South Carolina Baseball
Gamecocksonline: Baseball Hosts Presbyterian Today. First pitch at 4:00 p.m.; Freshman Jordan Montgomery will start for the Cocks.
Gene Sapakoff: Here's why USC-Clemson is our No. 1.
GoGamecocks: Gamecocks hold steady in poll; Roth honored.
Scott Hood: Pitchers, young guns flourish early.
College Baseball Insider: Florida remains No. 1 in CBI Composite Poll. When CBI crunches the four main college baseball polls (Baseball America, Collegiate Baseball, National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association and USA Today/ESPN), Stanford has pulled ahead of South Carolina.
Baseball America: Aaron Fitt fields posts a College Top 25 Chat: Feb. 27 and, inter alia, discusses USC's offense.
Leftover Hotdog: General Malaise gives his 2012 Gamecocks Baseball Field Report: Elon Edition.
Team Speed Kills: Around the Bases: Most of the SEC East is Red-Hot -- Except Vanderbilt.
South Carolina Softball
The Daily Gamecock: Softball sweeps weekend Gamecock Invitational.
South Carolina Football
Cocky Country: Angelo Watley Arrested, Suspended. It's always best to withhold judgment until all the facts are known, but the facts revealed so far certainly do not bode well for Watley. Over at Bleacher Report, Adam Garrett posts a bit more Watley's arrest and background.
Sports Talk Radio: Phil Kornblut's Recruiting Report 2.27.12.
The Rubber Chickens: Buck on Alshon’s Great Disappearing Act. He make a point that Alshon's decision to do no drills at the Combine puts a ton of pressure on him to shine at USC's Pro Day on March 28. Here's hoping that #1 is getting good advice.
Bleacher Report: Meanwhile, Melvin Ingram has been killing it at Indy - Melvin Ingram Combine: Comparing Stud DE's Talents to Current NFL Stars.
South Carolina Basketball
ESPN: Andy Katz posts his Conference Power Rankings: SEC.
Chris Low: SEC scheduling could get tricky.
Saturday Down South: SEC Football Daily: February 28th; Off-Season Arrests Are Sickening. Watley not the only SEC football player to get in trouble.
AJC Recruiting: Nick Saban to UGA recruit: "I’ll offer, if you commit … TODAY". Saban's recruiting ethics leave a lot to be desired.
Gamecock Central: Scott Hoods stakes out what appears to be a minority view on the new, safety-inspired NCAA rules changes - New football rules are ill-advised. What do you think?