Spurrier receives Two-Year Extension

The University of South Carolina Board of Trustees has approved a two-year contract extension for head football coach Steve Spurrier. The contract extension keeps the Head Ball Coach in charge of the Gamecock football program through the 2017 season. Coach Spurrier led the Gamecocks to a 10-2 regular season record in 2012, reaching double-digits in wins in back-to-back seasons for […]

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Clowney unanimous AP All-SEC Selection

University of South Carolina sophomore defensive end Jadeveon Clowney was a unanimous selection to the Associated Press first-team All-SEC squad. Clowney is second in the nation in both sacks (13.0) and tackles for loss (21.5), both single season school records. He is a finalist for the Nagurski, Lombardi, Bednarik and Hendricks awards as well.

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Boyd named ACC Player of the Year

Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd was named the overall Player of the Year and the Offensive Player of the Year in the Atlantic Coast Conference on Wednesday. Earlier Boyd was named first-team All-ACC for the second straight year and is the first Clemson quarterback to be a two-time first-team selection since Steve Fuller in 1977 and 1978. Boyd is the seventh different […]

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Boyd and Freeman named First-Team All-Americans

Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd and center Dalton Freeman have both been named first-team All-American by the American Football Coaches Association.   Both players are the first to make a first-team All-America team at their position in Clemson history. This is just the third time since the American Football Coaches Association began selecting an All-America team in 1945 that the quarterback and center were […]

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Clemson Players named First-Team All-ACC

Clemson had six of the 11 All-ACC players on offense according to the All-ACC team released by the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association on Monday.  The six Clemson players who made first-team were quarterback Tajh Boyd, center Dalton Freeman, wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins, running back Andre Ellington, tight end Brandon Ford and offensive tackle Brandon Thomas. This is the first […]

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Clemson honored for Graduation Success Rate

Clemson is one of 18 schools to be honored by the American Football Coaches Association for its graduation success rate of at least 90%. Each year the AFCA presents an academic achievement award to the school with the highest Graduation Success Rate and announces an honorable mention list. Stanford and Northwestern both recorded Graduation Success Rates of 100% for the […]

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West-Oak Football Coach Resigns

WGOG reports that West-Oak High School head football Coach Jay Brannon has resigned.  Earnestine Williams, Director of Human Resources for the School District of Oconee County confirmed the resignation.  In late October, Brannon’s West-Oak Warriors completed an 0-10 season.  He is expected to remain a teacher at West-Oak High School.  Brannon was the seventh head coach in the school’s history, […]

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Clemson announces 2013 Baseball Schedule

Thirty-six home games, 21 games against 2012 NCAA Tournament teams, and 2 games at Fluor Field in Greenville, highlight Clemson’s 56-game, 2013 regular-season baseball schedule. The Tigers will also play South Carolina in a three-game series at three different sites during the first weekend of March. Clemson will open the season with a three-game series against William & Mary at […]

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Gamecock Baseball Announces 2013 Schedule

The South Carolina baseball team announces its schedule for the 2013 season, which features 29 games against 2012 NCAA Tournament teams as well as 35 home games at Carolina Stadium. The Gamecocks open the season on February 15, hosting a three-game series vs. Liberty.  South Carolina and Clemson will meet for a fourth-consecutive year in a unique three-game setting. The […]

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Seneca Head Coach earns 200 Career Victory

Seneca Head Coach Wayne Green earned his 200-career victory Friday as the Bobcats defeated their cross-county rivals the West-Oak Warriors 57-28.  It was an offensive explosion for both teams, as they combined for 1,330 yards.  The 28 points scored by the Warriors are the most ever by a West-Oak team against Seneca surpassing the 22 points put up by Tom […]

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