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The Daily Feed // 11.12.10

South Carolina
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He better be calling plays in this picture and not ordering takeout.

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He better be calling plays in this picture and not ordering takeout.

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Gamecocks Work Out Thursday | Gamecocks Online

Coach Johnson said the difference for the Florida offense versus other teams was their speed. “The thing about it is if you make a false step or you put your eyes on the wrong thing, they’re just so fast. If you put different kids in that Florida offense, it kind of looks like another offense,” continued Johnson. “But they’re so fast and they execute so well and they’re obviously well-coached. It’s just the speed of it and the execution of it that’s just phenomenal.”

Ellis Johnson on why we don’t stand a chance.

Spurrier, Gamecocks take their shot | ESPN
All we’ve ever asked for is a chance, right? Well here we are.

SEC East Championship Preview: Gators Vs. Gamecocks | Leftover Hot Dog
I could really go for some great special teams play right about now.

Special teams play a huge factor as the Gators will look to Chas Henry to handle the punting and kicking duties once again. Henry missed a last second field goal earlier in the season to lose the Miss. State game but redeemed himself 2 weeks ago against Georgia. Carolina will need to be aggressive on special team, as Florida will look to take advantage of every kickoff and punt as another scoring opportunity.

Secondary gets shakeup, Ward says on Cola radio | Spur of the Moment
Could this be the spark we’ve all been looking for? At this point our problems in the secondary are just as much a function of confidence as ability.

Gamecocks Podcast: Hogs Review and Florida Gators Preview | Leftover Hot Dog

On this week’s show,the Gamecocks blogging bloggers of (Moose, the General and Flounder) discuss what went wrong versus the ‘Hogs, did the loss hurt the recruitment of Clowney, takeaways from Arkansas, who must step up against the Gators, keys to a UF win and of course a prediction of the score.

USC fans on the road to an SEC East title? |
Hey, no one thought we’d beat Clemson last year either. Let’s see what happens. Anyone going to Gainesville for the game?




Gamecock Men’s Basketball To Entertain Elon In Season Opener Friday | Gamecocks Online
Tipoff is at 9:04 pm, folks.

Young Gamecocks have a Lowcountry flavor | The Post and Courier
I’m not ready for basketball season just yet. Ask me again on Sunday.




W HOOPS: Season Preview |
A look at Dawn Staley’s crew post-Bone.

USC women look to rebound after Bone’s departure | The Post and Courier
Speaking of Bone, did we ever get a straight answer as to why she left in the first place?

Gamecocks Host No. 5/6 Xavier in First Game Friday Night | Gamecocks Online
The women are kicking off a pretty tough out of conference schedule on Friday as well.



Men’s Soccer To Face Top-Seeded SMU In C-USA Semifinals – Gamecocks Online
We played them earlier in Dallas and lost 3-1. Will this time be different?




Gamecocks to face Spartans | The Daily Gamecock
Looks to be a good game. Hopefully the Lady Gamecocks can get on a roll.

Coming off another valiant performance in the SEC Tournament, No. 20 Carolina (14-5-4) will look to continue to put its name on the map when it travels to Charlottesville, Va., to make its fourth straight appearance in the NCAA Tournament. Its bid for a title begins with a Friday night matchup against No. 10 UNC Greensboro (19-1-1).

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The Daily Feed // 10.29.10

South Carolina
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"Can you keep a secret? I'm going to leave a smoking crater where the Tennessee football program used to be."

Wade Payne – AP

“Can you keep a secret? I’m going to leave a smoking crater where the Tennessee football program used to be.”

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How the SEC East Will Be Won … By Someone. Eventually | Team Speed Kills
So what you’re saying is, it would have been possible to wrap up the East after this weekend if we had beaten Kentucky. Arrrrrrrgh.

Going even further down the road of imagination: Georgia defeats Florida but loses to Auburn. The Gamecocks need to only win one more game to go to Atlanta.

South Carolina Football: Tennessee Preview | Leftover Hot Dog
Let this be a lesson to our offense.

Tennessee defense fun fact: The 1939 Vols were the last college football team to hold their opponents scoreless for an entire regular season.

