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Pinewood's Jennings signs with Clemson

Some of the Lowcountry's most high-profile athletes took advantage of the NCAA's early signing period, which began Wednesday. Pinewood Prep basketball player Milton Jennings signed to play for the Clemson Tigers, while his teammate K.J. Manigault signed with Wichita State.

Just a junior, The Citadel's standout receiver rewriting the record book

As Citadel quarterback Bart Blanchard approached the line of scrimmage late in the game last Saturday, he didn't like what he saw. Protecting a 12-point lead in the fourth quarter, Wofford's defense was lined up with two deep safeties and a cornerback pressing up on wide receiver Andre Roberts, a classic "cover 2" look.

Caution flag falls on racing

Just as NASCAR evolved from its notorious backwoods past and earned respectability among the affluent crowd, something came loose in Turn 4.

Offensive line problems piling up for Tigers

CLEMSON â€" Cullen Harper, sacked six times Saturday in Clemson's 41-27 loss at Florida State, agreed that losing left tackle Chris Hairston to a concussion early in the game led to major matchup problems against the ACC's top defense.

Swamp thing: Gamecocks get ready for loud welcome

COLUMBIA â€" As Steve Spurrier correctly pointed out Tuesday, the road for South Carolina is about to get a lot more crowded. And louder. The three previous trips away from Williams-Brice this year have been to three of the four SEC stadiums that hold fewer than 70,000 people â€" Vanderbilt (39,773), Ole Miss (60,580) and Kentucky (67,606). (Mississippi State is the other.)

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