step toward fixing its defensive woes today. The Gamecocks hired Jon Hoke, recently of the Chicago Bears, to run their defense. Well, they hired him to be a co-coordinator with Lorenzo Ward. At the press conference earlier today, Coach Spurrier stated that Hoke would be the primary defensive play caller. […]
We are inching closer and closer to the inaugural College Football Playoffs. Although the South Carolina Gamecocks won’t be participating this year, it’s safe to say all eyes will be on the four teams vying for the national championship. This has been a long time coming, and the match ups are promising enough that it shouldn’t […]
It’s Bowl-nanza time at Campus Insiders. Our Shae Peppler and Pete Fiutak break down the X-factors for the Hurricanes and Gamecocks.
Campus Insiders’ Doug Chapman tells us how the Gamecocks can defeat the Miami Hurricanes in the Independence Bowl
South Carolina insider Andy Demetra gets put on the spot by Campus Insiders’ Bonnie Bernstein and is forced to decide if the SEC East is more disappointing than the Democratic Party, FOX’s already-canceled TV flop “Utopia,” and Renée Zellweger’s post-plastic surgery face.
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