Would-be juror wears Confederate flag shirt to court; judge says it's OK

A prospective juror wore a Confederate flag with the words “If this flag offends you, you need a history lesson” on it to court in York County, SC. A lawyer wanted her struck from service but a judge ruled she could stay, and a legal expert said that the flag itself doesn’t disqualify someone wearing it from jury service.

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How Rico McWilliams' departure affects South Carolina's secondary

South Carolina coach Will Muschamp explains how the defensive back rotation will work minus a veteran player.
How Rico McWilliams' departure affects South Carolina's secondary 0:43

How Rico McWilliams' departure affects South Carolina's secondary

Muschamp: Every opening game brings unique challenges 1:05

Muschamp: Every opening game brings unique challenges

Muschamp breaks down strengths of USC's freshman receivers 1:06

Muschamp breaks down strengths of USC's freshman receivers

Will Muschamp: Two Gamecocks QBs will play against Vanderbilt 1:32

Will Muschamp: Two Gamecocks QBs will play against Vanderbilt