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Nov 22, 2014; Columbia, SC, USA; South Carolina Gamecocks head coach Steve Spurrier reacts to a play against the South Alabama Jaguars in the second quarter at Williams-Brice Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Blake-USA TODAY Sports
The Head Ball Coach may not be the football coach anymore, but he's still involved with the Gamecocks in an official capacity.
On the heels of a 3-9 season and a change in coaching staff, what is the biggest concern for the Gamecocks next fall?
A recap of South Carolina's 2016 National Signing Day recruits.
WIll Muschamp discussed his first signing class at South Carolina with the media on Wednesday.
The first 5 recruits to sign with South Carolina on 2016 National Signing Day.
Breaking down the South Carolina Gamecocks' all-time records against every SEC opponent, and it's not very good. The Gamecocks have a winning record against only three conference foes.
The Gamecocks experienced a big letdown on Monday as one of their top commitments for the Class of 2016 will not be signing with the team.
Jan 16, 2016; Columbia, SC, USA; South Carolina Gamecocks student section sporting a new fathead of new football coach Will Muschamp during the regular season game at Colonial Life Arena. Gamecocks win 81-72 over the Tigers. Mandatory Credit: Jim Dedmon-USA TODAY Sports
Can South Carolina get a much-needed defensive tackle? What must Will Muschamp do to improve South Carolina recruiting in the future? These answers and more.
Recruits are always full of surprises.
Sep 13, 2014; Columbia, SC, USA; Georgia Bulldogs quarterback Hutson Mason (14) scrambles away from South Carolina Gamecocks linebacker Jordan Diggs (42) and defensive end Darius English (5) in the second half at Williams-Brice Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Blake-USA TODAY Sports
Coming off a 3-9 season that featured a boat load of injuries, a flood that created a home game in Louisiana and a mid-season retirement from its coach, there are a lot of places to find concerns for the 2016 season for the South Carolina Gamecocks.
On the day he was hired, South Carolina coach Will Muschamp had 12 recruits committed for this year's recruiting cycle — and not all of those were 100 percent sure about coming on board. Six weeks later as we approach Signing Day, the team is in far better shape recruiting-wise.
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For the third time this week, a South Carolina commit has announced that he won't sign with the program.
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The Gamecocks won their cross-country battle with the Trojans for a two-sport star.
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Evan Hinson, a three-star defensive end/tight end prospect out of Deltona, Fla., is down to South Carolina and USC as his final college choices.
Last season was one to forget for the South Carolina Gamecocks, and part of the reason was a lack of impact players in the Class of 2015. The group was ranked 19th nationally, and ninth in the SEC by 247Sports, but of the 27 players that enrolled, only 13 took the field last season.
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South Carolina's prized QB recruit for 2016 will have his focus on baseball this spring and not football if he wins a starting job on the diamond, according to The State.
South Carolina coach Will Muschamp has rounded out his first staff in Columbia, and he hired another former Florida assistant to do so.
Sep 26, 2015; Auburn, AL, USA; Auburn Tigers defensive coordinator Will Muschamp on the sidelines during the first quarter at Jordan Hare Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Shanna Lockwood-USA TODAY Sports
South Carolina has hired its final assistant coach.
Three-star inside linebacker JaCorey Morris de-committed from the Gamecocks not long after three-star cornerback/receiver Tre Jackson did the same.
When South Carolina hired Will Muschamp in early December, it was a polarizing decision. Six weeks later, there are still skeptics. But even the most jaded Gamecock fans would be hard pressed to find much Muschamp has done wrong since he stepped foot on campus.