TUESDAY SPORTS: Remembering Bill McLellan; HS volleyball; Warren earns SoCon honor

*Clemson fans are mouring the passing of Bill McLellan, who served Clemson for over 30 years, including 14 years as Director of Athletics. McLellan died early Monday morning at Greenville (SC) Memorial Hospital. McLellan was 81 years old. McLellan served as Clemson Director of Athletics from 1971-85. During this time Clemson won 34 ACC Championships in nine different sports, including […]

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COLLEGE FOOTBALL: Gamecocks, Tigers, Dawgs win; Furman victorious in Charleston

*At BH Networks Stadium in Orlando, sophomore running back Mike Davis rushed 26 times for 167 yards and three touchdowns as No. 12 South Carolina overcame injuries, four turnovers and a 10-0 halftime deficit to beat UCF 28-25. The Gamecocks played the final three quarters without quarterback Connor Shaw, who suffered a shoulder injury and will miss up to three weeks, according […]

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FRIDAY SPORTS: HS and College Football; 49ers defeat Rams; Braves beat Phillies

*Golden Corner High School Football Friday Night features 96.3 WGOG on the road in Anderson County as we broadcast from Cunningham Stadium at Pendleton High School when the Bulldogs take on the Wildcats from Blacksburg High School. Air-time is 7:00 PM with the Northland Communications Pregame Show. Kick off is set for 7:30 PM. Elsewhere around the region Friday night:  Seneca […]

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THURSDAY SPORTS: Leggett adds volunteer assistant; Extra-innings record set; Martin promotes coach

*Clemson Baseball Head Coach Jack Leggett announced the addition of former Tiger righthander Stephen Faris to the coaching staff as the volunteer assistant on Wednesday. Faris replaces former Tiger first-baseman Michael Johnson, who served as the volunteer assistant for the previous five seasons (2009-13). Faris will assist Associate Head Coach and Pitching Coach Dan Pepicelli with the pitching staff. Faris […]

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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 […]

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