Cedrick Cooper

South Carolina Gamecocks #18 - Linebacker

  • Height: 6-2
  • Weight: 235
  • Seasons: JR

Don't judge Muschamp's Carolina based on 2016

Things are gonna be rough this year, and there's not much he could've done about that.

A new personality for the SC offense

Missouri will have to deal with a pretty stout zone read game against South Carolina, though one would assume that the freshman quarterback will be limited when the 'Cocks fall into passing downs.

Spurrier's team in better shape than you think?

South Carolina was a few stops away from a downright solid 2014, and with a new defensive coordinator and JUCO stopgaps, the D might improve enough to get out of the O's way.

August 18th: Fall Practice

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Mangus revealed the (obvious) favorite to win the QB job

The Final Cockdown: #48 Dexter Wideman

Can a four-star transfer recruit shake things up for Jon Hoke's Gamecock defense this year?

The Final Cockdown: #94, DT Kelsey Griffin

Garnet and Black Attack's Final Cockdown looks deeper into the Gamecocks defensive line as we highlight DT Kelsey Griffin in our day two edition.

Cooper Striving To Get Better As Defenses Key

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South Carolina completed their sixth practice of the spring Thursday afternoon. After the session ended, head coach Steve Spurrier and offensive playmakers Pharoh Cooper and David Williams met with...

Spurrier Talks First Week of Spring Practice

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The South Carolina Gamecocks put a bow on the first week of spring practice with a full pads practice Saturday morning. Steve Spurrier discussed how he thought the first week went and Jon Hoke...

SC defense passive thus far

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South Carolina's defense has made fewer disruptive plays than anybody in the country through four games. For Missouri's sake, hopefully we're still saying that after five games.

THE PRESEASON DEPTH CHART IS HERE

South Carolina published its preseason depth chart today. Let's get into it.

Defensive position battles rage on into mid-spring

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After another day of spring practice, the position battles at defensive back and defensive end come more clearly into focus.

What to Watch for During Spring Practice: D-Line

With three key starters gone from 2013, defensive line will be one of the most scrutinized position groups during spring practice.