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The Daily Feed: March 21, 2012

<em>Kansas State's Frank Martin:  Mutual Interest? </em>
Kansas State's Frank Martin: Mutual Interest?

TDF - Strange fascination, fascinating me.

Gamecock Football

Bleacher Report: Alex Roberts asks Is 2012 the Gamecocks Best Chance Yet for SEC Title?

Sportstalkgolive: USC spring practice update (AUDIO) and Recruiting Report 3.20.12.

The Crystal Ball Run: Spring Practice Primer: South Carolina Gamecocks.

Instant Radio Rivals: Mike Mizell posts Bruce Ellington Weighing His Options Between Two Sports.

The Rubber Chickens: The Buck Sweep – #BruceWatch2012 Edition. More Bruuuuuuuuuuucce dish.

Josh Kendall: Tweets that center T.J. Johnson sprained his left foot and could miss the rest of spring practice. T.J. was in a walking boot and using crutches yesterday. Ouch. The parade of Gamecock injuries continues, though we've finally gotten enough depth at the offensive line that T.J.'s injury isn't nearly as debilitating to our practice needs as it would have been in years past.

Gamecocksonline: Gamecocks Return to Practice Fields Tuesday. More on the walking wounded and 'Zo Ward's take on some emerging contributors on D. Plus Jadeveon talks to the press! - I didn't know that much last season, and I was tiptoeing out there - not really knowing what I was going to do. This year I'm running better, getting ready for the season - I was just running around out there [last year]. If Clowney was tiptoeing in 2011, watch out SEC in 2012. Another Doo Doo quote - "I want to play football, so I will go to class." Sounds like the lesson sunk in.

The Daily Gamecock: Isabelle checks in with CB Victor Hampton - Hampton working on off-field, on-field performance in spring.

Anderson Independent Mail: Brad Senkiw writes Shaw settling in nicely as Gamecocks' No. 1 quarterback. From Monday.

Gamecock Basketball

CBS Sports: Source: Gregg Marshall yet to hear from South Carolina. How much you wanna bet that his agent has heard something?

Mr. SEC: Rumor/Report: K-State’s Martin Interested In Carolina Job and Latest News Goodman: No Contact Between Gamecocks, Martin. Bluntly, I don't think there's much to these rumors with Frank Martin - but then I wouldn't be terribly upset to be proven wrong.

Life of a Gamecock: On the other hand, Adam Garrett seems to believe that there is something to all this Frank Martin business - Gamecock Basketball: South Carolina Coaching Update - 3/20.

Post & Courier: USC's mixed results: Athletic director Hyman under pressure to find right coach. Is Hyman's legacy at stake? For our sake, let's hope Eric sees it that way.

The State: Meanwhile, Ron Morris offers his two cents: USC should hire a black coach.

Gamecock Baseball

Anderson Independent-Mail: USC beats Furman in baseball, Brad Senkiw has one of the few original stories from last night's game.

Gamecocksonline: Tanner Tallies 1,100th Career Win As Gamecocks Defeat Furman 8-5. Congrats to Ray Tanner on reaching this milestone. Guess who will be throwing out the first pitch tonight against Wofford? Game starts at 7:00 p.m. at Carolina Stadium. Terriers travel to Columbia to face defending champion USC.

So Fried Sports: SEC baseball is trending.

Gamecock Women's Hoops

The Daily Gamecock: Women’s hoops feels spotlight in Sweet 16. Good stuff.

Gamecock Softball

Gamecocksonline: Border Battle Set for 61st Meeting on Wednesday at North Carolina. Beverly Smith's squad (19-12) is in Chapel Hill to take on No. 24 UNC at 5:00 p.m. - her former team. We're hoping to stop a three-game skid. GOL will have streaming audio. Beat the Heels!

Loose Feed

Outkick the Coverage: Nick Saban Shoots Down Four Team Conference Champion Playoff. Might as well stop talking about it, if the Emperor has ruled - his word is law. Game over.

Sporting News: Cooperation is key to dodging major NCAA wrath. Have we mea culpa-ed enough? Should we have groveled even more? Aubie seemed to do the denial thing really well, and it worked for them - heck they even got Cammy-Cam reinstated in three whirlwind days, with the help of Indianapolis; on the other hand, Georgia Tech tried to overplay their hand and got slammed. NCAA - Normally Capricious And Arbitrary.