TFP - Prepping for the Paladins.
Gamecock Central: Matulis could play Saturday. Encouraging.
O'burg Times & Democrat: Scott Hood writes that Experimenting with Gamecocks’ defense continues. N'aty Rodgers' stint on the DL has ended and he's back on offense; we should be seeing 6-foot-3, 237-pound walk-on defensive end Michael Washington against Furman - but, honestly, can he make much of a difference at that height and weight against SEC OL?
GamecockPride: Confidence Behind Thompson.
Al.com: Key Auburn contributors expected to be healthy for South Carolina. Auburn has a bye this week.
MrSEC: 2015 SEC Schedules Released; Cupcakes Abound. "Compared to other schedules in the SEC, USC will be traveling down murderers' row."
Gamecock Cereal: Unwind Wednesday with Rixon Lane and Reece Funderburk. They need to work on Reece's audio; I don't know why Rixon thinks we're an absolute lock for a bowl - but I do think he's spot-on about Dylan Thompson and Damiere Byrd. Plus - Frustated? Just Breathe by Jeff Tyner. I'm not sure this worked.
Saturday Down South: Lack of talent in division means SEC East is Georgia’s to lose.
Fox Sports: Ho hum. Another day, another chance for USC to make a columnist's disappointment list.
ESPN SEC Blog: Midseason All-SEC team. A.J. still gets kudos.
The Big Spur: John Del Bianco says Frank Martin likes what he's seeing in young season.
WLTX.com: USC Basketball Holds Court At Media Day. "For the first time since he arrived at USC, head coach Frank Martin has an experienced group of players to work with, a luxury he has not had in the last two years."
Palmetto Recruiting: 6-6 PJ Dozier of Spring Valley is on the road to visit the Hoyas. We need Dozier the same way we needed Thornwell - he is a must-have, but we're competing with storied programs for his services.
GoGamecocks: David Cloninger writes that Top recruiting class, returning stars mean sky’s the limit for Staley’s Gamecocks.
The Daily Gamecock: Volleyball falls to # 8 Florida in four sets; Scott Swanson's squad is 13-5 (3-3). Plus - Women's soccer look to overcome struggles against No. 5 Florida. It's going to be a tall order; Shelley Smith's Gamecocks - once ranked in the top 10 nationally - have suffered a scoring drought in league play and are now un-ranked at 9-4-1 (2-3-1).
Bills.com: Stephon Gilmore’s BOSE playlist.