Articles in Regional Sports
Baseball great Yogi Berra has uttered many pearls of wisdom during his more than 80 years on earth.
Blake Taylor has long gotten used to the pause from those he’s just met, then the flash of recognition in their eyes as they ask if he’s the lanky right-hander who helped pitch South Carolina baseball to its biggest success against longtime rival Clemson at the 2002 College World Series.
South Carolina picked up some recruiting momentum late last week with commitments from two of its top targets, while Clemson continued its recent hot streak by picking up a pair of pledges of its own.
University of South Carolina linebacker Rodney Paulk has been granted a sixth year of eligibility, it was announced today. Paulk will be donning the Garnet and Black for a fifth season in 2010, then will have the opportunity to return for a sixth season in 2011.
Five members of the Clemson baseball team were taken during the first two days of the Major League draft, which opened Monday night.
Baseball is a funny game.
Offensive lineman Brandon Shell (6-7, 310) of Goose Creek last week reduced his list of nearly 30 offers down to a final five.