Battle armor pic.twitter.com/E4KY6O3LDb— Gamecock Football (@GamecockFB) September 1, 2017
Looks like we're going black helmets, white tops, black pants, and black shoes.
Keep on keepin' on, JBJ. Keep on keepin' on.
The streak just keeps going and going and going.
See what the Gamecocks' receiver had to say.
The interim head coach meets the media.
The four-star commit had his senior year cut short by a leg injury, but after surgery found that it wasn't as bad as was once thought, he's on the mend and should be at nearly full strength when he enrolls next fall.
Got seven minutes? Check out what Brandon McIlwain can do and is doing.
SOS Jr. says that the confidence the team gained after the Tennessee game has carried over into practice. Also, he updated D.J. Neal's status, saying that the WR (back) "should be ready to go" for Saturday.
The Palmyra (N.J.) four-star is a solid Gamecocks verbal and is looking forward to doing big things on the gridiron when he comes to Columbia next fall. Here's a look at the first three games of his senior year.
It was supposed to be a rebuilding year. But that didn't stop incoming coach Steve Spurrier from turning 2005 into a banner year for the South Carolina Gamecocks. With notable victories over Tennessee and Florida, the team achieved an unprecedented five-game SEC winning streak. Proving that confidence and leadership can overcome the odds, the Gamecocks turned a slim chance into a big season.