2010 NCAA College Football Polls and Rankings for Week 4 - ESPN
The recent unpleasantness continues this week as Carolina moves up to #12 in the AP Poll and #15 in the USA Today/ Coaches Poll. STS is still fighting the good fight, somehow convincing themselves that Arkansas deserves to move up 4 spots after defeating the same opponent that was considered too weak to warrant USC's inclusion last week. Arkansas' most impressive other victory? Louisiana - Monroe. Meanwhile our other two victories came against a team that beat FBS opponent Kansas and a championship contender in the FCS. But hey, if we're never in the rankings then we can't fall out of 'em, right?
Also worth noting is Yahoo!'s mistake of sticking Southern Cal in our spot in the USA Today/ Coaches Poll. At first I thought they were finally referring to us as USC, but now I see they just screwed up.
No. 12 South Carolina hopes to learn from errors | SI.com
I'll leave the analysis to Gamecock Man. My recollections of the game are somewhat fuzzy...
"They probably outplayed us, outhit us, probably out-toughed us a little bit,'' Gamecocks coach Steve Spurrier said of Furman.
"You expect to come in and beat these guys bad,'' said freshman Marcus Lattimore, who had 97 yards and a touchdown against Furman. "But we lost focus. We should be more focused.''
What we learned in the SEC: Week 3 | ESPN
All is not lost. Sure, this season may have started to resemble 2007, but that doesn't mean it will continue to do so. For one thing, the SEC is much weaker this year.
That smacking sound you’re hearing coming out of Columbia, S.C., is the Head Ball Coach licking his lips. It goes without saying that this is unequivocally his best chance to get to Atlanta and play for the SEC championship since he took the South Carolina job in 2005.
The "Relish and Chili Awards" for Gamecocks Week 3 Win | Leftover Hot Dog
The guys over at LOHD like their relish the same way they like their defensive stops: stone cold. And they like their chili the same way they like their offense: hot. It is with that in mind that they named their defensive and offensive players of the week Stephon Gilmore and Alshon Jeffery, respectively.
Gamecocks Win, Moves Them Beyond .500 | Leftover Hot Dog
I could have sworn this happened a couple of years ago.
Checking In On South Carolina’s Recruits For 2011 | Saturday Down South
Still humming along. If we can pick up a few 4-star recruits in the coming months we should be fine (or 2-star Pat Dimarco types).
The University of South Carolina athletics department said Friday it was negotiating an expansion of a previous deal with sportswear company Under Armour that would increase its value to $19 million over six years and add other teams.
Brad Nessler and Todd Blackledge will describe the action for ESPN with Holly Rowe working the sidelines. Joe Tessitore and Tim Brown will have the call for ESPN 3D with Ray Bentley on the sidelines.
No. 20 South Carolina Shuts Out No. 22 Wake Forest | Gamecocks Online
Back to our winning ways.
Freshman Danielle Au notched her third goal of the year as No. 20 South Carolina became the first team to earn a shutout victory over No. 22 Wake Forest at Spry Stadium in two years. The Gamecocks (6-2-1) earned the 1-0 shutout to defeat their first ranked team of the year in the 22nd-ranked Demon Deacons (6-3-0).
Men's Soccer Suffers Loss To No. 8 UConn | Gamecocks Online
Color me unimpressed.
The University of South Carolina men's soccer team (2-2-1) concluded action at the Gamecock Classic with a 4-0 loss to No. 8 UConn (5-0-1) on Sunday afternoon at Stone Stadium.