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The Feed Pail: October 13, 2014

Blah. Meh. Idunno. Sigh.

Joe Robbins

TFP -  Got a bad case of the Mondays.

Sportstalksc: Steve Spurrier vows to coach better during second half of season.

GoGamecocks: Scouting the Gamecocks’ next opponent: The Furman Paladins.   We shouldn't look ahead to Auburn, but how can we not?  It is the make-or-break game of the year.

Free Times: Pick Six: Does Success of Gamecocks’ Season Hinge on Sixth Straight Win over Clemson? If we don't beat Auburn, absolutely.

Gamecock Central: Davis: Beating the bye-week blues.  "Let's keep it real: No one's talking about us. No one's wondering about our chances in the SEC East. No one really cares about this team except us fans."  Plus - Spurrier: Players only meeting could help. "If we can practice better and play better, then it will have been a beneficial meeting."

The Big Spur: Spurrier: No new bye week injuries. Plus - Baton Rouge 2G Jacob Evans (6'5", 200) is going to pick between USC and Cincinnati. USC sports: Weekend roundup of Gamecock athletics.

The Daily Gamecock: Crushing - USC Men's soccer drops 1-0 to UAB on Saturday and to 1-3 in Conference USA.

Gamecocksonline: South Carolina Equestrian Wins Fifth Straight Meet Over Auburn, 10-9But - Gamecock Volleyballers Fall in Four Sets at Alabama.

ESPN SEC Blog: Reason # 437 why it was a bad idea to agree to have A&M as our permanent cross-division rival - Kyle Field sets SEC attendance markPlus - A poll of ESPN coaches says W-B is one of the toughest venues to play - though the shine is a bit off this year.

Fox Sports: Clemson QB Deshaun Watson will miss a month with broken finger.  He should be back in plenty of time for Carolina-Clemson. Great news!  Per the Greenville News' Willie T. Smith III, Former Gamecock Marcus Lattimore Could Return To Field Soon for the Niners.