South Carolina Gamecocks turn back the Alabama Crimson Tide | ESPN
"Give fate a chance." will be on many a t-shirt in the coming weeks.
Steve Spurrier Finally Gets His Signature Win and Shakes Up the SEC: South Carolina 35, Alabama 21 | Team Speed Kills
Miss the game? Team Speed Kills has your recap.
Gamecocks vs. Crimson Tide: Yes It Did Happen | Leftover Hot Dog
LOHD doesn't want you to forget. That. Just. Happened.
Embattled Garcia delivers for Gamecocks | SEC Blog - ESPN
Does it sound crazy to say that Garcia just keeps getting better? At the very least, he had the best game of his career on Saturday.
Much more after the jump.
Spurrier should be getting bottles of champagne from addresses in Columbus and Eugene. He ought to receive flowers from Lincoln, Boise and Fort Worth.
"This was a fun game," Spurrier told reporters afterward. "Our defense played their hearts out, and our offense had the best game we've ever had here.''
"I wanted the students to rush the field, but they didn't," Lattimore said. "I'm still dreaming, and it's crazy. It's just something I can live on for the rest of my life, tell my kids and everything."
No. 19 South Carolina Shocks No. 1 Alabama | YouTube
For our audio/visual learners out there.
Gamecocks Rise in National Polls | Gamecocks Online
The recent unpleasantness of being ranked continues. We're #10 in the AP poll and #12 in the USA TODAY/ coaches poll. No word yet on what excuse Shakin' the Southland will come up with for not ranking us.
"We’re only, what, 2-1 in the conference. Anything can happen," Spurrier said. "We’re not even halfway through the conference schedule yet. We know one big upset does not make a season. We’ve still got to prove ourselves every week."
Let's not get ahead of ourselves. This week's game against Kentucky will be a difficult one to win coming off of our Alabama high.
I'm always sort of waiting for the Gamecocks to implode around this time of the year. I can't tell you how many years the wicked USC of the East has started 5-1 or 6-2, only to fold like a towel down the stretch.
Since when are we "the wicked USC of the East?" I just don't get that, unless it's just a lazy literary reference - which is what it is.
10 Bear Bryant Quotes for Alabama Fans on 10/10/10 | Saturday Down South
'Bama fans may take solace in their history.
Scout.com: Shaq Done For the Season
In case you missed this on Friday. I know all of Gamecock Nation wishes Shaq well so he can come back full speed next season.
Assistant head coach Ellis Johnson announced that Shaq Wilson is done for the season and will seek a medical redshirt.
PIENSA: Art Company
Check out some of the prints these guys have put out for USC home games. USC-related prints start at #4. (Warning: some are probably more R-rated than PG-13).
Gamecocks get ESPN GameDay fever | MidlandsConnect.com
"Lattimore taught me how to Dougie!" Classic.
A big thank you to Joalin Goff, Operations Producer for ESPN College GameDay, who spoke with Spurs Up Blog today about the logistics behind the set-up of the GameDay show. A lot of behind the scenes efforts are crucial to a successful broadcast.
Lake City High School running back Shon Carson is going to play college football at the University of South Carolina. Carson is also a star for Lake City's baseball team and says USC told him he can play both sports in college. He tells WMBF News he expects to play either shortstop or center field in baseball.
Good to hear. I would love to have a two-sport student athlete for which to cheer.
In the Dugout: The Jackie Bradley Jr. Story | Garnet and Black Magazine
Check out this in-depth interview with College World Series star Jackie Bradley, Jr. There's also a photo shoot and short video for your viewing pleasure. The story appears in the current edition of USC's student magazine, The Garnet and Black. Good stuff.
Tanner previously made $400,195 a season. In the new deal, he'll earn $510,000 a season.
So, not an astronomical raise. But one that certainly puts him toward the top of the league. (We just looked it up, and LSU's Paul Mainieri appears to big tops in the SEC, at $625,000.)
South Carolina's striker duo of Kayla Grimsley and Brooke Jacobs continued their hot streaks Friday night to lead No. 15 South Carolina to a 3-1 victory against Auburn at the AU Soccer Complex. Grimsley, a Hermann Trophy Award candidate, notched her second consecutive two-goal match to take the SEC lead with 23 points on the year as South Carolina improves to 10-2-2 (4-0-1 SEC).
South Carolina junior forward Kayla Grimsley capped her strongest career weekend with two decisive first half goals to lead No. 15 South Carolina (11-2-2, 5-0-1 SEC) to a 2-1 victory against Alabama on the road, the first SEC loss for the Crimson Tide (8-3-2, 3-1-2 SEC). South Carolina won at Auburn and at Alabama on the weekend to improve to 6-0-1 on the road this season.
Two upsets in one day? I like.
The 20th-ranked South Carolina men's soccer team (6-3-1, 2-1-0 C-USA) earned a 1-0 upset victory over No. 5 Tulsa on the road on Saturday night in Conference USA action. Senior defender Will Traynor scored the goal for Carolina, his fourth of the season.
Goose Creek basketball standout Aleighsa Welch has committed to play for the South Carolina Gamecocks. She will sign a national letter of intent on Nov. 12, becoming the first in-state player to sign with coach Dawn Staley.
Everybody wants to play for the Gamecocks!