Austin Helps Furman Finish Off Wofford, 69-65

Senior Bobby Austin’s three-pointer with 17 seconds left closed the door on a Wofford comeback as Furman topped the Terriers, 69-65, in Southern Conference men’s basketball action Monday night on YP.com Court at Timmons Arena. The win snapped a six-game losing streak for the Paladins and improved Furman to 4-11 overall and 1-3 in SoCon play. Wofford dropped to 7-10 […]

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DeAndre Hopkins to Turn Professional

Clemson All-America receiver DeAndre “Nuk” Hopkins, who caught at least one touchdown pass against all 12 FBS opponents the Tigers played in 2012, has decided to forego his senior year and will enter the 2013 NFL draft. Hopkins told his teammates at a team meeting late Thursday afternoon. “It is tough to leave because this is my home, this is […]

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Boyd to Return for Senior Year at Clemson

Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd announced Wednesday that he will return to program for his senior year. Boyd has quarterbacked the Tigers to consecutive seasons of at least 10 wins, a first for the program since the 1987-90 era when Clemson had four straight 10 win seasons. Clemson had an 11-2 record this year, the program’s highest win total since 1981. […]

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Tigers fall to top-ranked Duke

Clemson scored just 10 points in the first half, its lowest output in 12 years, as No. 1 Duke ran away to a 68-40 victory over the Tigers on Tuesday at Cameron Indoor Stadium. Duke improved to 15-0 with the win, 2-0 in the ACC. Clemson fell to 8-6 overall, 0-2 to start league play. The 28-point margin was Clemson’s […]

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Gamecocks Defeat Bulldogs 80-69 In Final Non-Conference Contest

In their final non-conference contest of the year, South Carolina (10-3) defeated South Carolina State (4-10) 80-69 on Saturday afternoon at Colonial Life Arena. Four Gamecocks reached double figures in the effort, with senior forward Lakeem Jackson tallying 16 to lead the way. Jackson’s 16 points equaled a season-high and the forward grabbed eight boards as well. Earning his second start […]

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Shaw and Cooper Have Successful Surgeries

South Carolina junior quarterback Connor Shaw and redshirt freshman linebacker Cedrick Cooper underwent successful surgeries Friday, according to the Gamecocks’ team physician, Dr. Jeffrey Guy. Shaw, a 6-1, 207-pounder from Flowery Branch, Ga., had surgery on his left foot, which he originally injured during the October 27 game against Tennessee. He aggravated the injury in the Outback Bowl win over Michigan […]

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Reed Named Clemson Defensive Backs Coach

Mike Reed, most recently the defensive backs coach at NC State the last six years, has been named Clemson defensive backs coach. Head Coach Dabo Swinney made the announcement Friday. He replaces Charlie Harbison, who resigned at the end of the regular season to become an assistant coach at Auburn. Reed has been an assistant coach at the college level for […]

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LaShay Page Ineligible for Gamecocks

Senior guard LaShay Page, a post-graduate student from Dillon, S.C., will not compete with the South Carolina men’s basketball team for the remainder of the 2012-13 season due to an academic eligibility issue. Page saw action in nine contests for the Gamecocks this season, posting 11.7 points and 3.3 rebounds per game. He recorded two 20-point scoring games, including a season […]

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