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The Feed Pail: September 17, 2015

"Carolina, let your voices sing!"

Jim Dedmon-USA TODAY Sports

Team Speed Kills: Our own Brandon Larrabee, who founded this blog, writes at TSK that It's Time for Steve Spurrier to Retire.  The question may be valid but at least wait until after the UGA game to pose it.

Gamecock Cereal: Rome Is Burning. An important opinion piece by Rixon Lane in a similar vein. Read it all.

The Daily Gamecock: Will Helms writes that the Gamecocks head to Georgia seeking upset. That's the spirit. Plus - Will also thinks Gamecocks best when aggressive and Behind Enemy Lines: 5 questions with Red and Black sports editor Taylor Denman.

DawgSports: Q&A with Garnet and Black Attack by Mr. Sanchez and Reviewing Vandy, Key Matchups vs. South Carolina (podcast).

Saturday Down South: Brandon Wilds wants the football, so Gamecocks should give it to him by Brad Crawford and Turnover scoreboard: Ball security helps Kentucky get off to perfect start.  UK put the ball on the ground at least five times but recovered them all.

DawgNation: Bulldogs remain wary of Spurrier: ‘He’s crazy good’. Plus Opposing View: Gamecocks offensive struggles go beyond QB [Q&A with The State's Josh Kendall].

Get the Picture: UGA is facing their own QB issues - but I would be surprised if Dawg signal-callers didn't show marked improvement by week three. "We didn’t get off to a good start throwing the ball."

The Big Spur: Lorenzo Nuñez ready to play in Athens.  We'd be crazy not to give him more reps.

SportstalkSC: QB Brandon McIlwain 100% Gamecocks, but there’s still baseball. Beamer, Spurrier, Stoops, Richt are coaches at crossroads.

FoxSports: Will South Carolina be so bad Steve Spurrier retires? (audio).

GamecocksOnline: Isaiah Johnson Not Resting on Past Accolades. He brings heart., which is good. But no more PF's, please. PlusWednesday Afternoon Practice Report.

NBC College Football Talk: Gamecocks QB Connor Mitch released from hospital.

Spurs & Feathers: One on one interview with Coach Steve Spurrier that goes beyond the x's and o's. Say what you will, but he's still sharp-as-a-tack.

Gridiron Now: SEC coaches dish (and diss).