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
Phil Kornblut recruiting column: The football recruiting period dead period, which commenced last Monday, brought a little peace and quiet to all involved. But there will be some news this week for South Carolina Gamecock fans.
Gene Sapakoff column: More protective netting is necessary as pitch speed, bat exit velocity and fan distractions increase, and that's not all; pitchers need mandatory extra protection from high school to the majors before someone gets killed.
The Yankees and Red Sox will face off in a shortened, two-game series in London this weekend, making it the first time ever Major League Baseball has been played in Europe.
Olivia Thompson may not be as talked about as her high-ranking freshman teammates, but she's as vital to the Gamecocks as any of them.
The NBA Draft selected four players that played high-school ball in South Carolina. None of them played college ball for the biggest university in the state.
Looking for the next Hayden Hurst, South Carolina on Saturday received a commitment from a tight end with a lot of promise.
South Carolina equipment manager Mac Credille has retired after 43 years with the Gamecocks, but the stories live on.
South Carolina coach Frank Martin expects the NCAA to be "extremely aggressive" in its approach to the recent FBI probe into college basketball corruption.
South Carolina basketball coach Frank Martin wants Seventh Woods to spend a season away from the "microscope" before he takes the court for the Gamecocks, and other tidbits from Martin's news conference on Wednesday.
Quarterback Raheim Jeter has yet to play his first varsity game, yet major colleges already have taken notice of his potential and several have made scholarship offers. Count South Carolina among them.
South Carolina landed a huge commitment from Hammond School this weekend. Is a bigger one from the same place on tap?
Gene Sapakoff column: Crisis time for college football attendance requires some "Back to the Future" solutions
Longtime track and field coach Curtis Frye credits his two newest national champions to South Carolina's improved track facilities.
Now that the college basketball trials are nearly over, will the NCAA start investigating the schools such as South Carolina and Clemson that were mentioned during them?
Gene Sapakoff column: The SEC just lifted its ban on beer sales at athletic events and here is how the University of South Carolina, with its unusual trio of off-campus facilities, should move forward.
The Charleston RiverDogs have six players who were selected to the South Atlantic League All-Star game, but outfielder Brandon Lockridge was left off the roster.
Three years after he chased his lifelong dream of playing at North Carolina over the lure of South Carolina, the once-fabled Palmetto State phenom is a Gamecock.
Six finalists have been named for the Charleston Baseball Hall of Fame Class of 2019, and fans have one month to vote on who they want to enshrine.
Gene Sapakoff column: On paper, SEC football during its national title win streak was a lot better off in 2009 with the likes of Urban Meyer, Steve Spurrier, Les Miles and Bobby Petrino. But strange things happen to group pictures
Former South Carolina catcher Grayson Greiner, now with the Detroit Tigers, was in Atlanta last week for a three-game series against the Braves.
There were several in-state connections chosen in the third and final day of the Major League Baseball draft on Wednesday.
Five college baseball players from South Carolina - one each from Clemson, South Carolina and Charleston, and two from Wofford - were named to Collegiate Baseball's Freshman All-American roster.
Summerville native and South Carolina Standout T.J. Hopkins and College of Charleston pitcher Griffin McLarty were selected during Tuesday's Major League Baseball Draft.
T.J. Hopkins of Summerville turned down a chance to play professional baseball a year ago and returned for his senior season at South Carolina.
Offensive lineman Jazston Turnetine of Hutchinson Junior College (Kan.) and Ellenwood, Ga., has given South Carolina an answer for its left tackle position for 2020 with his commitment to the Gamecocks on Sunday while on his official visit.
We’re about a third of the way through the Major League Baseball season and one thing is clear. The World Series hangover is real for the Boston Red Sox.
A.J. Lawson made official what many had long suspected. He will return to South Carolina for his sophomore season.