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2017 NCAA Tournament: Final Four Teams

Posted on 27 Mar, 2017, by in College Basketball

As we mentioned yesterday, the 2017 Final Four is about the contrast between one team (North Carolina) that’s in the blue blood club and among the most accomplished in college … More

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2017 Final Four: Three First-Timers (Sort Of) and a Blue Blood

Posted on 26 Mar, 2017, by in College Basketball

The 2017 Final Four picture is almost set, with Gonzaga, Oregon and South Carolina already booking a place for next weekend in Glendale, all making it this far for the first time or simply after an incredibly long drought. The fourth team, as mentioned in our earlier post, is going to be one that’s been at this stage a time or two: North Carolina or Kentucky. More

NFL Rumors – Carolina Panthers, Baltimore Ravens & San Francisco 49ers Interested in Drafting Brandon Shell

Posted on 31 Mar, 2016, by in NFL

Coming with some very demanding family ties in the NFL, Brandon Shell, out of South Carolina as a college player, will try to find his place in the league, with the San Francisco 49ers, Carolina Panthers and Baltimore Ravens the first to showing some interest. More

South Carolina Over Miami – Something to Smile About This Season

Posted on 28 Dec, 2014, by in NFL

After years of being on the verge of becoming part of the SEC’s elite and making it to a BCS bowl game, South Carolina took a huge step backwards this season. At least the disappointing year ended with something to smile about, beating Miami 24-21 in the Independence Bowl. More

Missouri Over South Carolina – Making a Mess of the SEC East

Posted on 28 Sep, 2014, by in NFL

It’s still hard to get used to Missouri playing in the SEC let alone dominating it, but the Tigers pulled off a miraculous fourth quarter comeback in a 21-20 win over the stunned South Carolina to take the lead in the SEC East, remaining the only undefeated team there in conference play. More

South Carolina Over Georgia – Some Things Never Change

Posted on 14 Sep, 2014, by in NFL

No matter what happened early on in the season; it didn’t matter that Todd Gurley was on fire once again. Georgia constantly play way below their usual level when on the road against South Carolina, and the 2014 edition of the SEC East rivalry was no different, as the Gamecocks came away with the 38-35 win, kicking their division and SEC aspirations back into high gear. More

College Football – Georgia Bulldogs vs South Carolina Gamecocks Predictions

Posted on 13 Sep, 2014, by in NFL

Recent history shows that Georgia hardly do well when playing on the road against South Carolina, but it feels like this time it’s different. Not just because of Todd Gurley, who might be on his way to win the Heisman trophy, but also because the Gamecocks truly look like a team that’s not up to the usual standard expected of an elite SEC team. More

Texas A&M Over South Carolina – Quarterback Transition Goes Smoothly

Posted on 29 Aug, 2014, by in NFL

Out with the old, in with the new. Texas A&M had no problem entering the post-Johnny Manziel era, coming up with one of their biggest wins since joining the SEC, beating #9 ranked South Carolina 52-28 in Columbia, presenting sophomore quarterback Kenny Hill, looking almost flawless on his first start for the Aggies. More

College Football – Texas A&M vs South Carolina Predictions

Posted on 28 Aug, 2014, by in NFL

For South Carolina and Texas A&M, it’ll be their first meeting since the Aggies joined the SEC. Both teams have a lot of talent on offense and defense they had to replace, but it seems that the Gamecocks, due to home advantage and overall talent, enter this game and the season and in better shape, shown through the preseason rankings, putting them at #9 opposed to the #21 of their opponents. More

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South Carolina Beats Wisconsin – SEC Continues to Dominate Big Ten

Posted on 2 Jan, 2014, by in NFL

Nothing changes in the dynamic between the SEC and the Big Ten. South Carolina always find themselves in a second-tier bowl game, and always come out with their hand on top, this time making the most of a brilliant performance by Connor Shaw to beat Wisconsin 34-24 and claim the Capital One Bowl for a second time in three years. More