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General News. Rutledge Has Unique Experience with In-State Rivalry

Filed under: General News, South Carolina Football — South Carolina Gamecocks News -- www.gamecocksonline.com @ 6:28 pm November 21, 2017
Bill Rutledge lettered in football at both South Carolina and Clemson in the 1940s.

Football. Rutledge Has Unique Experience with In-State Rivalry

Filed under: Football, South Carolina Football — South Carolina Gamecocks News -- www.gamecocksonline.com @ 6:27 pm
Bill Rutledge lettered in football at both South Carolina and Clemson in the 1940s.

General News. South Carolina Athletics Announces Black Friday and Cyber Monday Promotions

Filed under: General News, South Carolina Football — South Carolina Gamecocks News -- www.gamecocksonline.com @ 10:04 pm November 20, 2017
The Gamecock athletics department announced special deals for Black Friday and Cyber Monday for merchandise, gifts, and Gamecock tickets Monday afternoon.

Baseball. Baseball Tabs Meade as Pitching Coach

Filed under: Baseball, South Carolina Football — South Carolina Gamecocks News -- www.gamecocksonline.com @ 8:27 pm
South Carolina has announced the hiring of Skylar Meade as pitching coach for the Gamecocks.

Football. Catching Up with Former South Carolina Kicker Ryan Succop

Filed under: Football, South Carolina Football — South Carolina Gamecocks News -- www.gamecocksonline.com @ 6:49 pm
The last pick in the 2009 NFL draft has been "Mr. Consistent" in his nine-year pro career.

W. Basketball. Radio Affiliates Added for Women’s Basketball

Filed under: South Carolina Football, W. Basketball — South Carolina Gamecocks News -- www.gamecocksonline.com @ 5:40 pm
South Carolina women’s basketball fans in the Rock Hill/Charlotte area will be able to tune in to the Gamecocks’ broadcast this season, as stations in the OTS Media Group have signed on to carry 2017-18 games on Interstate 107.1 HD-2 and 104.1 and 94.3 The Bridge. In Columbia, 107.5 The Game remains the flagship station for Gamecock women’s basketball.

Track & Field. Gamecocks Announce Fall 2017 Signing Class

Filed under: South Carolina Football, Track & Field — South Carolina Gamecocks News -- www.gamecocksonline.com @ 3:44 pm
Head Coach Curtis Frye and the University of South Carolina track & field program are excited to welcome 11 new student-athletes into the Gamecock family. Darren Alfred, Malik Beverly, Logan Carroll, Arinze Chance, Mathilde Coquillaud-Salomon, Ronald Fuller, Quincy Hall, Lissa Labiche, Maryah Nasir, Loic Prevot and Hannah Twine each inked a National Letter of Intent during the fall signing period to continue their academic and athletic careers at Carolina.

W. Soccer. Women’s Soccer To Host Florida Friday In NCAA Quarterfinals

Filed under: South Carolina Football, W. Soccer — South Carolina Gamecocks News -- www.gamecocksonline.com @ 2:49 pm
No. 1 seeded South Carolina women’s soccer will host third-seeded Florida in the NCAA Quarterfinals on Fri., Nov. 24. The match at Stone Stadium is slated for 6 p.m. ET.

W. Soccer. Gamecocks Advance To NCAA Quarterfinals With 1-0 Win Over Santa Clara

Filed under: South Carolina Football, W. Soccer — South Carolina Gamecocks News -- www.gamecocksonline.com @ 11:50 pm November 19, 2017
Senior striker Savannah McCaskill scored on a header in the fourth minute to push South Carolina women’s soccer past Santa Clara 1-0 in the third round of the NCAA Tournament Sunday afternoon at Stone Stadium. The Gamecocks (18-2-1) punched their ticket to the NCAA Quarterfinals for the second-straight year with the win over the Broncos.

W. Basketball. Another Double-Double for Wilson in Win Over Wofford

Filed under: South Carolina Football, W. Basketball — South Carolina Gamecocks News -- www.gamecocksonline.com @ 11:16 pm
A'ja Wilson kept her double-double streak going with 16 points and 13 rebounds to lead No. 4 South Carolina to a 94-60 win over Wofford on Sunday. It looked early like the senior all-American might have her first game this season without at least 10 points and 10 boards, but she and the Gamecocks (4-0) shook off a slow start. In the first three games, South Carolina had only trailed for 1:32. But the Terriers (1-2) came out shooting hot and led for more than eight of the game's first 15 minutes
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