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2 hrs ago | Post and Courier
Others receiving votes: Texas 126, Oklahoma State 94, Duke 60, Florida 49, Mississippi State 49, Penn State 49, Michigan 38, TCU 29, Washington 27, BYU 21, Iowa 18, Marshall 18, Virginia Tech 17, Tennessee 14, Cincinnati 8, Texas Tech 7, West Virginia 7, Rutgers 6, Arizona 4, North Dakota State 2, Louisiana 1, Pittsburgh 1. The Tigers and Gamecocks ... (more)
5 hrs ago | WLTX-TV Columbia
Both South Carolina and Clemson took a tumble in the latest Amway USA TODAY Sport Coaches poll.
GREENVILLE East Carolina coach Ruffin McNeill is prone to saying all wins are big, but a victory this week would be huge.
South Carolina 2015 commitment DE Shamiek Blackshear of Bluffton injured his knee Friday night and will have an MRI on Tuesday.
For the last three seasons, the University of South Carolina football team's annual matchup with arch-rival Clemson has been a Top 20 affair.
With a couple of ticks left before midnight, South Carolina sophomore midfielder Kurtis Turner blasted home a goal to send the Gamecocks a winner in their season-opening match against Belmont on Friday night in front of the fourth-largest crowd at a men's match in Stone Stadium history.
Heavy underdogs Temple and Texas A&M piled on Vanderbilt and South Carolina respectively in the first games televised by the ballyhooed SEC Network.
South Carolina women's basketball head coach Dawn Staley announced Friday the team's 29-game schedule for 2014-15, which features 19 games against teams that participated in a 2014 postseason tournament, including up to 12 against NCAA Tournament participants.
The Southeastern Conference announced its 14-team, 16-game women's basketball schedule for the 2014-15 season on Thursday and Kentucky's slate is highlighted by eight home matchups, including battles in Memorial Coliseum with Florida, Tennessee, Texas A&M and South Carolina as well as road matchups at LSU, Vanderbilt and Tennessee.
While setting the stage for the Texas A&M-South Carolina game on Thursday, SEC Network analyst Tim Tebow shared an interesting tidbit from his past.
Irish coach Muffet McGraw said at the Final Four in April that it would be difficult at this point for any civility to return to the rivalry.
Texas A&M and South Carolina turned in a first quarter worthy of an entire summer of hype, in the first live contest on the new SEC Network.
Bob Petrino is coaching the Louisville Cardinals football team this season. Because hiring him has always worked well in the past.
Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 01:24 pm
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