Gamecock Man

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I graduated with an M.A. from USC in 2007. I've been a managing editor at Garnet and Black Attack since 2008, and my work at GABA has served witness to the transition from the doldrums of the early Spurrier years to the glories of more recent seasons. I've been fortunate enough to be an invited commentator on ESPN Radio and other venues. Thanks for reading!

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SEC Power Poll: Offensive Line


Who has the best offensive lines in the SEC?

The Final Cockdown: No. 53, Corey Robinson


Big tackle projects as an All-SEC selection and NFL Draft pick.

The Final Cockdown: No. 54, Clayton Stadnick


Backup center provides experienced, reliable depth.

The Final Cockdown: No. 55, Na'Ty Rodgers


Redshirt freshman right guard pushes for starting spot.

The Final Cockdown: No. 55, David Johnson


RS frosh DE looks to build for the future.

SEC Power Poll: Pre-Season Defensive Line Rankings


Ranking the league's defensive lines.

Relive Elliott Fry's "ice in his veins" moment.


Relive Elliott Fry's "ice in his veins" moment against Mizzou.

The Final Cockdown: No. 58, Ryland Culbertson


Culbertson will reprise his role as starting snapper on placekicking units.

The Final Cockdown: No. 65, Brock Stadnick


Highly recruited Carolina OL seeks playing time.

The Final Cockdown: No. 69, D.J. Park


Redshirt freshman OG looks to earn playing time.

Relive Cooper and Wilds putting Clemson away


Number seven on the countdown.

The Final Cockdown: No. 70, Alan Knott


RS frosh center looks to develop for the future.

The Final Cockdown: No. 71, Brandon Shell


Big offensive tackle expected to have All-SEC season.

Relive Connor Shaw's TD Reception


Connor Shaw catches a TD pass. That is all.

The Final Cockdown: No. 74, Mason Zandi


Zandi looks to break through in RS sophomore season.

The Final Cockdown: No. 75, Will Sport


Will SportRS junior6'5'' / 301 lbsMilton, FL Recruitment:3 stars, 110th overall offensive tackle in the 2011 class Other offers:Florida International, Florida Atlantic, South Florida, Southern...

The Final Cockdown: No. 76, Mike Matulis


Can Matulis contribute to talented line after recovering from injury?

Victor Hampton Is a Great Pickup for the Bengals


Bengals make wise low-risk, high-reward pickup through rookie free agency.

Relive Mike Davis's long TD run against UCF 2013


Davis run shifts momentum against Knights.

The Final Cockdown: No. 80, K.J. Brent


RS junior receiver continues trying to break into the rotation.

The Final Cockdown: No. 81, Rory "Busta" Anderson


Can Busta recover from triceps injury and have a big senior season?

The Final Cockdown: No. 83, Carlton Heard


Can walk-on transfer from Gardner-Webb make it onto the field this fall?

Gamecocks Represented in Steele's Preseason Lists


Steele views Carolina as deep in proven talent heading into 2014.

This Week in Lazy Analogies: SEC = Confederacy


O'Leary embarrasses himself with foolish claims against power conference autonomy.

Big plays of 2013: Clowney sacks Boyd


Counting down the 10 biggest plays of last football season.

Will Drew Owens get an opportunity to break out?

Can the Gamecocks tight end earn consistent playing time in 2014?

The Final Cockdown: No. 89, Jerell Adams

With just 89 days until the season begins, let's talk about Jerell Adams, the Gamecocks talented junior tight end.

Review: Kyle King's Fighting Like Cats and Dogs


The former Dawg Sports editor's book on the Georgia-Clemson rivalry is an informative, engaging read that showcases King's passion for the rivalry and for college football history more generally.

The Final Cockdown: No. 92, Gerald Dixon, Jr.

With 92 days left until the 2014 season kicks off, we profile South Carolina's No. 92.

The Final Cockdown: No. 97, J.T. Surratt

The senior defensive tackle will be looked upon for leadership as lone defensive lineman with extensive experience.

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