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Rivers pours in 32 to help Tigers remain unbeaten

CLEMSON â€" His team on the verge of blowing an opportunity to move into the Top 25, senior K.C. Rivers took charge for Clemson. Rivers scored 32 points, including the Tigers' (9-0) first 14 of the second half and nine of its final 11 on Sunday, as the unbeaten Tigers rallied late for an 80-75 victory. "We were down, we needed a spark," said Rivers, who also had a game-high 11 rebounds.

Gamecocks headed to Outback Bowl

COLUMBIA â€" All right, so it wasn't the most conventional or uplifting way back to a New Year's Day bowl. But, hey, South Carolina's in one.

USC vying with Volunteers in pursuit of RB Giles

South Carolina beat Tennessee on the football field this season. Now, can the Gamecocks beat the Volunteers for one of their top recruiting targets, running back Jarvis Giles (6-0, 180) of Tampa, Fla.?

Bowling

Michelle Smith, of Summerville, was honored by the S.C. USBC Association for setting the highest league average for a female bowler in South Carolina for the 2007-08 season. The 217 average was set in the Friday Mixed league at Sandpiper Lanes during a year that included a 300 game and a high series of 779.

BCS sets stage for title game

That logjam at the top of the rankings wasn't so hard to figure out. Nobody dominated the last two months of college football like Oklahoma and Florida. Every poll and pretty much everyone outside of Texas agreed on that.










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