Happy Thursday, South Carolina fans. The Gamecocks’ home game against No. 7 LSU has been changed to a road contest, the university announced on Wednesday, amid flooding in the Columbia area. Here is some other South Carolina news you might have missed.
LSU-South Carolina game moved to Baton Rouge. Decision was made after meetings involving South Carolina, LSU and SEC officials, as well as local South Carolina government offices.
LSU-South Carolina game time set for 3:30 ET Saturday. In addition to a change of venue, the Tigers and Gamecocks will kickoff later than originally scheduled.
Cedrick Cooper says South Carolina fans deserve refunds. Athletic department has yet to make a decision on what to do about refunds or ticket credits.
South Carolina kicker takes jab at Clemson. Gamecocks will play at LSU’s Death Valley on Saturday, opening the door for Elliott Fry to take a shot at South Carolina’s in-state rival.
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NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune’s Ron Higgins writes how Leonard Fournette can make South Carolina feel at home on Saturday. Hint: it could include limiting the number of carries for the Heisman hopeful.
The Tennessean’s Adam Sparks reports there are no plans to move the South Carolina-Vanderbilt game. The game is scheduled for Oct. 17 in Columbia, S.C.
NCAA.com’s Courtney Martinez details how the South Carolina players helped the community with flood relief. Not only did the football team lend a hand; so did the men’s and women’s hoops teams.
Best stories around the SEC
Tennessee WR Pig Howard was dismissed from the program. (Dismissal was due to rules violation)
Terry Caldwell ready to fill C.J. Johnson’s big shoes. (Johnson underwent surgery Tuesday)
Kill ’em with kindness; Mizzou’s style disturbs former Florida LB. (Missouri has defeated Gators the last two years)