September 30, 2021

Slaughter By The Water

Busy guest lineup for today's episode as soon as the guys get some Mac and Cheese ice cream talk out of the way (seriously)

  • The Post and Courier's David Cloninger on the Gamecocks offensive struggles, OC Marcus Satterfield's comments and this weekend's game with Troy
  • Former South Carolina pitching coach, longtime friend of the show and current Troy head baseball coach Skylar Meade
  • Our high school football report with David Shelton of The Post and Courier
  • Wrapping the Ryder Cup with Scott Glaze, head professional at The Links at Stono Ferry
September 29, 2021

Can You Fly The Plane?

The guys open the show discussing the Braves soon-to-be fourth consecutive NL East title before circling back to thoughts on South Carolina and Clemson, specifically after hearing from both head coaches yesterday. 

JC Shurburtt joins the show for his regular hour-long Wednesday whiparound, voicing his frustrations about the Carolina offense, recapping the loss to Kentucky, looking ahead to the Troy game and the full SEC slate this weekend.

September 28, 2021

The Ship Is Not Sinking

The guys get into what can be called "Separation Saturday" with a loaded slate this weekend full of top-25 clashes and under the radar very important conference games in the SEC, ACC and Big Ten.

Plus a few more thoughts on South Carolina's loss to Kentucky and some reaction as Shane Beamer meets the media.

ESPN play by play announcer Mike Morgan joins for a wide ranging college football discussion and Keith Allsep, host of the Locked On The Gamecocks podcast gives his thoughts on the state of the Carolina program.

September 27, 2021

A Long Saturday

The guys spend much of today's episode discussing the struggles of both Clemson and South Carolina as well as overall impressions of week four.

Former South Carolina quarterback Perry Orth and Wes Mitchell of Gamecock Central join the show for Gamecocks perspective and Gene Sapakoff of The Post and Courier adds to the discussion on both fronts as well talking some RiverDogs and Braves

The Big Gamecock Preview Show

South Carolina - Kentucky, a game circled on the Carolina schedule by most as a potential swing game in the season. The guys go in depth with Hale McGranahan of The Big Spur and former Gamecocks receiver Michael Flint.

September 24, 2021

Circled On The Schedule

The guys open the show discussing the Ryder Cup then quickly move into football. Our weekly picks, the weekend's best bets with sports handicapper Raphael Esparza, the top games around the ACC, SEC and college football.

Hour Two: The Big Gamecock Preview Show...

South Carolina - Kentucky, a game circled on the Carolina schedule by most as a potential swing game in the season. The guys go in depth with Hale McGranahan of The Big Spur and former Gamecocks receiver Michael Flint.

September 23, 2021

The Path To A Bowl

South Carolina's path to a bowl game is significantly easier if the Gamecocks move to 3-1 with a win over Kentucky Saturday night. The guys chat with David Cloninger of the Post and Courier about the game, fixing the running game and the offensive line, the recruiting weekend, the baseball team and women's basketball.

David Shelton follows with some additional recruiting thoughts on the visitors expected to be at Williams-Brice Stadium and a full high school preview.

Scott Glaze joins the show to preview the Ryder Cup, the historically strong Team USA and what to expect from the shores of Lake Michigan.

Plus: Dabo vs Doeren storyline for Clemson's game, our Post Up Career week four resume and more

September 22, 2021

Fall Is In The Air

The official start of fall is tomorrow and weekend temperatures appear to be shaping up perfectly for football in the southeast.

With that in mind, we go off on a fall food tangent to open the show before circling back to plenty of college football talk.

Plus, JC Shurburtt, owner of The Big Spur, joins us for an hour to recap the Georgia game, discuss the offensive line and running back room, areas for improvement and an initial look at the Carolina-Kentucky matchup.

 

September 21, 2021

Chili Running Hot

The guys open the show with memories of Hurricane Hugo which lashed the South Carolina coast 32-years ago tonight.

Then into football...comparing the SEC and Big Ten resumes three weeks into the season, assessing the impact of Clemson losing running back Lyn-J Dixon to the transfer portal and defensive tackle Tyler Davis to injury.

ESPN play by play announcer Mike Morgan joins to discuss what he saw out of Kentucky (he called the Wildcats last week) and his thoughts on the Wildcats and Gamecocks this weekend.

Keith Allsep, host of the Locked On The Gamecocks podcast rounds out the show talking Gamecocks and officiating.

September 20, 2021

Questions Remain

Similar storylines on vastly different levels. Questions remain for South Carolina after Saturday's blowout loss at Georgia and the same can be said for Clemson after escaping the weekend with a narrow win over Georgia Tech.

The guys discuss both in depth, Penn State's win over Auburn, Alabama surviving Florida and the weekend that was in the SEC, ACC and around college football.

Featuring: Wes Mitchell of Gamecock Central and former South Carolina quarterback Perry Orth talking Gamecocks and The Post and Courier's Gene Sapakoff on Clemson and the college football landscape.

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