The Garnet & Black Spring Game is in the books for the Gamecocks, and so too are the festivities surrounding it. Take a look back at Saturday’s highlights from Williams-Brice Stadium.
Here are five things to know:
- South Carolina coach Will Muschamp has a lot of quarterback options to sift through, and he liked how a freshman handled his work on Saturday.
- South Carolina’s first All-American, 94-year-old Lou Sossamon, hit paydirt in the alumni game, and so did Randy Wheeler, who was paralyzed in an auto accident.
- Fans got a sneak peek at some of the uniform combinations the Gamecocks might be wearing this fall.
- Why did linebacker Jon Walton miss Saturday’s game? Well, he was just hours removed from celebrating a very special birthday.
- See how former Gamecocks star Melvin Ingram legitimately score on a 2-point conversion.
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- The State’s Ben Breiner offered up what he liked following Saturday’s scrimmage, and what left a little to be desired.
- What did ESPN analyst and former Texas coach Mack Brown take away from the Garnet & Black game?
The best stories from around the SEC
- Auburn’s spring game didn’t do much to solve the team’s quarterback questions.
- Who’s this guy from LSU who is just one shot back of the lead at The Masters?
- Texas A&M pulled out a trick play during its spring game, while a wide receiver got his kicks in another way.
- Nick Saban shared his thoughts following Alabama’s second spring scrimmage.