The Palmetto Bowl returns to Columbia as the Gamecocks close out the season against the No. 3 Clemson Tigers.
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South Carolina football closes out its season Saturday with the annual rivalry clash against Clemson. Despite this season’s woes, Gamecock athletics have put up a strong fight against the Tigers across the big three sports in the long history of the rivalry.
In the midst of fan backlash and swirling rumors following last week’s loss against Appalachian State, this weekend’s game against Texas A&M could be crucial in deciding the future of the football program. Here’s what’s important for the upcoming contest:
Gamecock fans can look forward to the return of at least five formerly injured players including Rico Dowdle and Shi Smith as the team takes on Appalachain State at Williams-Brice Saturday.
The NCAA announced Tuesday that its board of governors voted unanimously to allow student athletes to be compensated for "the use of their name, image and likeness in a manner consistent with the collegiate model."
The Gamecocks return home this weekend for a homecoming matchup under the lights against the Vanderbilt Commodores. After difficult losses the past two weeks, head coach Will Muschamp said he hopes South Carolina will recover.
After a tough loss to Florida last weekend, South Carolina hopes to bounce back and continue its recent success against Tennessee this Saturday.
The South Carolina football team will travel to Knoxville, Tennessee to take on the Volunteers at Neyland Stadium on Saturday.
The Gamecocks take on the Florida Gators this weekend following a major upset win at Georgia last Saturday. South Carolina hopes to capitalize on the momentum from a big victory and the energy that comes with playing at home.
After a rocky start to the season, the South Carolina football team has a lot to work on during the upcoming bye week if the Gamecocks want to turn their season around.
The Gamecocks fell to the Crimson Tide 47-23 on Saturday at Williams-Brice Stadium in their SEC season opener.
The South Carolina volleyball team spent the weekend in Orlando, Florida for the UCF challenge. After losing the first game against UCF 0-3 on Friday, the Gamecocks came back to beat Kansas 3-1 on Saturday and Albany 3-0 on Sunday.
The No. 8 South Carolina women’s soccer team defeated Jacksonville University 6-0 Wednesday night.
Faculty, students and families gathered on the Horseshoe Thursday afternoon for Awards Day, where a variety of students from each college were recognized for academic achievements, community service and leadership within the Carolina community.
Freshman catcher Jordan Fabian is settling in during her first season at South Carolina softball after graduating high school early to come play for the Gamecocks.
The South Carolina softball team shut out UNC Charlotte (11-23) Wednesday night, marking their 20th consecutive win in out-of-conference play.
On a clothesline strung between a tree and a light post on Davis Field hang T-shirts in a variety of colors. On each is a message referencing an aspect of sexual assault.
Twenty-five people at USC were celebrated Tuesday for making a difference.
Several democratic candidates visited Columbia to speak on their policies after kicking off their 2020 presidential campaigns.
Students gathered in Harper College on Wednesday evening to hear Michael Filaseta, a mathematics professor, speak as part of the Last Lecture Series.