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SEC Basketball Headlines 11/13/2010

1. Alabama defeats Florida A&M 76-37.

2. Auburn opens new arena with an overtime loss to UNC-Asheville 70-69.

3. Florida opens its season with a 77-60 victory over UNC Wilmington.

4. Georgia Bulldogs survive scare - beat Mississippi Valley State 72-70.

5. With no Enes Kanter, Kentucky beats East Tennessee State 88-65.

6. LSU opens with an 87-78 victory over Northwestern State.

7. Ravern Johnson’s career-high 32 points led Mississippi State to a 75-65 victory over Tennessee State.

8.Ā Ole Miss rallies to beat Arkansas State 68-60.

9. Six players in double figures for South Carolina – Gamecocks beat Elon 94-79.

10. Tennessee beats Chattanooga 82-62.

11. A triple-double for Brad Tinsley as Vandy blows out Presbyterian 88-47.

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Gamecocks Work Out Thursday

The No. 22 South Carolina Gamecocks (6-3, 4-3 SEC) practiced Thursday afternoon at the Bluff Road practice fields, as they continued preparations for Saturday’s SEC showdown at No. 24 Florida (6-3, 4-3 SEC).
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Gamecocks Practice Wednesday

The No. 22 South Carolina Gamecocks (6-3, 4-3 SEC) practiced Wednesday afternoon at the Bluff Road practice fields, as they continued preparations for Saturday’s SEC showdown at No. 24 Florida (6-3, 4-3 SEC).
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Broadcast Information: Florida vs. South Carolina

The Florida Football team returns home this week for its final conference game of the regular season, hosting the South Carolina Gamecocks on Saturday at 7:15pm ET. The game can be seen live on television and online, and the audio broadcast is also available in multiple formats.
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Gamecocks Work Out in Williams-Brice Monday

The No. 22 South Carolina Gamecocks (6-3, 4-3 SEC) worked out at Williams-Brice Stadium on Monday evening. The squad spent about 40 minutes on conditioning drills as they began preparations for Saturday’s SEC showdown at No. 24 Florida (6-3, 4-3 SEC).The winner of the South Carolina – Florida game will represent the SEC Eastern Division in the SEC Championship game in Atlanta on Saturday, December 4. Saturday’s 7:21 p.m. kick will be televised nationally on ESPN with Brad Nessler and Todd Blackledge working in the both and Holly Rowe on the sidelines.
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Soccer Season Ends in SEC Shootout

ORANGE BEACH, Ala. – After playing to a 1-1 draw in 110 minutes of game action Friday night, the No. 6-seeded LSU soccer team saw its 2010 season come to an end after dropping a 4-3 decision in a penalty kick shootout with the No. 2-seeded South Carolina Gamecocks in the semifinal round of the SEC Women's Soccer Tournament being held at the Orange Beach Sportsplex
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GAMEDAY: No. 17 Gamecocks vs. No. 18 Arkansas

Click here for information on Saturday’s Southeastern Conference game between the South Carolina Gamecocks and the Arkansas Razorbacks. Kickoff is set for 7:06 p.m. at Williams-Brice Stadium.
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Arkansas Preparations Continue Thursday

The No. 19 South Carolina Gamecocks (6-2, 4-2 SEC) continued preparations for this week’s SEC battle with the 18th-ranked Arkansas Razorbacks (6-2, 3-2 SEC) at the Bluff Road practice fields on Thursday afternoon.
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Gamecocks Continue Arkansas Preparations

The No. 19 South Carolina Gamecocks (6-2, 4-2 SEC) continued preparations for this week’s SEC battle with the 18th-ranked Arkansas Razorbacks (6-2, 3-2 SEC) at the Bluff Road practice fields on Wednesday afternoon.
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Six Things You Should Know About the South Carolina Gamecocks

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Steve Spurrier in the middle of a key pregame strategy session.

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Steve Spurrier in the middle of a key pregame strategy session.

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Our interns have been slacking lately, so we worked them to the bone to produce the definitive scouting report on the South Carolina Gamecocks. Here’s what they came up with…enjoy!

1. You know how some people have bumper stickers on their cars with clever sayings like “I’d rather be golfing”? Well, South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier literally would rather be golfing. As in, right now. Historically he’s been able to maintain focus on his day job for the first couple months of the season, but his attention usually begins to wane around early November. As he begins thinking more about a relaxing day on the links, his team tends to decline noticeably. Probably not coincidental.

2. Their quarterback, Stephen Garcia, probably should have been a character in “Dazed and Confused”. Much like Randall “Pink” Floyd in that movie, he can sling it around pretty well when he’s feeling motivated, but all things considered he’d prefer to crack open a few brewskis and head to a party at the moontower.

3.  Remember that scene in “Raiders of the Lost Ark” where Indy is being chased through the cave by that unstoppable rolling boulder? That’s the best metaphor we could think of for freshman RB Marcus Lattimore. As you grit your teeth while watching him decimate the Hogs’ porous rushing D, just think of that boulder and it’ll all make sense.

4.Their passing defense is really bad…it ranks 98th in the country and that was before starting CB Chris Culliver was injured. Our guess is that Bobby Petrino, Garrick McGee and Ryan Mallett are aware of this fact.

5. Speaking of passing, the Cocks’ sophomore WR Alshon Jeffrey might be the best receiver in a conference full of great ones. And yes, that includes players like A.J. Green, Julio Jones, Greg Childs (*sigh*), Joe Adams, Randall Cobb, Darvin Adams and others. Chances of him breaking at least one big play that has you screaming at the TV and cursing Willy Robinson? Approximately 1000%.

6. And speaking of Willy Robinson, it’s worth remembering that South Carolina DC Ellis Johnson was Petrino’s first hire for the defensive coordinator role at Arkansas. He stayed in Fayetteville for about five minutes before taking a job offer in his home state. Kind of an interesting historical “what if”.

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