Why Clemson and South Carolina will meet or exceed 2019 expectations, and other Palmetto State college football predictions.
South Carolina's Zacch Pickens begins his freshman year as the highest-rated recruit of the Will Muschamp era.
South Carolina senior Kiel Pollard announced Friday that doctors told him it is not safe for him to continue playing football.
Conway defensive lineman Tonka Hemingway and tight end Eric Shaw, who is from Notasulga, Ala., verbally committed to South Carolina on Thursday.
Tavien Feaster knew what transferring to an in-state rival would mean. He also knew it was his best shot at reaching his ultimate goal.
Alabama coach Nick Saban wants major college teams to schedule 10 games per season versus Power 5 opponents, an ahead-of-the-curve idea that calls for Clemson and South Carolina to adjust
South Carolina's A.J. Turner is one of the Gamecocks' most valuable players because of his ability and willingness to play running back, defensive back and kick returner.
South Carolina will decide on a definite backup quarterback this month, although the winner will still play behind Jake Bentley.
The Gamecocks' most explosive playmaker is gone, and if USC can truly replace him, it will have to be a group effort.
Defensive back Jamyest Williams has struggled with injuries in his two years at South Carolina, keeping him from fulfilling his immense promise.
South Carolina will find out Friday if highly recruited running back Tank Bigsby of Hoganville, Ga., is going to join the Gamecocks football team.
Gene Sapakoff column: Will Muschamp, with his best South Carolina football team and coming off his best offseason, must cash in despite the nation's toughest schedule.
Tavien Feaster represents the best chance South Carolina has had under Will Muschamp to produce a legitimate rushing offense.
Ajou Ajou of Canada is a relative newcomer on the recruiting scene. But his stock will go up after his commitment to the Tigers on Saturday following a two-day visit.
Gene Sapakoff column: Robert Caslen, the new University of South Carolina president, should know that his promise of ice cream sundaes for victories over Clemson won't be incentive enough to pull off an upset over a Dabo Swinney-led powerhouse that has won five straight against the Gamecocks.
Freshman Aliyah Boston is already drawing comparisons to some of the greats of South Carolina history, and she's OK with that.
Seventh Woods made his decision to come to South Carolina four years after he originally could have. Yet all that matters is he's here now.
Phil Kornblut recruiting column: PJ Hall, the state’s top basketball prospect in the 2020 class, includes Clemson among his final five choices and will pick one prior to the start of his season at Dorman High School.
Gene Sapakoff column: The hypocrisy on display at college football media events this week was not limited to name, image and likeness chatter. It also included talk about the impact of sports gambling on the mental health of athletes and support for a third full-time assistant baseball coach.
South Carolina Gamecock legend Connor Shaw spoke about his staying close to the sport and expectations for Carolina Saturday at his youth camp in Charleston.
Former South Carolina pitcher Taylor Widener was mentioned as a possible minor league trade target ahead of the MLB trade deadline.
Kentucky won 10 games for the first time in over 40 years last season. Can the Wildcats do it again? Can South Carolina snap its losing streak against the Wildcats?
Gene Sapakoff column: Jake Bentley has made gradual progress each season as South Carolina's starting quarterback. Will more of the same be enough in 2019?
The SEC Media Days return to Hoover, Ala., for the annual Monday-Thursday gab fest after a one-year stay in Atlanta, but the same question applies to the elephant logo in the room.
South Carolina's younger defensive linemen gained valuable experience last year while filling in for their injured teammates.
South Carolina men's basketball coach Frank Martin will have a different type of team in his eighth season with the Gamecocks.
South Carolina women's basketball coach Dawn Staley won't have the luxury of being able to slowly work her recruiting class into games this year.
A new survey conducted by the National Athletic Trainers’ Association’s (NATA) Intercollegiate Council for Sports Medicine found that college team athletic trainers and physicians often lack autonomy in making medical decisions about the athletes.
The South Carolina Gamecocks' top 10 wide receivers, starting with a Sterling Sharpe vs. Alshon Jeffery debate and ending with tough cuts