Tag Archive: South Carolina Gamecocks

Sep 15

SEC Spotlight


After another week of SEC action, Alabama is still the best team in the league and it’s still not really close.  But what else did we learn from last week’s games?  I personally believe we learned a lot as the puzzle continues to unfold.  Kentucky is clearly the worst team in the league while the …

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Sep 09

SEC Spotlight


As I watched the opening weekend of college football unfold, one thing really stuck out: the SEC is top heavy.  Alabama is once again the team to beat and the others fall in line somewhere beneath them.  The shocking revelation was just how far down some of the other teams are in comparison to ‘Bama. …

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Mar 02

Jadeveon Clowney’s trainer talks up his work ethic

Capital One Bowl - Wisconsin v South Carolina

In the continuing debate about whether or not South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney has the kind of work ethic NFL teams want, a personal trainer who helped Clowney prepare for the Combine is vouching for him. Anthony Hobgood, who trained Clowney and other draft prospects, told Tom Pelissero of USA Today that Clowney was …

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Jan 01

The Sports Bank.net: Wisconsin couldn’t stop South Carolina in the Capital One Bowl


Wisconsin had no problem running the ball as Melvin Gordon and James White combined for 250 rushing yards to become the first duo in FBS history to mount 1,400 rushing yards each. The problem was stopping the South Carolina Gamecocks who did whatever they wanted offensively en route to a 34-24 victory over Wisconsin in …

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Sep 07

Murray and Gurley lead No. 11 Georgia past No. 6 South Carolina

Aaron Murray

Georgia had its back against the wall. Coming off a season-opening loss to Clemson, the Bulldogs couldn’t afford to start out 0-2 by losing to No. 6 South Carolina at home on Saturday. But Aaron Murray and Todd Gurley made sure No. 11 Georgia would stay alive in its quest for a BCS title. Murray …

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Aug 08

College Football Might be Different Without Jadeveon Clowney, Teddy Bridgewater, Braxton Miller


Don’t look now, but the spotlight may finally be off Johnny Manziel…at least for a little while. A report surfaced Wednesday that the same dealer who allegedly paid Johnny Football $7,500 for autographed helmets has merchandise for sale signed by Jadeveon Clowney, Teddy Bridgewater and Braxton Miller. The dealer linked to Manziel has autographed helmets …

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Apr 18

Is Marcus Lattimore the Next Willis McGahee?


A violent hit, a leg bent grotesquely, a dominant college running back felled. When South Carolina running back Marcus Lattimore suffered a brutal knee injury against Tennessee last October, time seemed to stop. At 662 yards and 11 touchdowns into his junior season, a helmet-to-knee hit scythed the young runner to the ground. He wouldn’t …

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Mar 23

Vincent Smith, Michigan Victim Of Jadeveon Clowney’s Brutal Hit, Selling Autographed Photos Of Hit


Michigan Wolverines running back Vincent Smith is best known as the undersized player that was annihilated by South Carolina Gamecocks star defensive end Jadeveon Clowney in the 2013 Outback Bowl and he is taking advantage of his unfortunate fame. Smith is turning his national humiliation into a form of profit now that he is finished …

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Oct 17

The South Carolina Gamecocks Aren’t Dead Yet


The South Carolina Gamecocks got their first bit of real bad news for the 2011 season on Sunday: stud running back, and focal point of the offense, Marcus Lattimore is done for the year with torn knee ligaments and cartilage damage. Getting rid of drunken master/quarterback Stephen Garcia seemed to have done wonders for head coach Steve Spurrier’s South Carolina squad [...]

Jun 29

“The Stack” 6-29-11


Hello everyone and welcome to today’s “The Stack” with me, Nathan Stacken. We have a mixed bag of topics today so let’s dive right into it and see what made “The Stack”: 1. USA beats North Korea. With all of the jitters gone by halftime and the game still scoreless, the USA scored two goals …

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