WEDNESDAY SPORTS: Remembering Paul Dietzel; Bryant punished; So-Con’s oldest rivalry renews this weekend

*Fans in Baton Rouge, LA and Columbia, SC are mourning the passing of former LSU and South Carolina football coach Paul Dietzel, who died early Tuesday at age 89. Dietzel coached LSU from 1955-1961. His 1958 team won the National Championship after beating Clemson in the 1959 Sugar Bowl. After leaving Baton Rouge, Dietzel spent time at Army before becoming […]

Read more

WEDNESDAY SPORTS: Braves drop two to Nationals; Clemson baseball begins Fall practice; Tigers head to Raleigh

*Washington Nationals baseball returned Tuesday, one day after the team’s game against the Atlanta Braves was postponed because of the nearby Washington Navy Yard shooting. The vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff greeted players in the Nationals clubhouse before the game, and handed out Navy caps that manager Davey Johnson and his players held over their hearts during […]

Read more

MONDAY SPORTS: Tigers hold steady, Gamecocks up one in AP poll; Sunday’s NFL Scores; Braves lose

*Clemson had the weekend off, and the Tigers ranking in the latest AP poll held at number three. South Carolina’s 35-25 win over Vanderbilt Saturday night moved them up one spot to 12th in this week’s ranking. The Tigers (2-0) will open ACC play Thursday night on the road against N.C. State. The Gamecocks (2-1, 1-1) are off this week. […]

Read more

Gamecocks, Paladins win; ‘Bama holds on to beat Aggies

At Williams-Brice Stadium in Columbia, the South Carolina Gamecocks scored on their first-four possessions as Connor Shaw threw for three touchdowns and Jadeveon Clowney forced a third-quarter fumble Saturday night to aid in a 35-25 win over SEC East foe Vanderbilt. The win was the 13th straight at home for the Gamecocks, who are tied with Georgia for the second-longest active streak in the […]

Read more
1 17 18 19 20 21 35