After a successful 2017 football season and with many SEC East teams filled with uncertainty, the Gamecocks are in a prime position to make noise in 2018.
Veteran players Jake Bentley, Deebo Samuel and Bryson-Allen Williams talk with the media about the 2018 football season.
Coach Will Muschamp and quarterback Jake Bentley discuss the upcoming season at SEC Media Days in Atlanta.
Gamecock football players attended the 22nd annual Pigskin Poets event with Richland Library.
After the SEC Media Days in Atlanta, members of the media vote on final SEC standings and star players.
After a surprising nine win season in 2017, ESPN's FPI projects a seven win season for South Carolina in 2018. However, sports writer Joe McLean argues that there could be a lot more in store for the Gamecocks this season.
Jake Bentley and the Gamecock offense showed off a new up-tempo style of play under new offensive coordinator Bryan McClendon at Williams-Brice Stadium during the 2018 Garnet & Black Spring Game.
The Gamecocks picked up their first SEC series win in over a year behind big performances from Cody Morris and Carlos Cortes on Friday night.
The Gamecocks' pitching lead them to a shutout victory over the VMI Keydets on Sunday.
Gamecocks, picked to finish fourth in the SEC East, look to improve on last season with new head coach and All-SEC player.