Sunday, September 23, 2018

Thank You...I'll Take It From Here





















































In 2011, Stephon Gilmore led the team with four interceptions . Here, he picks off a pass intended for Kentucky's Matt Roark in Columbia on Oct. 8, 2011.

(Photo by Travis Bell/SIDELINE CAROLINA

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Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Lizard's Thicket




Lethal Look













Is a caption even necessary for this one?

DeVonte Holloman looks like he could take down the Missouri defense by himself.

As a team, the No. 7 Gamecocks did just that, holding the Tigers to 255 total yards that day (their lowest of the season through this game) and 10 points.

(Photo by Travis Bell/SIDELINE CAROLINA)


"We (the photographers on sidelines) spend most of our time focusing on the ball.
But DeVonte was one of the players we would follow through the line because he looked like such a ninja when he was chasing down opponents."

-Travis Bell




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Tuesday, September 18, 2018

That's Five In a Row













































It was a night to remember.

With the win, Connor Shaw completed his home career a perfect 17-0,  No. 10 South Carolina beat Clemson 5 years straight and it took Steve Spurrier a long time to get the Gatorade off of his visor.

Here, the HBC is carried off the field after the 31-17 victory over the No. 6 Tigers.

Spurrier wasn't a big fan of the Gatorade bath, but we don't think he minded so much that night.


(Photo by Travis Bell/SIDELINE CAROLINA)

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Wednesday, September 12, 2018

That 4th-and-1 Alabama Fumble in 2001














On a 3rd-and-1 play on the South Carolina 1-yard-line, Gamecock Kenny Harney forced Alabama's Ahmad Galloway to fumble the ball. The Tide would recover but USC's defense limited Alabama to a field goal on the series.

Holding Bama to just 3 points paid off as the Gamecocks won the game 37-36.

The field goal post in the north end zone would come tumbling down on that Sept. 29, 2001 day.

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