Columbia, South Carolina Sports News

[The Herald] - D.J. Wonnum on his battles with younger brother in practice for USC

Thu, August 16, 2018

... Zion Williamson. South Carolina football coach Bobby Bentley talks about the Gamecocks' four running backs - Ty'Son Williams, Rico Dowdle, A.J. Turner and Mon Dens ...

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[The Herald] - ‘Every DB plays every position’ in South Carolina’s secondary

Thu, August 16, 2018

... Peterson talk about how the junior will lead the Gamecocks defense in 2018, partially because of his quiet example, partially because o ...

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[The State] - D.J. Wonnum on his battles with younger brother in practice for USC

Thu, August 16, 2018

... the 2018 season. South Carolina football coach Bobby Bentley talks about the Gamecocks' four running backs - Ty'Son Williams, Rico Dowdle, A.J. Turner and Mon Dens ...

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[The State] - T.J. Brunson set to lead USC’s defense with his position and personality

Thu, August 16, 2018

... picking up where Hayden Hurst left off and assuming leadership roles in the Gamecocks' tight end room throughout fall camp. South Carolina football QB Jake Bentle ...

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[The State] - ‘Every DB plays every position’ in South Carolina’s secondary

Thu, August 16, 2018

... the 2018 season. South Carolina football coach Bobby Bentley talks about the Gamecocks' four running backs - Ty'Son Williams, Rico Dowdle, A.J. Turner and Mon Dens ...

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[The Herald] - T.J. Brunson set to lead USC’s defense with his position and personality

Thu, August 16, 2018

... Zion Williamson. South Carolina football coach Bobby Bentley talks about the Gamecocks' four running backs - Ty'Son Williams, Rico Dowdle, A.J. Turner and Mon Dens ...

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[The State] - He played with two NFL all-pros. He thinks one Gamecock can play the role they did

Thu, August 16, 2018

... quite that big, but at 6-foot-6, 305, he brings easily the most size of any South Carolina interior lineman. Plus he adds an element as a disruptor in the pass rush. L ...

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[Post & Courier] - Sapakoff: Gamecocks try to spin Hayden Hurst loss into a tight end plus

Wed, August 15, 2018

... g in. It’s not about the season opener Sept. 1 against Coastal Carolina. The Gamecocks can win that game with 11 tight ends playing offense. It’s about College Foo ...

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[The State] - Josh Belk already has the attention of one of South Carolina’s most veteran linemen

Wed, August 15, 2018

... ouldn’t be surprised if he shows up on my side pretty soon.” SHARE COPY LINK South Carolina football coach Will Muschamp optimistic that Josh Belk will be cleared to be ...

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[Post & Courier] - For South Carolina's defense, forcing turnovers an emphasis and a strength

Wed, August 15, 2018

... r, he don’t take care of the football the right way.’” That focus helped the Gamecocks lead the SEC and tie for ninth in the country with 28 turnovers last year. I ...

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