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The Feed Pail, September 26, 2016: Muschamp Says They’re Evaluating the Offense, Women’s Soccer Beats Kentucky, and more

Seriously though, let’s talk about that women’s soccer team

NCAA Football: South Carolina at Kentucky Mark Zerof-USA TODAY Sports

Gamecock Central: Muschamp Teleconference Recap. Here are the highlights from Muschamp’s comments on Sunday.

The Big Spur: Everything being evaluated on offense. Apparently anything about the offense could change, but for right now Muschamp is sticking with McIlwain at quarterback. Also, Injury Report: Secondary may get a boost against Texas A&M. And in baseball news, Jacob English commits to the South Carolina Gamecocks. Jacob is the younger brother of beloved former Gamecock and noted fast person, Tanner English. Jacob is a class of 2018 infielder and while he knows he’ll come into the program known as Tanner’s younger brother, he’s excited to make a name for himself as a Gamecock.

Post & Courier: Punchless Gamecocks searching for answers on offense. More discussion of the offense based on Muschamp’s teleconference on Sunday. Also, buried at the bottom of this is what Muschamp had to say about Les Miles (ICYMI, LSU fired Miles late Sunday afternoon). And, Sapakoff: Muschamp or Must Clamp? McIlwain muzzle policy is ridiculous. I’m mostly linking this for the ridiculous headline and for the line where he really doubles down on it by saying that “South Carolina got a seasoned football coach in Will Muschamp and a dedicated suppressor in Will Must Clamp.” (For the record though, I also dislike the policy of not allowing freshmen to speak to the media)

The Rubber Chickens: Our good friends over at TRC posted their Snap Judgements -2016 USC @ Kentucky Edition. Using a story about being sucked into a black hole on a crippled space ship as a metaphor for the current state of the program works extremely well (or maybe I just have a weakness for any kind of science fiction).

Gamecocks Online: Women’s soccer continues to be awesome as No. 8 South Carolina Blanks Kentucky 3-0 Sunday at Stone Stadium. The Gamecocks are now 10-0-1 and are one of only four remaining unbeaten teams. Also, Dambaugh, Gamecocks Grab Lead at ANNIKA Intercollegiate After Historic Day. The women’s golf team is off to a great start to the season and continues play today in round two of ANNIKA Intercollegiate. And finally, in women’s tennis, Gamecocks Finish UVA Invitational With Two Titles.