After a disappointing regular season USC baseball coach Chad Holbrook has landed on a pretty hot seat. If the Gamecocks don’t go on a major run in the SEC Tournament the Gamecocks will miss the postseason for the second time in three years. That will be a tough pill for fans to swallow, especially considering […]
A USC baseball season that started with a top five ranking and visions of a College World Series run has spiraled into a season of blown leads, painful losses and, perhaps, no postseason bid. Let’s get you caught up on what has happened, where things stand and what could be looming in the not so […]
Will Muschamp and his fellow SEC coaches each took a turn updating their respective teams on a conference call Monday. We’ve got the highlights from that call as well as the audio posted for you below. Only 110 days until the first game of the season!
6-7 Justin Minaya decided on Wednesday to join Frank Martin’s program at USC becoming the fifth member of the 2017 class. Minaya averaged 20 points per game last season and was recruited by Martin to help fill the big guard void left by the departures of Sindarius Thornwell and PJ Dozier.
Today’s press conference at the Quail Hollow Country Club in Charlotte to promote the Belk College Kickoff game between USC and NC State in September took a fiery turn when USC coach Will Muschamp was asked a question regarding last week’s news reports implicating two of his players in a bar fight in Five Points. […]
Both the South Carolina and Clemson baseball teams lost conference series over the weekend, but the Tigers fared far better in this week’s latest collegiate baseball polls. Monte Lee’s Clemson team (34-11, 16-8 ACC) still remains in the top 10 of the three major collegiate baseball polls, which were released Monday. The Tigers came in at No. […]
Clemson and USC carried high expectations into their weekend series but both fell far short from meeting those expectations. The Tigers were swept by North Carolina in Chapel Hill and and the Gamecocks dropped their series against Kentucky at Founders Park, their fifth straight SEC series defeat.
Clarke Schmidt has had tougher moments than we he got the new Monday that his season was over due to a torn elbow ligament. The USC righthander was by his brother’s side in 2015 when he learned he had cancer. Clate Schmidt beat the disease and returned to pitch again for Clemson. Clarke Schmidt has […]
Last weekend was maybe the worst of the season for USC baseball coach, in a season that’s had a lot of low moments for him thus far. He saw his team lose its fourth straight series on a Florida grand slam late in the game, and he also lost his #1 starter Clark Schmidt forever […]
Nothing like a Final Four run to change a perception of a basketball program. USC’s Frank Martin is on top of his world right now with a new contract extension and new high level interest, locally and nationally, in his team, all the result of an historic run to the national semi-finals. The Gamecocks lose […]