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Topic - Stephen Garcia
South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier was careful not to talk too much before Monday's Capital One Bowl about what finishing the season with a school-record 11 wins could do for a program that had waded through a lot of adversity this season.
South Carolina and Nebraska both entered the 2011 college football season primed to make a run at conference championships.
A turbulent week for No. 14 South Carolina closed with devastating news: Star tailback Marcus Lattimore is out for the year with a knee injury.
The firing of Arizona coach Mike Stoops on Tuesday wasn't completely unexpected. The Wildcats had been on a slide since late last season and didn't appear to be on the verge of any big breakthroughs.
Mark Richt needs a win in the worst way.
Imagine, for a moment, the ultimate college football road trip: the chance to see 20 games spread over 15 weeks — but with a few caveats.
South Carolina quarterback Stephen Garcia is officially back on the Gamecocks _ again.
South Carolina assistant G.A. Mangus was suspended by Gamecocks coach Steve Spurrier after being arrested in Greenville.
South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier says quarterback Stephen Garcia will "in all likelihood" rejoin the team for preseason camp.
Steve Spurrier was back in his old SEC media days form, cracking wise, raving about his team's offensive playmakers and still managing a folksy dose of poormouthing, too.
South Carolina's Stephen Garcia was suspended indefinitely from the football program, less than two weeks after the quarterback guaranteed he would not get in trouble again.
South Carolina quarterback Stephen Garcia has been suspended for the first week of spring practice for violating team rules.
Steve Spurrier doesn't want his rebuilding job at South Carolina to end with one Southeastern Conference division title.
When Cam Newton and Ryan Mallet square off Saturday, it will be an SEC quarterback showdown featuring the swashbuckler vs. the gunslinger.
Upon his return, Garcia pledged things would improve and said upon his return, "Nothing bad is going to happen again _ that's guaranteed."
He says he has probably the most talented roster of his seven-year tenure.