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SEC football preview capsules for Saturday


When: 11 a.m.


Story lines: South Carolina has a five-game winning streak in the Palmetto State’s biggest annual sporting event. 434 more words

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Spurrier: "I think we've got a chance."

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COLUMBIA – During an unscheduled visit with reporters following the University of South Carolina’s Wednesday night practice Steve Spurrier had one message pertaining to his team’s Saturday in-state rivalry game against Clemson University. 923 more words

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USC defense prepares for all possibilities against Clemson

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COLUMBIA – University of South Carolina football coach Steve Spurrier wondered aloud if Clemson University freshman quarterback Deshaun Watson would run much if he’s named the starting quarterback against the Gamecocks. 518 more words

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USC focusing on this year only, not the streak

COLUMBIA – Steve Spurrier has had more success against Clemson University than any football coach in University of South Carolina history.

Although Spurrier enters Saturday’s game at Death Valley the owner of five consecutive wins against Dabo Swinney and the Tigers, his experience in the rivalry didn’t begin that way. 672 more words

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No. 1 South Carolina tops Wisconsin 67-44

FREEPORT, Bahamas (AP) – A’ja Wilson scored 11 points and Jatarie White added 10 and No. 1 South Carolina beat Wisconsin 67-44 on Thursday in the Junkanoo Jam. 92 more words

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Gamecocks take aim at NCAA Final Four

COLUMBIA – The University of South Carolina women’s soccer team spent Thanksgiving dinner together, but it wasn’t enough.

“We’re hungry for something more,” said All-SEC defender Taylor Leach. 542 more words

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South Carolina tops UNC-Asheville 89-75

South Carolina Gamecocks head coach Frank Martin directs his team against the North Carolina-Asheville Bulldogs in the first half at Colonial Life Arena.

COLUMBIA – South Carolina broke its two-game losing streak with an 89-75 win over UNC-Asheville in front of 8,330 at the Colonial Life Arena. 502 more words

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