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South Carolina Gamecocks Football Tickets - OverviewThe South Carolina Gamecocks play Division I college football for the University of South Carolina in the Southeastern Conference (SEC). The Gamecocks play their home games at Williams-Brice Stadium in Columbia, South Carolina. Steve Spurrier is currently the Gamecocks' head coach.
South Carolina Gamecocks Football Tickets - HistoryThe University of South Carolina's first football season was in 1892.The Gamecocks played in the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) from 1953 until 1970 and won the conference title in 1969. The Gamecocks won the SEC Eastern Division title in 2010. The school has yet to win a national championship, but has been to 16 bowl games. The Gamecocks have more than 25 former players in the National Football League. Their main rivals are Clemson and Georgia. The South Carolina-Clemson rivalry dates back to 1896.
South Carolina Gamecocks Football Tickets - Williams-Brice StadiumThe Gamecocks call Williams-Brice Stadium home. The 80,000-plus seat stadium is located at 1174 George Rivers Road in Columbia, SC. It first opened in 1934 and has been expanded four five times since 1948. The most recent expansion occurred in 1997.
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Top 5 Games of Last Week (9/8/14 - 9/14/14)
Try as they might, other sports just couldn't quite break into the Top 5 this week. The FIBA Finals wasn't anything to write home about, thanks to a resounding US victory, and even as things get down to the wire in the MLB, the newness of the football season is just too overwhelming. #5. Seattle Seahawks at…Read more