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Clowney-Whitlock Promotion Poster
Post & Courier: USC taking look at potential problem poster. Darryl Slater's article.
GoGamecocks.com: Photos of Clowney, Whitlock on party poster. Josh Kendall's article. Free content.
Sports Talk Radio Network: More on the party promotion flier business.
Rock Hill Herald: Here is the report from the hometown paper.
LOHD: Flounder's take. .
Post & Courier: Gamecocks cruise heading into break. Darryl Slater reports on USC 62 SELA 43.
The State: Chris Dearing writes Gamecocks start fast, cruise to win against Lions.
Gamecock Central: Some photos from last night's game for your viewing pleasure. . Free content.
Check out Football Links after The Break!
NBC Sports: Stoops-to-South Carolina rumors begin in earnest . Most of this is coming from Josh Kendall, so we'll have to wait and see if it pans out. Stoops' name was also associated with Ohio State after Urban Meyer arrived in Columbus, but Stoops denied interest in the Buckeyes defensive coordinator job. Stoops has also been rumored to be a Gene Chizik target, also. Plains or Midlands? Who wins that battle?
Post & Courier: From yesterday, Darryl Slater's article is entitled "Johnson Takes Southern Miss Job" but the meat of the piece is about possible replacements. Plus a note that # 21 Kenny Miles will start at RB at the Cap One Bowl.
TRC: The Buck Sweep – An Ode to Ellis. Buck also gives his thoughts on possible replacements.
Darryl Slater: Jeffery making good progress. From earlier in the week, but good information in case you missed it.
FB Schedules.com: Reports: 2012 SEC Football Schedules to be released next week. Everyone is getting a bit ansy. The rumor mill from this past week is that UGA will open SEC play with Mizzou.
Cocky Country: Katie warns you to beware of "Bragging Rites" t-shirts. Caveat emptor.
Yahoo Dr. Saturday: In case you missed it, Coastal Carolina decided to hire a retired multi millionaire with no head coaching expeience. What can you say but "wow"? Apparently CCU didn't need "dogs" but bankers, instead. I will reserve judgment on how this will work out (train wreck, anyone?).