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The Feed Pail - July 7: South Carolina Gamecocks football, baseball, and SEC Media Days

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Greenville Online: Willie Smith discusses how the Gamecocks might perform with so many new faces and change on the offensive side of the ball.

247Sports: JC Shurburtt lays out reasonable goals for every major Gamecocks athletic team. Will Muschamp with met Sterling Sharpe and is also pursuing a couple of recruits out of Mississippi. The Gamecock baseball team got a commitment from a left-handed pitcher out of Mid-Carolina High School. Tyler Johnson continues to thrive for Team USA and the Gamecock baseball team finished in the top 5 nationally in attendance.

SECSports: The Rimington Trophy Fall Watch list was released, with 61 centers on the list. Eight centers from the SEC made the cut, including South Carolina’s own Alan Knott.

ESPN: What are the can’t miss games for each SEC program? ESPN thinks that the season opener against the Vanderbilt Commodores is our can’t miss game. And here’s the full list of players, from each SEC school, that will be attending SEC Media Days in Hoover, Al.

GABA: The Final Cockdown focuses on Dexter Wideman and how he may be an impact on the Gamecock defensive line. Did Will Muschamp send a subtle message about who QB1 is by not taking Perry Orth to SEC Media Days? (NOTE: this is satirical and speculative in nature). Instead the Gamecocks are taking Marquavius Lewis, Deebo Samuel and Mason Zandi to Hoover. And what are the betting odds South Carolina wins the SEC East?

Bonus Material: Hopefully the Gamecock defense can replicate this sometime this year.