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Skip Holtz returns to South Carolina with Louisiana Tech

Louisiana Tech’s Skip Holtz finally gets to coach a game at South Carolina. Some thought the opportunity for the one-time Gamecocks offensive coordinator might come much earlier than this. 636 more words

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Allisha Gray Named WNBA Rookie Of The Year

Allisha Gray of the Dallas Wings has been named WNBA Rookie of the Year. 239 more words


Staley ready to put aside title celebrations, get to work

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — Dawn Staley spent the summer on a wild, national championship ride she almost wishes didn’t have to end.

South Carolina’s women’s basketball coach toured facilities in Tokyo where she hopes in three years to lead the United States to another gold medal, she threw out first pitches at baseball and softball games and rode around Darlington Raceway in a pace car. 737 more words

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Kentucky's once-porous defense is now stingy against the run

LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) — Kentucky’s defense is leaving opponents little room to run.

The Wildcats certainly had room for improvement after last year’s porous start in which they allowed over 200 yards rushing and 500-plus overall in their first three games. 562 more words

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Skip Holtz says South Carolina reneged on deal to make him head coach of Gamecocks

Skip Holtz said Thursday that an agreement was in place for him to replace his father, Lou Holtz, as the University of South Carolina head football coach, but that a decision was made by USC to go in a different direction. 476 more words

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South Carolina looks to replace injured WR Deebo Samuel

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — South Carolina tailback Rico Dowdle could feel the difference immediately without Deebo Samuel at practice Tuesday.

Samuel had surgery Sunday after breaking a bone in his left leg in South Carolina’s 23-13 loss to Kentucky on Saturday night. 733 more words

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Former Gamecock Allisha Gray named WNBA Rookie of the Year

After helping lead the University of South Carolina women’s basketball team to the 2017 NCAA national championship, guard Allisha Gray propelled her Dallas Wings into the playoffs and capped her season with WNBA Rookie of the Year honors, the league office has announced. 361 more words

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