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ESPN: New-look South Carolina offense has chance to get big step ahead

Welcome to SEC Country’s Chicken & Waffles, your daily dish for all things South Carolina Gamecocks football, basketball and more. Miss a previous edition? Find every edition of SEC Country’s South Carolina Gamecocks Chicken & Waffles right here. ‘Don’t be surprised’ ESPN’s Alex Scarborough likes what he saw from the South Carolina Gamecocks offense under first-year coordinator Bryan McClendon this spring. “Don’t be surprised if the Gamecocks’ offense takes a big step forward this season,” Scarborough wrote. “Quarterback Jake Bentley having a year under his belt will help, as will the return of receiver Deebo Samuel, but more important there will be a new look to the unit with an emphasis on playing with greater pace.” The Gamecocks return all seven wide receivers who caught passes last season, but have to replace All-SEC tight end Hayden Hurst, who was picked No. 25 overall by the Baltimore Ravens in the 2018 NFL Draft. What a week This past week was eventful for the Gamecocks’ recruiting classes for 2018 and 2019. Four-star prospect and 2019 wide receiver/tight end Traevon Kenion committed to the Gamecocks on April 29, while Texas A&M graduate transfer cornerback Nick Harvey picked South Carolina on May 2. “Harvey, of course, will join the Gamecocks secondary for the 2018 season,” SEC Country’s Hale McGranahan writes. “His playing career at South Carolina will be over when members of the Class of 2019 enroll for class next January.” With Kenion’s pledge, South Carolina’s 2019 class is rated No. 13 in 247Sports’ football recruiting composite team rankings. ‘USC was really good’ Four-star defensive end and 2020 prospect Jacolbe Cowan gets good vibes from the... read more

Ranking South Carolina’s draft-eligible players; 4-star WR ‘looking forward’ to Gamecocks’ new-look offense

Welcome to SEC Country’s Chicken & Waffles, your daily dish for all things South Carolina Gamecocks football, basketball and more. Miss a previous edition? Find every edition of SEC Country’s South Carolina Gamecocks Chicken & Waffles right here. Catching on The South Carolina Gamecocks boast two of the top wide receiver prospects eligible for the 2019 NFL Draft, according to Matt Miller of Bleacher Report. “Deebo Samuel, a redshirt senior, checks in as the No. 4-ranked wide receiver on Miller’s list,” wrote SEC Country’s Hale McGranahan. “Bryan Edwards, who has started every game as a freshman and sophomore, is No. 9. Neither is listed among the top 25 overall prospects.” In 2016, his most prolific season, Samuel caught 59 passes for 784 yards and 1 touchdown, with 6 rushing scores. In two seasons, Edwards is already No. 13 all time in catches at South Carolina with 108, to go with 1,383 yards and 9 touchdowns. The Conway, S.C., native needs 10 more grabs to enter the top 10. Under new management Four-star WR and 2020 prospect Porter Rooks is “looking forward to seeing” what the Gamecocks offense looks like in 2018. “Mainly, just their new offensive scheme and how they’re going to do things with their new offensive coordinator,” Rooks said of South Carolina coach Will Muschamp’s pitch. The 6-foot-1, 180-pound receiver is rated as the No. 26 overall prospect for 2020, per 247Sports. ‘I like the atmosphere’ Four-star defensive end and 2019 prospect Joseph Anderson feels good about South Carolina, both on and off the field. “I like the atmosphere,” the Murfreesboro, Tenn., native told SportsTalkSC’s Phil Kornblut.... read more

2018 NCAA Baseball Tournament: Bracket, schedule, teams, seeds (May 30, 2018)

The 2018 NCAA Baseball tournament will begin on Friday, June 1. Below you can find a full schedule, list of key dates as well as a projected field. Florida is the defending champion, as the Gators beat LSU in the championship series a season ago. A total of 10 SEC teams made the field, the most by any conference. 2018 NCAA Baseball Tournament: Bracket 2018 NCAA Tournament: Teams, schedule for Regioals Gainesville Regional Game 1: No. 1 Florida vs.  Columbia  | Friday, June 1  | 1 p.m.  | WatchESPN Game 2: Jacksonville vs. Florida Atlantic | Friday, June 1  |6:30 p.m.  | WatchESPN Game 3: Loser of Game 1 vs. Loser of Game 2 | Saturday, June 2  |1:00 p.m. Game 4: Winner of Game 1 vs. Winner of Game 2 | Saturday, June 2  |7:30 p.m. Game 5: Winner of Game 3 vs. Loser of Game 4 | Sunday , June 3  |1:00 p.m. Game 6: Winner of Game 4 vs. Winner of Game 5 | Sunday , June 3  |6:00 p.m. Game 7(*if necessary) | Monday , June 4  |1:00 p.m. Palo Alto Regional Game 1: No. 2 Stanford vs. Wright State | Friday, June 1  | 10 p.m.  | ESPN2 Game 2: Cal State Fullerton vs. Baylor | Friday, June 1  | 5 p.m.  |  WatchESPN Game 3: Loser of Game 1 vs. Loser of Game 2 | Saturday, June 2  |6:00 p.m. Game 4: Winner of Game 1 vs. Winner of Game 2 | Saturday, June 2  |11:00 p.m. Game 5: Winner of Game 3 vs. Loser of Game 4 | Sunday , June 3  |4:00... read more
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