Ace Sanders

South Carolina Gamecocks #1 - Wide Receiver

  • Height: 5-8
  • Weight: 175

Notre Dame Football: Claypool, Finke, Kmet Make Their Mark at NFL Combine


Claypool gets compared to Megatron.

The two-quarterback system has worked before. Ole Miss should do it


Others have experimented and it was successful. The Rebels have two capable signal callers and need to utilize them.

Recapping the Top Five Bowl Wins in South Carolina History


If you’re looking for the Independence Bowl, go west.

Special teams shining for South Carolina thus far

After years of largely uninspired special teams play, the Gamecocks finally have a unit that puts excitement back into that phase of the game.

Gamecocks’ offensive approach needs some variation for unit to reach full potential

It’s only one week into the season, but the Gamecocks’ offensive approach will need some variation if the unit is going to reach its full potential.

60 days until Gamecocks football: USC may have one of country’s best receiving corps

The country may not know the hidden chest of weapons South Carolina has in the passing game

GABACast #36: Devonte Holloman Joins the Show!


Former Gamecock Devonte Holloman joins the GABACast as we continue our summertime retrospective by talking about the 2012 UGA game.

The Argument for Connor Mitch


The first career start for a college QB can be nerve wracking. Especially playing under a coach that expects absolute perfection like Spurrier. But there are several reasons why Connor Mitch will...

October 6th, 2012: Learning to Believe

A roaring crowd, an epic punt return, and a defense that would not yield was the formula success in a 35-7 thrashing of our rivals from Athens, GA.

Spurrier's Top Ten Wins At South Carolina

We kick off the Ten Seasons of Spurrier series with a look back at the Head Ball Coach's top ten wins in his first ten seasons in Columbia.

What is your favorite Gamecock football tradition?


Let's talk about the things that make the South Carolina game day experience special

Will special teams doom Carolina again in 2014?


For the last seven years under Steve Spurrier, the Gamecocks have simply failed to put together a credible presence on special teams. How bad has it been? And is there any reason to think it...