After a battle throughout the summer, the Gamecocks finally have an answer for the backup quarterback position.
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South Carolina announced on Wednesday the football team’s schedule for the 2020 football season.
In 2018, the South Carolina volleyball program made school history.
With the football season set to begin in just over a month, the Gamecocks added to their roster.
Football players, by virtue of their position, are in a unique place. They are constantly in the spotlight during, after and before the season. On Friday, some of the South Carolina football players were able to use their position to read to Columbia area children.
Following SEC Media Days in Hoover, Alabama, members of the media project the division standings for both divisions of the SEC every year.
Getting ready for his fourth season in the garnet and black, head football coach Will Muschamp discussed the upcoming season at the SEC Media Days in Birmingham, Alabama on Wednesday.
Head football coach Will Muschamp is set to talk to the media at 4 p.m. on Wednesday at SEC Media Days in Birmingham, Alabama. This media event, which lasts four days, is considered by many to be the unofficial start of the college football season. SEC coaches and players meet with members of the media to answer questions about the upcoming season.
Despite the SEC announcing earlier this summer that schools are now permitted to sell alcohol at athletic events, South Carolina athletic director Ray Tanner has announced that there will be no changes at Williams-Brice Stadium in 2019.
SEC Media Days, set to begin on July 15, signals that the college football season is almost here. While there are press conferences, meetings and practices to be had over the next two months, this media event in Birmingham, Alabama is the unofficial start of the college football preseason.
Not long ago the Gamecocks were at the top of the college baseball world. They won back-to-back College World Series titles in 2010 and 2011, and were one game away from a three-peat in 2012. Before that, they were a postseason staple in college baseball, consistently hosting regional and super regional games at Founders Park.
Just two years ago, the South Carolina men's basketball team made history. In 2017, the Gamecocks went to the Final Four — the highlight of the men's basketball program. However, the Gamecocks have not played a postseason basketball game since April 1, 2017 where they lost to Gonzaga, much to the frustration of the Gamecock fan base.
It is no secret that South Carolina football is a top priority for Gamecock students and fans, regardless of the team's record. With a 7-6 final record and a 28-0 Belk Bowl loss in 2018, the Gamecocks failed to meet preseason expectations after a 9-4 season in 2017.
In years past, alcohol was difficult to find inside both South Carolina's stadium and SEC sporting events.
Another former South Carolina football player will be taking his talents to the professional ranks.
The Garnet and Black Spring Game, like most spring games, is a glorified scrimmage. It gives younger players a chance to gain reps in an environment that is the closest thing to game day until the first week of the season.
South Carolina women's basketball reached the Sweet 16 for its sixth-straight year, but for the first time since 2016, were eliminated from the NCAA tournament in the regional semifinals.
When fans visit the concession stands at Williams-Brice Stadium, Colonial Life Arena or Founders Park, they will mostly see the standard American fare that one could find at any arena or stadium in the country.
South Carolina (16-16, 11-7 SEC) did not receive a bid to the National Invitational Tournament (NIT), ending the 2018-19 men’s basketball season.