USC Soccer Edges Clemson 1-0

The South Carolina men's soccer team (3-3-1) earned a thrilling 1-0 shutout victory over intrastate rival Clemson (1-5-2) in non-conference action at Stone Stadium on Tuesday night in front of a great crowd. Gamecock defender Eric Martinez scored his first goal of the season in the victory and goalkeeper Alex Long collected his fourth shutout of the 2012 campaign.

Watkins Ready For Top 10 ACC Showdown

Clemson sophomore Sammy Watkins says he's looking forward to Saturday's top ten ACC showdown at Florida St. You can watch that game on ABC Columbia at 8 p.m. EST. Click to watch Watkins' pregame comments from Monday.

SEC Suspends Swearinger For Missouri Game

The SEC suspended USC safety D.J. Swearinger for the Missouri game. The suspension is the result of a third quarter hit in the UAB game. The SEC has ruled Swearinger targeted the head or neck area of a defenseless opponent.

Missouri Knocks Off USC Women 1-0

South Carolina sophomore Sabrina D’Angelo earned a career-high nine saves to weather a second half wave of attack, but No. 17 Missouri was able to earn the game-winning goal with two minutes remaining to defeat the Gamecocks, 1-0, Sunday in match that was televised nationally on ESPNU.

Clemson On The Defensive Going Into FSU Game

Clemson's offense sure looks ready for Florida State. The 10th-ranked Tigers' defense? That's anyone's guess after another so-so showing against Furman of the Football Championship Subdivision. Click to watch postgame comments from Clemson defensive coordinator Brent Venables.

Spiller Leads Bills To Big Win Over Chiefs

Former Clemson standout C.J. Spiller scored twice and finished with 123 yards rushing in a 35-17 win in Buffalo's home opener. Spiller, who also had 47 yards receiving, picked up where he left off last week, when he took over for injured starter Fred Jackson and enjoyed a career-best 169 yards rushing in a 48-28 loss against the New York Jets.

History! USC & Clemson Ranked In Top 10

For the first time ever, both USC and Clemson football are ranked in the top 10 at the same time. Today the Gamecocks and Tigers moved up one spot in the latest Associated Press Top 25 college football poll. USC is coming off a 49-6 win at home against UAB. Clemson beat Furman 41-7.

Watkins Shines In Return To Field

The no. 11 Tigers offense is complete with star receiver Sammy Watkins returning from his two-game suspension for his May arrest. In the 41-7 Clemson win over Furman, Watkins had the first rushing touchdown of his career and had 112 total yards.

Clemson Beats Furman 41-7 In Watkins' Return

The Tigers' offense, had to work a bit harder with Sammy Watkins back for their instate rival -- Furman's a 35-mile drive northeast of Clemson -- than when Watkins missed last week's 52-27 victory over Ball State.

Clemson Welcomes Notre Dame To ACC

Wednesday the ACC announced Notre Dame as the 15th member of the conference in all sports but football. The Irish football team will remain independent but play five ACC opponents per season.

DeAndre Hopkins, Ellington Spark No. 12 Clemson

DeAndre Hopkins caught three touchdown passes, Andre Ellington rushed for two scores and Spencer Benton kicked a 61-yard field goal to set an Atlantic Coast Conference record in No. 12 Clemson's 52-27 victory over Ball State on Saturday.

Gamecocks' Home Opener

The #9 ranked South Carolina Gamecocks open their home portion of the 2012 football season. The Gamecocks will play ECU this Saturday, September 8 at 12:21 p.m. at Williams Brice Stadium. What does history suggest for the Gamecocks?

Spurrier Knows Gamecocks Can't Overlook ECU

USC head football coach Steve Spurrier knows all too well not to overlook the team's next opponent. The Gamecocks will host East Carolina as they open their season at home Saturday.

Tigers Have Momentum Heading To Home Opener

The Clemson Tigers will play their first home game since November 12, 2011 when they beat Wake Forest 31-28. This weekend, Clemson plays host to Ball State in Death Valley in their 2012 home opener.

Vanderbilt Heard From SEC Minutes After Game

Vanderbilt coach James Franklin says he heard from the Southeastern Conference office 15 minutes after his Commodores left the field with a 17-13 loss to No. 9 South Carolina. He’s not saying what he was told about the lack of a flag on an obvious pass interference that ended the Commodores’ bid for an upset.


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