With its 2020 tournament pushed from April into football season by the coronavirus, the Masters has added a tweak for Saturday, Nov. 14
Gene Sapakoff is a columnist and College Sports Editor at The Post and Courier with focus mostly on Clemson, South Carolina, SEC and ACC athletics. But also golf, the Charleston RiverDogs, Atlanta Braves, Carolina Panthers. And road food.
Gene Sapakoff column: It's complicated, it's a longshot, it's spectacular for Coastal Carolina to be in a position to dream about a New Year's Six bowl game.
Gene Sapakoff column: Clemson's performance Saturday might not have worked against Alabama or Ohio State but it was enough to zap Syracuse's second-half momentum and force a depleted Tigers team to get better.
Gene Sapakoff column: Members of Charleston's 1955 Cannon Street All-Stars spoke at Newberry College this week at a diversity program showcasing their plight as a Little League champion denied the chance to compete in local, state and regional tournaments
Leroy Major (left) and David Middleton played for the 1955 Cannon Street YMCA All-Stars baseball team. They spoke on Monday at the historic Ne…
Gene Sapakoff column: Here's what might happen if the best college football team played one of the worst (and worst-run) NFL teams in years. For Trevor Lawrence's sake.
Gene Sapakoff column: Back-to-back games against Auburn and LSU once looked treacherous for South Carolina, now with a chance for a rare season sweep against teams with Tigers nicknames.
Gene Sapakoff column: No. 15 Auburn and quarterback Bo Nix found out Saturday what happens when you try and pick on South Carolina's 'elite' cornerback Jaycee Horn
Gene Sapakoff column: Joe Hamilton, who went from tiny Alvin, S.C., to stardom and Heisman Trophy contention at Georgia Tech in 1999, has his own Atlanta radio show and isn't bitter about being ahead of his time as an NFL quarterback.
Gene Sapakoff column: It's not just your imagination, Clemson's Trevor Lawrence and Travis Etienne are the best combo package in college football history and Heisman Trophy voters might add emphasis