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The Daily Feed: April 3, 2012

TDF - This indecision's bugging me.

Gamecock Basketball

Gamecock Central: David Cloninger posts Martin should return most of team. The good news is that Anthony Gill and Damontre Harris have expressly denied having requested a release. Yet. The bad news, however, is that both told Cloninger in so many words that they are weighing their options - which means it's still a possibility we could lose one or both of them. Apparently, neither appears to have talked to Coach Martin yet - and I have a good feeling that Martin will be able to convince them to stay. Let's hope so, at least.

Gamecock Baseball

Sportstalkgolive: Kornblut sits down with Ray Tanner for an exclusive interview.

College Baseball Insider: Gamecocks 12th in the CBI composite poll.

Leftover Hotdog: General Malaise posts his 2012 Gamecocks Baseball Field Report: Vandy Edition.

Gamecocksonline: South Carolina Baseball Notebook.

Gamecock Football

The Daily Gamecock: Quarterbacks battle for backup role in spring.

Gamecocks in the Draft

NFL Blogs: South Carolina showcases stellar class at pro day.

Gamecock Anthem: Source: Melvin Ingram has worked out for Dolphins, Falcons.

Black and Teal Blog: This Jacksonville blogger thinks the Jaguars may draft Melvin Ingram with the 7th pick - over UNC's Quinton Coples. Good analysis.

SB Nation: Joel Thorman projects Melvin as the 16th pick - 2012 NFL Mock Draft: Melvin Ingram Improves Jets Pass Rush. He then predicts Stephon Gilmore will be the 17th pick - 2012 NFL Mock Draft: Stephon Gilmore Picked Up By Bengals.

Blogging the Boys: Cowboys Draft Profiles: Stephon Gilmore.

Shut Down Corner: The Shutdown 50: #44 — Alshon Jeffery, WR, South Carolina. A lot of blunt criticism directed to Alshon about his 2011 playing weight and his perceived inability to make "sudden" cuts.


Gamecocksonline: Gamecocks Sweep Three Foes at Wake Forest Spring Invitational.

Loose Feed Congratulations to the NCAA Men's Basketball National Champion University of Kentucky Wildcats. The SEC now simultaneously holds the national titles in basketball, football and baseball. Has that ever happened before?

Mr. SEC: John Pennington breaks down the SEC's dominance in the three main men's sports - SEC Looking To Continue Major Sports Dominance. With the 'Cats win last night, the SEC has garnered 12 titles out of a possible 21 since 2006; no other conference has more than two combined titles in these sports. We're truly living in one of the league's golden ages - and doing our bit, too, I might add.

CBS Sports: SEC: league has "strong commitment" to cross-division rivalry games.

Dennis Dodd: NCAA task force: Conferences could take over bowl system. I'd be surprised if the local committees which run the bowls would cede control without a huge fight.

The Daily Gamecock: The undergrads have some April Fool's Day Fake Edition fun. Check out the Steven Garcia mask on the last page (which NBC Sport's Ben Kercheval thinks is "creeptastic"). Perhaps the mask would have come in handy at the Carolina Cup this past Saturday, after Kershaw County deputies made 225 underage drinking arrests at the infield of Camden's famous College Park.