South Carolina Gamecocks Football vs. Troy Field Report | Leftover Hot Dog
Who saw that performance coming? Hopefully the team will be clicking on all cylinders for Clemson.
How gratifying was that? South Carolina came out focused against an inferior opponent and buried them. They didn't have to leave the starters in deep into the game. Lots of seniors got to play on senior day. This is what Gamecock fans have wanted to see against these type teams for years.
Report card: South Carolina 69, Troy 24 | Spur of the Moment
Oh, did I mention it's hate week?
The Gamecocks have a lot of momentum right now. Lattimore injuries have been the only thing to curb momentum this season. So long as he's healthy, South Carolina has been in good shape. We'll see if that continues, even somewhere as unfriendly as Death Valley.
Quick Impression: Gamecocks Football Beats Troy Easily | Leftover hot Dog
I would really like to see Lattimore nab that freshman record.
Latti now has 1,066 yards in 10 games, he becomes the first Gamecock to rush for 1,000 yards since 2000 (Derek Watson). His three touchdowns give him 17 for the season, pushing Lattimore past Harold Green for the single-season record. Lattimore is now one TD away from the SEC freshman record of 20 set by Tennessee's Reggie Cobb in 1987.
Troy-S.C. Notebook: Golden no longer on team | Dothan Eagle
Dude left the team before the game. Smart move. I guess we shouldn't be all that surprised, he was from Quitman, Ga after all. Seriously.
Gamecocks seniors proud to win first division title | The Post and Courier
There will be a lot of seniors to miss after this year. Here's an example of why:
Matthews approached Spurrier this week, lamenting the fact that he didn't redshirt as a true freshman. He's not ready for the end. Not yet, anyway.
Asked about senior day festivities this week, Matthews just sort of shrugged. He chose instead to talk about what's further ahead for the Gamecocks: Clemson and the SEC title game.
"We're not done yet," Matthews said. "We'll talk about what we did when the season's over."
New SEC East Bully: South Carolina Gamecocks | Saturday Down South
I wouldn't quite call us a bully, but this part is true enough.
If the Gamecocks let up, and allow Clemson to beat them, this season will never be as special as it should have been. I cannot even imagine the feeling and the Clemson fans if they were to beat the SEC east champion. South Carolina must finish the regular season 9-3.
Gamecocks Ranked for 12th Straight Week | Gamecocks Online
Trounce an opponent 69-24 and move down one spot in the rankings. Go figure. But hey, we're still right about where we should be.
You're on notice, dawg! Week 13 | Dawg Sports
Vineyarddawg puts us on notice for our game against Clemson. It worked for the Florida game, so let's hope the magic continues.
Game Time Set For Carolina - Clemson | Gamecocks Online
7:00pm kickoff. Yessssssss.
Clowney may take official to Clemson | Palmetto Sports
Is Clemson making a run at Clowney?
Tailgate blog: Observations on Clowney, Troy game | Spur of the Moment
Something to think about in the competition to secure Clowney as a recruit. Even with an attitude problem, I say you still have to try to get this kid.
Gamecocks Dominate Radford, 85-56 | Gamecocks Online
Stephen Spinella and freshman Brian Richardson led the Gamecocks to victory.
Shooting Woes Yield Loss at Penn State | Gamecocks Online
A 78-48 loss? Ugh. Have we made any progress in three years? One has to wonder.
Golden Goal Propels No. 18 South Carolina To NCAA Round of 16 | Gamecocks Online
Still alive. Next up is #19 Michigan on Sunday in Columbia.
SWIMMING & DIVING
Rutqvist Shatters School Record to Cap Strong Week | Gamecocks Online
Sounds like the Gamecock swimming & diving program is moving up in the world.
South Carolina freshman Amanda Rutqvist broke a nine-year-old school record in the 200 breaststroke to lead the Gamecocks on Saturday night at the Nike Cup Invitational at North Carolina. The Gamecocks finished third in both the men's and women's standings in a strong showing for both teams.