South Carolina senior wide receiver Deebo Samuel was named first-team All-SEC at three positions Friday. However, no other Gamecock football player was named to the first-team and only two other players were named to the second- and third-team.
South Carolina’s football team finished second in the SEC East last season, and the media members who cover the league think the Gamecocks will be in the top half of the division again. The SEC released its preseason predictions Friday. Find out where South Carolina finished.
South Carolina football head coach Will Muschamp, quarterback Jake Bentley, wide receiver Deebo Samuel and defensive end D.J. Wonnum came to the College Football Hall of Fame on Thursday for SEC Media Days to discuss the Gamecocks 2018 season.
If former University of Florida athletics director Jeremy Foley was completely honest, these are probably the words he would use to describe the firing of Will Muschamp and the hiring of Jim McElwain four years ago.
South Carolina senior wide receiver Deebo Samuel attended SEC Media Days along with head coach Will Muschamp, quarterback Jake Bentley and defensive end D.J. Wonnum. Samuel was a hit with his fashion, and his coach predicts it won’t be his last big impact.
South Carolina football coach Will Muschamp spoke at the SEC Media Days in Atlanta on Thursday, and the Gamecocks’ leader sounded off on USC’s depth, recruiting, expectations and some other non-football topics.
South Carolina Gamecocks football coach Will Muschamp updated his team’s injury situation heading into August camp at the 2018 SEC Media Days. He mentioned Jabari Ellis, Lavonte Valentine and Chad Terrell.