Posted by JOSH KENDALL on September 15, 2014
Georgia linebacker Leonard Floyd will be a wealthy man soon enough.
The 6-foot-4, 230-pound sophomore is expected to be a first-round pick whenever he decides to enter the NFL Draft. On Saturday against South Carolina, Floyd was nearly silent, finishing with three tackles, no sacks, no tackles-for-loss and no real impact on the Gamecocks.
A review of The Tape from No. 14 South Carolinas 38-35 win over the No. 13 Bulldogs showed the Gamecocks control of Floyd and the rest of Georgias pass rush was the biggest reason South Carolina was able to outscore its first SEC East opponent of the season.
Posted on September 15, 2014
Steve Spurrier had a chance to boast Saturday night but mostly let it pass. That's a sign of how much work lies ahead for his Gamecocks.
Posted on September 14, 2014
Miss our live chat with GoGamecocks' Josh Kendall. Read the transcript here.
Posted by JOSH KENDALL on September 12, 2014
Rotoworld.com NFL Draft Writer Josh Norris joined us this week to break down Georgia’s talented roster. For Norris, it’s tailback Todd Gurley and linebacker Leonard Floyd who jump off the page, and he’s a big, big, big Gurley fan, like most everyone else in college football.