There is plenty of uncertainty facing the Gamecocks going into the 2016 season.
Among the question marks is who will be coaching the team and if that coach will have linebacker Skai Moore as his disposal.
Perhaps those two items go hand in hand.
After South Carolina’s 37-32 loss to archrival Clemson Saturday, Moore said the team’s next coach will play a “good part” in his decision to return for his senior season.
Skai Moore says USC coaching transition will play a "good part" in whether or not he returns for his senior season.
— GoGamecocks.com (@gogamecocks) November 28, 2015
Moore led the Gamecocks in tackles each of the past three seasons. Entering Saturday’s tilt, Moore had 98 total tackles, including 6.5 for loss, as well as four interceptions.
Moore is the first player in South Carolina’s history to lead the team in both tackles and interceptions in two different seasons.
Skai Moore: He's going to talk with his family about the NFL. If he does go, he led the Gamecocks in tackles all three seasons.
— David Cloninger (@DCTheState) November 28, 2015