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The GoGamecocks Podcast, produced by The State newspaper, breaks down all the essentials that University of South Carolina fans need to know to keep up with USC athletics in a quick, informative show that you can listen to in the length of an average commute.

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South Carolina football faces Texas A&M on Saturday, looking for a big upset win to stave off a losing season and keep its bowl hopes alive.In the latest episode of The GoGamecocks Podcast, The State sports reporters Greg Hadley and Ben Breiner discuss who the Gamecocks are facing in the Aggies and what has to happen for Carolina to come away with a shocking victory, then delve into the bigger questions facing Will Muschamp's program before finishing by talking about USC women's basketball's road win over top-5 Maryland early in the season.To read more about the topics and articles discussed in this episode, visit GoGamecocks.comLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
South Carolina football stumbled to a 20-15 loss against Appalachian State on Saturday at Williams-Brice Stadium, sending the Gamecocks to 4-6 on the season and putting coach Will Muschamp's job security under serious scrutiny.In the latest episode of The GoGamecocks Podcast, The State editor Dwayne McLemore talks to reporter Ben Breiner about what went wrong, the potential long-term effects of the defeat and the future of Muschamp and his coaching staff.Then, McLemore sits down with reporter Andrew Ramspacher to discuss the strong 2-0 start to the season for South Carolina men's basketball, led by coach Frank Martin.To read more about the stories and articles discussed in this episode, visit GoGamecocks.comLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
South Carolina football hosts Appalachian State at Williams-Brice Stadium on Saturday for the Gamecocks' Senior Night.But USC won't simply be celebrating its veteran players. Carolina will also need a win to move within a game of bowl eligibility. In the latest episode of The GoGamecocks Podcast, The State's Greg Hadley and Ben Breiner discuss the roadblocks to making that happen, including App State's history as a small program capable of big upsets and the injuries to the Gamecocks' top playmakers. They also preview what South Carolina might be able to do well against the Mountaineers.To read more about the topics and storylines discussed in this episode, visit GoGamecocks.comLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
South Carolina football overcame a sluggish start to beat Vanderbilt on Saturday at home, 24-7, moving to 4-5 on the season and keeping its flagging bowl hopes alive.On the latest episode of The GoGamecocks Podcast. The State's Greg Hadley and Ben Breiner discuss the good, the bad and the in-between from the game, including a Gamecock offense that stalled out in Vandy territory several times, a defense that locked in and shut down a third-string QB and the record-breaking play of senior wide receiver Bryan Edwards.To read more about the topics and storylines discussed in this episode, visit GoGamecocks.comLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this special bonus episode of The GoGamecocks Podcast, The State's Greg Hadley sits down with South Carolina women's basketball great Khadijah Sessions to talk about Dawn Staley's squad for the 2019-20 season.Sessions, who served as Staley's point guard from 2012 to 2016, breaks down what she's seen behind the scenes with the Gamecocks, which freshmen and returners have caught her eye and where she thinks Carolina will finish in a competitive SEC this year.To read more about the upcoming season for South Carolina women's basketball, visit https://www.thestate.com/sports/college/university-of-south-carolina/usc-womens-basketball/Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
South Carolina football, coming off a discouraging loss to Tennessee, must take care of business against Vanderbilt to keep its fading bowl hopes alive and prevent its season from spiraling out of control.On this episode, The State's Greg Hadley and Ben Breiner discuss how Vandy's defense and roster construction set up well for the Gamecocks to do just that, as well as the health and progress of freshman quarterback Ryan Hilinski and what coach Will Muschamp had to say in his weekly press conference.Then, joined by beat reporter Andrew Ramspacher, they talk about what to look for in the upcoming men's and women's basketball exhibitions for USC.To read more about the topics and articles discussed in this episode, visit GoGamecocks.comLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In a stunning blow, South Carolina football lost a 41-21 contest to Tennessee this Saturday on the road. The defeat puts USC's bowl hopes in serious jeopardy and marks coach Will Muschamp's first ever loss to the Volunteers.In this episode, The State's Greg Hadley and Ben Breiner discuss all three phases of the game where South Carolina broke down, including the poor play of the secondary. Then, they break down what the loss means for the season and for Muschamp's legacy, coming two weeks after the Gamecocks' upset of No. 3 Georgia.To read more about the stories discussed in this episode, visit GoGamecocks.comLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
South Carolina football travels to Tennessee this Saturday. With five games left of its schedule, USC needs three more wins to clinch a bowl berth, and the Volunteers represent one of the main challenges to making that happen.The State's Greg Hadley and Ben Breiner break down the challenges and opportunities the Gamecocks have against the Vols, including the play of freshman quarterback Ryan Hilinski, the run game led by Tavien Feaster and without Rico Dowdle and the defense against UT signal caller Jarrett Guarantano.To read more about the topics discussed in this episode, visit GoGamecocks.comLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
South Carolina football lost to No. 9 Florida, 38-27, this Saturday at Williams-Brice Stadium despite leading after three quarters, but Gamecock fans were mostly angry after about several controversial non-calls by the game officials.In the newest episode of The GoGamecocks Podcast, The State's Greg Hadley and Ben Breiner break down the plays in question and discuss whether they were in fact missed calls. They also talk about USC freshman quarterback Ryan Hilinski's passing woes, the emergence of the run game and the play of the defense.To read more about the topics discussed in this episode, visit GoGamecocks.com or download the GoGamecocks app.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
South Carolina football stunned the nation last Saturday with an upset of No. 3 Georgia. Now the Gamecocks host No. 9 Florida. In the latest episode of The GoGamecocks Podcast, The State sports reporters Greg Hadley and Ben Breiner discuss what a win over the Gators would mean for the Gamecocks and coach Will Muschamp, the continued questions surrounding quarterback Ryan Hilinski's knee, the play of the defense and preview the strengths and weaknesses of UF.To read more about the topics discussed in this episode, visit GoGamecocks.com.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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