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The Daily Feed: January 9, 2012

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Gamecock Football

Cocky Country Blog: 2011 Gamecock Football Report Card.

Cockblog: Daily Gamecock sports editor Isabelle Khurshudyan blogged on Saturday that USC commit Shaq Roland says he won't get shoulder surgery. I didn't even know this was an issue.

Daily Gamecock: Another excellent piece by Isabelle - Ward shines in coaching debut.

Bleacher Report: Flounder pens An Open Letter to Alshon Jeffery Before 2012 NFL Draft.

Phil Kornblut: Diggs sees golden opportunity at USC.

Gamecock Basketball

Kentucky Sports. com: UK basketball notebook: South Carolina giving Horn time to build.

Cockblog: Isabelle was busy on Saturday, as she files a Men's hoops non-conference report card. I think she is too generous by a full letter grade across the board.

Lady Gamecock Basketball

Gamecocksonline: Sutton's Free Throws Hold Off Florida Rally - Gamecocks hold on for 14th win of the season. Coach Staley's post game press conference is online here.

Gamecock Central: Gamecocks skin Gators; Top 25 Likely.

Loose Feed

Saturday Down South: David Green does a U.S. Army All-American Bowl Commitment Recap with some nice things to say about Jordan Diggs and South Carolina.

Tony Barnhardt: Tony's Top 10: What you may not know about LSU-'Bama for BCS title, So long as it doesn't involve UGA, I like Tony's take on things.

Chris Low: Size, speed separate SEC from others.

Sporting News: Matty Hayes wonders Is there an end in sight for the SEC's dominance?

Palmetto Football Talk: A great board post from the 6th - Southern football vs. Northern football... just for kicks.

The Daily Gamecock: News editor Cassie Cope writes that USC plans ‘first-class’ softball stadium . The artist's rendering looks terrific. If you have to live with Title IX, you might as well embrace it.

How do they spell Schadenfreude in Tiger Town?

Anderson Independent Mail: Tigers asked for mercy? Normally, the Pickens County Ministry of Truth does not allow seditious, anti-Party, double-plus-un-good articles like this. Sorry, but I couldn't resist ...