Gamecock Clippings / Weekend News on March 14th

Gamecock Clippings / Weekend News on March 14th

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Gamecock Clippings / Weekend News on March 14th

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This Gamecocks Blog likes to keep you up to speed on the latest in news and headlines concerning the University of South Carolina Gamecocks.  Here is some news from the last few days to keep you up to speed.

Gamecock Basketball

Gamecocks’ Horn: ‘Progress has been huge’

Downey era coming to end at USC

Frustration punctuates USC’s lost season

 

Gamecocks Baseball

USC sweeps away Brown; Bradley injured

 

Former Gamecocks

DeAngelo Mack: March 14 diary

Former USC athletes bowl for worthy cause

Munnerlyn on pay boost: It’s a blessing!

Cory Boyd signs CFL deal

 

In other news

Coastal may show up on USC schedules

Young’s civil suit adds to excessive force case

USC golf surges into second

Gamecock Track Posts Top 20 NCAA Finishes.

Kentucky blows out Tennessee for spot in finale

Mississippi State shuts down Vandy in semifinal

  • Former South Carolina catcher Landon Powell is a nominee for the College World Series Legends Team that will be honored at the 2010 College World Series in Omaha, Neb.   The Legends Team will represent those student-athletes who had the best CWS performances in the 60 years the event has been played at Rosenblatt Stadium.  The 2010 CWS will be the last to be played in Omaha’s Johnny Rosenblatt Stadium.  Voting for the CWS Legends Team begins Thursday, March 11 and will run until Noon on Friday, April 16.  Fans are encouraged to vote at http://www.ncaa.com/cwslegends/index.html
  • South Carolina head men’s tennis coach Kent DeMars will be among the 10 inductees to the Collegiate Tennis Hall of Fame on May 26, 2010.
  • Former Gamecock great Mike Dunleavy is out as general manager of the Los Angeles Clippers, barely a month after relinquishing his head coaching duties.
  • Internet rumor that the Miami Heat have expressed interest in Tre Kelley as a possible replacement to Rafer Alston….
  • Former Gamecock Terry Cousin has been hired by the University of South Carolina Athletic Department to serve as a mentor and counselor to football players.  Terry was a standout cornerback and kick returner for the Gamecocks from 1993-96. He finished his four year college career with 203 tackles, 5 interceptions and 258 kickoff return yards. After graduating from USC, Terry went on to play 12 seasons as a cornerback in the NFL.  Terry finished his NFL career with 371 tackles, 6.5 sacks and 13 interceptions. He spent last season working as a sideline reporter for the Gamecock Radio Network.

 

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