South Carolina football: Gamecocks get another ‘Spurs Up’; high praise for WR Deebo Samuel
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Fifth ‘Spurs Up’ in 5 days
The Atlanta, Ga., native picked South Carolina over offers from Georgia, Georgia Tech and more.
Top non-committed targets
SEC Country’s Hale McGranahan breaks down the Gamecocks’ top remaining targets in the Class of 2018, including those non-committed prospects close to a pledge and others with unclear futures.
Top deep threats in the SEC
The next great South Carolina receiver
Steve Spurrier talks Dawgs
Former South Carolina head coach Steve Spurrier talked with SB Nation’s Steven Godfrey about his “lifetime of wrecking the Georgia Bulldogs”, in particular, the Gamecocks’ 16-12 win over the Bulldogs in Athens in 2007.
Flashback to 2007: South Carolina ranked No. 6
Chris Stanley of Garnet and Black Attack turned back the clock to South Carolina’s 2007 football season, one that saw the Gamecocks climb all the way to No. 6 in the BCS rankings.
As South Carolina baseball welcomes new head coach Mark Kingston to Columbia, the program says goodbye to six players, all transferring in search of more playing time, reports Matt Connolly of The State.
Tyasha Harris sets record
Tyasha Harris, a rising sophomore point guard on the South Carolina women’s basketball team, set a USA U19 single-game assist record with 10 in the USA Basketball Women’s U19 team’s 104-46 win over Puerto Rico on Wednesday.
Sindarius Thornwell, officially with Los Angeles Clippers
It’s official. The former South Carolina star signs his NBA contract.
— LA Clippers (@LAClippers) July 26, 2017