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USC's Bobby Bentley speaks in Gaffney

GAFFNEY – Bobby Bentley got a chance to speak at his first Gamecock Club event and it happened on what used to be enemy territory. 535 more words

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In my Element

Yesterday, was a great day for me. I found out that the competition was stiff for each intern spot. Glad I got one. I love what I am going to be doing this summer. 133 more words


DB Tim Irvin leaving Auburn football program

AUBURN — Following one season at Auburn, defensive back Tim Irvin has confirmed he’ll transfer.

“I want to thank Auburn University for the time I was here and I appreciate the coaches and the fans,” Irvin wrote in a message sent out Tuesday evening on Twitter. 352 more words

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Vissi d’arte, vissi d’amore

“Vissi d’arte, vissi d’amore,
non feci mai male ad anima viva!”

I lived for my art, I lived for love,
I never did harm to a living soul! 119 more words


USC Women's Golf NCAA run ends

COLUMBIA – South Carolina’s journey toward a women’s golf national championship ended Tuesday when it dropped a 3-2 decision to Stanford in the match play quarterfinals. 395 more words

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Holbrook happy with USC's improvement

COLUMBIA – After South Carolina failed to make the NCAA Tournament for the first time in 16 seasons in 2015, Gamecock baseball coach Chad Holbrook vowed to do everything possible to lift the program back to the heights reached under former coach Ray Tanner. 532 more words

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