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Gamecocks, at 6-3, have new appreciation for bowl eligibility

COLUMBIA â€" Six wins appears to have a different meaning entirely than it did a year ago around here for South Carolina's football team. There's a new appreciation for bowl eligibility, but also an understanding that perhaps six wins aren't enough to usher you into the postseason. The Gamecocks need only look back at 2007 to grasp that.

FSU's offense revved up

CLEMSON â€" Florida State's offense deteriorated from great to grotesque in recent years, and no one has known that better than Clemson. The Tigers have successfully pounced on the Seminoles' fundamental weakness, using dominating defensive performances to usher a dramatic shift in the rivalry's tenor.

Masters changes: The whole 10 yards

Augusta National will be shorter for the Masters next year â€" but only by 10 yards on the scorecard, with the option to trim off a few more yards depending on the weather.

Quarterback kindergarten will pay off

COLUMBIA â€" Stephen Orr Spurrier still thinks Stephen Glenn Garcia isn't ready to play quarterback at South Carolina. The Head Ball Coach said so Saturday night just after Garcia went but struggled most of the way in a 27-6 Southeastern Conference victory over Tennessee.

Wofford posts shutout of Cougars in men's soccer

MOUNT PLEASANT â€" Philips Leach scored in the 41st minute to boost Wofford (6-12, 2-5) to a 1-0 win over the College of Charleston (9-9, 3-4) in the Cougars' men's soccer regular season finale at Patriots Point on Tuesday night.

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