The South Carolina football team is set to take a big step next month toward preparing for the upcoming season.
The University of South Carolina is bracing for the financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, and its most prominent staff members have agreed to pay cuts to help soften the blow.
Two of the state’s top prospects in the 2021 class have adjusted their commitment plans.
Clemson broke its recruiting protocol earlier last week with an offer to 2023 cornerback Avieon Terrell (5-10, 165) of Atlanta, but the parties know each other well, and that’s why Clemson head coach Swinney signed off on an offer to a freshman.
Four-star linebacker Trenilyas Tatum (6-2, 208) of Jonesboro, Ga., said last week he was closing in on a commitment, with South Carolina, Louisville and Georgia Tech as his top three schools.
After waiting perhaps a little longer than he would have liked, former Clemson wide receiver Tee Higgins has his new team — and he’ll get to keep wearing orange, too.
Shooting guard Devin Carter (6-4) of Duval, Fla., announced a commitment Friday afternoon to join head coach Frank Martin’s South Carolina men’s basketball program.
Following the departure of Bryan McClendon to Oregon last week, South Carolina head football coach Will Muschamp announced a new hire and shuffled staff duties on Friday.