South Carolina Gamecocks

The Head Football Coach of the South Carolina Gamecocks Shane Beamer joined Kyle Bailey on Wednesday’s show as he recapped the 2 massive wins in 2 weeks for the Gamecocks and the momentum that the program has now. The conversation started with his emotions in Death Valley late in Saturday’s game against Clemson he said […]

The Head Coach of the South Carolina Football team joined Kyle Bailey on Thursday’s edition of The Clubhouse as he discussed how he is getting ready for year 2 as a head coach, and how he manages the expectations heading into year 2. Shane started by explaining how he gets his team ready with more […]

The Head Football Coach of the Charlotte 49ers joined Kyle Bailey on a Tuesday edition of The Clubhouse as he discussed his overall outlook for the team entering the season, and how they want to gain momentum this year. Things with Will started by looking at how this is the last year the school will […]

The Head Coach of the South Carolina Gamecocks Football Team joined Kyle Bailey on Wednesday’s edition of The Clubhouse as he recapped the Gamecocks spring game, and the expectations heading into year 2. Shane first touched on the Gamecocks spring game as he said after the game he wondered why more teams don’t have the […]

The 2021 Tar Heel football season mercifully came to an end on Thursday afternoon in Bank of America Stadium with a disastrous 38-21 loss to the South Carolina Gamecocks, a team that came in with one of the worst offenses in all of college football. That loss may have been the final time that Sam Howell will suit up in his college football career and, like it seemed happened too often during his three year career in Chapel Hill, he walked away with a loss that he did everything to avoid with his play at the quarterback position. Howell has yet to make his intentions for his future public yet, but if this is it, it's hard not to feel like the Tar Heels weren't able to do enough with the best quarterback in school history.

There's no denying that the transfer portal has changed college football over the last couple of seasons, as college athletics is going through a major overhaul with NIL, the portal, etc. Another major example of that was former Oklahoma QB Spencer Rattler, who entered the season as the presumptive favorite to win the Heisman Trophy and be the #1 overall pick in the 2022 NFL Draft. Rattler was benched during the annual Oklahoma-Texas showdown, and outside a brief stint against Baylor, didn't play much the rest of the way, as freshman QB Caleb Williams guided the Sooners to a 10-2 record, and a berth in the Alamo Bowl. After the season concluded, Rattler announced he was entering the transfer portal, after losing his starting job, and his head coach Lincoln Riely left Norman for Los Angeles, to try and revive the USC program. After roughly 3 weeks of speculation of where Rattler would land, we got that answer last night, as he announced he will be transferring to play at South Carolina. The Gamecocks are currently 6-6 and will compete in the Duke's Mayo Bowl against North Carolina, on Thursday, December 30th in Charlotte. Shane Beamer more than exceeded expectations entering the season, and with the transfer of Rattler, the Gamecocks could be in store for a big season in 2022.  Richard Johnson from the SEC Network, joined Wilson & Norfleet earlier this morning, and when asked about what attracted Rattler to Columbia, Richard replied: If he has eyes on getting to the next level (NFL), and getting to the next level quickly, one decent year in 2022 at South Carolina, against the likes of Georgia, against the likes of Clemson, against some of the teams South Carolina will play next season, will be a rocket booster pack for him.

Amazingly, this weekend is the final weekend of the college football regular season and among the matchups that will headline rivalry weekend will be a matchup between the Clemson Tigers and South Carolina Gamecocks that feels much more competitive than in years past. The Tigers have rebounded from a tough 2-2 start to the season and are now in position to still find their way into a NY6 bowl game, while the Gamecocks will enter the game off a huge upset win over Auburn that makes them bowl eligible in Shane Beamer's first season in Columbia. Not only does Matt Hayes of Saturday Down South, who stopped by with the Mac Attack earlier this morning, believe that the Gamecocks can keep it close, he thinks they have a legitimate chance to pull the upset thanks to Beamer.

The Hall of Fame Head Coach who led the Virginia Tech Hokies to 238 wins during his tenure joined Kyle Bailey on Monday’s edition of The Clubhouse as he discussed the passing of former Florida State coach Bobby Bowden and his son Shane entering his first year as the head coach for the South Carolina […]

The Panthers 1st Round Draft Pick and newest corner Jaycee Horn dropped by the Clubhouse on Tuesday as he talked it up with Kyle Bailey on a multitude of topics just days after being drafted 8th overall.   Jaycee first got into what he learned from his father in former Saints Pro-Bowl Wideout in Joe […]