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Liberals find themselves in quite the predicament...

Yesterday, 06:24 PM

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2014 season recap..

31 August 2015 - 08:28 AM

It seems a lot more strange now looking back on it as a whole....

The 2015 football season has officially arrived now that game week is here, and that means South Carolina fans can finally start throwing dirt on the 2014 season and bury one of the most confounding four months in the program’s history.

But before we etch out the granite on last season, a few words because we won’t see one like it again. (Hallelujah, right?) The fact that South Carolina lost three games in which it led by at least 13 points in the final 8:06 of regulation is mathematically improbable enough, (That’s a combined 41 points of blown lead in 21 minutes of action) but 2014 featured so much more than that.

Remember Kenny Hill’s Heisman Trophy run? It lasted for three hours on the evening of Aug. 28, 2014 in Williams-Brice Stadium. The Texas A&M quarterback was 44-for-60 (44-for-60!) in a 52-28 Aggies win that snapped an 18-game home winning streak for South Carolina. He almost trademarked Kenny Trill just based on that one night’s action, and then he went on to lose his starting job and transfer to TCU.

Remember the Gamecocks stuffing Todd Gurley at the goal line to salvage a 38-35 win over Georgia the next week? Yeah, nobody does because Mike Bobo called a play-action pass that started a Keystone Kops series that saw the Bulldogs blow a late-game opportunity.

That was just the first two weeks of the season. Vanderbilt ran two kickoffs back for touchdowns; Auburn and South Carolina combined for 1,086 yards on a beautiful night on The Plains; the Gamecocks blocked two kicks in the final 3:40 to come back and beat Florida 23-20 in overtime, because, “Why not at that point, right?” (That was also because Will Muschamp’s head coaching career clearly was cursed.)

What would you even write on the tombstone of a season like that? Good riddance?

South Carolina fans probably don’t care how it’s memorialized as long as they get to bury it once and for all, which they do because the new year is just beyond the horizon.

Read more here: http://www.thestate....l#storylink=cpy

Gamecocks will honor Charleston shooting victims this season

30 August 2015 - 06:54 PM


COLUMBIA, S.C. -- South Carolina football players will wear stickers on their helmets this season to honor the nine people who died in a shooting at Emanuel AME Church in Charleston this past June.

The team will have a decal with a Palmetto Tree with nine doves around it for the nine black victims at the church June 17. Dylann Roof has been charged with murder in the shootings.

"The tragedy that happened in Charleston doesn't just affect people in Charleston; it affects the entire state. We feel very much a part of that at the university," athletic director Ray Tanner said in a statement. "Coach Steve Spurrier and University President Harris Pastides felt very strongly that the 'Emanuel 9' should be recognized."

Spurrier said Sunday that the players felt it was appropriate to honor those killed in the tragedy "so it will be on our helmets this year, in honored memory of those folks."

In the university's statement, Tanner said Spurrier "was very engaged in this process."

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bold predictions week 1 thread

28 August 2015 - 04:19 AM

- SC over UNC by more than a TD

- Louisville over Auburn

- Texas over Notre Dame

Time to ban the flag

28 August 2015 - 03:37 AM

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But seriously, I do wonder how much different the coverage would be if a white man killed two black people on live TV because of what he perceived as racial problems in the workplace...