David Nance

Ultrarunning and Gamecock Football, is there anything else?

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As I've heard, he's staying in Opelika for his senior season.
Thinking the same thing... That good 'ol SDS proof reading... about as good as the fact checking...
Great QB, Sh*tty taste in "beer" choice.
Clearly jroberts doesn't understand the impact Muschamp and team had in such a short periord of time. to finish with the 26th ranked classed is damn impressive given where the recruiting class was ranked the day Muschamp was announced as HC.
Headline should read "LSU student..." not fan... PLus he's smart enough to be on Jeopardy! so following football may not be a past time of his.
You use the term "writer" loosely, haha!
C'mon Yardcock. Proguy was confused about the whole academics program. He thought that jorts making was a class at every big university system and not just at UF where the school of Jorts is the number 1 program in the world.
Right? I get it, there's been some impressive kickoff returns this bowl season, but would love to see the longest non-kickoff touchdowns as well.
What's funny, the pessimism over Muschamp is all from the media and former team fans. He gets blamed for Auburn's poor defense and he wasn't there a year.
Jahmere Irvin-Sills is from my hometown. Glad to see someone else from there getting out of the hell hole that is Elkton, MD.
LOL! Such fine journalism we have here.
From the local reports, he's going to be ok, just in serious condition at this point. Sadly, trouble has followed him around and there's a good chance his playing days in Columbia are done.
Agree, completely!
The plan, as stated by Muschamp, is to bring a spread, up-tempo offense to the Gamecocks
Roper had a single year as the OC in Florida and never really recruited there. Ellis wasn't "ran off" He went to Southern Miss as the HC. Ellis is a great defensive coach but not so much as a HC. Ellis can recruit, the defenses of the 11-2 years were all his recruits. Bobby Bentley has a big con, as many of the upstate coaches don't care for him much because he was as cocky as they came when he was coaching HS ball.
Exactly right. This kind of crybaby attitude isn't wanted or needed. On top of that, the recruiting from the previous coaching staff has been questionable for the last couple of years. Seemingly recruiting based on star rankings and not talent, so this may be a good thing.
Love him or hate him, Foley is a smart business man.
He's definitely pulling on the heartstrings of the Gamecock faithful with this move. Aside from his sideline attitude, if he can get a great OC and remain, for the most part, hands off on the offensive side of the ball, I would put my faith in him. Look at the defense he created at UF, clearly the strong point of their team this year.
Don't be so sure of Clemson putting an asswhopping on UNC.