Coach Frank Martin and the South Carolina Gamecocks men’s basketball team went to Ann Arbor, Michigan, to face the fifth-ranked Michigan Wolverines on Dec. 8, 2018. Here’s a recap of the SEC-Big 10 matchup.
South Carolina Gamecocks football played host to Tennessee running back Eric Gray, a former Michigan commit and three-time Mr. Football with offers from Alabama, Tennessee, Ole Miss, Mississippi State.
Five-star South Carolina Gamecocks football commit Zacch Pickens made his first Williams-Brice memory as TL Hanna lost to Dutch Fork in a state title game, but he’s ready for the Shrine Bowl, Under Armour game.
The Gamecocks 2018 season isn’t over yet, but that doesn’t mean we can’t look ahead to 2019, a season in which South Carolina will play Alabama, Georgia and Clemson, all of whom could be ranked in the top five at the time of the game.
The South Carolina basketball Gamecocks are off to their worst start since Frank Martin’s second season in Columbia. Up next? A trip to Ann Arbor to face a Final Four contender in the Michigan Wolverines.
Former South Carolina QB Stephen Garcia has reached out to future South Carolina quarterback Ryan Hilinski to offer advice. The two have formed a friendship. Hilinski is expected to join Gamecocks in January.
South Carolina defensive tackle Javon Kinlaw, who leads the Gamecocks in sacks, will not play against Virginia in the Belk Bowl due to a hip injury. South Carolina will play Virginia on Dec. 29 in Bank of America Stadium.