South Carolina Gamecocks Football vs Alabama Field Report | Leftover Hot Dog
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Surely, this was the death knell. The Chicken Curse had finally picked itself up and dusted itself off after being bludgeoned in the head by Whit Merrifield's aluminum bat in Omaha, Neb., back in the summer and made its way back cross-country, just in time to thwart the Gamecocks as they stood on the threshold of history.
My only qualm with this article? There is no chicken curse.
Security harmed students in defense of field | The Daily Gamecock
This confirms what we all already knew.
From my front row vantage point I witnessed a number of shocking events. The first student I saw successfully make it onto the field was seen just seconds later with blood pouring from his nose and mouth being escorted away by an officer. Another young man jumped the fence right in front me, and when an event staff member tried to simply push him back off the field, a police officer grabbed at him, trying to pull him back onto the field. Many of the officers armed themselves with Tasers and pointed them toward the crowd, and I can't even begin to mention the amount of students I watched get punched at and thrown violently to the ground.
OL Kevin Young knows this feeling all too well. All so we won't pay a $25,000 fine? Let's put that number into perspective.
If you consider the fact that it costs one out-of-state, non-scholarship student roughly $160,000 to attend Carolina for four years, I'm pretty sure the school could have handled the minor setback.
Let's forget for a second that tuition doesn't feed into the athletic department. Seems like this no rushing the field policy is counter-productive to its goals.
"I think it was just meant to be," Spurrier said. "Fate was on our side for us to beat the No. 1 in all three major sports in 2010." "This win couldn't have come at a better time," Garcia added. "We had a great game plan, and we executed it the best we've executed any game plan this year. Actually, since I've been here, I can't recall the way the offense played like this." Maybe fate had something to do with it.
South Carolina Named Tostitos Fiesta Bowl National Team of the Week | Gamecocks Online
The honors keep rolling in. (No pun intended. (Ok, maybe a little bit.))
University of South Carolina junior quarterback Stephen Garcia has been selected as the national Offensive Player of the Week by the Walter Camp Football Foundation, it was announced today.
In addition, Garcia is one of four players under consideration for the Capital One Cup Impact Performance of the Week. Fans can vote for Garcia at ESPN.com.
Let me phrase that again: Lattimore's day was the best individual performance against Alabama since Nov. 24, 2007.
Reports out of Kentucky today said that Wildcats running back Derrick Locke -- a very, very important piece of that UK offense -- might miss Saturday's game against South Carolina. Locke has shoulder stingers (in both shoulders) and a bruised elbow. Even if he goes, he might not be 100 percent. It would be a huge blow for the Cats.
Good news all round for the Gamecocks.
Big news today from Lexington, where Joker Phillips says running back Derrick Locke is doubtful for the game because of two shoulder stingers and a bruised elbow.
What would you rather have - A loss to CTU and a trip to the SECCG, or a win over CTU and no trip to the SECCG?
Why do I have to choose?
Bama’s Winning Streak – A Graphic Explanation | The Rubber Chickens
'Bama gets the business end of a claw hammer.
Game Time Set For South Carolina-Vanderbilt Game | Gamecocks Online
We're slated for 7:00 pm on FSN.
South Carolina 31, Clemson 17
Why does my spider sense tell me this score will be closer after next week?
"College GameDay" Slideshow | The Daily Gamecock
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Big Weekend for Spurrier: HBC Gets a Huge Win, 2 Grandkids | Spur of the Moment
Steve Spurrier, Jr's wife gave birth to twins Sunday night, adding to triplets and another son they already had. Someone on the radio joked that Spurrier Jr. is single-handedly trying to improve our depth at offensive line in 2028.
Tailgating Recipes: Week 6 - Garnet Grilled Shrimp | Saturday Down South
Not sure what is "garnet" about these shrimp, but it does look delicious.
"I really thought Lou Holtz was crazy when he predicted we might win that game," said Crews. "I don't want you to think I had little faith in my team, but I just thought we didn't have a chance."
Lou Holtz is crazy.
Kentucky spinning its wheels after hot start | The Joplin Globe
The wheels are wobbly, let's go ahead and kick 'em off.
Galloway Out With Foot Injury | Gamecocks Online
Out 4-6 weeks. Not a huge deal. Basketball season doesn't start until March, right?
South Carolina junior forward Kayla Grimsley has been named the Top Drawer Soccer National Player of the Week after her four-goal performance on the road this week, the organization announced Monday.
Fresh of its 1-0 victory over No. 5 Tulsa, the 20th-ranked South Carolina men's soccer team is set to host NC State on Tuesday in non-conference play. Match time is set for 7 p.m. at Stone Stadium. The Gamecocks enter the contest with a 6-3-1 overall record, while NC State holds a 5-5-1 mark.