South Carolina Basketball
Darryl Slater: Shooting woes lead to another USC loss. "All told, USC shot 22 of 68 and missed the same number of shots as Tennessee attempted."
Brad Senkiw: Gamecocks fall to UT in basketball. "'It didn’t help us any that (starting forward) Damontre Harris played 11 minutes and fouled out and produced nothing except for one rebound,' said Horn."
David Cloninger: Gamecocks drop third straight. "USC has a couple of extremely sour 'milestones' in its windshield - the program's first 20-loss season since 1998-99, and fourth overall; and the worst SEC record in program history (the Gamecocks have finished 3-13 twice)."
GoVolsExtra: Turnovers don't derail Vols and that's progress. "So in a head-to-head battle of two teams picked to go nowhere this season, one team is beating the odds. It's not South Carolina. The Gamecocks are 2-12. Their fans stay home. Their coach, Darrin Horn, is on the hot seat."
Gamecocksonline: Gamecocks Held Off by Tennessee, 73-64 - the usual post-game stuff, if you can bear it.
South Carolina Baseball
John Whittle: USC holds on to defeat Elon .
GoGamecocks: Gamecocks hold off Elon rally in ninth inning.
Gamecocksonline: Gamecock Baseball Takes Series With 3-2 Win Over Elon - all the usual post-game stuff (a little more palatable than the hoops version!).
South Carolina Women's Basketball
Gamecocksonline: Women's Basketball Seniors Reflect on Final Home Game and Seniors Close Out Season Sunday Against Arkansas. Tip-off at 2:00 p.m., Colonial Life Arena; TV - SEC Network.
David Cloninger: Inspired - great spotlight on USC fifth-year senior Courtney Newton.
South Carolina Football
Gamecock Central: Combine Videos: Robertson, Watkins, Ingram and Jeffery. Looks like they finally tracked down Rok in the cafeteria - good for him.
Charlotte Observer: Ex-Gamecock Melvin Ingram working with Von Miller.
South Carolina Softball
Gamecocksonline: Howser's 10 Ks, Garcia's Four Hits Lead SC to 8-1 Win over Presbyterian.
Aaron Fitt: Saturday Roundup: Upsets Abound, But Stanford Keeps Rolling. I wouldn't be surprised if Stanford (6-0) vaults to # 1 after demolishing Vandy and Texas in consecutive series.