Clemson favored by media to win ACC title

The Clemson Tigers find themselves in a familiar spot following the ACC Kickoff.

Gamecocks picked to finish fourth in SEC East

Edwards, Kinlaw named preseason All-SEC

Gamecocks are not Clemson’s ‘little brother’

Saban: ‘I remember a lot’ about 2010 loss to South Carolina

  SEC Media Days brings back fond memories for Spurrier

A’ja Wilson graces cover of SLAM Magazine

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Former Gamecock Coates waived by Minnesota Lynx

  USC men’s basketball team helps homeowner with renovations

  Fireflies giving away $1 million, Friday, as team welcomes one millionth fan

Former Gamecock Silva inks deal with Miami Heat

Cooper leaves Gamecocks, heads for Baylor

Aces’ Wilson named captain for WNBA All-Star Game

  Former Gamecock, NBA player rejoins Gray Collegiate boys’ basketball coaching staff

After winning a second straight state championship, the Gray Collegiate War Eagles are adding another useful resource to their coaching staff as they prepare to defend their title.

Senior trio to rep Gamecocks at SEC Media Days

Three seniors will represent the South Carolina Gamecocks next week for SEC Media Days.

  Alcohol sales policy to remain the same at Williams-Brice Stadium for 2019 season, officials say

University of South Carolina athletics director Ray Tanner announced there will be no change in the alcohol sales policy for Williams-Brice Stadium for the 2019 season.

Gamecocks to host Houston in non-conference action

Team officials have confirmed South Carolina and Houston will square off at Colonial Life Arena on December 8.

Former Clemson offensive lineman Randy Smith dies at 75

Thornwell released by Clippers

  Coroner: Ex-Clemson RB drowned while swimming at Ga. state park

  ’Can’t be a punk and play football’: SC women’s tackle football league scouts new players

  Near accident at grandma’s house leads Lower Richland’s Graves to greatness on track

Mike Williams to hold football camp in Santee

  Lugoff native takes aim at becoming next great SC golfer

For Lugoff native and Coastal Carolina golfer Tyler Gray, moments with his dad created a lifetime love for golf.

  Vikings go with new-look offense for 2019 season

This season, Robin Bacon and the Vikings will shift to a more pass-happy offense.

Newcomers for South Carolina women’s hoops get adjusted to life as a Gamecock

For the last few days, Dawn Staley’s six new additions have been getting accustomed to life with their new program.

  US holds on to defeat England 2-1, advances to World Cup final

After a nerve wracking semifinal, the U.S. Women's national team will play in the World Cup Final.

A’ja Wilson among WNBA players to be featured in NBA 2K20

This year, NBA 2K20 will feature WNBA players in the popular video game.

  Former Gamecocks QB Wright injured in N.C. shooting, officials say

Former University of South Carolina quarterback Anthony Wright was hospitalized after suffering several gunshot wounds, according to police in North Carolina.

  Dutch Fork football star reopens recruitment ahead of senior campaign

Dutch Fork senior Jalin Hyatt announced his decommitment from Virginia Tech via Twitter on Sunday night.

Conway gives key to the city to former UofSC football standout

A former Gamecock standout running back is adding another keepsake to his trophy case this weekend. City of Conway Mayor Barbara Blain Bellamy presented USC legend Marcus Lattimore with a key to the city Saturday. The information comes via a tweet:

Clemson guard suffers torn ACL

Junior Clemson guard Clyde Trapp suffered a torn ACL in the lead-up to Clemson’s trip to Italy for the World University Games next week.

Former Newberry men’s hoops coach Davis takes new role at Winthrop

Dave Davis, the former head coach of the Newberry Wolves men’s basketball team. was announced as the associate head coach at Winthrop on Friday.

US defeats France 2-1, advances to semis in World Cup

The U.S. advances in the tournament and will play England on July 2.

  Blythewood golfer Hargett hopes to make the most of second chance in U.S. Senior Open

This week, Blythewood native Eddie Hargett competes in his second-ever U.S. Senior Open as an amateur.

  Bamberg teen wins Junior Olympic shooting title

Alex Ahlin capture this year’s USA Shooting National Junior Olympic title after defeating Eli Ellis in a shoot-off.

