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Tennessee little trouble for bowl eligible USC

COLUMBIA â€" Beating Tennessee at home and sending the Volunteers' coach into unemployment. Those things just seem to go hand-in-hand for South Carolina here, oh, about every decade and a half or so. It happened to Johnny Majors in 1992. It very well might happen â€" and soon â€" to Phillip Fulmer in 2008. Things had never been easy for South Carolina in this series. That is, until Saturday night.

Johnson zeroing in on Cup

FORT WORTH, Texas â€" Carl Edwards looks at the last three NASCAR Sprint Cup races of 2008 and sees nothing but opportunity. Sure, the series runner-up trails leader Jimmie Johnson by a daunting 183 points. And with Johnson needing only to finish ninth or better in the remaining events to win his third consecutive Cup title, it probably isn't a good omen for Edwards that Johnson has finished ninth or better in each of the seven Chase for the championship races so far this year â€" or that Johnson is the defending winner of today's Dickies 500.

Gamecocks' Jeanpierre out for the year

COLUMBIA — Left guard Lemuel Jeanpierre and quarterback Stephen Garcia suffered right knee injuries with 3:14 left in the third quarter of South Carolina's 27-6 rout of Tennessee during a 45-yard interception return by Tennessee safety Eric Berry. Jeanpierre, a junior who started the last t...

Gamecocks' Jeanpierre out for the year

COLUMBIA â€" Left guard Lemuel Jeanpierre and quarterback Stephen Garcia suffered right knee injuries with 3:14 left in the third quarter of South Carolina's 27-6 rout of Tennessee during a 45-yard interception return by Tennessee safety Eric Berry. Jeanpierre, a junior who started the last two games at right guard and the first three games of the season at left guard, is out for the season.

Spiller's return sparks Clemson

CHESTNUT HILL, MASS. — Clemson missed C.J. Spiller for a total of six quarters in losses to Wake Forest and Georgia Tech. And the Tigers were missing him dearly after he left Saturday's game with a head injury suffered in the third quarter. Luckily for Clemson, Spiller returne...










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