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Rick Cleveland: Your guide to Mississippi's big football Saturday

So, you ask, when is the last time two Mississippi teams were undefeated and ranked as highly as Ole Miss and Mississippi State are this far into the season? 635 more words

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Five Things We Learned: USC-Missouri

The following feature was originally published on GamecockCentral.com.

South Carolina blew a 13-point fourth-quarter lead and inexplicably lost to Missouri, 21-20, Saturday night at sold out Williams-Brice Stadium, falling to 3-2 on the season. 1,238 more words

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Thompson, Cooper practice Wednesday

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COLUMBIA – University of South Carolina quarterback Dylan Thompson practiced for the second straight day and appears on pace to start for the Gamecocks, Saturday, in their Southeastern Conference road game against the University of Kentucky. 278 more words

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Gamecocks Nick Jones has eyes set on Kentucky

The University of South Carolina’s wide receivers have been inconsistent during the 2014 season — with one exception.

Nick Jones, a fifth-year senior, has not only proven to be the leader of the unit, but has played well in each of the Gamecocks five games. 435 more words

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Spurrier: Thompson practice on Tuesday, Cooper did not

COLUMBIA – University of South Carolina football coach Steve Spurrier said quarterback Dylan Thompson practiced, Tuesday night and is expected to play in the Gamecocks Southeastern Conference road game against Kentucky, Saturday night. 87 more words

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Stoops on Spurrier: "He calls it the way it is"

COLUMBIA – University of Kentucky coach Mark Stoops knows University of South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier well.

Because of that, he understands the motivation behind many of the things The Head Ball Coach says that seem to drive many crazy. 251 more words

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Rand Paul: Obama 'Going To Do Whatever The Hell He Wants' Because Democracy Is Too Messy For Him

COLUMBIA, S.C. (CBS Charlotte/AP) — Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul is working to improve the Republican Party’s image among young voters as he visits South Carolina, a key state in the presidential primary calendar. 834 more words

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