With the NFL draft right around the corner, 337 prospects were invited to Indianapolis to perform in the NFL scouting combine in hopes of impressing teams before the draft on April 23. Among those NFL hopefuls are five former Gamecocks: Javon Kinlaw, Bryan Edwards, D.J. Wonnum, Rico Dowdle and Joseph Charlton.
Use the fields below to perform an advanced search of ' archives. This will return articles, images, and multimedia relevant to your query. You can also try a Basic search
1000 items found for your search. If no results were found please broaden your search.
Baltimore Ravens tight end Hayden Hurst opened up last week about his depression and how it led to his suicide attempt four years ago while he was a student at South Carolina.
Gamecock football head coach Will Muschamp opened the press conference Feb. 25 by expressing his satisfaction with the offseason. Muschamp said that while there is still work to be done, many improvements have been made.
In the wake of accusations of undue political interference in the election of President Bob Caslen, the university’s board of trustees convened on Friday to discuss and pass measures against external interference.
Following a 2019 season that was full of ups and downs for the South Carolina football program, coaches Thomas Brown and John Scott Jr. are leaving Columbia after just one season to continue their careers elsewhere.
Super Bowl 54 had three former Gamecocks playing in it, marking the eighth consecutive season South Carolina has had alumni playing in the Super Bowl. Two of those three ended the 2019 season as Super Bowl champions.
The XFL is a football league designed to keep football fans on the screens between the NFL's offseason until the beginning of the preseason for next season.
Head coach Will Muschamp made it clear changes would be made following the program's sixth straight loss to their most notable in-state rival, the Clemson Tigers. Following what he said was a "frustrating year" for himself and the Gamecocks, there has been speculation as to how the coaching staff will look in the upcoming year.
Three former South Carolina Gamecocks, Rashad Fenton, Chris Lammons and Deebo Samuel are headed to Super Bowl 54.
There have been many greats to represent the Gamecocks on the football field and leave their mark on the program. As challenging as it is to determine who the greatest of all time are, these are some of the most distinguished players South Carolina has seen.
The board of trustees approved a $22.5 million project to renovate Williams-Brice Stadium last April with plans for completion by the 2020 football season.
After a 30-6 loss to the Texas A&M Aggies in College Station, the South Carolina football team will have to complete passes, prepare for a competitive Clemson offense and continue consistency on special teams ahead of the Nov. 30 matchup against the Tigers.
Tailgating, while its origin is unknown, is a colossal part of any sporting event in the United States.
As Sept. 21’s game against the Missouri Tigers approaches, The Daily Gamecock caught up with Missouri’s student newspaper, The Maneater. Sports editor Emily Leiker discussed the eighth edition of the Mayor’s Cup between the Gamecocks and Tigers.
On Sept. 21, South Carolina and Missouri will compete for the Mayor's Cup. However, this year’s game will not take place in the Columbia that Gamecock fans know and love but in another Columbia — more specifically, Columbia, Missouri, home of the Mizzou Tigers.
The National Football League: the biggest stage in all of American football. A stage where not many players who have grown up and played football all their lives will be able to reach. In fact, only nine out of 10,000 American high school football players will ever play in the pros with players like 2019 NFL MVP Patrick Mahomes and six-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady.
The South Carolina football team was unable to win in its season opener with a 24-20 loss against the North Carolina Tar Heels on Saturday evening at Bank of America Stadium.
The 2019 Gamecock football schedule is perhaps the toughest schedule in all of college football this season, with heavyweight opponents such as Clemson, Alabama and other SEC powerhouses.
This Saturday, the Gamecocks and Tar Heels are going head to head to prove who is the real Carolina.