SEC commish: League not at point of conference-only schedule

The SEC held a meeting with all 14 of the conference’s athletic directors Monday in Birmingham, Ala., to discuss the upcoming season, and commissioner Greg Sankey joined the Paul Finebaum Show to provide an update.

Stephen Curry honors Breonna Taylor with custom shoes at celebrity golf tournament

Clemson announces six more positive COVID-19 cases among student-athletes, staff

Benedict football season on hold as SIAC suspends fall sports

CIAA to suspend 2020 fall sports season due to COVID-19

Report: ACC expected to play only conference games, Notre Dame in rotation

Special Olympics cancels SC Fall Games due to COVID-19 pandemic

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USC’s Campbell Signs Free-Agent Deal with Brewers

Alumni aim to save Winthrop tennis teams after board of trustees approves removal of programs

Former UofSC athletics director Dixon passes away at 83

  SC high school football coaches come up with recommendations regarding 2020 season

McMaster: No high school, college football until COVID-19 cases go down

Lexington districts become latest in Midlands to suspend summer workouts due to COVID-19

  Season canceled for Columbia Fireflies, other Minor League Baseball teams

Minor League Baseball announced Tuesday that Major League Baseball would not provide Minor League affiliates with players, which ultimately forced the 2020 season to be canceled.

Cam Newton says farewell as he joins new team: ‘I never once wanted to leave Carolina’

Former Carolina Panther Cam Newton is saying “farewell” as he joins the New England Patriots, but says he never really wanted to leave Carolina.

‘What a special time’: Tanner reflects on Gamecocks’ 2010 national title on 10-year anniversary of championship game

It doesn’t seem that long ago when South Carolina brought home their first College World Series title.

Report: Patriots fined, lose draft pick for videotaping Bengals

The punishment handed down to the Patriots includes fines and the loss of a 2021 draft pick.

Source: Patriots sign QB Cam Newton to replace Brady

  SCSU coach Garvin became ‘numb’ to prejudice, seeks societal change

Clemson updates latest on active COVID-19 cases in athletics

Morehouse College cancels all Fall athletic events, honoring scholarships

Chipotle CEO issues statement on incident involving NFL player, Dillon County native Darius Leonard

NASCAR releases photo of ‘noose’ found in Bubba Wallace’s garage

Clemson City Council passes emergency ordinance requiring masks in public places

The Clemson city council voted unanimously Wednesday night to approve a citywide ordinance that would require face coverings in public areas to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

  South Carolina high school sports addresses safety precautions amidst coronavirus outbreak

The Accelerate ED Task Force has left it up to the South Carolina High School League to address the state’s safety guidelines for athletic practices and games.

Clemson athletes, staff testing positive for coronavirus reaches double-digits, official says

More Clemson University athletes have tested positive for coronavirus, according to Jeff Kallin, the school’s associate athletic director.

South Carolina alumni call for renaming of Strom Thurmond Center

Former athletes are sharing their support for a petition calling for the name change.

Gamecocks select Bailey as new assistant men’s basketball coach

Will Bailey has been hired as the newest assistant basketball coach for the South Carolina men’s basketball team.

Gamecocks’ Harris named 2020 SEC Female Athlete of the Year

Before Tyasha Harris suits up for her first WNBA game, she’ll take home one more honor from the Southeastern Conference.

Two Tigers, former Gamecocks’ coach among candidates for 2021 College Football Hall of Fame class

Three names synonymous with college football in the state of South Carolina are on the ballot for the College Football Hall of Fame.

Dale Earnhardt Jr. elected as first-ballot NASCAR Hall of Famer

Dale Earnhardt Jr. has been elected as a first-ballot inductee in the 2021 NASCAR Hall of Fame class.

Clemson football organizes “A March for Change” protest for Saturday

The Clemson football team will march in peaceful protest Saturday on campus in what the team is calling "A March for Change."

Clemson football players, basketball player test positive for COVID-19, official says

Two Clemson football players and one men's basketball player have tested positive for COVID-19, the university confirmed Friday.

3 Clemson athletes test positive for COVID-19

2 football players and 1 basketball player test positive

Gamecocks pitcher Mlodzinski lands in first round of MLB Draft

South Carolina baseball pitcher Carmen Mlodzinski was selected in the supplemental first round with the No. 31 overall pick by the Pittsburgh Pirates on Wednesday night during the first day of the MLB Draft.

