This post has been updated because I am a big ol' doofus.
Mike Davis Cedrick Cooper and Patrick Fish can get down, but Cedrick Cooper Corey Robinson just seems like he needs a friend.
Join Frank Martin and the Gamecocks as they continue preparations for the 2014-15 season on Friday evening.
This kid is gonna be a force.
Using a model developed by economist Dan Hanner, the venerable magazine projects that Sindarius Thornwell will lead the Gamecocks in scoring this season at 14.7 points per game, which would rate 47th in the NCAA among major-conference players. The article also goes through its projected most efficient players, as well top rebounders and assist dolers, but the Gamecocks did not project to put anyone in the top players in those categories.
The SEC announced today they plan on releasing the SEC schedule for the 2015 football season this evening. The Gamecocks are set to play four home games against Florida,Kentucky, Vanderbilt, and an SEC West opponent, as well as four away games against Texas A&M, Georgia, Missouri, and Tennessee.
A nice piece that heavily features Frank Martin as one of the few Hispanic coaches in men's basketball.
SB Nation site Alligator Army is covering the Treon Harris investigation. Follow the link to see what they have to say.
This site shows you all of the former Gamecock's basketball players. You can see where they are now, including their stats and how their team is doing. Here are some of the 'bigger' names and the country they are playing in. Dominique Archie: Italy Renaldo Balkman: Puerto Rico Devan Downey: Qatar Lakeem Jackson: Slovakia Sam Muldrow: Serbia RJ Slawson: Spain
One of Carolina's top receivers, Shaq Roland, did not make the trip and will not play in Carolina's upcoming game against the Kentucky Wildcats.
Botkin discusses the emergence of Marquis Roberts as the starting Mike linebacker. I thought Roberts made a major difference for Carolina against Mizzou and deserves the increased playing time.