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'Grateful' Tom Herrion enjoys No. 1

If you thought Tom Herrion and the College of Charleston simply and sadly were not a good fit, you have lots of supportive evidence. But if you thought the guy couldn't recruit, command respect and gleefully succeed on the grandest stages of college basketball, boy, what an air ball. "I've landed quite nicely," Herrion said.

Spiller opts to return for senior year

CLEMSON â€" Despite a first-round draft projection and the urging of his mother to turn pro, Clemson running back C.J. Spiller showed again why he's so hard to pin down. Spiller said Thursday he would return to the Tigers for his senior season, putting off the NFL draft on the final day eligible underclassmen could declare.

C of C survives late rally, avenges last year's defeat

SPARTANBURG â€" This time, the heartbreak belonged to Wofford. A year after dropping a one-point decision to the Terriers at Benjamin Johnson Arena, the College of Charleston returned to the scene of one of its most disappointing losses of last season and held on to beat the Terriers, 65-63, on Thursday night.

Dogs come from behind to beat Paladins in OT

GREENVILLE â€" A rowdy bunch of Citadel fans took the Blue's Bubba Basketball Tour to the cold climes of the Upstate on Thursday night, and got their bus ride's worth. The Bulldog faithful, drowning out Furman fans for most of the night, witnessed The Citadel's worst half of the season, a stirring second-half comeback, and a 74-69 overtime victory before 1,638 fans at Timmons Arena.

Zehr pleased with Cobras' work ethic

Russell Zehr picked an interesting time to get back into high school coaching.










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