With expectations reaching higher than they have in the last three seasons, Saturday's game against Kentucky could be the most important of Will Muschamp's short career at South Carolina.
After impressing his head coach and teammate, freshman wide receiver Shi Smith will start USC's season opener in the slot, The State reports.
Despite being a trendy dark horse pick, South Carolina was projected to finish fourth in the SEC East, leaving expectations unclear for the upcoming season.
Mark Kingston's impressive record bodes well for the Gamecock baseball team after a disappointing 2017 season.
Frank Martin has a full roster after the addition of graduate transfer guard Wesley Myers, who averaged 16.9 points per game last season for Maine.
Malik Young's work ethic has pushed him over the top in the battle for USC's starting left tackle spot, offensive line coach Eric Wolford says.
Editor-in-Chief Adam Orfinger shares the vision of The Daily Gamecock going forward while welcoming everyone back to campus.
Rakym Felder has been suspended from USC basketball indefinitely for what Frank Martin calls "unfortunate decisions."
Senior associate athletics director for marketing Eric Nichols discusses the decision-making process that went into adding an in-stadium DJ for South Carolina football.
After working exclusively from the shotgun as a freshman, Jake Bentley is taking snaps under center heading into the 2017 season.
True freshman wide receivers OrTre Smith and Shi Smith are taking strides to get some early playing time during the 2017 season.
South Carolina has four offensive line spots seemingly decided, with a continuing battle at left tackle.
Kurt Roper had to let Jake Bentley develop during his freshman year. Now, the offensive playcaller is putting together a more creative playbook for year two.
Rico Dowdle, A.J. Turner and Ty'Son Williams are battling it out to be the South Carolina's starting running back for the season opener.
The Gamecocks lack depth at the linebacker position, but they're plenty confident in their three starters.
After a couple of rocky years, the Gamecocks can expect a challenging but winning season under Will Muschamp.
South Carolina will take on Kentucky this year in the first evening home opener since 2015.
Frank Martin and the Gamecocks are pursuing the nation's fifth-leading scorer from last season.
Will Muschamp's "Spurs Up" tweets have been flying lately, as the Gamecocks are picking up steam in recruiting.