Tajh Boyd: The Legacy

Let's take a trip down memory lane and assess how Tajh should be remembered.

How South Carolina Won Five Straight over Clemson


After South Carolina's fifth-straight win over the arch-rival Clemson Tigers, Connor Shaw had this to say: "It’s like blood in the water when we play these guys," said Shaw, who threw a...

Garnet And Black Attack interviews Rece Davis


We talked to Rece Davis about the Gamecocks beating Clemson five times in a row, the direction that Frank Martin has the basketball team headed in, and why Cocky got left out of the Capital One...

Study Hall: SC-Clemson


Advanced stats from South Carolina's 31-17 win over Clemson on Saturday.

Know Thy Enemy: Everything Burns Edition

With the regular season over, we take a final look at how Clemson's opponents did.

Writer upset over lack of "class" by band Saturday


In an odd series of tweets on Sunday afternoon, writer Gene Sapakoff decried the perceived lack of class shown by the USC band on Saturday evening. I hope he never attends the Army-Navy game.

Week 14 ACC Power Rankings - Bowl Projections

In this final installment of STS's ACC Power Rankings, we include our Bowl Projections for the ACC. Also, we've opened a STS Bowl Pick'em group. Information on how to join is at the bottom of this...

Clemson at Carolina Post-Game Presser Notes


The Big Spur provides a run-down of the best quotes from the post-game presser after last night's win over rival Clemson. A few thoughts on what our players and coaches had to say: --As Spurrier...

Carolina Wins Fifth Straight over Clemson


On an almost unbelievably chaotic Rivalry Saturday, Carolina held serve with a 31-17 win over Clemson. Unfortunately, the only other predictable outcome today was that Missouri took care of Texas A&M.

S. Carolina 31, Clemson 17: Fantastic Four Years


The Gamecocks aren't taking their second trip to Atlanta, but there's nothing to scoff at in the accomplishments that the program has racked up over the last four years

Dabo is John Cooper

If you don't want to see an article that is unpleasant, you better stop reading.

For the Record: Deciding the SEC East


Once again, I find myself with too little time to preview all the games this week in fuller fashion. Here are some quick thoughts on the two remaining games.