Even though the proposed road map looks like a queue line at Disney World, Mount Pleasant is hardly the happiest place on Earth.
Mike McGee, who died Friday, hired Steve Spurrier, Lou Holtz, Ray Tanner, Curtis Frye, Eddie Fogler and Dave Odom and brought University of South Carolina athletic department revenue into the modern era. But, strangely, the former athletic director who had more impact on Gamecock sports than anyone is not in the USC Athletic Hall of Fame.
Why Clemson and South Carolina will meet or exceed 2019 expectations, and other Palmetto State college football predictions.
Gene Sapakoff column: Sure, having Deshaun Watson and Trevor Lawrence makes life easier. But Clemson quarterbacks coach Brandon Streeter is an underrated quarterbacks coach who draws praise from campus to the NFL.
Alabama coach Nick Saban wants major college teams to schedule 10 games per season versus Power 5 opponents, an ahead-of-the-curve idea that calls for Clemson and South Carolina to adjust
The official website for the SCE&G class-action lawsuit is warning South Carolina residents to beware of a scam.
Life can come at you fast, sometimes. The curves, bumps and roadblocks along life’s highway often force us to take detours.
My wife and 9-year-old grandson accompanied me to Washington, D.C., for some good old sightseeing. Walking the same grounds and visiting the house of our first president is awe-inspiring.
Gene Sapakoff column: Will Muschamp, with his best South Carolina football team and coming off his best offseason, must cash in despite the nation's toughest schedule.
If Dorchester County needs a campaign slogan for its November bond referendums, it should try this: SLOW GROWTH — VOTE YES.
On Sunday, the Charleston congressman posted a short video on Twitter showing his phone screen as he searched for Donald Trump’s account and — gasp — unfollowed the president.
Charleston police take this seriously, but they face some serious challenges in this latest palmetto rose squabble. There’s a long history here.
Steve Wilkerson, a fomer Clemson baseball player, was called on to pitch for the depleted Baltimore Orioles in a marathon win over the Los Angeles Angels and made history, becoming the first position player to record a save.
Anyone looking for steady work that pays well should apply to the South Carolina Department of Corrections ... as a defense attorney.
Gene Sapakoff column: Robert Caslen, the new University of South Carolina president, should know that his promise of ice cream sundaes for victories over Clemson won't be incentive enough to pull off an upset over a Dabo Swinney-led powerhouse that has won five straight against the Gamecocks.
Federal Judge Bruce Hendricks heard a disturbing statistic from the DEA in March: The Lowcountry’s opioid overdose rate is 240 percent higher than the national average.
A new study says South Carolina is the 10th most obese state in the nation. And there are reasons why our skinny jeans don't quite fit.
For those of us Baby Boomers, especially those raised in the South, it was not uncommon to refer to ourselves as Coppertone babies. In the summer, we’d spend most of our time playing outside. In doing so, we’d often wear little more than a pair of shorts. Boys often were shirtless. For the g…
Gene Sapakoff column: The hypocrisy on display at college football media events this week was not limited to name, image and likeness chatter. It also included talk about the impact of sports gambling on the mental health of athletes and support for a third full-time assistant baseball coach.
Gene Sapakoff column: Nick Saban's national championship game excuses and other comments at SEC Media Days indicate the legendary Alabama head coach is still struggling to find answers for Clemson, winners of two of the last three national titles.
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?
Gene Sapakoff column: Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney is back from what he calls a 'life-changing' trip to Italy and France, his first extended trip outside the U.S. And it just might make the two-time national champion a better coach
Cheated out of an expected presidential bid – literally – Mark Sanford says now, a decade later, it might be his moment to hit the trail.
For real, this time.
Gene Sapakoff column: Who are the leading candidates to give Clemson a good fight? And other questions heading into the annual ACC Football Kickoff event
It’s fairly common for me to explore topics here that cause us to pause and remember. Some of that is simply a product of getting older, I suppose. I seem to spend an inordinate amount of time looking in the rear view window, primarily, because, at this point, there’s more behind me than in front.
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.
Just when he’d reached the peak of his popularity among Republican primary voters, practically assuring himself of another term, our senior senator had to mouth off and sound all reasonable.
Summerville Mayor Wiley Johnson says he won’t seek a second term this year, and that has all of Flowertown talking.
So, when President Donald Trump made Nikki Haley an offer she couldn’t refuse, he may have been settling some family business.
Well, this is just what southwestern Berkeley County needs — another 5,700 homes for volunteer firefighters to protect.
When my mind wanders, and that’s not an occasional happening, I often wonder what makes certain humans do what they do. That train of thought often makes a stop along the tracks when I look at how humans treat animals.
Republicans are already lining up to challenge congressman Joe Cunningham, apoplectic that they lost the 1st District seat last year to a Democrat.
The South Carolina Gamecocks' top 10 wide receivers, starting with a Sterling Sharpe vs. Alshon Jeffery debate and ending with tough cuts