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SOUTH CAROLINA GAMECOCKS FOOTBALL OVERVIEW

In 2015, the South Carolina Gamecocks football program took a big hit as they had a 3-9 overall record. Playing in the SEC, the Gamecocks had a tough schedule and went up against a tough team almost every season. But in 2016, new head coach Will Muschamp will look to turn things around to make the Gamecocks a great team in the SEC once again.



The South Carolina Gamecocks football program got its start in 1892 and had both winning and losing seasons but didn’t get much national attention until 1927. In 1928, Billy Laval became head coach for the Gamecocks and had 7 consecutive winning seasons. Laval coached until 1934 and went on to coach at other universities. Rex Enright was the next head coach for the Gamecocks and he began his coaching career in 1938 and lasted until 1942. Enright had an undefeated season in 1941 but left in 1942 to join the Navy. Enright returned to coaching in 1946 and coached at South Carolina until 1955. During the years that Enright wasn’t coaching, the Gamecocks saw 3 different coaches and went 10-10 over those seasons without Enright. Coach Enright resigned for health related reasons. From 1956-1974, the Gamecocks saw 3 different head coaches that would all underperform to the school’s standards over that time period. The three coaches were: Warren Giese, Marvin Bass, and Paul Dietzel, who all had their high points but didn’t consistently perform. Head coach Jim Carlen was hired in 1975 and really helped bring the South Carolina program into the national spotlight. Carlen coached until 1981 and took the Gamecocks to 3 bowl games, had 4 winning seasons, and a final record of 45-36 before retiring. Joe Morrison was the next head coach of the Gamecocks and coached from 1983-1988. Morrison had a decent amount of success but had heart issues and passed away in 1989 at the age of 51. From 1989-1998, the Gamecocks would see two different head coaches in Sparky Woods and Brad Scott. Both coaches didn’t live up to expectations and had losing records at the end of their tenure. In 1999, South Carolina found a coach that no one would expect.

In 1999, the Gamecocks hired former Notre Dame head coach Lou Holtz to be their head coach. Holtz was a legendary coach from his time at Notre Dame and came out of retirement to coach at South Carolina. Oddly enough, Holtz had a terrible start to his career with South Carolina as the team went 0-11 in his first year. Holtz turned it around in his second season going 8-4 tried to keep South Carolina as a consistent winner. Holtz had a decent career with South Carolina and he coached until 2004. Holtz took the Gamecocks to 2 bowl games and won both of those bowl games and had 3 winning seasons before retiring. The next head coach would be Steve Spurrier who would coach from 2005-2015. Spurrier was coming from coaching in the NFL and was once a great college coach at his alma mater, the University of Florida. Spurrier would have a solid career coaching the Gamecocks as he had an 86-49 record with 9 winning seasons, 9 bowl game appearances, 5 bowl game wins, and one SEC East title. Spurrier resigned midway through the season due to a poor record and offensive coordinator Shawn Elliott served as interim head coach. The 2016 South Carolina Gamecocks will be led by former Auburn defensive coordinator and Florida head coach Will Muschamp. The Gamecocks believe that Muschamp has what it takes to lead the Gamecocks back into the national spotlight and be a solid team to compete in the SEC.

The South Carolina Gamecocks have seen their fair share of talent over the years which has resulted in great NFL talent that game through the university. The Gamecocks have had 1 Heisman Trophy winner which was George Rogers in 1980. Other great players that once suited up for the Gamecocks are: Jadeveon Clowney, Sterling Sharpe, Melvin Ingram, Alshon Jeffery, Sidney Rice, Sheldon Brown, Jonathan Joseph, and many more. The upstart Gamecocks will continue to attract great players who want to once again make South Carolina relevant in the SEC and college football.

The Gamecocks are all in for 2016 and expect to shake up the SEC and come out with a lot of wins. Muschamp will have quite the task though because every game matters, but he believes that South Carolina has what it takes to be great and be that team in the National Championship.

SOUTH CAROLINA GAMECOCKS FOOTBALL TICKET INFORMATION

William-Brice Stadium is the place to be when it comes to South Carolina Gamecock football. The stadium is consistently filled with rowdy Gamecock fans who are itching to watch hard hitting football from the Gamecocks. This electric SEC atmosphere is a great experience and tickets can be very expensive to come across. Make sure to check out Rukkus for the best South Carolina Gamecocks football tickets out there.

