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The Feed Pail: August 11, 2014

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Returning to the scene of the crime with a bevvy of Gamecock links for your perusal.

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TFP:  Waiting, waiting and waiting.

Gene Sapakoff: Predicts the Cocks to go 11-1 and play in the SECCG.  Maybe he should have waited until after the scrimmage.

Post & Courier: Chris Dearing reports mixed results for South Carolina football in first scrimmage.

Go Gamecocks: South Carolina football scrimmage stats (with some videos) from Saturday.

Phil Kornblut: Even more audio and stats on Saturday's scrimmage.

LOHD: Flounder thinks Pharoh Cooper is the Real Deal.   Remember when this guy was just a "2 star"?  Shows you what the recruiting services really know.  (Ed. - I meant Cooper!  Flounder's always been a 5 star in GABA's book).

Gamecock Central: You knew this already but Nosovitch staying.   I've never seen the HBC work so hard publicly to retain a reserve player.

Garnet & Cocky: Solid and Fresh: Gamecocks’ SecondaryFresh?  Yes.  Solid?  I will reserve judgment until I see the unit in action, but dang I wish Victor Hampton had stayed for his final season.   Speaking of Victor, it looks like he is on the outside looking in at Cincy.   I hope he at least makes the practice squad.

The Big Spur: Mike Davis is on J.C. Shurburtt's SEC Heisman watch list.  Dylan garners an honorable mention.

NBC Sports: Steve Spurrier’s hilarious reaction to the Ed O’Bannon ruling.   Talkin' season ain't over yet by a country mile.

Gamecock Pride: Amber posts some photos of Fan Appreciation Day yesterday at the Colonial Life Arena.

Gamecocksonline.com: Scott Swanson's volleyball squad opens fall practice.

Team Speed Kills: Alec Lewis checks up on some SEC (and other notable) rookies in the NFL following pre-season week 1.  As you probably heard, Connor Shaw did not get a snap for the Browns which does not portend particularly well for his chances to make the 53 man roster.

USC Track & Field: Tyler Brockington earned silver in the women's 400-meter hurdles at the 2014 North America Central America Caribbean Association (NACAC) U-23 Championships.  Former Gamecock Chris Royster was part of the men's gold medal 4x100m relay team.

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... and a bit of stale feed, served Georgia-style, but worth pecking out (and, yes, that is the worst pun ever) ...

Blutarsky: The Senator gives one of the best breakdowns of the O'Bannon decision that I have seen.

Dawg Sports:  Vineyarddawg finishes his terrific series - A Sneak Peek Inside the SEC Network, Part III.

Marietta Daily Journal: Gamecock-to-be Nunez making sure people know who he is.