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Past articles by David:

Comeback against Louisiana Tech doesn't erase concerns over South Carolina's offense

In the one week since Kentucky traveled to Williams-Brice Stadium and punched South Carolina in the mouth, it’s been nothing short of a freakout among garn → Read More

South Carolina takes a whipping, and fourth straight loss to Kentucky results

On second-and-2 with roughly 10 minutes to go in the third quarter, South Carolina running back Rico Dowdle took the handoff and was stopped for a gain of → Read More

Shutout loss to No. 2 Texas A&M knocks Gamecocks out of first place in SEC

COLUMBIA — South Carolina held the biggest-swinging team in the SEC in check on Friday night. But it still wasn’t enough for the Gamecocks to maintain their hold on first place in the conference. → Read More

For former Gamecocks star Tiffany Mitchell, all paths led inevitably to the WNBA

COLUMBIA — The first time Dawn Staley ever saw Tiffany Mitchell, it was all there — the speed, the physical fitness, the intensity, the ability to play both ends of the court. She was playing against high schoolers then, but South Carol → Read More

Second day of NFL draft passes with trio of Gamecocks still waiting

COLUMBIA — For a trio of NFL hopefuls from South Carolina, the wait to be drafted will extend into another day. → Read More

USC’s Gene Cone ties hitting streak record, keys comeback victory over Missouri

COLUMBIA — He tied a school record that had stood unmatched for four decades, but that wasn’t even the biggest moment of Gene Cone’s night. → Read More

USC board approves nearly $1 million in improvements to Founders Park

COLUMBIA — South Carolina is adding nearly $1 million in improvements to its baseball facility. → Read More

Meetings, red meat all part of the pre-game routine for Gamecocks

COLUMBIA — Travaris Robinson does not so much address a room as command it. The instant he steps onto the small riser at the front of South Carolina’s defensive meeting room, the gathering becomes less of a pre-game briefing, and more o → Read More

Gamecocks head to Georgia, trying to leave 15-0 Tar Heel trouncing behind

COLUMBIA — Physically, leaving behind their worst loss in nine years was easy enough. South Carolina’s baseball team bused home from Charlotte late Wednesday night, and the next day the Gamecocks were on the road again for a practice at → Read More

A royal blowout in the Queen City: Tar Heels hammer Gamecocks, 15-0

CHARLOTTE — Crowd loyalties were equally divided in the little jewel of a downtown ballpark, with South Carolina garnet stretching down the first-base line, and North Carolina blue extending down the third. If only the numbers on the scoreboar → Read More

WNBA draft begins next step for Gamecocks star Tiffany Mitchell

COLUMBIA — Tiffany Mitchell’s journey from college All-American to professional basketball player begins Thursday night, when the South Carolina senior will likely be selected in the WNBA draft. → Read More

Brandon McIlwain throws for two TDs, runs for another score in spring debut at USC

COLUMBIA — Three hours before kickoff at Williams-Brice Stadium, South Carolina’s quarterbacks sat around a conference table in a meeting room, thick binders open in front of them. Co-offensive coordinator Kurt Roper went over sets and → Read More

Spur of the Moment: Spring game brings important recruiting day for Gamecocks

COLUMBIA — It’s spring game day at Williams-Brice Stadium, where all eyes will be on true freshman quarterback Brandon McIlwain taking his first snaps before a crowd, and trainers will surely be standing by for all the hamstrings likely → Read More

Gamecocks have ‘moved on’ from NCAA’s Selection Sunday blunder

COLUMBIA — The text came at about 6:30 p.m., roughly halfway through the selection show revealing the NCAA Tournament field. It was received by a South Carolina athletics administrator and Andy Assaley, director of operations for the Gamecocks → Read More

Spur of the Moment: Gamecocks were invited to NCAAs ... and then didn’t get in?

COLUMBIA — Wait, so South Carolina was invited to the NCAA Tournament after all? → Read More

Gamecocks quarterback Perry Orth breaks collarbone in spring scrimmage

Injuries are taking a toll on South Carolina’s quarterback competition in spring practice. → Read More

Dawn Staley says “future is bright” for Gamecocks despite stunning loss in Sweet 16

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — It was all there for South Carolina. The No. 2 and 3 seeds in its own region were upset, as was another No. 1 seed in Notre Dame, the Gamecocks’ most likely opponent in the Final Four. A path to a rematch with Connec → Read More

Stunner in Sioux Falls: Syracuse eliminates top-seeded Gamecocks, 80-72

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — Alaina Coates went from teammate to teammate, offering any consolation she could. Khadijah Sessions covered her face with a towel. Tiffany Mitchell sat stone-faced and silent, and if struggling to comprehend what had unfold → Read More

More women’s regionals? Men’s NCAA Tournament? It’s all in the vision for Sioux Falls

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — This weekend might not be the only time the South Carolina women’s basketball team treks to South Dakota for NCAA Tournament regional games. Not if the Sioux Falls Sports Authority gets its way. → Read More

Summerville’s Zack Bailey looks to take next step in first spring practice at USC

COLUMBIA — Zack Bailey is still so new to college football, he’s taking part in his first spring practice. But he’s done so much in such a short period of time at South Carolina, he’s already in position to take on a leade → Read More