South Carolina Gamecocks
There is one word that Carolina Panthers fans should be looking for in their team’s final eleven games: FIRE. Okay, let’s use a few more: passion, intensity, anger, and maybe most important, pride.
Death Valley may have meant the death to the Gamecocks chances for a BCS Title. Len Martez talks about South Carolina’s loss vs LSU plus Week Six in the NFL & an injury to one […]
The past 5 days gave us some interesting and disappointing results. Here is a quick look back at some of the more memorable outcomes plus my top 10 in NCAA and NFL and upcoming picks.
Going into this NCAA football season there was a long list of candidates for the prestigious Heisman Trophy award. After the first 2 weeks the list is still long. Here is a look at a few of the leaders.
This is it, today is the day. College football is finally here.
The Drive Wednesday 7-18-12- David Pollack talks with the guys about his favorite to take the title in the SEC, how he thinks Larry Fedora will do in Chapel Hill, and we get his thoughts on the Top 3 best college coaches
CBS Sports Gary Danielson: “I Would Take Georgia, Florida, And Tennessee Over South Carolina This Year.”
The Drive Thursday 7-5-12- Marc asks Gary Danielson to react to the 4 team playoff system and whether we should expect it to expand to 8 teams eventually. The CBS commentator also lays down his predictions for the upcoming SEC season.
Now that the dust has settled on the 2012 NFL Draft, let’s try to answer the 5 most important questions surrounding this years new talent.
Frank Martin “Get Your Tickets To South Carolina Basketball Now Or You’re Going To Be Waiting In A Long Line”
Mac Attack 4/13: New South Carolina hoops coach Frank Martin calls in to talk about why he chose the Gamecocks, why he feels he can win there, why everyone should start caring about South Carolina hoops, and wht he thinks of Spurrier’s recent comments.
After watching Anthony Davis lead the Kentucky Wildcats 67-59 over the Kansas Jayhawks to the NCAA Mens Basketball Championship this past Monday night, I began to think about the Southeastern Conference and their dominance in college sports right now.