Gamecocksonline: South Carolina Hosts Davidson On Wednesday Night. First pitch 7:00 p.m.; TV - Fox Sports.
Sportstalkgolive: Mangus on road checking out quarterback targets and Finally we can analyze any team or conference attendance averages!
Bleacher Report: BCS Meetings: Steve Spurrier, Even While Joking, Speaks a Playoff Truth.
Gamecock Central: Spurrier, Sharpe earn $20,000 for USC - check out who won the Chik-Fil-A Golf Challenge (hint - not our 8th place dynamic duo), plus some good notes on Stephon Gilmore and some good Spurrier quotes to get you started on the day. In baseball, some bad news - Colby Holmes out for Arkansas, along with a retrospective on the baseball team's April turn-around - USC soars through crucial four series.
Darryl Slater: Tweets that the RPI of our remaining SEC baseball opponents are Arkansas 12, Georgia 46, LSU 7. Here's where the rubber is going to meet the road.
More links after The Jump!
Ron Morris: Another good move for BCS - with some quotes from USC AD Eric Hyman.
Aiken Standard: Pete Iacobelli writes - Gamecock AD Hyman still looking for more.
Heismanpundit.com: Marcus Lattimore makes this Heisman Trophy watch list.
ESPN SEC Blog: The SEC in 'College Football Live' Top 25.
Life of a Gamecock: Could Brandon Golson Finally Make It To South Carolina? Adam may have scooped 'em on this one; Golson has been a perennial "coulda, shoulda, woulda" recruit - it would be nice to see him finally get over the hump and into a USC uniform.
Gamecocksonline: Women's Tennis - Gamecocks Earn 18th Consecutive NCAA Tournament Bid and Men's Tennis Opens NCAA Tournament Against Texas A&M.
Saturday Down South: 5 First-Year Potential Impact, Busts SEC Draft Picks. Guess whether AJ1 is listed as a potential bust or an impact guy. For a USC grad, Brad Crawford (fka "Mr. Palmetto") is an inveterate Alshon basher - though he's been consistent about it, I'll give him that. He leaves himself enough wriggle room to escape his analysis if Alshon in fact lights it up at Soldier Field. Suffice it to say I think he's flat-out plain wrong about Jeffery.
Mr. SEC: Spring Has Sprung, So Now How Far Can Your Favorite SEC Squad Go In 2012? It's all about the schedule, baby (but don't you dare suggest that scheduling inequities be rectified).