Gamecocks Get Biggest Win of Muschamp Era

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South Carolina revitalized its season with a big 20-17 upset win over Georgia in double overtime this past weekend. The victory moves them to 3-3 overall, and should provide a boost heading into the back half of the schedule. Coming off the biggest win in the Will Muschamp era, the team now sits at a […] READ MORE


Kentucky Falls 24-7 To South Carolina

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It was a battle under the lights in Columbia between two teams desperate for a win. With a brutal schedule still ahead of them, the Gamecocks needed a victory in order to keep their bowl hopes alive. They did just that dominating the game as Kentucky falls 24-7 to South Carolina. What went wrong? We’ll start […] READ MORE


South Carolina Gamecocks Opener Crucial to 2019 Success

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South Carolina kicks off its 2019 campaign on Saturday against the North Carolina Tar Heels in Charlotte, NC. The Gamecocks opener is crucial for a chance to erase the foul memories of their recent trip to the Queen City, a 28-0 drubbing in last December’s Belk Bowl. Will Muschamp’s team has worked through the spring, summer, […] READ MORE


Tavien Feaster Transfer Provides Boost to Gamecocks Running Backs

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The South Carolina Gamecocks offense took a solid step forward in the 2018 season. The bowl game debacle aside, there were positive signs throughout the season. However, inconsistencies hampered this team both through the air and in the run game. Coach Will Muschamp has a veteran team returning to navigate one of the nation’s toughest […] READ MORE


Travis Etienne Needs To Carry The Load For Clemson

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For the fourth straight season, the Clemson Tigers are in the College Football Playoff. They will face Notre Dame in the semifinals in the Cotton Bowl. Dabo Swinney’s team has cruised through most of the season. They haven’t been tested since a come-from-behind  victory at home against Syracuse. That was the day Travis Etienne emerged […] READ MORE


Facing Adversity, Clemson Found Their Identity

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The Tigers have seemingly been on cruise control the last few seasons. Show up, play well, win, go home, and then repeat. There have been few moments over the last couple of seasons in which they have found themselves pinned against the wall with adversity to overcome. This past Saturday was one of those rare […] READ MORE


Clemson Looks to Cement ACC Dominance

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Over the last two seasons, the Clemson Tigers have had a stranglehold on the ACC. That was not always the case though. From 1992-2005, the ACC football championship ran through Tallahassee, Florida. The Florida State Seminoles won at least a share of the conference title twelve times, including ten outright championships. The Seminoles ACC dominance […] READ MORE