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I take a look at the 2014 season for Dylan Thompson.
Miami has a star in running back Duke Johnson, but even if South Carolina can't stop him, the Gamecocks can still come away with a bowl win.
Offensive guard AJ Cann will be on his way to the NFL this spring, so what will the Gamecocks do to replace him?
At the urging of South Carolina athletic director Ray Tanner, coach Steve Spurrier retracted a previous comment on his future that led to uncertainty in the Gamecocks' 2015 recruiting class.
Heading to Shreveport, La. to watch the Gamecocks take on Miami in the Independence Bowl? We have you covered with a guide of where to go and what to do.
Marquavius Lewis of Greenwood, S.C. chose the Gamecocks on Wednesday despite a late push from Auburn.
Recruits shouldn't place such an emphasis on the head coach, because change happens so often at the FBS level now.
South Carolina's 2015 class suffered a major blow Tuesday when four-star DB Mark Fields confirmed his decommittment.
After losing five verbal commits in this year's class, South Carolina's coaching staff is trying to keep together an impressive group currently ranked in the Top 10.
Former South Carolina WR Sidney Rice announced his retirement last summer, but is busy writing the next chapter of his life.
Oft-criticized this season as the director of South Carolina's underwhelming defense, Lorenzo Ward is an essential piece of the Gamecocks' staff as a recruiter.
South Carolina athletic director Ray Tanner doesn't like the thought of life after Steve Spurrier he revealed in a recent interview with The State.
Bowl practices usually are more laid back, and players get time off for Christmas, but especially with Steve Spurrier, they involve a lot of film study.
Playmaking wide receiver Pharoh Cooper will be the focal point of South Carolina's offense in 2015 and he's earned that distinction.
As teams prepare to head to their bowl location, here is how our bowl practices and schedule looked at South Carolina.
Offensive lineman Jozie Milton became the fifth recruiting casualty in this year's class for South Carolina this week, flipping his commitment to TCU.
Current players pay attention to recruiting because these kids are more game-ready now than ever before.
Check out the best plays from South Carolina's record-setting receiver in 2014.
Defense was the Achilles Heel for the Gamecocks in 2014. Steve Spurrier is addressing those concerns with his current 2015 recruiting class.
With Amari Cooper expected to leave for the NFL after this season, it's becoming more apparent that South Carolina's Pharoh Cooper will be the SEC's best wideout in 2015.