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FRIDAY SPORTS: Tigers sting Jackets; Gamecocks host Gators Saturday; Furman heads to Cullowhee

November 15, 2013

TL Hanna’s Martavis Bryant had 176 receiving yards, while Tahj Boyd tossed three touchdowns and ran for another as #8 Clemson rolled over Georgia Tech 55-31 Thursday night. Boyd had the 17th 300-yard game of his career. Boyd left the game in the fourth quarter with a collarbone injury. Doctors say the star quarterback will be…

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THURSDAY SPORTS: Gameday for Tigers; Clemson men go to 2-0; Bobcats snap Celtics streak

November 14, 2013

It’s gameday for the 8th-ranked Clemson Tigers as Dabo Swinney’s club welcomes Paul Johnson and the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets into Death Valley for a Thursday night showdown on ESPN. Kick-off is set for 7:31 PM. It’s the first Thursday night home game at Memorial Stadium since 2002. Clemson is a 13.5 point favorite. ______________________________________________________________________________…

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WEDNESDAY SPORTS: Seneca softballers to sign with Erskine; WMS wins flag football title; Gamecocks come close in Waco

November 13, 2013

Congratulations to Seneca High School softball players Brittany Reynolds and Sydney Smith. Both girls will sign letters of inent Wednesday to play on the diamond at Erskine College. ______________________________________________________________________________ Congratulations also to the Walhalla Middle School Flag Football Intramural squad. They are winners of the double-elimination tournament championship. The team consists of 7th graders Jason…

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TUESDAY SPORTS: Braves relocating; Gamecocks face Baylor; Furman hosts Gardner Webb

November 12, 2013

Baseball’s Atlanta Braves announced Monday that they’re saying goodbye to the city and heading out to the suburbs, leaving Turner Field just 20 years after it opened. The Braves said they will be moving in 2017 to a new $672 million stadium about 10 miles from downtown Atlanta in suburban Cobb County, apparently won over…

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WVU President chosen new leader for Clemson

November 11, 2013

Jim Clements, President of West Virginia University, was chosen Monday to become the new President at Clemson University. Clements’ becomes the 15th president in the history of the instiution. Clements was selected by the board of trustees to succeed James F. Barker, who announced plans to retire in April after serving 14 years as president.…

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MONDAY SPORTS: Tigers, Gamecocks in polls; NFL week 10; Incognito defends himself

November 11, 2013

Clemson and South Carolina had the weekend off from football, but the Gamecocks still managed to move up two spots to 11th in this week’s Associated Press Top 25 poll. Clemson held steady at number eight in the ranking. Alabama has a firm grip on the top spot after an impressive home win over LSU. Florida…

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FRIDAY SPORTS: HS playoffs begin; College hoops get underway; Baylor, Stanford win

November 8, 2013

High School Football playoffs get underway Friday night as Seneca goes to Broome in Class 3A. Pickens is at top-ranked Daniel. Blue Ridge goes to BHP. Greenville will host Wren. In Class 2A, Division 1 Crescent will host Mid Carolina. Powdersville will host Keenan. And the regular season will wrap up for TL Hanna who…

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Jury Deliberating

November 7, 2013

WGOG’s Dick Mangrum reports the jury in teh Stoneledge Townhouse Project trial is now deliberating. Deliberations started shortly after 5:00 PM, Thursday.

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THURSDAY SPORTS: Shaw ‘Golden Arm’ finalist; Ranked teams in action Thursday; Dolphin players defend Incognito

November 7, 2013

South Carolina senior quarterback Connor Shaw has been named one of 10 finalists for the 2013 Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award. Shaw, a 6-1, 209-pound senior from Flowery Branch, Ga., has completed 62.9 percent (122-for-194) of his passes this season for 1,655 yards with 18 touchdowns and just one interception. ______________________________________________________________________________ A couple of big…

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WEDNESDAY SPORTS: Police say Miles not victim of robbery; Local players make HS all-star list; Furman baseball schedule released

November 6, 2013

Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott says it appears earlier information they received about the shooting of former Gamecock running back Kenny Miles turned out to be false. The sheriff also said investigators no longer believe Miles was the victim of a robbery attempt, as they originally said on Monday. Miles was wounded in a shooting…

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