Posted by USC football on December 9, 2013
The Associated Press released its All-SEC team on Monday, and two Gamecocks cracked the first unit: defensive tackle Kelcy Quarles and defensive end Jadeveon Clowney. Running back Mike Davis, cornerback Victor Hampton and spur Sharrod Golightly made the second team.
I was one of 14 voters for the team, and Ive included my ballot below. A quick word on the format of the vote: Each voter was asked to select a first-team and nothing more. The second-team and honorable mentions were filled out by using the players who got first-team votes but fell short of enough to make that team.
I voted for Quarles and Hampton on my first team, and at this point, Im sure youre thinking, What about Mike Davis? and Do you remember that Jadeveon Clowney plays for South Carolina? so Ill try to address those questions here.
Posted by JOSH KENDALL on December 8, 2013
Steve Spurrier is good with the Florida State-Auburn matchup for the national title. That’s just the way South Carolina’s coach would have drawn it up, according to his final USA Today coaches poll ballot.
Posted on December 7, 2013
As South Carolina awaits its bowl destination, we decided to start crunching the numbers from the No. 8 Gamecocks’ 10-2 regular season. USC will learn its bowl fate on Sunday night. Until then, here are 10 stats you might have missed.
Posted by Josh Kendall on December 4, 2013
Through four straight losses, Clemson lamented its inability to control the line of scrimmage against South Carolina. On Saturday, it did it at least defensively and still fell for a fifth straight time.
Posted by JOSH KENDALL on December 2, 2013
South Carolina, a school that went to eight bowl games in the first 100 years it fielded a football team, suddenly is picky about its holiday schedule. At least its fans are.