South Carolina Football
The University of South Carolina Gamecocks football team is a member of the NCAA Division I FBS and competes in the Southeastern Conference’s Eastern Division.
South Carolina began playing football in 1892 with a game against Furman. That same year the Gamecocks began wearing garnet and black uniforms.
The Gamecocks first won the SEC East crown in 2010 and played in the SEC Football Championship Game against Auburn.
The official home of the South Carolina Gamecocks football team is GamecocksOnline.com.
Steve Spurrier is the head football coach of the University of South Carolina Gamecocks football team.
The University of South Carolina is a public, co-educational university located in Columbia, South Carolina. The University of South Carolina was established in 1801 and has a current enrollment of 27,000 students. The official academic website of the University of South Carolina is sc.edu.
South Carolina Football Gameday Central is an informative, interactive website with South Carolina Gamecocks football information featuring traffic maps and directions, Williams-Brice Stadium parking and tailgating information, and South Carolina Gamecocks Gameday activities.
The South Carolina Gamecocks home football stadium, Williams-Brice Stadium, opened in 1934. Williams-Brice Stadium has since grown to an official capacity 80,250.
There are many updated and in-depth fan sites and blogs covering the South Carolina Gamecocks football team. The most widely visited Gamecocks football websites are:
GoGamecocks.com…Excellent South Carolina Football Fan Site with Forum.
Leftover Hot Dog…A USC Gamecocks blog.
Gamecocks Central…Member of the Rivals.com network.
Gamecock Anthem…Member of the Scout.com network.
Garnet and Black Attack…A blog about the South Carolina Gamecocks.
South Carolina newspapers cover Gamecocks football on a daily basis. The most popular are:
Daily Gamecock…Official University of South Carolina’s campus newspaper.
Post and Courier…South Carolina sports from Charleston.