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Half Cocked Podcast, Episode 90: Interview with former Gamecock wide receiver Tim Frisby

Tim Frisby hops on the podcast to look ahead to the 2013 football team and reflect upon his life as a walk-on during the 2004 and 2005 seasons.

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Former South Carolina wide receiver Tim "Pops" Frisby joins George and me to talk about what the members of the 2013 receiving corps need to do to take a step forward, why he turned down a scholarship offer from Lou Hotlz, what Steve Spurrier did to change the mentality of the football program, and whether or not the Head Ball Coach's predecessor really did lose control of the locker room. George and I also take the opportunity of his unofficial visit to exhaust all possible puns related to Da'Shawn Hand. And we look back at the baseball team's sweep of the Tennessee Volunteers and discuss the controversy surrounding D.J. Swearinger and Justice Cunningham's temporary exile from the weight room and the latter's subequent flurry of activity on Twitter.

Links of interest:

George's "fan art" to Justice Cunningham

Tom Rinaldi does Tom Rinaldi things with Tim Frisby's story

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