Braden Galloway and Zach Giella, two of three Clemson football players banned from College Football Playoff games last season after testing positive for the performance-enhancing drug ostarine, lost a drawn-out NCAA appeal.
One of South Carolina’s greatest natural assets is also wildly dangerous to its residents — and this is a good weekend to remind folks of that.
Gene Sapakoff column: Tavien Feaster and Shaq Smith are the latest Clemson football players to enter the NCAA's transfer portal. As Dabo Swinney's recruiting machine rolls on and the portal expands, expect more Tigers to bail. Which isn't such a bad thing.
Gene Sapakoff column: So much off-season South Carolina football schedule focus has been on Clemson, Alabama and Georgia but those are far from the three most critical games for the Gamecocks in 2019.
Charleston City Council members say their audit of Mayor John Tecklenburg’s office is not political, isn’t personal, and has absolutely nothing to do with his wife.
If you thought Nancy Mace was tough because she was the first woman to go through The Citadel, you don’t know the half of it.
Gene Sapakoff: OrTre Smith, the former Wando High School standout, missed all but two games of South Carolina's 2018 football season but is finally healthy again. Production in 2019 will be critical to the Gamecocks' success.
Gene Sapakoff column: Thanks, Charleston RiverDogs, for celebrating a "perfectly mediocre" night at the ballpark with C Night, a tribute to "average" in which any student showing a C on a report card gets in free.
There was a time when the most personal and meaningful form of communication was a handwritten letter. Technology had not yet presented us with acronyms such as "lol" or "btw" or "fyi." We painted our pictures and conveyed our emotions with words, not merely with a smiley face wearing sunglasses.
Clemson, with an emphasis on the spirit of player-fan interaction, has unveiled a new statue on campus that was funded by a Mount Pleasant donor and features a former Porter-Gaud football player.
As Charleston sat through its regularly scheduled Wednesday morning gridlock, county officials were at the Statehouse awaiting a technicality needed to finish Interstate 526.
Gene Sapakoff column: Instead of sending New York Yankees on the Injured List one by one to Charleston for rehab work with the Class A RiverDogs, how about sending all of them at once?
You have to wonder what voters see in state Sen. Stephen Goldfinch. Because nearly everything he does is the opposite of local sentiment.
Gene Sapakoff column: In this annual ranking of SEC and ACC football coaches 1-28, there's a change at the top (you saw what happened in Santa Clara) and South Carolina's Will Muschamp slips (but just a bit)
Clemson fired assistant basketball coach Steve Smith on Friday. The move, which was not a surprise, came a week after an FBI wiretap revealed comments by Smith that were widely seen as tarnishing Dabo Swinney’s national championship football program as well as the basketball program.
Gene Sapakoff column: The biggest problems — and future forecast — for the Clemson and South Carolina baseball programs, both of which have struggled through historic bad streaks.
Some state senators are looking at tolls on Interstate 95 to replace its faulty bridges and add lanes. Cue the outrage.
Jennifer Kupcho, the Wake Forest senior who won the first U.S. Women's Amateur event at Augusta National this month, turned down her automatic invite to the U.S. Women's Open in Charleston to turn pro but earned a spot Monday by winning a qualifying tournament in Greensboro, N.C.
Clemson on Monday released a list of nutritional and dietary supplements given to football players during the 2018 season. The school provided the information in response to a public records request from The Post and Courier.
Just to the right of the back entrance door to my house is a newly discovered bird’s nest. It is engineered to take advantage of a wall to the left and at the rear in a corner of the garage.
Clemson and three players banned from College Football Playoff games after testing positive for performance-enhancing drugs expect an NCAA appeal decision soon, and timing that coincides with Dexter Lawrence's selection in the first round of the NFL draft might not be coincidental.
Gene Sapakoff column: One of the stars of the NFL draft isn't a player; Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney will make a splash in Nashville on Thursday night with as many as three Tigers projected to go in the first round and as many as 11 selected before the weekend is over.
Gene Sapakoff column: A lot of NFL teams want Christian Wilkins, Clelin Ferrell and Deebo Samuel — Hunter Renfrow and Zack Bailey, too. Here are the best landing spots for those guys and other Clemson and South Carolina draft prospects
A Senate bill would not only make threats against anyone a crime, it would require the suspect to undergo a mental health evaluation before they can make bail.
When Larry Kreyling was 10 years old, he and his brother slept in the attic of their home in Overland, Missouri. Surrounding the boys were ten 4x8-foot train tables constructed by their dad. The boys fell asleep each night as the faint whistle of the engine clambered around the track. As the…
Gene Sapakoff column: The Charleys debut was a big hit last year and The Post and Courier's annual awards show is back and packed with stars and fun for April 25.
A national poll once found that more Americans could name the Three Stooges than the three branches of government.
If you get something in the mail from Tecklenburg today, don’t flinch — and don’t throw it away. This time, he’s trying to put money into your wallet.
Brad Brownell's Clemson basketball program peaked in 2018, took a disappointing dip in 2019 and faces an uphill climb in 2020
Coach John Kresse, famed College of Charleston basketball coach, will soon be retiring and leaving his legacy of a winning team behind.
Gene Sapakoff column: Kyle Stanley has played well in the rain and sunshine this week at the Masters, which bodes well for the former Clemson golfer going into Sunday's final round.
The Augusta National Golf Club, aiming to get ahead of rainy weather and possible thunderstorms forecast for late Sunday afternoon, announced a rare time change for the final round of the Masters.
Gene Sapakoff column: Kevin O'Connell after going from amateur golfer to pro and back to amateur had to pick — potentially make good money on the European Tour or accept a Masters invite but remain an amateur. The choice was easy.
Players love it and if fans have mixed feelings, Augusta National isn't budging from its antiquated but refreshing 'no cell phone' policy
Gene Sapakoff column: Kyle Peters, a caddie from James Island, gets a most unlikely taste of the Masters. Corey Conners, his boss, got the very last invitation last week and briefly held the first-round lead on Thursday.
Gene Sapakoff column: The Masters this week is idling at the intersection of Tiger Woods nostalgia and post-Tiger power golf, the greatest golf talent ever and the young stars he inspired.
Part 3: In cities and towns along the U.S. / Mexico border, locals try to ignore controversy surrounding The Wall. But concertina wire and traveling militias sometimes make that impossible.