Tuesday Morning Gamecocks News Link Dump

Gamecocks Football

Not the Steve Spurrier of Your Childhood. Year 2 over at Team Speed Kills talks about how he truly realized when Steve Spurrier, formerly a trend setter that always did things his way, chose to implement the Wildcat and thus follow Houston Nutt. Year 2 brings up some good points, but at the same time, perhaps the approach Spurrier brought to Florida in the early 90s isn't the one he needs here in Columbia. Only time will tell whether Spurrier's new, more pragmatic tactics can help him turn the corner at South Carolina.

Other NCAA News

Ron Morris: Rebel Flag Costs State During NCAA Tournament. Whether or not you approve of Morris's muck raking and however you feel about the Confederate Flag, it's hard to disagree with Morris's claims here. USC, which has an arena that would be very appropriate for hosting a regional, misses out on lots of exposure and money because the NCAA will not have a regional in South Caroline until the state removes the Confederate Flag from the grounds of the state buildings.

Kentucky Beats Creighton. And Billy Gillispie lives to coach another day.

Richmond Ends College of Charleston's Season. Charleston was playing in the CBI, a post-season tournament in its second year. Congrats to Charleston on a successful season.

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