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Cougars stop Gamecocks in overtime

It's early into the College of Charleston's run in their new basketball venue, but until further notice, the Cougars' 82-80 overtime victory over South Carolina Friday night will stand as their finest hour in Carolina First Arena. Tony White Jr. sealed the victory with two free throws with 3.4 seconds to play in overtime, allowing the Cougars (5-1) to beat the Gamecocks (4-1) for only the second time in 29 tries and the first time since 1930.

Victory today would be big for USC seniors

CLEMSON â€" Making history. Changing the past with what you do in the present and future. Bucking trends. These are the things Steve Spurrier has talked about since he came to South Carolina in the fall of 2004. Just by going 4-4 in the SEC this year, that's a small sign of progress. It's the second time in four years the Gamecocks (7-4) have won as many or more than they've lost in the league.

Emotional day ahead for Clemson seniors

CLEMSON â€" Cullen Harper and Aaron Kelly don't think they'll shed a single tear during their final home game this afternoon at Death Valley. Rashaad Jackson and James Davis, on the other hand, well, they admitted they'll probably cry like a couple of little babies when Clemson faces rival South Carolina in the regular season finale for both teams

Writers Cup predicts a USC win

CLEMSON â€" If you believe in Santa Claus and the Tooth Fairy, you might buy into the myth of the Writers Cup. Every year since 1993, a group of sportswriters, sportscasters and other hangers-on have competed in the annual Writers Cup golf tournament the day before the South Carolina-Clemson game.

In hard game of life, this Clemson fan never quits

HICKORY TAVERN â€" This was his game. Four-hundred miles and two states away, this was Louis' victory. Nine days ago, Dabo Swinney, the man unexpectedly put in charge of Clemson's football program, halted a midweek practice and gathered his team. Swinney asked the players to make a circle and take a knee. He then invited Louis Owens and his parents to join the Tigers.










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