THE DAILY FEED 09.25.11 // Gamecocks Scrimmage, defensive backfield thins, soccer team opens season on TV
The Daily Feed // 08.10.11 - We're back, baby! At least for the foreseeable future. You know how fickle the "Feed" is.
The Ballad of Stuart Hines - The Feathered Warrior interviews Kentucky offensive lineman at SEC Media Days
Walker tweaked his left wrist against UVa. His status for Florida is questionable.@DCAtGCKCentral Hearing that Michael Roth and Robert Beary are possible replacements at first base.
I propose the commission of two bronze palmetto tree statues, one to be located at Williams-Brice Stadium, and the other at Death Valley. Each tree should be around ten feet tall, and identically cast. Each tree should have a spot on top where a scale crescent moon, also bronze, could be affixed; and every year, Carolina and Clemson should play for that moon.A Proposal For The Carolina/Clemson Rivalry Once in a generation an idea is forged that is so perfect you can't help but marvel at it. Ladies and gentlemen, this is that idea. Color me envious that I did not think of it myself. Well done.
South Carolina cornerback Victor Hampton has been dismissed from the team for a violation of team rules, sources confirmed to TheBigSpur.com on Friday.Via The Big Spur. No one seems to be surprised by this decision, and they shouldn't be. After all, we're talking about the same kid who got caught bringing alcohol to his high school shortly after signing day.
Are the Gamecocks the least talented team in Omaha: A talent comparison of 2011 College World Series teams
Was just told a few minutes ago that South Carolina associate head coach Chad Holbrook has withdrawn his name from consideration for the Tennessee baseball job.Travis Haney via "Spur of the Moment"
The latest Great to Be a Gamecock video features Mr. Don't-Say-Nothin - otherwise known as Devin Taylor. Intimidating, no? Devin Taylor: It's Great To Be A Gamecock (via GamecocksOnline)
Weekend wrap-up: Gamecocks advance to Super Regionals in straight sets. Clemson fans set to watch from the safety of their dimly lit living rooms in between sobs.