USC RB commitment Marshawn Lloyd announced this week on Twitter that he will not finish this semester at Dematha Catholic in Hyattsville, MD because the school does not allow for December graduation, and he wants to graduate early so he can enroll at USC in January. Lloyd actually lives in Delaware and commuted every day for school at Dematha. He
USC could stand to add a little punch to its offense next season and the Gamecocks are looking at former Nebraska receiver Miles Jones (5-8 175) as a possibility. Jones spent the past two seasons with the Cornhuskers. He redshirted in 2018 after having shoulder surgery, and this season he played in four games before deciding to transfer. The native
USC football coach Will Muschamp Wednesday made his weekly appearance on the SEC conference call. Spoiler alert. There were no questions regarding his job security. The call was held prior to the statement released Wednesday afternoon by university president Bob Caslen. But there were questions about injuries, and most notable was the news receiver Bryan Edwards had a knee scope
There will be no change in the head football coaching position at USC for 2020. That’s the statement released Wednesday afternoon by USC president Robert Caslen. After a flurry of interviews with newspapers around the state which led to questions about Muschamp’s status, Caslen took the step Wednesday to squash all of that talk, and to apologize for his confusing
Clemson has one running back committed for the 2021 class in Phil Mafah and the Tigers are looking at taking a second in Will Shipley of Matthews, NC. Clemson offered Shipley in July and he made his first visit for a game when the Tigers hosted Texas A&M in September. He was back last Saturday for the Wake Forest game.
Longtime USC commitment DT Makius Scott of Gainesville, GA took an official visit to Oregon last weekend but it doesn’t appear the trip to the Northwest was enough to shake him from his pledge. Scott’s coach, Heath Webb, said he talked with Scott briefly during a workout Tuesday and came away from the conversation with the expectation that Scott will
South Carolina’s struggles at the foul line and from behind the 3-point line led to its first loss of the season, falling to Boston University 78-70 at Colonial Life Arena, Tuesday. South Carolina (3-1) led by as many as six points late in the first half but were outscored 43-32 in the second half. The Gamecocks hit just 1 of
Clemson’s spot in the College Football Playoff rankings is unchanged from last week. The Tigers are ranked third behind no. 1 LSU and no. 2 Ohio State in the rankings released Tuesday. Clemson has moved from fifth in the initial rankings up to third after running roughshod over its last several opponents including a 52-3 blowout of Wake Forest.