Lauren Chang's 95th minute score was the only goal of Carolina's match with Tennessee Sunday, but all the No. 3 Gamecocks needed in their 1-0 overtime victory against No. 21 Tennessee.
Deshaun Watson lost for the first time as a starting quarterback in the NFL, but shined leading a Texans offensive attack that battled the defending Super Bowl champs to the final minute. New England defeated Houston 36-33.
Cam Newton threw three interceptions and Carolina dropped their first game of the 2017 season to in-division rival New Orleans.
The Benedict College Tigers rallied from a 21-0 halftime deficit to tie Fort Valley State University, only to fall to the Wildcats 31-28 in double overtime on Saturday at Wildcat Stadium.
For the first time in the 2017 season and sixth in his career, Markell Castle reached triple figures in receiving yardage.
Tigers players and coordinators discuss what went right in their victory over the Eagles Saturday at Death Valley.
Four fourth-quarter touchdowns led the No. 2 Clemson Tigers to a 34-7 win over the Boston College Eagles on Saturday afternoon at Death Valley. With the win, Clemson remained undefeated at 4-0 overall and 2-0 in the ACC, while Boston College dropped to 1-3 on the year and 0-2 in conference play.
Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney breaks down his Tigers' 34-7 victory over Boston College.
Click the video to watch the highlights and reaction from the Gamecocks' 17-16 win over Louisiana Tech.
Dabo Swinney saw his Tigers come together in all three phases of the game in the fourth quarter, working past a worn down Boston College team, and using a 27-0 run in the final 12 minutes to power their 34-7 win over the Eagles.
(Columbia, SC, WOLO)--The Gamecocks returned to Williams Brice Stadium today in hopes of rebounding from not only a tough loss against Kentucky last week, but also the loss of their leading scorer, Deebo Samuel. They faced the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs,…
Newberry travels to Carson-Newman looking to extend a school-record 10-game winning streak inside the South Atlantic Conference and send Carson-Newman to just its second 0-2 start in SAC play in program history.
The Benedict College Tigers hit the road for their first SIAC game, and take on the defending conference champions at Fort Valley State on Saturday at 2 p.m. in Wildcat Stadium.
South Carolina (4-3-1, 0-2-1 C-USA) battled wire-to-wire in a 2-2 draw with conference foe New Mexico (4-3-1, 0-1-1 C-USA) Friday night under the lights at Stone Stadium.
Fairflied Central and A.C. Flora kept the scoreboard operators busy Friday night, as the Griffins outlasted the Falcons 41-32.
Brookland-Cayce stepped up and showed out under the bright lights of Spirit Communications Park, home of the Columbia Fireflies, and outhit Gray Collegiate 28-12.
With just minutes remaining, Braden Walker scored what would become the game-winning touchdown in River Bluff's 12-7 comeback win over Blythewood.
Lexington bounced back from a 20-7 loss to Spring Valley last week and put on a show Friday, beating Irmo 41-21.
Bryce Thompson ran for four touchdowns in the first quarter, as the Silver Foxes (3-1) blew out Westwood 67-7.
The Spring Valley Vikings continued their dominance in 5-A high school football Friday night, blowing out White Knoll 48-13.
Gamecocks men's soccer welcomes New Mexico to Stone Stadium on Friday night at 7.p. The game will be the team's annual Ovarian Cancer Awareness Match.
Clemson men's soccer will host the Pittsburgh Panthers on Friday, September 22 at 7 p.m. at Historic Riggs Field in Clemson, SC.
The defending MEAC Champion North Carolina Central Eagles came back to beat SC State, 33-28 Thursday night, giving the Bulldogs (1-2, 0-1 MEAC) their first loss in conference play.
No. 3 South Carolina women’s soccer topped Kentucky 1-0 to notch its sixth-straight victory Thursday night at the Bell Soccer Complex. Gamecock senior forward Savannah McCaskill provided the game-winner after finding the back of the net in the 80th minute. Carolina (8-1-0, 2-0-0 SEC) stayed perfect in conference play with the win over the Wildcats (5-6-0, 0-2-0 SEC).
Gamecock great Eric Norwood was one of eight inducted into the USC Athletics Hall of Fame Thursday night at Williams-Brice Stadium.