After the way the city of Columbia embraced the 2017 South Carolina women's basketball team during their historic championship run, why won't the commemorative signs stay up longer?
South Carolina tight end Kiel Pollard tallied 108 yards in Saturday's annual Garnet and Black Spring Game, foreshadowing a big-time sophomore season.
Columnist Pete Helms argues that the NCAA should discipline its officials for the exorbitant amount of fouls called in the National Championship Game.
As South Carolina prepares for its first Final Four appearance, sports editor Bobby Balboni reflects on the rise of South Carolina's men's basketball and argues that, above all else, Frank Martin's leadership was the driving force in its climb.
I questioned this team a lot throughout the season. Individual players, or the team as a whole — I did not have faith in them entirely. Yet in their Final Four run, these Gamecocks have shot down every negative story line that had been stuck on them throughout the season, and proved themselves worthy of everything they have accomplished this season.
Missing out again on a trip to Omaha would do little to combat the limited patience of Gamecock fans, writes Adam Orfinger.
Sports columnist Pete Helms examines the SEC's officiating problem.
Sports editor Bobby Balboni argues that Sindarius Thornwell has been overlooked in the historical context of South Carolina's program.