Tuesday, October 2 2012 3:10 PM EDT2012-10-02 19:10:08 GMT
ESPN has produced a promotional video for Saturday's SEC East showdown in Columbia. The video, posted on YouTube, outlines the game pitting the No. 5 Georgia Bulldogs against the No 6. South Carolina Gamecocks.KickoffMore >
ESPN has produced a promotional video for Saturday's SEC East showdown in Columbia.More >
COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) -
With ESPN's College Gameday heading to town this Saturday to cap off the game against the Georgia Bulldogs, Gamecock coach Steve Spurrier is asking fans to be nice to analyst Lee Corso.
"Lee Corso likes us," Spurrier said during his weekly press conference on Tuesday. "He made a statement years ago that we would never win the SEC and so far, he's right. I really believe he pulls for us a lot. Hopefully our fans won't boo him. He's a good guy, he really is."
Corso, of course, raised the ire of Gamecock fans back in 2004 when Spurrier first took the job at South Carolina.
The former Indiana Hoosiers coach claimed that Spurrier could never win the SEC even if he coached here for 400 years.
ESPN will be setting up shop on the University of South Carolina Horseshoe later this week for the Saturday morning broadcast.
It will be the broadcast's second time in Columbia in the past two years. They previously visited the USC campus back in 2010 when No. 1 Alabama visited.
Meanwhile, the actual game is set to be broadcast on ESPN beginning at 7 p.m. Saturday.
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Saturday, August 30 2014 10:30 PM EDT2014-08-31 02:30:45 GMT
Jeremy Johnson passed for 243 yards and two touchdowns in the first half and Nick Marshall returned from suspension with a 19-yard scoring run to lift No. 6 Auburn to a 45-21 opening victory over Arkansas on Saturday.More >
The Auburn offense didn't slow down a bit, even with Nick Marshall a spectator for half the game.More >
Saturday, August 30 2014 9:40 PM EDT2014-08-31 01:40:52 GMT
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Blake Sims took a seat on the bench next to Jake Coker after leading Alabama to a score and the two chatted for a few minutes before it was time for the offense to go back on the field.More >