4:03 AM EDT, Wed July 23, 2014
South Carolina Gamecocks Rumors & News
The State 7 hours ago
Jacksonville Jaguars receiver Ace Sanders said Tuesday he is facing a four-game suspension and won't be around for the majority of training camp.
Augusta Chronicle 8 hours ago
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Jacksonville Jaguars receiver Ace Sanders is taking a leave of absence from football and is also facing a four-game suspension without pay for violating the NFL’s substance abuse program. “I’ve decided to go seek help and get that attention,” the former South Carolina standout said. “I should be fine.” Sanders said, “I’ve made some mistakes that I could have handled a little differently.” He said he will likely be away from the Jaguars for the entire training camp but did not say if he would remain in Jacksonville. read more
Augusta Chronicle 10 hours ago
COLUMBIA — South Carolina basketball coach Frank Martin has beefed up the Gamecocks’ schedule, and now he hopes to improve the team’s attendance. Martin and his players are embarking on a weeklong series of events in the community to build goodwill and urge fans to purchase season tickets. The goal is to sell 8,000 – a total Martin says hasn’t been hit at the 18,000-seat Colonial Life Arena the past few seasons. read more
One college baseball publication believes South Carolina weathered this summer MLB draft just fine.
The State 14 hours ago
South Carolina head coach Steve Spurrier appeared with several other SEC coaches in Bristol, Conn., on Tuesday as part of the annual "car wash" experience through ESPN.
The State 18 hours ago
USC released its non-conference men's basketball schedule on Tuesday.
The State Jul 21, 2014
When Georgia State was looking for a new football coach in 2012, its representatives reached out to Lorenzo Ward. It made sense – for the Panthers.
The State Jul 20, 2014
A change in NCAA rules allowing on-field coaches to meet with players two hours per week hasnt changed life much for South Carolinas football players.
The State Jul 20, 2014
S.C. Pro-Am, Day 4…
There were days when South Carolina basketball was the hardest ticket in the state to obtain.
Answering questions with arms around each other, Dawn Staley and Ray Tanner didn’t dispute it.
Scott Wingo will return to the South Carolina dugout this year as the programs new student assistant coach.