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The Daily Feed // 12.20.10


Garcia, Gamecocks eager for bowl redemption | The Post and Courier
500% you say? How could we lose?

Garcia declared himself "500 percent" improved from that Outback Bowl showing. With a career-high 20 touchdowns, to 11 interceptions, and 2,816 yards, Garcia has a 154 rating this season.

Clarifying limit on bowl practices - there isn't one | Spurs Up

If the Gamecocks do not beat Florida State on Dec. 31, I hardly think it'll be because they didn't practice hard enough or didn't practice enough, period.

USC notebook: USC's Gurley focusing on Florida State |
Some speculation on Tori Gurley's state of mind.


Clowney Stars in Shrine Bowl | Saturday Down South

So why is Jadeveon Clowney so important? Because at 6’6", 250 (and growing) this guy will make any D-Line threatening the minute he gets to campus, and he has 3 SEC teams in his short list of 5 schools. LSU, Alabama, and South Carolina are the three SEC teams still being considered.

Before teaming with his brother, Jeffery gets jump on WR position in Shrine Bowl |
The younger Jeffery is making the switch from "athlete" to "wide receiver." Well, at least to my understanding.


Staley, South Carolina to gauge program's growth against North Carolina - Sports |

"If I've done all I can to keep them here - to recruit them here and to keep them here - that's kind of where I end," Staley said. "I'm sad to see them go, but I want them to be happy where they [are]."

Yeah, but can somebody please tell me why they are leaving?

Gamecocks Fall to No. 10/11 Tar Heels | Gamecocks Online

South Carolina dropped a 75-51 decision to No. 10/11 North Carolina in women's basketball action Sunday afternoon at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center. The second game of the Carolinas Classic was a struggle offensively and on the glass for the Gamecocks (5-5), but the Tar Heels (11-0) had to earn their right to stay undefeated as South Carolina stayed close in the first half and battled to the very end of the game.




Bradley Jr. & Price Named To Louisville Slugger Preseason All-America Team | Gamecocks Online

South Carolina junior outfielder Jackie Bradley Jr. and sophomore right-handed pitcher Matt Price have been named to the 2011 Louisville Slugger Preseason All-America team by Collegiate Baseball. Similar to the NCBWA team that was released earlier this week, Bradley was a first-team selection with Price earning second-team honors. The Gamecocks begin the 2011 season on Feb. 18, with a three-game series vs. Santa Clara.