Gene Sapakoff column: No. 15 Auburn and quarterback Bo Nix found out Saturday what happens when you try and pick on South Carolina's 'elite' cornerback Jaycee Horn
Gene Sapakoff: Clock mismanagement in a two-touchdown loss to a No. 3-ranked team isn't as important for the South Carolina Gamecocks as moving forward with a new approach.
Gene Sapakoff column: The Gamecocks are 0-2 to start one of the toughest South Carolina football schedules ever. But maybe the secondary made significant progress within its toughest test of the season.
USC fans are still feeling the pain of watching their team let another winnable game slip away. Here are four keys for the Gamecocks to avoid a repeat.
Gene Sapakoff column: With South Carolina set to play at Florida this week, West Ashley High School graduate Garrett Chisolm looks back at the Gamecocks' 2010 trip to Gainesville, in which he helped celebrate the program's only SEC East title during a season marred by personal tragedy.
Gene Sapakoff column: South Carolina's place in the SEC East has largely been determined by its competitive relationship with Tennessee, and so it goes after Saturday night's SEC opener for both teams
Isle of Palms resident Bill Horton was instrumental in financing the giant Gamecock statue at Williams-Brice Stadium.
Gene Sapakoff column: Finally, it's here, SEC football kickoffs, and 14 teams have reasons to believe something good can come from a long wait and a coronavirus-shortened season.
South Carolina linebacker Ernest Jones missed much of the preseason after appendix surgery but is healthy for Saturday's season-opener against Tennessee.
Gene Sapakoff column: Transfer quarterback Collin Hill is the right pick to start the season for the Gamecocks but he's dealing with an iffy cast of receivers after leaving Colorado State.
Three former South Carolina football players chime in on the direction the program is taking under Will Muschamp.
University of South Carolina president Bob Caslen said the budget outlook is more serious than any the college has faced since the Great Recession.
Gene Sapakoff column: Late roster changes, mysterious injury reports and a lack of uniform COVID-19 reporting policies are just some of the things that make wagering on college football in 2020 a great way to lose money.
Gene Sapakoff column: Is Will Muschamp on the hot seat? Is South Carolina's head coach in trouble if the Gamecocks go 2-8? Not necessarily and only maybe.
South Carolina baseball star Trey Dyson always came through as a player. He has no doubt he'll succeed in his new adventure as a coach at North Greenville.
Player testing three times a week, few (if any) fans in the stadium and a redshirt year for everyone are just a few of the odd aspects of 2020 college football, a season unlike any other.
Gene Sapakoff column: Clemson and South Carolina coaches agree that college football during the coronavirus pandemic means roster depth likely will be tapped as never before