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FOOTBALL

Gamecocks Continue Clemson Week | Gamecocks Online
Video interviews with Marcus Lattimore, Alshon Jeffery, TJ Johnson, Coach Elliot, Coach Johnson, and Coach Graham.

Roles reversed for Clemson, South Carolina | ESPN
Get used to it.

This isn’t the South Carolina that Clemson has grown accustomed to.

SEC superlative tracker | ESPN
Lattimore nominated for SEC offensive player of the year and Steve Spurrier for coach of the year.

Big Thursday and My Clemson Cousin – a Proposal | The Rubber Chickens
Tbone has a return to Big Thursday and consobrinuscide on the brain.

“Inside the Chart” with Andy Demetra 11/24 | Spurs Up

As I crunched the numbers Tuesday, I found that 2nd half time of possession has been a stunning barometer of South Carolina’s success this season.

game-predictions-112410 | ESPN
At least one pundit is picking us.

South Carolina 27, Clemson 21: Yes, I know all about the history in this rivalry and that Clemson has dominated and South Carolina hasn’t won two in a row since the Gamecocks won three straight from 1968-70. But repeating something the Head Ball Coach said back in August, this is a different South Carolina football team, not to mention a South Carolina team with Marcus Lattimore and Alshon Jeffery taking turns carving opposing defenses apart.


MEN’S SOCCER

College Soccer Professor: Third Round Preview (Regions 1&2) | Goal.com
South Carolina’s game with Michigan is termed a “dream matchup for the neutral fan.”

 

 

BASEBALL

College baseball gives thanks | Rivals.com

The Gamecocks entered last season with high hopes, but exceeded expectations when they rolled through the College World Series and won the program’s first national title. Interestingly, it wasn’t too long ago the Gamecocks were on the verge of possibly losing coach Ray Tanner. Now, the outstanding head coach is entrenched and likely will retire with the Gamecocks.

 


MEN’S BASKETBALL

Time Changes Announced For Dec. 5 Basketball Doubleheader | Gamecocks Online

Time changes have been announced for the Dec. 5 South Carolina men’s and women’s basketball doubleheader. The men’s contest versus Clemson, originally scheduled for 1 p.m. has been moved to 4 p.m., while the women’s contest against Savannah State, which was originally scheduled at 4 p.m. has been moved to the 1 p.m. time slot.

 


WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Staley Takes Team to #3/2 Stanford for Friday Showdown | Gamecocks Online
Some history for you.

The Cardinal lead the young series 2-0. The two teams opened a home-and-home contract in 2006-07 with the Gamecocks traveling to Palo Alto, on Jan. 8, 2007. Stanford, ranked No. 10 at the time, collected a 69-54 victory on its home court. Two years later, the then-No. 3 Cardinal arrived in Columbia and posted a 78-47 win over the Gamecocks in head coach Dawn Staley’s first matchup against her former Olympic head coach. In that meeting, La’Keisha Sutton was South Carolina’s offensive leader, netting 13 points, as the Gamecocks trailed by just nine at the half before struggling to shoot in the second period.

 

 

SWIMMING & DIVING

Michael Flach Named National Swimmer of the Week | Gamecocks Online

South Carolina sophomore Michael Flach was named the Counsilman Hunsaker National Collegiate Swimmer of the Week, as announced by CollegeSwimming.com on Wednesday.


 




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