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Worth the wait

MONCKS CORNER â€" It took more than 40 years for Goose Creek to win its first outright region championship in football. From the look of Chuck Reedy's program, it will not be as long a wait for the second one. Goose Creek capped an undefeated record in Region 7-AAAA with a 28-13 victory over Berkeley on Friday night. The program tied for the region title in 1989 but the 2008 crown belongs only to the Gators (7-3, 4-0).

USC faces a lighter November schedule

COLUMBIA â€" Welcome to November, South Carolina fans. It's been a typically tough month for your Gamecocks thanks to that stretch of games known for years as the Orange Crush. But this time around could â€" could, mind you â€" be different. The season's final month doesn't have its traditional punch; it's more of a diet or lite version of the Crush.

USC-Tennessee PICK3

Here are three key matchups for South Carolina entering tonight's game against Tennessee:

Campbell remembers with a smile

About this time every year Hank Campbell can't help but smile. When talk of the annual football clash between South Carolina and Tennessee comes up, the conversation eventually leads to "the tackle." It was Campbell's game-saving tackle on Tennessee running back James Stewart on a two-point conversion with less than 90 seconds left that secured USC's 24-23 victory over the Volunteers at Williams-Brice Stadium in 1992.

Eagles are becoming a pesky division foe

CHESTNUT HILL, MASS. â€" Back when the ACC hatched grand plans to add three teams and become a 12-team "superconference," the audacious move was viewed by Clemson folks as a good thing. Two of the new entrants, Virginia Tech and Miami, would be placed in the division opposite the Tigers. And Boston College's inclusion as a division foe didn't exactly make Clemson fans shake in their orange boots â€" er, overalls.










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