The official visuals for DJ B-Lord’s “Game Like A Gamecock” featuring 2 Chainz & Columbia native and Brick Squad Monopoly’s own Ben G find the SC DJ driving from Florence to Columbia for a “Hookah House Party!” Once at his second home in Columbia, B-Lord spikes the hookah pipes w/ Happy Juice & all heaven breaks loose in the living room, kitchen, hallways, bedrooms and bathrooms!! Chics kissing chics, Happy Juice in rotation, smoke filled dominoes games and more! Shot by Kass of iKutt visuals, co-directed by DJ B-Lord and co-starring Spiff Kidz. #CarolinaGlobal
Morris College Hornets (1-2) will be on the road against Francis Marion University (0-0) tomorrow night, Monday (Nov. 19) at 7 p.m. at Francis Marion. General admission to the game is $8 for adults and $5 for students (FMU students are admitted free with ID). The contest will be televised live on Channel 11 of Florence’s Time Warner Cable system as well as streamed on the internet at http://www.ustream.tv/fmupatriots
FMU leads the all-time series with Morris 19-10, with the Patriots defeating the Hornets last season in a close game 90-87.
What a great way to start of a THANKSGIVING WEEK!!!
The 2012 World Series matchup is set and the Detroit Tigers are bound for San Francisco to begin the latest edition of the Fall Classic. By virtue of outlasting the St. Louis Cardinals in the NLCS, the Giants own home-field advantage as the National League representative.
The Tigers and Giants will meet for the first time in the postseason.
The Clemson Tigers had high expectations heading into this season, starting out the season ranked 14th in the coaches’ poll. Of all teams in the ACC, they had the best chance to play in the BCS title game.
All they have done to backup the hype this season is go 5-1 in their first six games with their only loss coming to No. 4 Florida State on the road. Going into Week 5, they have lived up to the hype as Tajh Boyd has led the Tigers into BCS contention.
However, their schedule has been a little weak this season. Continue reading
No. 3 Florida vs. No. 9 South Carolina, 3:30 p.m. Saturday
The game will include two top-10 teams, ESPN’s College GameDay on location in Gainesville and the return of Gator legend Steve Spurrier. This is just the seventh time in school history that South Carolina (6-1, 4-1 SEC) has entered a game ranked in the top 10 and playing another top-10 opponent — but the third time in as many weeks. South Carolina is 1-5 in those games. Florida is 6-0 for the eighth time in school history and 5-0 in the league. South Carolina enters the game with a two-game winning streak over the Gators, but in 32 meetings Florida has never lost three in a row to the Gamecocks.
Watch out for …
This was supposed to be a showcase battle between Florida RB Mike Gillislee and South Carolina RB Marcus Lattimore — two of the SEC’s best. But Lattimore has a bruised his hip and is questionable. His value? USC has never lost when he has at least 20 carries. If he can’t go, the Gamecocks have capable backups, but it puts more pressure on QB Connor Shaw and the passing game. Florida has relied more on the run than the arm of QB Jeff Driskel, who threw just 20 passes last week, but the Gators insist they aren’t one-dimensional and can break out the passing game if necessary.
Don’t look for Clemson receiver DeAndre Hopkins to talk much about his accomplishments, preferring to leave that to others. So far this season, the Tigers’ junior has given people plenty to get excited about.
Hopkins is 14th-ranked Clemson’s other receiver opposite star All-American Sammy Watkins. But it’s Hopkins who’s grabbed the headlines so far this season. He leads the Atlantic Coast Conference with 49 Continue reading
Jamal Crawford threw a half court lob to Blake Griffin who finished it off with a crazy two-handed slam.
The Nuggets got the last laugh however as Ty Lawson hits a buzzerbeater to give the Nuggets a 106-104 win over the Clippers.
This weekend in Columbia, SC will mark the 60th meeting between the ‘Cocks and Dawgs on the football field. This match-up might be in the biggest in the history of the game with both teams being ranked in the top 10 and both being undefeated. Georgia has been an offensive force so far this season, leading the SEC in scoring offense with 48.2 points per game and total offense with 536 yards per game. The Dawgs defense has also looked good this season only giving up 22 points per game and 370 yards per game. USC is also entering the game with good offensive and defensive numbers so this game has “SEC Classic” written all over it. Continue reading