According to a report from Sports Illustrated’s Thayer Evans, South Carolina football coach Steve Spurrier is retiring:
Notre Dame has booked its ticket to the championship game thanks to a clutch rebound and jumper from Madison Cable.
(Replacing subtle racism with overt homophobia is not progress, South Carolina!)
(That's Tillman Hall, on the campus of Clemson University, which is not the University of South Carolina and is not in Columbia.)
The Georgia secondary has been pretty accommodating to South Carolina in the first half. Even on this play, when Quincy Mauger puts the screws to Nick Jones, he did so in a way that allowed the catch.
Football is back. You can tell because Kevin Sumlin is wrecking shit.
Every year, right around this time, I cobble together a Hater's Guide to the Top 25 teams in college football. And it contains pretty much everything you would expect in any boilerplate piece of college football trolling: Notre Dame is full of haughty dipshits; Alabama fans are crazy redneck mutants; Florida State…
The latest example of unnecessary self-flagellation for the NCAA's satisfaction comes from South Carolina. The Gamecocks reported 22 minor violations of NCAA rules, and the dumbest by far involves the football team and cookie cakes.
Frank Martin, the scariest college basketball coach in the world, has been suspended for one game by the University of South Carolina after being caught cursing out one of his own players during Tuesday's game against Florida.
"Steve who? Spurrier? Nope, no idea who that is. Sorry, I'm Barry Alvarez. Clearly not the guy you are looking for."
Each week during college football season we put the conventional polls to shame by ranking every FBS team from 1-125, by whatever standard we see fit. As always, last week's rankings were not consulted.
South Carolina's all-world DE Jadeveon Clowney didn't play this weekend with a muscle strain, or maybe bruised ribs, and also some bone spurs in his foot. He's not been particularly clear on the ailment, or the state of his recovery, and the Gamecocks were surprised and confused that Clowney himself made the call to…
Like most Division I head football coaches, Steve Spurrier is contractually obligated to appear on an eponymous television program every week following one of his team's games. This week's program—a recap of the Gamecocks' narrow win over UCF in Orlando Saturday—is very quickly being erased from existence. We want to…
So here's some bullshit: According to a report by Jim Romenesko, South Carolina Gamecocks head football coach Steve Spurrier has the power to bully a newspaper into silencing any reporter that he doesn't like.