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Time to man up: Carolina 'D' expects challenge from physical Michigan rushing attack

The University of South Carolina defensive unit has been strong against the run throughout most of their 8-4 season. The Gamecocks have allowed an averaged of 146.7 yards a contest. When USC takes on Michigan in the Outback Bowl in Tampa, Fla., … more

No. 7 South Carolina managing UConn prep, Missouri fallout

COLUMBIA - South Carolina coach Dawn Staley has had to multi-task this week, dealing with serious concerns on and off the court. Staley and the Gamecocks have preparing to play No. 1 UConn while the coach dealt with comments by Missouri athletic … more

No. 8 South Carolina uses big run to knock off Gators 64-57

COLUMBIA (AP) - National Player of the Year candidate A'ja Wilson scored 22 points as eighth-ranked South Carolina survived a scare from Florida. Sitting on the bench for the first half of the second quarter as coach Dawn Staley elected to give … more

Mississippi State beats Gamecocks 72-68 in OT

STARKVILLE, Miss. - Lamar Peters had 19 points, including five in overtime, to lead Mississippi State past South Carolina 72-68 on Saturday. Tyson Carter and Quinndary Weatherspoon had 13 points apiece for Mississippi State (21-8, 9-7 SEC). Nick … more

USC's Staley has memorable trip home to Philadelphia

NEW YORK -Dawn Staley had a successful trip home to Philadelphia, while Geno Auriemma and Sylvia Hatchell joined the 1,000-win club this past week. Staley returned home on Thursday to face Temple, the school where she got her coaching start. The … more

Macon, Barford lead Arkansas past South Carolina, 81-65

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. - Daryl Macon and Jaylen Barford combined to score 49 points to help Arkansas end a two-game losing streak with an 81-65 win over South Carolina on Tuesday night. Macon led the way with 25 points for the Razorbacks (16-8, 5-6 … more

Wilson hurt in South Carolina's 71-63 win over Auburn

COLUMBIA - A'ja Wilson had 19 points and 11 rebounds before leaving with a right ankle injury with 16 seconds left in No. 9 South Carolina's 71-63 win over Auburn on Thursday night. Wilson was a force with her 12th double-double this season and, … more

Booker's 25 helps South Carolina past LSU 83-74

COLUMBIA (AP) - South Carolina coach Frank Martin needed talent after losing three of his best players from last year's Final Four team. He turned to two graduate transfers mostly riding the bench at leagues far away from the Southeastern … more

Martin sees no risk in adding Bowen

COLUMBIA - South Carolina coach Frank Martin doesn't see adding Brian Bowen Jr. as a risk, only as an opportunity to give the Louisville transfer a new chance to play in college. "I don't judge people for their successes or their mistakes, that's … more

Gamecocks shouldn't be playing in Albany regional

So not only does the University of South Carolina women's basketball team gets to make the long sojourn to Albany, New York, to play in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament regional with top-ranked and undefeated Connecticut, it now has to take on … more

Silva leads South Carolina to 71-60 win over Vanderbilt

COLUMBIA - Chris Silva scored a career-high 27 points and had eight rebounds and South Carolina beat Vanderbilt 71-60 on Saturday for its first Southeastern Conference win of the season. The Gamecocks (10-5, 1-2) entered with back-to-back losses … more

Muschamp makes Bryan McClendon permanent OC

COLUMBIA - South Carolina has promoted Bryan McClendon to offensive coordinator, filling one of the Gamecocks' biggest items on the offseason to-do list. Coach Will Muschamp announced the move on Friday, saying he talked with McClendon soon after … more

Target on their backs

COLUMBIA - South Carolina coach Dawn Staley is done talking about how her defending national champions get the "short end of the stick" when the NCAA tournament rolls around. But she isn't done with using it as a psychological ploy. "We will … more

Difference maker

COLUMBIA - Kentucky coach John Calipari thought his freshmen looked like freshmen for the first time all season. South Carolina's Chris Silva continued to look like a major force in the Southeastern Conference who led the Gamecocks' dramatic … more

No. 1 UConn too much for Gamecocks in 83-58 win

COLUMBIA - Kia Nurse scored 23 points and Katie Lou Samuelson added 20 as No. 1 UConn powered past defending national champ South Carolina 83-58 on Thursday night. The Huskies opened things up early to lead 53-24 at the half on their way to a … more

Hurst wants to help make final game a victory

After making the decision to declare for the National Football League draft, South Carolina tight end Hayden Hurst then made the decision that he would not skip the Gamecocks' contest against Michigan in the Outback Bowl on Jan. 1 to avoid the … more

Gamecocks fall 70-63 to No. 14 Texas Tech

COLUMBIA - As soon as Keenan Evans saw his go-ahead 3-pointer go through the net, the Texas Tech senior had a message for the Red Raiders. "OK, we're here," Evans told them. "Let's finish this game." Thanks to Evans, No. 14 Texas Tech did. … more

Lady Vols beat USC without Wilson again

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - Tennessee continues to show just how vulnerable South Carolina can be when the Gamecocks don't have star center A'ja Wilson in the lineup. Rennia Davis had 18 points, 10 … more

Fire Ants earn chance to compete in national championship in May

With just two teams in the National Junior College Athletic Association Region X, there was much on the line when the University of South Carolina Sumter took on Spartanburg Methodist College on Saturday in Spartanburg. While a region … more

Gamecocks open SEC play against No. 2 Florida

New University of South Carolina baseball head coach Mark Kingston gets his first taste of a Southeastern Conference series beginning today, and he couldn't have - or maybe could have - asked for a better series with which to start. The Gamecocks … more
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