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The Feed Pail: South Carolina football preps for The Citadel; men's soccer moves on in NCAAs; and more

Plus: Tom Herman's about to be paid, and men's hoops is in the Virgin Islands.

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247Here's five keys to victory for The Citadel tomorrow. It's important for the Gamecocks to keep a level head going into this game: the Bulldogs are very much able to pull off an upset at Williams-Brice, so don't count them out. (A couple of people on our staff aren't convinced that Carolina can win tomorrow, in fact.) Also, a little more on the Bryan Edwards situation. Edwards de-committed yesterday and is being wooed by Clemson, among other programs. And, have you had a chance to take a look at the new indoor practice facility?

GC: The call-in report from yesterday as Elliott talks a little about recruiting and how that's played into the Gamecocks' struggles. ($$) Also, The Citadel's patented triple-option has the opportunity to give Carolina fits, so it's important that they use their speed to keep up with the Bulldogs. And a preview of the Gamecocks' Paradise Jam opener against DePaul today.

CerealGC Radio talks more about The Citadel triple-option offense.

The State: The asking price for Tom Herman has been set, and he's going to make some money - whether it's at Houston or somewhere else. A "tale of the tape" looking at The Citadel's triple option. Marcus Lattimore will be participating in the Game Ball Run during the Clemson game a week from tomorrow.

SEC Country: An offensive lineman from Georgia is getting some interest from several SEC schools, including South Carolina.

GamecocksOnline: It went from anticipation to disappointment, to nearly major disappointment, to exhilaration for the men's soccer team last night in their NCAA opener against Furman. They conceded a equalizing goal with less than 20 seconds left in regulation, nearly gave up the game winner early in overtime, and eventually forced penalties before coming out on top 1-1 (2-1 on PKs). Round two at UCSB is up next (Sunday at 9pm ET).