Lower Richland’s Graves named Gatorade S.C. Boys Track Athlete of the Year

On Monday, Tyler Graves was named Gatorade’s South Carolina Boys Track & Field Athlete of the Year.

Airport’s Jamison named S.C. Gatorade Track & Field Athlete of the Year

Rising sophomore Jayla Jamison has been named the girls’ South Carolina Track & Field Athlete of the Year.

  George Rogers Foundation holds Celebrity Golf Tournament, 28th Annual Gala and Auction

Former University of South Carolina star running back, George Rogers, held his 28th annual George Rogers Foundation Gala and Silent Auction.

Former Gamecocks Silva, Bowen receive chance to make NBA squads

One day after the NBA Draft, former Gamecocks Chris Silva and Brian Bowen will get their chance to make an NBA roster.

Williamson becomes No. 1 overall pick in NBA draft; Morant picked second

Two of South Carolina’s most talented basketball players made their way into the NBA spotlight on Thursday night.

Carolina Panthers announce camp schedule at Wofford College

The Carolina Panthers have announced the team’s summer training camp schedule as football season draws closer.

  English: Seeing Williamson, Morant as top NBA Draft picks ‘says a lot about SC basketball’

On Thursday, many basketball fans will watch as two Palmetto State products in Zion Williamson and Ja Morant will hear as their names are called in this year’s NBA Draft.

  Riley ready to return for one last dance with SC State

Former Orangeburg-Wilkinson star Tashombe Riley returns to SC State to play his senior season following injury.

  PGA HOPE provides veterans with free golf lessons as way to rehabilitate

Thanks to a new program here in the Midlands, veterans get a chance to hit the links for free golf lessons.

  George Rogers Foundation to hold Celebrity Golf Tournament, 28th Annual Gala and Auction

The George Rogers Foundation will hold its 28th Annual Gala and Auction on Sunday, June 23. On June 24, they will hold the Celebrity Golf Tournament.

Arch Madness: Blues win 1st Stanley Cup, beating Bruins 4-1

The St. Louis Blues have won the first Stanley Cup in franchise history.

  District to implement clear bag policy for athletic events

Beginning this fall, Lexington-Richland School District Five will now implement a clear bag requirement at all sporting events.

Terry Bowden joins Clemson coaching staff as grad assistant

Former Akron and Auburn head coach Terry Bowden has joined the Clemson coaching staff.

Ex-Oklahoma State basketball coach gets 3 months in prison

A federal judge said the actions by Lamont Evans were “perhaps more egregious” than those of fellow convicted college basketball assistant coaches Tony Bland and Book Richardson.

  Seventh Woods has joined the South Carolina program

The South Carolina basketball roster has gained another member as Seventh Woods will transfer to the program after electing to leave North Carolina.

  Carolina Panthers officially become ‘two states, one team’

Adrian McCrorey says the city of Rock Hill is buzzing after the Panthers officially announced they were moving to town.

Athletics director, former girls basketball coach at Lower Richland announces retirement

On Monday night, Debbie Stroman Wardlaw announced that she was calling it a career via Twitter. The former Lower Richland girls basketball coach has won seven state titles.

Former Tigers RB, former Gamecocks coach among candidates for 2020 College Football Hall of Fame class

Two popular names in Palmetto State college football history will have the chance to be immortalized in the College Football Hall of Fame.

Lightning splits tree in half at U.S. Women’s Open at Charleston country club

A lightning strike split a tree in half at the U.S. Women’s Open at the Country Club of Charleston Friday evening.

SEC revises policy on selling alcoholic beverages at athletic events

The Southeastern Conference is now allowing institutions to determine if they would like to sell alcoholic beverages at their athletic venues.

Kickoff times set for Gamecocks’ first two football regular season games

With less than 100 days until another Carolina kickoff, officials have now released the kickoff times for the Gamecocks’ first two contests of the 2019 season.

  Clemson assistant golf coach says ′ok, I’ll give it a shot,′ qualifies for US Women’s Open

Ultimately, the kids she coaches at Clemson drove her to give it a drive on the links.

  SC siblings help one another stay on par as 1 eyes major golf victory

It's a family affair on the links in the Lowcountry: Palmetto State native Austin Ernst loves competing side-by-side with her brother Drew as the caddie.

