Posted by Neil White on March 16, 2015
SOUTH CAROLINA coach Chad Holbrook sat at the podium after Sundays 6-4, 10-inning win against Kentucky and stated that he felt terrible.
Not about the dramatic victory or sweeping the seasons first SEC series, of course. He was talking about the stubble on his face, which he acknowledged as unprofessional. But then he smiled and said that if he shaved, his players would be mad at him.
Holbrook was last spotted with a smooth face coming off a series loss to rival Clemson two weeks ago. The Gamecocks (17-3) since have reeled off 10 straight wins, and the coach sees no reason to shave until the streak ends.
Posted by NEIL WHITE on March 9, 2015
All the outward signs are positive for the South Carolina baseball team. But as SEC play begins this weekend with a home series against Kentucky, USC coach Chad Holbrook has a few things that he doesn’t know about the Gamecocks.
Posted by NEIL WHITE on March 4, 2015
USC baseball coach Chad Holbrook promised real changes in the lineup after his team’s disappointing series loss to rival Clemson.
Posted by NEIL WHITE on February 28, 2015
The rivalry between the South Carolina and Clemson baseball is plenty good, but it's even better when it comes down to a rubber game in the best-of-three series.
Posted by NEIL WHITE on February 23, 2015
The Gamecocks have played well enough to show why they’re in the Top 15 of all six national polls, even if they still appear to be in a state of flux as they approach SEC play in two weeks.
Posted on February 12, 2015
South Carolina opens the 2015 season Friday with a baseball series at Carolina Stadium against College of Charleston. Here is the projected lineup and other key notes for the weekend.