Steve Spurrier - Giddy! (Not to be confused with Houston Nutt - Giggity!)
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Post & Courier: Big-time football gets big upgrade. Video board! Video board! Video board! (UPDATE - link fixed!)
ESPN: Chris Low says the Head Ball Coach is giddy about the future.
Anderson Independent-Mail: Brad Senkiw writes that Ex-USC quarterback Stephen Garcia pleads for another chance.
Gamecock Central: Gamecocks in the NFL - Super Bowl edition.
LOHD: Gamecocks Football Recruiting Video: Christian Hackenberg Offered. Pursuing an elite quarterback for 2013.
Bleacher Report: Alex Roberts wants to know if South Carolina has Too Much Offensive Weaponry in 2012? He is joking, isn't he? Also, Flounder weighs in on the state of USC football recruiting in advance of next week's National Signing Day - Top Targets, Positional Needs and Prediction. I think he's too optimistic we'll get another commitment for 2012, but I would love to be proven wrong. Slides, slides, everywhere a slide.
Fox Sports South: Sloppy play leave Gamecocks winless in SEC. Darrin Horn: "We've just got to keep working to get better. No one wants to hear we're young, but it's true. The only way to change that is game action." Actually, the best way to change that would be not to run off gifted sophomores; now in his fourth season, Coach Horn is responsible for the roster and his recruits - if a kid busts, or is a bad fit for the system, it reflects as much on Horn as the player. We're "young" in large part because of personnel decisions that Horn has made since he arrived in Columbia.
SportsTalk: Darrin Horn on the Monday SEC teleconference (AUDIO). Carolina hosts Alabama at the Colonial Life Arena tomorrow night at 8:00 p.m.
Mr SEC: John Pennington thinks Six SEC Teams Have A Shot At The NCAA Tourney. Pssst - we ain't one of them. John does run down each team's RPI and strength-of-schedule ranks; ours are dismal.
For some strange reason I like our chances tomorrow. Darrin Horn is good for one otherwise inexplicable surprise victory a season, and it's not like the Tide are going to have a lot of respect for us. Plus, it's $1 hot dog night at the CLA, folks! (Ed. - That should really pack 'em in!). I kid! It looks like tomorrow will be extra family friendly - Sixth Annual Spurs & Saddles Set for Wednesday at the CLA - you can meet the equestrian team and take pics with the riders and horses.
Gamecocksonline: Gamecock Spotlight: Damontre Harris.
More links after The Jump, including baseball, Olympic Sports and The Daily Feed.
Spartanburg Herald-Journal: BoSox skipper Valentine, USC star Bradley visit Fluor.
GoGamecocks: South Carolina Baseball Announces 2012 Captains. With career highlights for Matthews, Price and Roth.
The Daily Gamecock: South Carolina right on track after Auburn Invitational.
GoGamecocks: Gamecocks’ Razick finding his running legs.
Gamecocksonline: USC freshman tennis player Kyle Koch has been named the AgSouth player of the week. Congrats, Kyle.
SpursUp Blog: This Week's Home Events: Seven SC Squads in Action.
Team Speed Kills: Our own Cocknfire writes that After 2011, Kentucky Remains a Program-in-Waiting in the SEC East. Kleph runs down The Complete 2011-12 SEC Coaching Carousel Scorecard . Y2 asks What Is Auburn Getting in Scot Loeffler?
Cocky Country: Katie gives a Gamecocks State Of The Union Address.
The Rubber Chickens: TRC Unleashed – Episode 19 is Here!.
Mr SEC: Recruiting Rankings Do Matter… If You Know How To Look At Them. In-depth analysis.
The State: Ron "Negative Guy" Morris wants to reform the scholarship process from the top-down - Time to put student first.
The Daily Gamecock: Sports Editor Isabelle Kurshudyan writes that Paterno's legacy not defined by ending.
ESPN SEC Blog: Chris Low checks in on How the SEC fared against winning teams.
Saturday Down South: S.M. Oliva asks Is The SEC’s Business Model Vulnerable?
CBS Sports: Brett McMurphy column - Slipping bowl attendance has BCS scrambling for reasons, fixes.
GoUpstate.com: From last Thursday, Spartanburg-Herald blogger Matthew Connolly asks Where will USC players go in the NFL Draft?