Gene Sapakoff column: So many teams in conferences and divisional obligations mean rare clashes between some programs, which is too bad for student-athletes and fans. Some overdue solutions.
Gene Sapakoff column: Watching your son attempt a field goal before a packed college football stadium in a nationally-televised SEC game can rattle a parent's nerves, but South Carolina Gamecocks kicker Parker White's mother Jennifer Howe has found a way to enjoy the ride.
South Carolina and Clemson have been able to have full football stadiums, but COVID-19 continues to affect how games are run.
South Carolina's Jaylan Foster walked away from a full scholarship to become a walk-on scout-teamer for the Gamecocks. Four years later, he's an All-SEC candidate.
The day Stephen Garcia committed to USC, with that flowing hair over his shoulders, his adoration of Greek mythology well chronicled, it was hard not to already fall for the legend. USC fans saw Garcia and saw a swashbuckler, the same thing they thought when another legendary long-hair, Steve Taneyhill, first took the field in 1992.
South Carolina freshman Sarah Hamner won the ITA All-American National Championships title on Oct. 10 at LTP Mount Pleasant, becoming the first Gamecock tennis player to win the event.
The South Carolina Gamecocks will take on the Tennessee Volunteers in Knoxville on Oct. 9. Four things to watch as the football game gets underway.
Gene Sapakoff: South Carolina's Shane Beamer and Tennessee's Josh Heupel, on an Oct. 9 collision course in Knoxville, were both hired to start the 2021 season, both charged with reversing SEC East fortune.
Clayton White's defense at South Carolina has been a revelation through five games, averaging nearly three forced turnovers per game.
South Carolina quarterback Luke Doty is healthy enough to play but is still dealing with a preseason foot injury as Gamecocks prepare for home game against Troy.
Quarterback Luke Doty and tight end Nick Muse have agreed to be the guests at a Halls Chophouse brunch, the latest endorsement deal for Gamecock athletes.
South Carolina's offense ran 26 times for 58 yards against Kentucky in a 16-10 loss at Williams-Brice Stadium.
Gene Sapakoff column: Like many football coaches, first-year South Carolina head coach Shane Beamer is a little bit of everything during games, from strategist to cheerleader. But with a twist of enthusiasm all his own
The Gamecocks’ offensive line has been befuddlingly bad in three games, checking into this week’s game against Kentucky ranked last in the SEC in total offense, and 99th out of 130 Division I teams.
Gene Sapakoff column: South Carolina still has plenty of time to make improvements but three games into the season the running game is far from a strength and might be a weakness
Gene Sapakoff column: For conference pride and respect (and for a better Clemson resume to be put before the College Football Playoff committee), the ACC must finish fast in its few remaining non-conference games