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The Feed Pail: September 21, 2016

Which will prevail on the Blue Grass when the resistable force (USC O) meets the movable object (UK D)?

"Sweet Caroline"
"Sweet Caroline"
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Spurs & Feathers: In men's soccer, Gamecocks pick up big 3-0 road win over No. 18 Furman. This is a huge "W" for Coach Mark Berson's side, which gets over .500 (4-3-0) on the season; I really like that the Cocks had three different scorers (Kurtis Turner '33, Danny Deakin '82 and Kevin Walker '90). We open Conference-USA play this Saturday at Stone Stadium when we host Georgia State.

Gamecocksonline: Will Muschamp Press Conference Video/Quotes + Player Availability.

Willie T. Smith III: Muschamp looking for a better USC performance on the road (from the Greenville News).

SEC Country: 5 key things for South Carolina: Keep building momentum by Mike Wilson and Moving forward with one quarterback is in the Gamecocks best interest by Hale McGranahan.

Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader: It looks like the Wildcats are also circling this game for the exact same reason we are - Is this the make-or-break week for Mark Stoops? (from Monday) and Researching UK’s opponent: How South Carolina football players ranked as recruits.

Scott Hood: Stoops: Defensive play 'not acceptable' - checking in on Kentucky's D' (from the Orangeburg Times-Democrat).

A Sea of Blue: Our SB Nation sister blog asks Who should be the starting QB versus South Carolina?

John Del Bianco: Instant coffee does not go well with football and Switching gears is hardest part for defense (from the The Big Spur).

David Caraviello: Deebo Samuel may return, but receiver’s hamstring issues still a focus for USC (from the Charleston Post & Courier).

Gamecock Central: Tight ends contributing just as Muschamp envisioned in spring by Scott Hood. Plus - Wes Mitchell posts Three and out: What we learned from ECU.

The Rubber Chickens: TRC Unleashed 89 – So Many Podcasts. Great 'cast, but don't bust on Carolina futbol, gents.