Posted by JOSH KENDALL on February 25, 2015
Four seasons worth of Connor Shaw and Dylan Thompson with Stephen Garcia thrown in the mix have made some South Carolina fans forget how interesting spring practices can be.
Not since 2011 have the Gamecocks entered the spring with a legitimate quarterback battle, and even then the question was would it be incumbent Stephen Garcia or then-sophomore Connor Shaw. Shaw won the job, lasted the first half of the East Carolina game before ceding the job to Garcia and then took over again following Garcias midseason removal from the team. Since then, its been smooth quarterback sailing at South Carolina.
This year, the Gamecocks are again looking for a starter, and this time its more than a two-horse race. Junior Perry Orth, sophomore Connor Mitch and freshman Michael Scarnecchia all are in the mix this spring, and four-star recruit Lorenzo Nunez plans to compete for the starting job as soon as he arrives this summer.
Posted on February 19, 2015
Miss our chat Friday with GoGamecocks' Josh Kendall? Read it here.
Posted by Josh Kendall on February 17, 2015
Five former South Carolina players will go through four days of medical testing, cognitive testing, team interviews, media interviews and on-field drills beginning Wednesday.
Posted by JOSH KENDALL on February 16, 2015
The plan for the five Gamecocks at this week’s NFL Combine in Indianapolis:
Posted by Josh Kendall on February 9, 2015
Most importantly, how will the Gamecocks fit Jon Hoke’s defensive viewpoints into their current system, which has been built around a 4-2-5 base defense for most of the past six seasons?
Posted by JOSH KENDALL on January 14, 2015
A glut of Top 25s for 2015 already have been published, but we’re going to look deeper by predicting the finish of the SEC’s Eastern and Western Divisions more than 200 days before the first game of the 2015 season kicks off.
Posted by Josh Kendall on January 6, 2015
SOUTH CAROLINA is not the only SEC football team that hasn’t made a coaching change since the end of the season, but it’s beginning to feel that way.