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#1 Spinal Tap

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Posted 11 April 2019 - 11:09 AM

This is an interesting take on the 4 who are leaving the program:

 

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#2 SCNitehawk2

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Posted 11 April 2019 - 03:18 PM

For the last several years fans have been arguing that all the MBB and football transfers points to something wrong with the programs. The fact that we have four leaving what is currently our strongest program proves those naysayers wrong. It happens everywhere all the time.



#3 gamecock58

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Posted 11 April 2019 - 04:41 PM

I just wonder if coach Staley will give  the walk on a scholarship from Lexington with 4 open now.



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Posted 11 April 2019 - 06:35 PM

There are over 400 women’s basketball players currently in the transfer portal.

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Posted 11 April 2019 - 07:33 PM

The incoming freshman Lady Gamecock players are like Marcus Lattimore his freshman year in football. RB Kenny Miles, who averaged over 5 yards per carry (outstanding), was the returning starting RB back in 2010 but national top 10 player 5-star Marcus Lattimore was too GOOD to sit the bench as a true freshman and Coach Spurrier eventually named Lattimore the starting RB ahead of Kenny Miles early in the season, which resulted in our football team playing in their first and only SEC Championship game and Marcus Lattimore being named National Freshman of the Year. The Lady Gamecock McDonalds All-American players are too good to sit the bench and Coach Staley is a HONEST coach that always look out for the best situation for all of her players. Also remember that Coach Staley recruited Te'a Cooper & Diamond Deshields hard before they signed to play at Tennessee but they turned Coach Staley down back then. Coach Staley went on to win a National Championship with A'ja Wilson and her teammates. Just image how good our teams would have been if Te'a would have signed with Coach Staley straight out of high school, she probably would have broken every Lady Gamecock point guard record. Point guard Zia Cooke is the REAL DEAL and she really wants to play & learn from Coach Staley along with the rest of the incoming freshmen.


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#6 Doug Jolley

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Posted 11 April 2019 - 10:52 PM

Beyond Harris, rising junior Lele Grissett would be the team’s only other upperclassman, and she saw her playing time decline slightly as a sophomore.

Things probably won’t stay that way — Staley has never been shy about using the transfer market to add players to her roster, and there’s plenty of talent to pursue for some immediate help. Nearby Power 5 programs Georgia Tech and North Carolina are currently dealing with alleged coaching misconduct, and players transferring from those programs might be able to obtain NCAA waivers to become immediately eligible even if they aren’t graduates yet.

Read more here: https://www.thestate...l#storylink=cpy

#7 Doug Jolley

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Posted 13 April 2019 - 07:01 PM

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Cooper, despite her experience, was never a leader on the team. During the first two rounds of the NCAA Tournament in Charlotte, a reporter who doesn’t normally cover South Carolina asked Dawn Staley about Cooper’s leadership. Staley struggled gamely to say something nice about Cooper’s leadership, finally settling on the notion that she leads by playing her own game well. In interviews, Cooper’s mood was often somewhere between defensive and angry, and I never got the sense that she completely bought in to what the Gamecocks were trying to do. Cooper left Tennessee in part because of a locker room confrontation, and Staley thought she could work Cooper into the fold, but it didn’t seem to happen.

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Posted 15 April 2019 - 07:42 PM

The right transfers can make a huge difference.  We struck gold with Kaela Davis and Allisha Gray, who carried us to the Title.  Ironically we got both of them from Georgia Tech and UNC, who Doug mentioned above are experiencing problems that could allow players to leave without sitting out. 



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Posted 17 April 2019 - 01:35 PM

The State is reporting that Harrigan has taken her name out of the portal and will stay at Carolina.


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#10 Doug Jolley

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Posted 17 April 2019 - 02:06 PM

The State is reporting that Harrigan has taken her name out of the portal and will stay at Carolina.


Next season will be the year of the super-frosh, but senior leadership is needed. Kiki coming back is yuuuu-uge.




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