- 2 SC co-workers rue the day they cheated a COVID loan program
- Passenger killed when two motorcycles collide in Horry County
- Long-time Myrtle Beach restaurant listed for sale; specialized dentistry practice opens
- Page's Okra Grill owners buy Charleston restaurant building for nearly $1M
- Lake Keowee attacker killed by boat rescuer had BAC triple legal limit
- Editorial: Governments must get creative to address stubbornly high turnover, vacancies
- The estate where Maggie and Paul Murdaugh died is under contract. Is that creepy?
- How one Upstate high school grew its graduation rate with check-ins and ‘power lunches’
- California-based burger chain to open second SC spot in Greer
- Order fish and chips ‘the Queen’s way’ at The Fish & Chippy, now open in Mount Pleasant
- Photos: The Fish & Chippy Now Open in Mount Pleasant
- Downtown Aiken Oktoberfest
- 2022 Mustang Classic Marching Band Competition
- Photos: Oceanside shuts down Sumter under Friday night lights for football
- Ironman 2022 Photo Gallery
- 2022 Charleston's Choice Awards Party
- Reader Photos: Autumn
- Pirate Day at HCA 2022
- Prep Volleyball: South Aiken at Aiken
- Overflow Foundation: Music and Mocktails
Fans are fans and social media is social media. Yet the consternation over USC’s offense and specifically, coordinator Marcus Satterfield, can be deafening.
Shane Beamer confronted a moment that occurred during Saturday's football loss to Georgia head-on during his Sunday teleconference.
Gene Sapakoff column: South Carolina football has gradually improved since Will Muschamp was fired, and Muschamp's Georgia success likely will lead to another head coaching job.
He's back: Will Muschamp returns to Williams-Brice Stadium on Saturday for the first time since he was fired as the Gamecocks' head coach.
Gene Sapakoff column: The 1972 U.S. Olympic basketball team vs. the Soviet Union still means no gold medal and plenty of pain for former South Carolina basketball star Kevin Joyce and teammates
Transfer tight end Austin Stogner was considered a coup due to his pass-catching skills, and South Carolina also got a player who loves to block.
South Carolina's offensive line didn't try to set up a sustained run game last week, as per the game plan. But the day will come when it wants to, and needs to.
Gene Sapakoff column: Dawn Staley standing firm on her decision to cancel a basketball series against BYU in response to a Duke volleyball player's version of an alleged incident in Provo might have widespread positive impact
Josh Vann, the Gamecocks' leading receiver last year who turned down the NFL for another collegiate season, has one catch in two games.
Gene Sapakoff: Kirby Smart's Georgia Bulldogs adjusts their emphasis to personnel, which is what Shane Beamer and Co. are trying to do at South Carolina
South Carolina offensive coordinator Marcus Satterfield and new quarterback Spencer Rattler are in the spotlight as fans want to see how Satterfield will run an offense loaded with weapons, and how the highly touted Rattler will perform in his first season with the Gamecocks.
Gene Sapakoff column: Shane Beamer and Spencer Rattler have helped South Carolina football make strides since 2021, but it wasn't enough at No. 16 Arkansas
Dawn Staley released a statement Friday in the wake of an alleged racially charged incident that prompted her to cancel a future basketball game.
Gene Sapakoff column: A stunning 13 of the top 19 college football programs in the class of 2023 recruiting rankings are run by head coaches on the job three seasons or less.
Freshman safety Nick Emmanwori got his opportunity to play last week, and had a strong debut. His role will increase going forward.
South Carolina got a lift from its special teams in a win over Georgia State, and it was helped by two alums of Columbia's Spring Valley High School.
South Carolina's offense, particularly the offensive line, struggled against Georgia State. Was it first-game problems and nothing else, or have last season's issues been resurrected?
The South Carolina women's basketball team was supposed to open its national title defense against BYU, but will instead seek a new opponent after a recent incident.
From elite quarterbacks to empty seats and hot seats, football 2022 is here for Clemson, South Carolina, The Citadel, CSU, CCU and S.C. State.
The Gamecocks' quarterback depth chart last year may have been college football's most scrutinized document outside of a league expansion offer. What's on it for this year?
Does more talent mean more wins? South Carolina carries a better all-around team into 2022 after a surprising winning season in 2021, but the schedule is as brutal as always.