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
The South Carolina State Bulldogs (5-6 overall, 4-4 MEAC) close out the regular season with a, 27-13 victory over Savannah State (1-10, 0-8 MEAC) Saturday at Dawson Stadium/Jeffries Field. South Carolina State saluted and honored 17 seniors who played their final home game against Savannah State on the day.
Red-shirt junior quarterback Richard Cue (6-1, 180) finished with 214 yards pass throwing 14-of-33-2 for two touchdowns in the victory. Freshman Tamarrick Hemingway (6-5, 210) led the receiving corps with five catches for 81 yards.
The Bulldogs defense was spearheaded by senior linebacker Cortney Ingram (5-10, 190) with 10 tackles to close out his career. Sophomore’s Andrew Carter (6-1, 240) and Justin Hughes (6-1, 220) each added 10 tackles, two sacks, and two tackles for loss on the day.
“First I would like to thank those seniors who played their heart out for SC State, this football team, and our coaches and me,” said SC State head coach Buddy Pough. “We when thru some things this year that we are not accustomed to, but we made it thru the storm.”
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.
Clemson’s Dabo Swinney says if he were a casual college football fan, he would pick No. 4 Florida State to beat the 10th-ranked Tigers.
Swinney said Tuesday there are few teams in the nation, other than maybe No. 1 Alabama or No. 2 LSU, who’d be favored to beat the Seminoles on their home turf this season.
The Tigers enter their first Atlantic Coast Conference game as a two-touchdown underdog to Florida State (3-0, 1-0 ACC). That makes sense to Swinney, who says the defending ACC champions aren’t that great a team yet despite their second straight 3-0 start.
Swinney said Florida State has shown explosiveness on offense and power on defense that make them among the country’s best. It’s the ACC’s first matchup of top 10 opponents since 2007.
Get ready for the TIGERS!!!!!!!!!!