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School spirit a way of life for Henslee

When it comes to school spirit, Joey Henslee takes it personally. You may have seen him recently, covered in orange paint with black stripes, a big orange wig, dangling a rubber chicken. At last week's South Carolina-Clemson games, the TV cameras loved him. But this is nothing new for Henslee, a graduate of Stratford High School. He's been acting out like this his whole life.

Glover signs to play volleyball for USC

South Carolina signed Wando High School volleyball standout Christina Glover to a national letter of intent to play for the Gamecocks, USC head coach Ben Somera said.

Gator Bowl bid caps big finish for Clemson

CLEMSON â€" Clemson athletic director Terry Don Phillips walked somberly away from Clemson's 12-7 loss at Wake Forest on Oct. 9, chatting in hushed tones with senior associate athletic director Bill D'Andrea. Hey, guys. What if someone had told you back then you would be walking into a Gator Bowl news conference less than two months later? "Would not have believed it," Phillips said Wednesday as Clemson began heavily leveraging a Gator Bowl coup to attract recruits, new assistant coaches and cash.

Spurrier backtracks on Woody

COLUMBIA â€" Just as quickly as South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier moved to hire a new offensive assistant, the deal to bring in veteran SEC assistant Woody McCorvey is off. Spurrier said Wednesday morning through a release that he intends to wait until January, until after the bowl game, to make hires for his two offensive vacancies.

Cougars hit SoCon road with confidence

Off to a 5-1 start with a victory over South Carolina under its belt, the College of Charleston basketball team rolls into Southern Conference play full of confidence. However, coach Bobby Cremins sounds a cautionary note that he hopes will keep the Cougars grounded as they prepare to play at Elon tonight and at UNC Greensboro on Saturday. "We went 0-for-2 on this trip a year ago," Cremins said.










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