Game time set for contest between Gamecocks, Crimson Tide

South Carolina’s SEC opener against Alabama now has a kickoff time.

  High school coach, principal remember 2-sport athlete who died in ATV accident

According to Fairfield Central head coach Demetrius Davis, Christopher Simmons was “an unbelievable athlete and kid” who had a smile that will never be forgotten.

Clemson earns 11th straight NCAA Baseball Tournament bid

For the 11th consecutive time since 2009, the Clemson Tigers have earned a spot in the NCAA Baseball Tournament.

Coastal Carolina defeated ULM 10-6 on Saturday night to advance to the title game

Coastal faces Georgia Southern on Monday

Jubb wins first men’s tennis championship for Gamecocks

Paul Jubb became the first player in program history to win a national title in men’s tennis after defeating Mississippi State’s Nuno Borges.

2 Clemson players lose NCAA drug test appeal, will not play 2019 season

Galloway, Giella and defensive tackle Dexter Lawrence were suspended by the NCAA on Dec. 27 after traces of the banned steroid were found in their urine during a drug test on Dec. 20, officials said.

Season ends for Gamecocks with loss to LSU at SEC tourney

South Carolina fought valiantly to keep their tournament title hopes alive Tuesday night, but the Gamecocks weren’t able to hold off LSU in an 8-6 loss at the SEC Tournament.

  Brand hired as new Irmo football coach

Aaron Brand will take over as the new head football coach at Irmo.

South Carolina: Tax break for Carolina Panthers near passage

South Carolina legislators are expected to clear the final hurdle to giving the Carolina Panthers up to $120 million in tax breaks to move their practice fields and team headquarters out of North Carolina

Report: Auburn gymnast who injured both legs in viral video will start career at Boeing SC

Auburn gymnast Sam Cerio became an internet sensation back in April, but not in the way anybody wants to see their own name recognized

South Carolina women’s hoops to compete in Paradise Jam

The South Carolina Gamecocks women’s basketball team will play in the 2019 U.S. Virgin Islands Paradise Jam.

Tavien Feaster speaks out on Gamecocks, recruiting process

Former Clemson running back Tavien Feaster entered his name into the NCAA Transfer Portal on April 25 and he’s been quiet about his future until he did an interview with SportsTalk on Sunday.

Gamecocks enter NCAA Softball Tournament as No. 2 seed in Tallahassee Regional

South Carolina will once again take aim at winning the Women’s College World Series.

  Midlands training center owners had a hand in preparing Kentucky Derby winner

Although the Kentucky Derby ended in controversy, Travis and Amy Durr were extremely happy with the final result.

Delhomme, Smith highlight 2019 Panthers’ Hall of Honor class

Former quarterback Jake Delhomme and wide receiver Steve Smith are among four players selected to join the Carolina Panthers’ Hall of Honor.

  LOOK: Here’s how you can watch the 145th Kentucky Derby from WIS and NBC Sports

There are a couple of ways you can watch the 145th running of the Kentucky Derby from Churchill Downs on Saturday, March 5.

  VIDEO: Derby Day sights at Churchill Downs

Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs is always a great day for the city of Louisville and its visitors.

Assistant basketball coach who mentioned football program on FBI’s wiretap no longer with Clemson

Clemson assistant basketball coach Steve Smith is no longer employed by the school.

‘Tomorrow is never promised’: UNCC alum, NFL player Larry Ogunjobi honors fallen student

Cleveland Browns defensive tackle Larry Ogunjobi may be a hero to thousands of fans who watch him chase down quarterbacks and break through blockers every Sunday in the NFL, but to Ogunjobi, a person like Riley Howell is the real ‘hero’.

Sprinter breaks Ohio State school record held by gold medalist Jesse Owens

The record time stood for more than 80 years.

Tanner, multiple coaches receive extensions

South Carolina athletics director Ray Tanner received a two-year contract extension on Monday, approved by the school’s Board of Trustees.

UofSC Board of Trustees approve $22.5 million project to revitalize Williams-Brice Stadium in 2020

The University of South Carolina’s Board of Trustees on Monday approved a $22.5 million project plan that will pay for Phase II of a revitalization project of Williams-Brice Stadium, with work set to begin in 2020.