Carolina Coaching Carousel
ABCColumbia.com: Spurrier, Jr to Coastal: A Rumor for Now. The Chanticleers' SID said Sunday that CCU has no plans to introduce a new coach in the "near future" Can we take him at his word? Or does this mean Steve junior is as good as gone?
Hattiesburg American: Support within the Southern Miss football program appears to be solidly behind the candidacy of offensive coordinator Blake Anderson to become the next head coach. Does this mean Ellis Johnson is staying? If he is - a huge vote of confidence by EJ in both the HBC and USC.
CoachingTree Blog: Some candidates for the SC running backs coach position. I suppose his guesses are as good as anyone's.
Kornblut: McCord says USC still leads the field for him. Ty McCord is one our biggest remaining targets and has a lot of positives to say about Carolina, GA Mangus and the gameday experience at USC.
HuskerExtra: Gamecocks' offense good, not great. Is it me, or does this article seem a bit ... I dunno ... chippy?
GamecocksOnline.com: Football Team Returns to Practice Fields Saturday. 'Bout time.
ESPN: Another honor for Melvin Ingram, this time from the World Wide Leader: ESPN.com's 2011 All-America Team.
Sports Talk: USC basketball team returns to action Tuesday night. Check out the audio of the media's Monday q&a with Coach Horn - it's not very long and Coach Horn elaborates on his philosophies on both offense and defense.
Gamecock Womens Soccer
WLTX.com: Congrats to senior Forward Kayla Grimsely for being named a Second Team All American by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America. "Grimsley is also the SEC Offensive Player of the Year for a second consecutive season. She has South Carolina's record for career points after a 10-goal, 10-assist campaign that set her career numbers at 43 goals and 33 assists for 119 points."
MrSEC.com: Weekend Coaching Moves and Rumors from Across the SEC. If you like recruiting, then you'll love coaching-change news - a veritable smorgasbord of coaching dish awaits.
Andrew Miller: SEC Domination: But are lofty defensive stats helped by weaker SEC offenses?. I think Mr. Miller misses the mark. Widely. Again.
Ivan Maisel: BCS title game won't have SEC officials. Probably a good thing.