NASCAR bans display of Confederate flag from all events, properties

NASCAR is prohibiting the display of the Confederate flag at all events and properties.

Panthers remove statue of Jerry Richardson outside Bank of America Stadium

Richardson founded the team but his tenure ended in disgrace with allegations of misconduct from team employees.

SEC Media Days to take place virtually for the first time ever

The Southeastern Conference has announced SEC Media Days will take place virtually this year for the first time ever.

Swinney addresses coach’s use of racial slur, social injustice among other topics in video message

Nearly one week after a Clemson assistant football coach released a statement regarding the use of a racial slur during practice, Tigers head coach Dabo Swinney spoke to that matter among other issues impacting his program.

  Muschamp: ‘Actions are what we need’

South Carolina football coach Will Muschamp was not particularly vocal on social media in the two weeks since the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minn.

Gamecocks drop sponsor after CEO’s insensitive comments

The University of South Carolina athletics department has cut sponsorship ties with CPI Security after a email response reveled company CEO Kenneth Gill’s insensitive comments about social injustice after North Carolina protests.

Hornets, Knights follow Panthers in ending partnership with CPI Security after CEO’s protest remarks

The Panthers ended their relationship with CPI Security on Saturday. North Carolina State, South Carolina and the Hornets followed suit on Sunday.

South Carolina football team joins protests in Columbia

South Carolina football players, led by head coach Will Muschamp and his wife, Carol, were seen marching as peaceful protesters through The Vista in downtown Columbia on Friday afternoon.

Drew Brees takes to social media to apologize for comments on protests

New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees has taken to social media to apologize for comments he made regarding protests of the National Anthem.

Drew Brees’ comments about kneeling during national anthem anger fellow players

New Orleans Saints Quarterback Drew Brees said he will continue his stance against players who kneel during the national anthem before NFL games.

Clemson assistant Pearman apologizes for using racial slur

Incident was brought to light by former player

  'I was shocked’: Gamecocks’ Martin reveals he tested positive for COVID-19 in May

On Tuesday, South Carolina men’s head basketball coach Frank Martin revealed he tested positive for COVID-19 in May.

  Gamecock coach Martin reacts to protests, shares message of love

Following George Floyd’s death in police custody, Gamecock men’s head basketball head coach, Frank Martin, picked up the phone to call a longtime friend.

South Carolina men’s basketball assistant coach Clark announces retirement

Perry Clark, an assistant coach with the South Carolina men’s basketball team, announced his retirement on Monday.

Clemson WR Ross ruled out for season with upcoming surgery

Clemson junior receiver Justyn Ross is set to have surgery for a congenital fusion in his back and spine Friday in Pittsburgh.

Sessions looks to add fire, passion to Ridge View boys’ championship hoops program

When it comes to basketball, Khadijah Sessions has a resumé that aficionados who love the game would be proud of.

  SCHSL allows limited training, workouts for student-athletes during the summer

The South Carolina High School League announced Thursday that its member schools will be allowed to conduct workouts and training during the summer.

  Blowfish baseball stresses safety first when sport returns in July

On July 1, the Lexington County Stadium opens its gates to fans to enjoy Blowfish baseball. But things will look different.

Clemson football, basketball to return for workouts June 8

Clemson football and men’s and women’s basketball student-athletes are set to return to voluntary activity beginning June 8.

  Local golfer embarks on marathon outing to raise money to fight cancer

A local high school golfer tees up to beat cancer.

NASCAR all alone on motorsports biggest day of racing

The Monaco Grand Prix has been canceled.

Tanner addresses procedures, guidelines for student-athletes returning for Gamecocks’ voluntary workouts

Just hours after the Southeastern Conference announced they would allow student-athletes to return to campus for in-person voluntary workouts, South Carolina athletics director Ray Tanner spoke to reporters via video conference to detail what that procedure would look like for the Gamecocks.

SEC announces in-person voluntary workouts for student-athletes to resume in June

On Friday, the Southeastern Conference announced teams will be allowed to resume voluntary in-person workouts beginning June 8.

