Former South Carolina outfielder Jake Williams is working on a documentary about the Gamecocks' back-to-back College World Series championship teams.
On a dramatic day that will change college football for the 2020 season and beyond, two of the sport's Power Five conferences – the Big Ten and the Pac-12 – opted not to play this fall.
South Carolina has added another weapon for the offensive side with a commitment from running back Antario Brown of Savannah.
Despite a #WeWantToPlay movement spearheaded by Clemson players over the weekend, the 2020 college football season seemed to be teetering on the brink of cancellation on Monday.
USC offensive coordinator Mike Bobo is accused of making racially insensitive remarks during his time at Colorado State, but former Rams players and staffers are strongly denying it.
Gene Sapakoff column: While Major League Baseball has postponed games when just a few players test positive for the coronavirus, South Carolina football coach Will Muschamp says his Gamecocks could play a game with as many as 30 COVID cases.
South Carolina offensive linemen Mark Fox and Jordan Rhodes are opting out of the upcoming season. Fox redshirted as a true freshman last year but Rhodes started 10 games at left guard.
Gene Sapakoff: The South Carolina-Clemson football rivalry will come to an end in 2020 after 111 consecutive seasons. Tentatively. Probably. Maybe. Or not. Here are some ways the Gamecocks and Tigers might clash before New Year's Eve.
South Carolina received a commitment from wide receiver Jalen Brooks of Harrisburg, N.C., and Clemson added defensive tackle Payton Page of Greensboro, N.C., to its recruiting class.
Former Clemson and South Carolina stars were voted onto the NFL's top 100 players list heading into the 2020 season.
A.J. Lawson’s return bolsters a savvy and talented guard crew and returns the Gamecocks’ leading scorer to a team that should have a great chance of making the NCAA Tournament.
Clemson and South Carolina are in the mix for a couple of major football prospects expected to make their commitments this week.
Gene Sapakoff column: Coastal Carolina was looking forward to a breakthrough football season with a big-money opener at South Carolina and a rare home game against a Power Five opponent, but what happens if none of that happens?
With future games and seasons in limbo due to coronavirus, examining what could have and would have happened if USC beat Navy in 1984.
The next phase of preseason football practice begins on Friday amidst a wave of uncertainty due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Trading card company Panini might have some explaining to do after a major flub with former South Carolina star Javon Kinlaw's NFL rookie card.
Gene Sapakoff column: As more NFL players express COVID-19 concerns, college football players should be encouraged by coaches to speak out on safety issues involved with staging a 2020 season.
Gene Sapakoff column: The craziest baseball season ever starts July 23 and while "fanless" scenes might look like a retro-Charleston RiverDogs' Nobody Night promotion, there's plenty of excitement inside (and just outside) the MLB bubble.
Will Muschamp has had success on the recruiting trail, but is fighting an uphill battle against several of South Carolina's opponents.
Dawn Staley, head coach of South Carolina’s elite women’s basketball team, publicly apologized to USC Senior Associate Athletic Director Maria Hickman on Sunday in reaction to a Post and Courier retweet of a Post and Courier column mentioning Staley’s opposition to Hickman’s job qualifications
Gene Sapakoff column: South Carolina women's basketball coach Dawn Staley this summer has taken more of an activist role, but a recent social media clash with former governor Nikki Haley and criticism of USC's athletic department diversity shows progress is a major challenge.
Members of the Lexington County Blowfish summer team are enjoying being back on the field, despite the precautions that may be a fixture of their sport in the future.
South Carolina is closing in on completing its men's and women's non-conference basketball schedules, at least as much as it can during the pandemic.
Twice now I’ve tried to predict what would happen with fall sports and COVID-19. I like the phrase Stewart Mandel, editor-in-chief of college football coverage for The Athletic, used to describe the pandemic: “The days are monotonous, but the weeks are like whiplash.”
Gene Sapakoff column: COVID-19 spikes and liability concerns make a 2020 fall college football season less likely; a 2021 spring plan isn't perfect but looks better with a short season and an eight-team playoff
The University of South Carolina, called out by a South Carolina Press Association attorney on Tuesday for failing to respond to The Post and Courier's Freedom of Information Act query about Title IX and sex assault violation information filed in March, responded Wednesday. There were no relevant cases, a USC spokesperson said.
The University of South Carolina has ignored a routine Freedom of Information Act request from The Post and Courier asking for details if any student-athletes were recently arrested or convicted of a sexual assault, sexual misconduct or a Title IX violation. An S.C. Press Association attorney wonders if the university is trying to hide something.
Phil Kornblut recruiting column: South Carolina Gamecocks pick up a four-star commitment from George Wilson, a defensive end from Virginia Beach
Gene Sapakoff column: 2020 college football season decisions mean dominoes falling that will impact all college sports at all levels.
Recruiting during the coronavirus pandemic has brought a unique set of challenges for all colleges, but South Carolina head football coach Will Muschamp has seen a big boost for the Gamecocks in the past month.
King Dixon, who died Monday at the age of 83, was a legendary football player and a polarizing athletics director for the South Carolina Gamecocks.
There were plenty of recruiting fireworks for the South Carolina football program in the days leading up to the Fourth of July holiday.
Ten years later, a brother remembers the bond created with USC pitcher Jay Brown at the 2010 College World Series.
The only thing certain about the next college football season is that it won't be anything like the last one.
Former South Carolina softball All-American Tina Plew Whitlock is on track to be a coach in the St. Louis Cardinals organization.
South Carolina may not have to wait much longer to find out where linebacker Jordan Poole of Oakboro, N.C., plans to play college football.
Michael Roth went from a situational relief pitcher to emergency starter to College World Series hero in the 2010 season.
This weekend marks the 10th anniversary of South Carolina's first College World Series championship in 2010. This is the second in a three-part series that looks back at the season and the team.
This weekend marks the 10th anniversary of South Carolina's first College World Series championship in 2010. This is the first in a three-part series that looks back at the season and the team.