Giles, Gamecocks Part Ways
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) _ Backup tailback Jarvis Giles is leaving
Gamecocks spokesman Steve Fink says that Giles has decided to
The sophomore’s role with the Gamecocks had diminished with the
rise of freshman Marcus Lattimore, who is second in the
Southeastern Conference with 333 yards rushing. Giles had only two
carries for 12 yards this season.
Giles, from Tampa, Fla., saw action in 11 games as a freshman
last season and finished third in yards rushing behind Kenny Miles
and Brian Maddox. Both those players have also gotten more carries
this season than Giles.