TDF - "He wept for there were no more worlds to conquer."
Gamecocksonline: Gamecock Baseball Holds Media Day (with video of Coach Tanner's presser). Pre-season honors keep rolling in for the Diamond Cocks - Price, Roth & Walker Earn Preseason All-America Accolades From Perfect Game USA.
Gamecock Central: David Cloninger writes that Expectations again high as USC begins practice; he also shares his scrimmage observations. While you're there, check out Paul Collins' media days photos from Friday along with his photos from scrimmage number 1.
College Baseball Daily: From CBD's Top 100 Countdown: 4. Michael Roth (South Carolina).
Post & Courier: Darryl Slate - USC newcomers step up to plate.
Anderson Independent-Mail: Brad Senkiw - Gamecock baseball begins work on a three-peat.
O'burg Times-Democrat: Most of y'all know this anyway, but the AP's Pete Iacobelli reminds everyone that Gamecocks moving closer Matt Price into rotation.
Sports Talk Radio: 2012 National Collegiate Baseball Writers 15th annual Division I preseason poll has USC at number 2.
Tip-off tonight at 7 p.m. at the Tad Smith Coliseum in Oxford. Television: Fox Sports Network.
Gamecocksonline: Pre-game news, notes and Coach Horn q & a from the Athletic Department. Don't forget to check out Andy Dematra's detailed and informative "Inside the Chart" from yesterday where he really breaks down USC-Ole Miss.
Gamecock Central: Gamecocks look to build on win (with video of Coach Horn and Bruce Ellington previewing tonight's game). If you're interested, you can also listen to a recap of Andy Shain answering fan q-and-a about USC hoops.
Anderson Indpendent-Mail: Brad Senkiw - USC looking to build off first SEC win.
Jackson Clarion-Ledger: Holloway faces past today vs. Carolina. The view from the Magnolia State.
GoGamecocks: Men’s pregame: USC at Mississippi.
The Link-o-nanza continues with Football, Jeep Hunter, Lady Gamecock Basketball, Olympic Sports and Loose Feed all after The Jump!
LOHD: Flounder's Thoughts on Losing Jeep Hunter.
ESPN SEC Blog: C-Low sees it from the perspective of More coaching turnover for the Gamecocks.
Post & Courier: Darryl Slater writes about Jeep Hunter's dismissal,
Kornblut/AJC: Despite his commitment to Vanderbilt, Chris Moody is still planning on visiting USC this weekend. Maybe we have an outside shot at Chris after all.
Gamecock Anthem: Scout writer Lisa Horne gives her 2012 Ridiculously Early Rankings.
Spurs Up Blog: Brittany Lane catches up with - Coach Ward Talks New Role, Building a Program. She also delves further into Lorenzo Ward's take on who will step up on defense.
Bleacher Report: Alex Roberts breaks down 5 Positions Gamecock Can Pass on in 2012 (yes - Alex has finally been assimilated into the slideshow format, poor guy).
TRC: Tbone posts on a humorous note - Jeep Hunter, A Google Retrospective.
Lady Gamecock Basketball
GoGamecocks: Video: Staley previews Mississippi State game.
Gamecocksonline: Thanks to fan interest, the Athletic Department is exploring a bus trip to Tennessee for February 2 game. Also, USC is sponsoring a family fun promo for the Sunday home game at Colonial Life Arena - Cocky's Junior Sportscaster Contest.
Gamecock Olympic Sports
Gamecock Central: Paul Collins has a gallery of photos depicting the softball field upgrades.
GamecocksOnline: Swimming & Diving - Ridenour's Record Dive Leads Gamecocks on Day One Against East Carolina, Vanderbilt. Track - Gamecock Field Events Open Rod McCravy Memorial. Men's Tennis - Gamecocks Stay Perfect with 7-0 Win Over Elon. Women's Tennis - Gamecocks Take 4-1 Decision From William & Mary.
Post & Courier: USC basketball great and current College of Charleston head coach Bobby Cremins steps down, takes medical leave of absence. Gene Sapakoff writes in his column that it looks like Cremins will be away for at least awhile. This is stunning news and we wish for a speedy recovery for Bobby!
Travis Sawchik: Clemson beat writer for the P&C thinks that ACC teams may benefit from SEC's oversigning rule.
NBC Sports: Dooley fills another assistant vacancy on Vols staff.
NJ.com: Greg Schiano's departure could have disastrous effect for Rutgers' recruiting class. While that might be the case, for USC it means that G.A. Mangus is going to be cutting a swath through Garden State recruiting next year, though we're likely to be competing head-to-head with Notre Dame's Brian Kelly, too.