South Carolina Gamecocks Football Lineup

  • Damiere Byrd
  • Rico McWilliams
  • Nick Jones
  • Chris Lammons
  • Bryson Allen-Williams
  • Shaq Roland
  • Darius English
  • Connor Mitch
  • Chris Moody
  • Shon Carson
  • Wesley Green
  • Shamier Jeffery
  • Kaiwan Lewis
  • Sharrod Golightly
  • Deebo Samuel
  • Skai Moore
  • Perry Orth
  • Pharoh Cooper
  • T.J. Holloman
  • Michael Scarnecchia
  • Brison Williams
  • Grant Davitte
  • Tyler Hull
  • Shaq Davidson
  • Ali Groves
  • Austin Hails
  • Zack Cimaglia
  • Chaz Elder
  • Dylan Thompson
  • Cedrick Cooper
  • Patrick Fish
  • Landon Ard
  • Terry Googer
  • T.J. Gurley
  • Andrew Bunch
  • Marcquis Roberts
  • Jamari Smith
  • Brandon Wilds
  • Larenz Bryant
  • D.J. Smith
  • Kadetrix Marcus
  • Jasper Sasser
  • Mike Davis
  • Jonathan Walton
  • Matrick Belton
  • Elliott Fry
  • Darius Paulk
  • Sidney Rhodes
  • Jordan Diaz
  • Al Harris Jr.
  • Rodrick Talley
  • David Williams
  • Mason Harris
  • Shannon James
  • Brendan Nosovitch
  • Demetrius Smalls
  • Jacob August
  • Connor McLaurin
  • Kyle Morini
  • Jordan Diggs
  • Garrison Gist
  • Benji Russell
  • Gerald Dixon
  • Gerald Turner
  • Brandon Sturdivant
  • Cedrick Malone
  • Drew Williams
  • Nick McGriff
  • Devin Potter
  • Garrett Shank
  • A.J. Cann
  • Cody Waldrop
  • Devin Washington
  • Phillip Dukes
  • Corey Robinson
  • Clayton Stadnik
  • David Johnson
  • Ryland Culbertson
  • Coleman Harley
  • Justin Smith
  • Sterling Petty
  • Brock Stadnik
  • D.J. Park
  • Alan Knott
  • Brandon Shell
  • Donell Stanley
  • Mason Zandi
  • Will Sport
  • Mike Matulis
  • Malik Young
  • K.J. Brent
  • Rory Anderson
  • Caleb Hines
  • Carlton Heard
  • Matthew Harvey
  • Kane Whitehurst
  • Kevin Crosby
  • Sean Odom
  • Drew Owens
  • Jerell Adams
  • Cody Gibson
  • Taylor Stallworth
  • Blake McClain
  • Gerald Dixon Jr.
  • Deon Green
  • Kelsey Griffin
  • Michael Washington
  • J.T. Surratt
  • Abu Lamin

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South Carolina Gamecocks Football Ticket Prices

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Cheap South Carolina Gamecocks Football Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$1.00 Penn State Nittany Lions at South Carolina Gamecocks Baseball — 03/11/2015
Carolina Stadium; Columbia, SC
$1.00 Penn State Nittany Lions at South Carolina Gamecocks Baseball — 03/10/2015
Carolina Stadium; Columbia, SC
$1.00 Auburn Tigers at South Carolina Gamecocks Baseball — 05/01/2015
Carolina Stadium; Columbia, SC
$2.00 Presbyterian Blue Hose at South Carolina Gamecocks Baseball — 04/14/2015
Carolina Stadium; Columbia, SC
$2.00 Missouri Tigers at South Carolina Gamecocks Basketball — 02/10/2015
Colonial Life Arena; Columbia, SC
$2.00 Florida Gators at South Carolina Gamecocks Basketball — 01/07/2015
Colonial Life Arena; Columbia, SC
$2.00 UNC Asheville Bulldogs at South Carolina Gamecocks Basketball — 11/26/2014
Colonial Life Arena; Columbia, SC
$2.00 Coker Cobras at South Carolina Gamecocks Basketball — 12/21/2014
Colonial Life Arena; Columbia, SC
$2.00 Charleston Southern Buccaneers at South Carolina Gamecocks Baseball — 03/03/2015
Carolina Stadium; Columbia, SC
$2.00 Tennessee Volunteers at South Carolina Gamecocks Basketball — 01/20/2015
Colonial Life Arena; Columbia, SC

Best and Most Expensive South Carolina Gamecocks Football Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$564.00South Carolina Gamecocks at Kentucky Wildcats Basketball — 01/21/2017
Rupp Arena; Lexington, KY
$255.00Duke Blue Devils at South Carolina Gamecocks Womens Basketball — 12/06/2015
Colonial Life Arena; Columbia, SC
$224.00Connecticut Huskies at South Carolina Gamecocks Womens Basketball — 02/08/2016
Colonial Life Arena; Columbia, SC
$137.00South Carolina Gamecocks at Clemson Tigers Football — 11/26/2016
Clemson Memorial Stadium; Clemson, SC
$97.00South Carolina Gamecocks at Auburn Tigers Football — 10/25/2014
Jordan Hare Stadium; Auburn, AL
$97.00Georgia Bulldogs at South Carolina Gamecocks Football — 10/09/2016
Williams-Brice Stadium; Columbia, SC
$85.00South Carolina Gamecocks at Georgia Bulldogs Football — 09/19/2015
Sanford Stadium; Athens, GA
$80.00Clemson Tigers at South Carolina Gamecocks Baseball — 02/28/2015
Fluor Field at the West End; Greenville, SC
$80.00South Carolina Gamecocks at Clemson Tigers Baseball — 02/27/2015
Doug Kingsmore Stadium; Clemson, SC
$73.00South Carolina Gamecocks at Kentucky Wildcats Basketball — 02/14/2015
Rupp Arena; Lexington, KY
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