Three South Carolina Gamecocks football players made the coaches All-SEC team the league announced on Tuesday. Wide receiver Deebo Samuel, lineman Zack Bailey, punter Joseph Charlton all made the list.
Clemson football coach Dabo Swinney and South Carolina Gamecocks coach Will Muschamp expect new North Carolina Tar Heels head coach Mack Brown to succeed. Brown was named UNC’s new coach on Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2018.
South Carolina Gamecocks football receiver Deebo Samuel is skipping USC’s Belk Bowl matchup against Virginia to prepare for the NFL draft. Samuel recently explained why he made the decision to not play against the Cavaliers.
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.
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.
South Carolina’s football team finished the regular season 7-5. The Gamecocks take on Virginia on Dec. 29 in the Belk Bowl in Bank of America Stadium. Here are the top five surprises from the 2018 season.
South Carolina Gamecocks football dominated the Akron Zips and leading the way was true freshman Kingsley Enagbare, who alongside Rick Sandidge, Josh Belk, Javon Kinlaw give USC something for next season.
For the second year in a row, South Carolina has been ranked No. 1 in college football — for the best team Twitter account. The Gamecocks’ social media presence was named the best in the country by Athlon Sports.