The South Carolina men's basketball team will face the Oklahoma State Cowboys on Jan. 26, 2019, in Stillwater, Oklahoma, as part of the annual SEC/Big 12 Challenge. OSU is coached by former USC player and assistant Mike Boynton.
The South Carolina softball team will take on Arizona State on May 25, 2018, in an NCAA Super Regional in Tempe, Arizona. The Gamecocks are seeking their first College World Series appearance since 1997.
South Carolina freshman basketball player Brian Bowen has until May 30, 2018, to decide to enter the NBA draft or return to the Gamecocks. Meanwhile, the NCAA has yet to rule on Bowen's eligibility status. USC AD Ray Tanner weighs in as deadline nears.
South Carolina forward Chris Silva, after testing the NBA waters, announced on May 21, 2018, his return to Frank Martin and the Gamecocks. What does the news mean to USC? Consider the Gamecocks could have another SEC player of the year.
South Carolina Gamecocks men's basketball still has two open spots for the 2018 recruiting class. One candidate is A.J. Lawson, a tall Canadian guard from GTA Prep. USC had gone north of the border with former star Duane Notice.
South Carolina forward Chris Silva is returning for his senior season. USC announced on May 21, 2018, that Silva, an All-SEC performer, will not enter the NBA draft and will play for Frank Martin and the Gamecocks in 2018-19.
ESPN college basketball analyst Jay Bilas weighs in on the Brian Bowen situation. The South Carolina freshman, who competed at the NBA combine in Chicago, has yet to hear from the NCAA on his eligibility for the 2018-19 season.
Brian Bowen ended his stay at the NBA combine on May 19, 2018, in Chicago. The current South Carolina Gamecocks forward improved his numbers from a sluggish opening day performance. He has until May 30 to decide to stay at USC or go pro.
Brian Bowen was looking for a home after the FBI scandal made him leave Louisville in November 2017. The former McDonald's All-American cleared some hurdles before landing with Frank Martin and the South Carolina Gamecocks in January 2018.
South Carolina's Brian Bowen wrapped his stay at the NBA combine on May 18, 2018, in Chicago, Illinois. What's next for the current member of the Gamecocks? Will the NCAA rule and he returns to school? Does he go to the draft? Does he go overseas?
South Carolina Gamecocks men's basketball forward Brian Bowen competed at the NBA combine on May 17, 2018, in Chicago, Illinois. Here are some things we learned about the (potential) Gamecock. The event continues May 18.
South Carolina forward Brian Bowen participated in day one of the NBA combine on May 17, 2018. The ex-Louisville Cardinal wrapped in the FBI's probe into college basketball is still waiting word from the NCAA on his eligibility status.