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MLB must continue to fight steroid use in majors

We live in a golden age of steroid use in professional sports. No matter how many times you hear that the “steroid era” of the ‘90s and early 2000s is over, there is still widespread drug use across Major League Baseball.

Baseball looks to rebound from tough weekend series

An unblemished six-game homestand pushed the Gamecocks into a first-place tie atop the SEC East with No. 15 Florida last week. Three games and two losses later, No. 5 South Carolina finds itself in the same situation entering this week.

	Senior quarterback Dylan Thompson threw for 118 yards and completed five of his 10 passes in Saturday’s scrimmage.

South Carolina scrimmages Saturday

Saturday’s temperatures in the high 80s served as proof that spring is in full swing. But the boys of fall hit the field at Williams-Brice Stadium over the weekend for their last tune-up scrimmage before the annual Garnet and Black Spring Game.

	Seniors Tsvetan Mihov (pictured) and Chip Cox were the two seniors on the South Carolina roster that played their last home game on Sunday.

Men's tennis falls on senior day

The No. 40 South Carolina men’s tennis team split its home-stand this weekend, beating No. 50 Ole Miss by a score of 4-2 on Friday and falling to No. 16 Mississippi State 4-1 on Sunday.

Baseball rained out at Arkansas

With the threat of inclement weather moving into Fayetteville, Ark., No. 2 South Carolina’s series opener against the Razorbacks was pushed back to Friday.

Track travels to Pepsi Florida Relays

The South Carolina men’s and women’s track teams will compete in the Pepsi Florida Relays in Gainesville, Fla., this weekend; field events are scheduled for Friday before the track events begin on Saturday.

	Potential No. 1 overall pick Jadeveon Clowney addresses media members at South Carolina’s annual Pro Timing Day.

Football holds annual Pro Timing Day

Representatives from 30 of the NFL’s 32 teams, 125 credentialed media members and a number of South Carolina football fans gathered at Williams-Brice Stadium Wednesday to watch 10 Gamecocks perform on their home turf for one last time.