Monthly Archives: September 2010

We’re Still Not Over It

And you know what I’m talking about. Since Saturday I have had numerous conversations with Gamecocks fans. I’ve read several articles in print and on the internet. I’ve listened to post-practice comments from the coaches and players. And we here … Continue reading

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The Maddox Jump

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Post-Auburn Stream of Consciousness Reflections

Did you think you’d get through a Gamecock football season without a dagger to heart or five like that gameSaturday night? Sucker. Or newbie. Here are some random musings on what I saw Saturday night: Stephen Garcia should still be … Continue reading

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SC – Auburn, A Graphic Explanation (Ellis Johnson’s Hat Edition)

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Banal Gameday Predictions – Auburn

Buck says-USC 27, Auburn 23. I really couldn’t have less of a clueabout this game. I have no feel for how good either team is at this point. Two weeks ago I would’ve probably saidCarolina winsand feel pretty confident about … Continue reading

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Randall Cobb Really Loves Cheesy Biscuits

Defensive Coordinators around the Southeastern Conference have struggled to contain University of Kentucky WR/QB/RB/Superman Randall Cobb for a couple of years now. The answer is now apparent: the man is powerless against Red Lobster Cheesy Biscuits. His twitter feed tells … Continue reading

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The Quarter-Season Report

Hard to believe, but with the third game now in the books, the 2010 football regularseason is 1/4th done. I’m hoping that the season is actually only 3/14ths over, if you take my meaning, butits nice to still have that … Continue reading

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Remembering Kenny

Over the next days and weeks a lot of people will be recounting their memories of Kenny McKinley, and deservedly so. They’ll talk about the slant routes against Tennessee.  His first career touchdown catch against Arkansas. His touchdown throw to … Continue reading

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God Loves the Auburn Tigers . . . and Hates C.T.U.

Im a Presbyterian. That may be a strange way to start a blog post about college football, so let me explain. Presbyterians have been accused of giving very little credence to the idea of free will, opting instead to attribute … Continue reading

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