Doctors have found a link between COVID-19 and myocarditis, which is the inflammation of heart muscle, in college athletes.
Coastal Carolina redshirt senior linebacker Silas Kelly is excited to be back after suffering a season-ending injury last year.
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.
The College of Charleston suspended all fall sports competition and hopes those teams will be able to compete in the spring.
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.
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Coastal Carolina football will have to find yet another new opponent after the Mid-American Conference postponed its fall sports season on Saturday.
The Charleston Southern football team was supposed to hold its first preseason practice Friday, but the workout was canceled after players voiced concerns over the coronavirus pandemic.
An All-American running back who transferred from VMI to The Citadel has opted not to play the 2020 season for the Bulldogs, and 34 football players did not report to the first day of preseason practice due to concerns about the coronavirus pandemic.
The Citadel football team begins preseason practice at 8:30 a.m. sharp on Friday. But it might be two more weeks before the Bulldogs find out if there will be an FCS national championship to play for this season.
With coaches, players and administrators from about 75 schools eagerly awaiting word, the NCAA Board of Governors met Tuesday to discuss — again — the fate of the FCS football playoffs this season.
The Southern Conference could push back the start of its football season as the league awaits further clarity on the fate of the FCS playoffs and the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on college campuses.
Tuesday shapes up as another key moment in college football's struggle to stage a fall season during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Coastal Carolina-South Carolina football game scheduled for Sept. 5 has been canceled after the SEC announced a conference-only schedule on Thursday.
The Citadel has named Appalachian State assistant coach Ryan LeBlanc as the Bulldogs' new head wrestling coach, athletic director Mike Capaccio said Thursday.
College football players interviewed at the Big South media day said they felt comfortable about shedding sweat and blood on the practice field and in games this fall, despite the threat of COVID-19.
The season is still going mostly according to plan for the Coastal Carolina football team.
Players and coaches are required to conform to new safety practices to continue to keep the team safe.
Brandon McCladdie, a 2013 Citadel graduate and former football player for the Bulldogs, was recently hired as the new director of athletic development at Davidson College.
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An FCS playoff berth is still a possibility for The Citadel and Charleston Southern football, at least for the time being, after the NCAA put off a decision on postponing championships in fall sports.
The NCAA's Board of Governors is scheduled to meet Friday, at which time the 25-member panel could decide to cancel or postpone fall championships, including the 24-team FCS football playoffs.
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Former Cainhoy High School star Robert Porcher will be inducted into the South Carolina Football Hall of Fame next week.
Citadel football's season opener against CAA member Elon on Sept. 5 remains on track, despite the Colonial Athletic Association's announcement that it will not play a league schedule this fall.
Former Charleston Southern star and Goose Creek native Bobby Ison was recently named to the Big South Baseball All-Decade team.
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.”
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Citadel President Glenn M. Walters announced the committee in a message to the campus earlier this month. In June, The Citadel's African American Alumni Association renewed its call to change the name of Johnson Hagood Stadium, which is named for a Citadel graduate and former South Carolina governor who also was a Confederate general and slave owner.
The Citadel baseball team has added four graduate transfers for the 2021 season, including two NCAA Division III All-American pitchers and a former Furman catcher.
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The College of Charleston basketball program has added a second graduate transfer for next season in Saint Joseph University forward Lorenzo Edwards.
Former College of Charleston star Andrew Goudelock has traveled the world playing basketball. While Goudelock didn't stick in the NBA, he wouldn't change anything about his professional basketball career.
The total number of positive tests for COVID-19 among athletes at The Citadel has risen to 13, the school reported in a campus-wide update on Wednesday.
Six Citadel athletes have tested positive for COVID-19, and the Bulldogs are halting voluntary summer workouts for football and other sports, a school official said Saturday.
The manager of a Chipotle restaurant in Florence has been suspended after being involved in what is being described as a racial incident Thursday afternoon involving NFL star Darius Leonard, a former S.C. State football player.
South Carolina on Monday landed its second offensive line commitment for the 2021 recruiting class in as many weeks when JonDarius Morgan of Birmingham, Ala., announced his plans to join the Gamecocks.
Citadel football players are back on campus, working out in the weight room and running sprints on the new turf at Johnson Hagood Stadium as the Bulldogs begin a "phased-in" return to sports activities.
The Citadel's football stadium is named for an 1847 graduate named Johnson Hagood, a slave owner who commanded Confederate forces as a brigadier general during the Civil War.
With six All-Americans, the College of Charleston sailing team was considered a top national contender.
The Big South Conference has added Robert Morris University as an associate member in football starting in 2021, bringing the FCS league to nine members starting with that season.
A rift between former College of Charleston star basketball player Andrew Goudelock and the school began with a lawsuit over unpaid bills and expanded with Goudelock’s frustrations over the school’s slow response to the deaths of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor. The school’s reaction brought up memories of the subtle racism that he experienced during his time on campus.
Jeff McElveen, a former star defensive player at Goose Creek, will head into the 2020 season as part of a running back core at Furman that is facing high expectations in the FCS.
Former Summerville High School star running back De'Angelo Henderson, who starred at Coastal Carolina, and former James Island standouts Chad Hamilton and Devin Brown, also of Coastal Carolina, were among 35 players on the Big South Football All-Decade Team for 2010-19.