After a painful defensive outing against Georgia last week, South Carolina co-defensive coordinator Lorenzo Ward announced several changes to the starting lineup following practice Thursday afternoon.
South Carolina practiced for two hours Wednesday afternoon on its new practice fields in preparation for Saturday’s (noon, ESPNU) game against UCF.
Offensive lineman Pete Leota (6-5, 307) of Asheville, N.C., announced a commitment to South Carolina on Thursday, choosing the Gamecocks over Virginia Tech.
The South Carolina football team learned Monday its game at Missouri on Oct. 3 will kick off at noon.
South Carolina will host UCF at noon on Sept. 26, it was announced by the SEC on Monday.
South Carolina linebacker Skai Moore was selected as the SEC’s Defensive Player of the Week, it was announced Monday.
Defensive back J.J. Givens of Mechanicsville, Va., committed to South Carolina in June following a camp visit, and he said the commitment remains in place.
As the South Carolina football team makes final preparations for its season opener against North Carolina, co-defensive Jon Hoke offered up a few pieces of news following practice Tuesday afternoon.
Wide receiver Diondre Overton of Greensboro, N.C., won’t make his college decision anytime soon. He said he plans to wait until the Semper-Fidelis All American Game on Jan. 3 to reveal his choice.
Following practice Thursday, South Carolina wide receivers coach Steve Spurrier Jr. confirmed redshirt freshman Shaq Davidson injured his knee and will be out indefinitely.
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