Gene Sapakoff is a columnist and College Sports Editor at The Post and Courier.
Gene Sapakoff column: Trevor Lawrence entered the Clemson starting lineup after four games in 2018; a full calendar season report card as the Tigers get to 4-0 in 2019
Pigskin Picks: Former Clemson and San Francisco 49ers star defensive lineman Jim Stuckey is the VIP picker, and the 2019 college football world is spinning around the Palmetto State
Dabo Swinney's Clemson program has become the gold standard for college football success. Here are step-by-step instructions for how to recreate a big-time winner.
Gene Sapakoff column: South Carolina losses to Missouri in the past have led to sour football seasons, and a loss in The Other Columbia on Saturday would mean the same thing
Gene Sapakoff column: What South Carolina football recruits might have learned about the state of the Gamecocks program while watching a 47-23 loss to No. 2 Alabama
Pigskin Picks VIP Picker Stephen Garcia, the former South Carolina quarterback, recalls his exchange with Nick Saban following the Gamecocks' 2010 upset of Alabama, and the party that night.
Gene Sapakoff column: The 2010 upset of No. 1 Alabama was one of the greatest football wins in South Carolina history, but the 2019 Gamecocks and their fans must adjust to more realistic comparisons
Gene Sapakoff column: Cut by the Buffalo Bills, former Clemson player Ray-Ray McCloud has quickly fit in with his new team, the Carolina Panthers, thanks to some advice from his college head coach, Dabo Swinney.
Gene Sapakoff column: Running back Christian McCaffrey's bid for 1,000 yards rushing and 1,000 yards receiving in the same season makes the Carolina Panthers worth watching, win or lose
Gene Sapakoff column: Considered a weakness early and late during the 2018 regular season, the Clemson secondary in snuffing out the Texas A&M passing game proved itself a primary Tiger force in 2019