UofSC president, highest-paid coaches among those to take voluntary pay cut starting in July

The University of South Carolina has announced that President Bob Caslen and the school’s three highest-paid coaches are among those who will have volunteered to have their pay cut by 10% starting in July.

Former Gamecock Jeffery gives back to high school alma mater by paying for senior posters

When seniors at Calhoun County High arrived on campus to check in supplies to end the school year, they were in for quite the surprise.

Furman University discontinues baseball, men’s lacrosse due to COVID-19 impact

Furman University is discontinuing its baseball and men’s lacrosse programs which is one of many steps the college is taking to address the financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Private schools, Diocese of Charleston sue S.C. High School League

Four private state high schools and the Diocese of Charleston are part of a lawsuit filed Monday against new South Carolina High School League rules the schools call discriminatory.

Dawn Staley asks fans to send cards to her sister recently diagnosed with leukemia

Gamecock Women’s Basketball coach Dawn Staley has a special request for fans.

NASCAR to reopen season in Darlington with unique changes, without fans in attendance

When Kerry Tharp was contacted by NASCAR officials about restarting their season in Darlington on May 17, he joked that he didn’t have anything on his schedule that weekend.

Final preparations underway as NASCAR revs back up at Darlington Raceway

The checkered flag will be waving on Sunday the Darlington Raceway, but there are several things that will set this NASCAR race apart from those in the past.

  ‘Drastically different’: Drivers, NASCAR teams prepare for first race back under COVID-19 restrictions

Racing returns to Darlington on Sunday for the first NASCAR Cup Series race in nearly two months after it was put to a halt due to the coronavirus pandemic.

NASCAR to honor COVID-19 frontline heroes at first race back at Darlington Raceway

NASCAR is dedicating its first race back to healthcare workers who have been on the frontlines of the COVID-19 battle.

Carolina Panthers face Super Bowl champs, former head coach in 2020 season

The Carolina Panthers will start their season facing the Las Vegas Raiders at Bank of America Stadium.

LSU grad becomes first female MLB hitting coach

LSU graduate Rachel Balkovec, has become the first-ever female full-time hitting coach in Major League Baseball, or MLB, is using this time to help others.

  Staley: Gamecocks could face Oregon in women’s hoops to start next season

Since college basketball was abruptly ended due to COVID-19, many fans have wondered who would have won if South Carolina and Oregon played for the national championship.

Dawn Staley joins ‘WIS Today’ to discuss SEC Network special on Gamecocks

If you’re wondering how Dawn Staley will be celebrating her 50th birthday, chances are she’ll be in front of her television watching the SEC Network special, “For The Culture.”

  WIS TODAY: Dawn Staley discusses SEC special ‘For the Culture’ special airing on SEC network

What made the #1 ranked team in the country the best & set them apart from all the rest?

NFL Player, North Charleston native sponsoring food giveaway

When Fort Dorchester alum Carlos Dunlap realized he would not be able to host his annual youth football camp because of the pandemic, he decided he still wanted to give back to the community.

Former Gamecock Asia Dozier tabbed as Cardinal Newman head girls’ basketball coach

Cardinal Newman has named former South Carolina guard Asia Dozier as their next girls’ head basketball coach.

South Carolina adds four-star linebacker commitment

Trenilyas Tatum is now the highest-ranked member of the Gamecocks’ class.

CPL delays start of season, Lexington Co. Blowfish to begin play on July 1

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Lexington County Blowfish will have to wait to take the field.

NFL cornerback, former Clemson star tweets after arrest in York County

Breeland was booked into the York County Jail just before 1:30 p.m., on charges that include driving without a license, driving with an open container of alcohol, possession of marijuana and resisting arrest.

  Potential economic crisis could impact college scholarship offers

The final whistle for spring sports in South Carolina sounded earlier than most hoped because of COVID-19. Looking ahead, the high school sports calendar, like the academic one, remains uncertain.

T.J. Brunson comes off the board

Linebacker T.J. Brunson was selected with the No. 238 pick overall in the seventh round of the NFL Draft.

D.J. Wonnum drafted by Minnesota

The South Carolina edge rusher D.J. Wonnum was the No. 117 overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft on Saturday.

Clemson’s Muse taken in third round by Raiders in the 2020 NFL Draft

The Las Vegas Raiders have picked Clemson defensive back Tanner Muse in the third round of the 2020 NFL Draft.