South Carolina women’s basketball head coach Dawn Staley settled her lawsuit against Missouri athletic director Jim Sterk on Thursday. The decision comes four months after Sterk went on a radio show and accused the Gamecocks coach of promoting a hostile fan atmosphere—back in January, when the two teams played at…
First reported by WISTV’s Caroline Hecker, South Carolina women’s basketball coach Dawn Staley filed a defamation of character lawsuit against Missouri athletic director Jim Sterk on Thursday.
The South Carolina and Missouri women’s basketball teams have played and split two heated games this month, and in each match-up, fans from both sides have been accused of increasingly shitty and racist behavior. In the first game, a Missouri fan reportedly called USC players “thugs.” In this past Sunday’s game,…
Former Louisville commit Brian Bowen, whose alleged bribery-aided recruitment was at the center of the FBI investigation that cost Rick Pitino his job, has been admitted to South Carolina, where he’ll try to play if the NCAA decides to reinstate him.
The South Carolina women’s basketball team, last season’s champions, have declined an invitation to visit the White House tomorrow due to what coach Dawn Staley described as a scheduling conflict and a desire to focus on their current play:
Tennessee and South Carolina played an ugly, low-wattage football game today, combining for one touchdown, six field goals, and a botched extra point, in a contest that didn’t even have the decency to include a couple goddamn turnovers. The Gamecocks came out on top after scoring 12 unanswered second-half points, and…
In South Carolina coach Frank Martin’s postgame press conference last night, preteen Sports Illustrated Kids reporter Max Bonnstetter asked an interesting and well-formulated question—one that, somehow, upset a handful of “adult” journalists:
Despite what ESPN and the like would have you think, there are no Cinderellas left in this year’s NCAA tournament—the real Cinderellas were offed by programs designed to chew up teams with limited talent and depth.
Duke was unable to handle the Gamecocks as South Carolina eliminated the second-seeded Blue Devils, 88-81.
According to South Carolina players, rivalry week allegedly took an ugly, racist turn on Saturday; Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney believes otherwise.
South Carolina’s losing to Georgia, and head coach Will Muschamp has blood on his face. It appears to be his.
The Texas A&M Aggies face the South Carolina Gamecocks on the road this weekend, but the psychological battle between fanbases has already been won. Aggies blog TexAgs published a video this afternoon that I can only describe as culinarily harrowing. As you can see above, they deep fried a Gamecocks helmet. Put batter…
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.