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Look back through South Carolina's football history with 20 interesting facts about the program.
Many SEC fans expect South Carolina to be as pedestrian in 2015 as it was in 2014, but that might not be the case.
Four-star defensive end signee Shameik Blackshear is clear to enroll at South Carolina according to coach Steve Spurrier.
Steve Spurrier was joined by Josh Kendall from The State for a workout and posed shirtless with him afterwards. He's turning 70 on Monday and is still in great shape.
Steve Spurrier has quite the unique golf swing. Check out the video of him teeing off.
The position battle at first-team running back isn't over between South Carolina's Brandon Wilds and David Williams.
South Carolina's defense showed promise during spring practice, but there's still a long way to go according to first-year assistant Jon Hoke.
Kansas safety Isaiah Johnson is transferring to South Carolina for his final year of eligibility.
Marcus Lattimore joined the broadcasting crew during the South Carolina spring game to discuss the state of South Carolina football.
South Carolina's quarterbacks impressed Steve Spurrier during Saturday's spring game.
With South Carolina in the women's Final Four for the first time, former South Carolina wide receiver organized a party in Tampa in the team's honor.
Steve Spurrier wasn't thrilled with his offense's performance in Saturday's scrimmage.
South Carolina took the necessary steps during the offseason to ensure 2015's pass rush would look considerably different than last year's dismal contributions.
Seventeen former Gamecocks worked out for NFL scouts on Wednesday, but the day belonged to tailback Mike Davis, who wowed scouts with a remarkable 40 time.
Nearly 50 years removed from winning his Heisman Trophy, Steve Spurrier is known more as a coach than quarterback, something he's okay with.
The South Carolina Gamecocks extended a scholarship offer to a junior high prospect Saturday whose father played in the NBA and brothers play at Kentucky.
The South Carolina Gamecocks earned a huge commitment from a four-star tailback prospect on Saturday.
South Carolina head coach Steve Spurrier addressed the media Saturday following his team's first closed, intrasquad scrimmage of the spring.
South Carolina DT Dexter Wideman could push for immediate playing time on a defensive line that needs major improvement, but first he needs to start going to class.
Riddled with injuries during his career, South Carolina fifth-year senior and former freshman All-American Mike Matulis will be a key contributor up front in his final season this fall.