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The Daily Feed: April 7, 2012

<em>Jordan Montgomery:  Can he even the series against the Vols?</em>
Jordan Montgomery: Can he even the series against the Vols?

TDF - With the headlights pointed at the dawn, we were sure we'd never see an end to it all.

Gamecock Baseball

Gamecock Central: Gamecocks fritter away Game 1 against Tennessee plus photos.

Gamecock Anthem: Crucial mistakes cost Carolina.

Cocky Country: Yardcocks Give Game 1 To Vols.

Orangeburg Times & Democrat: Godley leaves with lead, Vols defeat Gamecocks. The Vols' Zach Godley, who pitched great last night (even though he didn't get the W), is a Palmetto State product of Bamberg-Erhardt H.S.; he's definitely one that we let get away.

The Daily Gamecock: Montgomery gets first SEC start against Tennessee. We should could use a spark today. Last night's game was the first time this season I've wondered whether we've got the chops to make it back to Omaha.

Gamecock Football

Aiken Standard: Gamecock coaches look for rushing options for Clowney by Darryl Slater.

Bleacher Report: SEC Football Q&A: Can South Carolina Get Back to the Georgia Dome?

Gamecock Basketball

Sportstalkgolive: New York guard coming in for USC visit - some hoops recruiting shorts, plus football recruiting news too.

Spur of the Moment: USC gives Anthony Gill permission to speak with other schools about transferring, but he's not gone yet.

The Daily Gamecock: Women’s basketball reminisces on past season.

Loose Feed

Mr. SEC: "The Hire" And "The Lie" Could Bring Down Petrino.

So Fried Sports: Petrino No Longer Living In Hog Heaven.

The Sporting News: Petrino didn't want 911 call, contacted his security.

Andy Staples: Arkansas AD Long facing difficult decision amid Petrino scandal.

Saturday Down South: Jeff Long’s Priority Is To Protect The University of Arkansas by S.M. Oliva.

NBC Sports: Les Miles keeps digging his own hole on Gunner Kiel. Think the Hat is still bitter?

Athlon Sports: College Football's Top 25 Head Coaches for 2012 and College Football's 10 Worst Head Coaches for 2012. I'm a big Athlon's fan, but I've got problems with both lists. On the "top" rankings, I can see 1-3 (Saban, Meyer and Stoops) since they've won national championships, and even see # 5 (Peterson) because he's done wonders at Boise State - notwithstanding crushing, BCS-killing losses to Nevada and TCU the last two seasons. But #4, #6, #7 and #8 (Beamer, Kelly, Patterson and Petrino) have never won the national championship, nor ever had a revolutionary offensive scheme like # 9 (Spurrier). Bringing South Carolina to 11 wins and a top 10 finish without his starting RB or starting QB is one of Spurrier's greatest coaching displays ever - and warrants even a higher ranking than ninth. As far as the bottom list, I think they're way too rough on Joker Phillips (#8) and they haven't even given Carl Pellini (#1) a chance - not that I am a big fan, but c'mon; he hasn't coached a down at FAU and he's the worst in the nation? Puh-leeze. Randy Edsall's 2011 Terrapins were awful, and he isn't on the list.