Exploring a reporter’s perspective (Spoiler alert: I’m not a fan) | Spur of the Moment
He means it too. I heard him almost punch somebody through the radio yesterday on 107.5 the game for insinuating that Haney used the word “we” when referring to the Gamecocks. 

Seems like the perfect time to explain something about myself, because it’s commonly misinterpreted and misconstrued by those I come into contact with. Facts: I cover South Carolina. I attended Tennessee. More facts: I am not a South Carolina fan. I am not a Tennessee fan.

I think some people are so used to crappy reporting that they’re confusing competency with fandom.

Spurs Up a minute… Brian Maddox | Spurs Up
Check out Spurs Up getting the scoop on Brian Maddox. Uh, I guess it’s a little easier when you work for the USC athletic department… And what’s with the Blair Witch treatment? Even Oliver Stone thinks you need to invest in a tri-pod.

By the way, if I had to guess who Brian’s favorite Nija Turtle is, I totally would have called Donatello.

October 26, 2010 | Inside the Chart
Andy Demetra wants you to think about turnovers during the game and not his pronunciation of the word “Sophomore.”

A few tickets remain for South Carolina vs. Tennessee | Spurs Up
Only 1,500 tickets remaining. Think we’ll sell out?

Vols back won’t play vs. Gamecocks | The Augusta Chronicle
Well, this can’t be bad for us, right? What’s that? Derrick Locke was out for the Kentucky game? Sigh…

Chick-fil-A Bowl to scout Vols-Gamecocks |
Meh. Why do Bowls even have scouts? It all comes down to W/L and momentum at the ned of the season. They could do the same thing sitting on their couch. What, exactly, are they looking at, anyway?

Field Maintenance at Williams-Brice explained | Spurs Up
Want to learn about how to maintain an SEC caliber football field? Click within.



Couch may bring Trojans back into picture | Palmetto Sports
So you’ve got three years to play two and you are thinking about going to a program that can’t go to a bowl? Ok…



Ray Tanner’s Fall Baseball Recap | Gamecocks Online
Behold: The Tan Man



No. 17 Gamecocks Host No. 8 Gators For SEC Title Friday at 7pm | Gamecocks Online
It’s on TV, so if you can’t make it to The Graveyard you can check it out on Sun Sports. Bring home the first championship of the season!

No. 17 South Carolina hosts No. 8 Florida in a 7 p.m. marquee matchup at Stone Stadium that will decide the SEC Regular Season Champion. The Gamecocks and Gators enter with identical 8-1-1 SEC records with Carolina looking for the first overall title in program history and Florida looking for its fifth consecutive overall title. The teams will be co-champions with a draw, but South Carolina will earn the leagues top seed due to tiebreakers.

Grimsley continues to succeed on pitch | The Daily Gamecock
And she’s only a junior!

Coming off one of the best offensive seasons in school history, Grimsley hasn’t missed a beat in 2010. In 19 games, the Lakeland, Fla., native sports 11 goals, nine assists and 31 points, just one assist short of becoming the first Gamecock to join the 10-10-30 club.

Gamecocks face Gators for SEC championship | The Daily Gamecock
Coach Shelley Smith on Florida:

“I think that shows the two styles,” Smith said. “Florida’s so dangerous. They have strong athletes, they’re always fast, they have great pace; it’s hard to contain them. When you play Florida, you know you have to score a couple goals to have a chance to win.”



2010-11 Women’s Basketball Schedule Released | Gameccoks Online
Out of conference opponent of note: Stanford.



Gamecocks to Host Clemson for the Final Time | Gamecocks Online
Clemson is getting rid of its Swimming & Diving program. Guess they need the money to help them beat UNC on a regular basis (in football, we all know that all-time record in basketball is going nowhere fast).

South Carolina’s biggest rivalry in swimming & diving will be renewed for the penultimate time on Friday as the Clemson Tigers visit the newly-renovated Blatt P.E. Center/Carolina Natatorium for a 5 p.m. dual meet.

With Clemson announcing that the university would be phasing out its swimming & diving program, it will be the final time for the Tigers to compete against the Gamecocks in Columbia; Carolina will travel to Clemson next year to close out the series that dates back to 1923.

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