COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — Steve Spurrier’s done with talking season. He’s ready to see No. 9 South Carolina live up to the high expectations its dealt with since finishing a third-straight 11-win season a year ago.
Paul Finebaum is one of the most well known personalities in College Football and he joined the guys to discuss the release of his new book, the launch of the SEC Network, and what he expects to happen this season with the new playoff system
The great Phil Steele joined the Mac Attack for his yearly College Football preview as his magazine is soon to be released. He gives us a preview of all the teams in the ACC & SEC and explains why this is Steve Spurrier’s best chance to win the whole SEC at South Carolina
Former Gamecock Corey Miller joined Frank and Yarbs to discuss the Jadeveon Clowney situation in Columbia. Why Miller thinks Clowney should be playing and what can the other defensive players do to pick up the slack.
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) Steve Spurrier still loves to beat North Carolina. He’ll get another chance when the sixth-ranked Gamecocks open the season against the Tar Heels on Thursday night.
Mac Attack: 08/27/13:Former Heels Head Coach John Bunting joined the guys for a very entertaining 10 minutes as he discussed Thursday’s Heels/Gamecocks showdown and he also why he can’t stand Steve Spurrier
He had one of those Jekyll/Hyde afternoons against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Sunday, and it could have been a celebratory one had his Carolina Panthers held on to an 11-point lead with just six minutes to go. They didn’t, but instead of thinking about what might have been, Captain Munnerlyn wants to help his team “just put it all together” and get some wins.
On The Beat With Brett Jensen Hour 2 10-4-12: Brett Jensen talks about the latest controversy involving Gamecocks coach Steve Spurrier and his feud with columnist Ron Morris, and how unlike Mike Gundy, who famously said, “I’m a man! I’m 40! I can’t take it!”, Spurrier obviously can’t take it.
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.