SEC Basketball: South Carolina Gamecocks Are Better Than Expected
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The South Carolina Gamecocks played an exceptional game against the No. 25 Baylor Bears and nearly pulled off an impressive upset, but lost 66 – 64. Interestingly enough, the Bears beat out another SEC team, the Tennessee Volunteers, by four […]

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If ever there were a conference tournament that was wide open, it would be this year’s SEC tournament where virtually anyone could walk away with the NCAA tournament automatic bid. Aside from the Florida Gators, no team in the conference […]

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It’s one thing to be Frank Martin with a young team and low expectations. It’s another to be John Calipari with a young team and the supposed best freshman class in the history of college basketball. Still nursing the effects […]

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The South Carolina Gamecocks will enter conference play with a 7-6 record and despite exceeding expectations, they will be disappointed. The Gamecocks failed to close out an early upset over the now No. 9 Baylor Bears and lost a few […]

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The South Carolina Gamecocks started off last season strong. Winning 10 of their non-conference games, Frank Martin’s team needed only an average SEC season from his new team to go to the NIT and get into the talk for a […]

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The SEC Tournament has finally arrived and the first game on Wednesday in Nashville will be between the No. 12 seeded South Carolina Gamecocks and the No. 13 seeded Mississippi State Bulldogs. These teams have split their two regular season […]

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Frank Martin South Carolina

Frank Martin is a brilliant basketball coach, that is the reason the South Carolina Gamecocks were so excited they were able to get him to leave Kansas State and take over their program.  But his first year hasn’t been easy […]

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After losing most of their talent to the NBA draft and graduation last year (and by most of their talent, I really mean ALL of their talent), the Vanderbilt Commodores are playing extremely well. After poor refereeing cost Vanderbilt the […]

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