Monthly Archives: May 2011

Welcome Back Ol’ #5 and Other Tusings

Stephen Garcia has been cleared to work with the USC football team this summer, and this is good news for South Carolina fans, and even better news for bloggers, radio show hosts and other media types who fashion themselves as … Continue reading

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We Salute the Innovation on The Plains

Give credit where credit is due, I always say. So as I look back over the course of the last few years of SEC football, one dominant theme sticks out: Auburn University Innovates. Auburn sets new standards both on and … Continue reading

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Tell Me Its True! #teamgarcia

PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE

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TRC FAKE EXCLUSIVE! Hyman’s Requirements for Garcia Reinstatement

This week the HBC and Co. made the rubber chicken circuit around the state, but with a twist: no rubber chickens (other than yours truly in Gville) and lots of sweaty kids. Bunches of Fun, despite the confusing information coming … Continue reading

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Ranking Gamecock Opponents by Mascot Ferocity and Other Tusings

Proving people will read about and discuss just about anything football-related (guilty as charged), a couple of new “lists” have been released this week:  the top 20 football players USC will face (subscription required, thanks again The State) and the … Continue reading

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Day Late and Dollar Short Tusings (Wusings?)

Tusings have become Wusings (shorter and a day late) this week due to a hectic work week, but here are some things that have crossed our minds: The much and oft-maligned Stephen Garcia graduated from college last week, which is more … Continue reading

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Just Say No to Russell Wilson and Other Tusings

Over the weekend we learned that Russell Wilson had been released from his scholarship at NC State and essentially is now a college free agent.  The two schools being tossed around pretty consistently as possible transfer destinations are South Carolina … Continue reading

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