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The season is still going mostly according to plan for the Coastal Carolina football team.

Players and coaches are required to conform to new safety practices to continue to keep the team safe.

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Brandon McCladdie, a 2013 Citadel graduate and former football player for the Bulldogs, was recently hired as the new director of athletic development at Davidson College.

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Gene Sapakoff column: Coastal Carolina was looking forward to a breakthrough football season with a big-money opener at South Carolina and a rare home game against a Power Five opponent, but what happens if none of that happens?

FCS playoffs still alive this fall for The Citadel, Charleston Southern football

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An FCS playoff berth is still a possibility for The Citadel and Charleston Southern football, at least for the time being, after the NCAA put off a decision on postponing championships in fall sports.

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The NCAA’s Board of Governors is scheduled to meet Friday, at which time the 25-member panel could decide to cancel or postpone fall championships, including the 24-team FCS football playoffs.

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Gene Sapakoff column: As more NFL players express COVID-19 concerns, college football players should be encouraged by coaches to speak out on safety issues involved with staging a 2020 season.

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Former Cainhoy High School star Robert Porcher will be inducted into the South Carolina Football Hall of Fame next week.

Citadel football opener with CAA foe Elon, C of C fall sports are still on

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Citadel football’s season opener against CAA member Elon on Sept. 5 remains on track, despite the Colonial Athletic Association’s announcement that it will not play a league schedule this fall. 

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Former Charleston Southern star and Goose Creek native Bobby Ison was recently named to the Big South Baseball All-Decade team.

Give players input into 2020 college football season decisions

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Twice now I’ve tried to predict what would happen with fall sports and COVID-19. I like the phrase Stewart Mandel, editor-in-chief of college football coverage for The Athletic, used to describe the pandemic: “The days are monotonous, but the weeks are like whiplash.”

No fall football for SC State; MEAC cancels season as SC COVID-19 cases rise

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The MEAC became the third college conference to cancel football this fall due to the coronavirus.

Sapakoff: The best political college football fix is April Madness

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Gene Sapakoff column: COVID-19 spikes and liability concerns make a 2020 fall college football season less likely; a 2021 spring plan isn’t perfect but looks better with a short season and an eight-team playoff

Johnson Hagood Stadium part of Citadel's 'study' of structures named for historical figures

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Citadel President Glenn M. Walters announced the committee in a message to the campus earlier this month. In June, The Citadel’s African American Alumni Association renewed its call to change the name of Johnson Hagood Stadium, which is named for a Citadel graduate and former South Carolina governor who also was a Confederate general and slave owner.

Citadel baseball adds four graduate transfers

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The Citadel baseball team has added four graduate transfers for the 2021 season, including two NCAA Division III All-American pitchers and a former Furman catcher.

Sapakoff: Post-COVID college sports will be survival of the fittest, richest

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Gene Sapakoff column: 2020 college football season decisions mean dominoes falling that will impact all college sports at all levels. 

College of Charleston adds another transfer for next basketball season

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The College of Charleston basketball program has added a second graduate transfer for next season in Saint Joseph University forward Lorenzo Edwards.

Former Charleston star Goudelock wouldn't change anything about his pro basketball career

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Former College of Charleston star Andrew Goudelock has traveled the world playing basketball. While Goudelock didn’t stick in the NBA, he wouldn’t change anything about his professional basketball career.

13 total Citadel athletes have tested positive for coronavirus, including football players

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The total number of positive tests for COVID-19 among athletes at The Citadel has risen to 13, the school reported in a campus-wide update on Wednesday.

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Charleston Southern basketball greats Kelvin Martin and Saah Nimley were named to the Big South All-Decade team.

Six Citadel athletes, including football players, test positive for COVID-19; workouts halted

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Six Citadel athletes have tested positive for COVID-19, and the Bulldogs are halting voluntary summer workouts for football and other sports, a school official said Saturday.

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The manager of a Chipotle restaurant in Florence has been suspended after being involved in what is being described as a racial incident Thursday afternoon involving NFL star Darius Leonard, a former S.C. State football player.

Gamecocks add wide receiver, offensive lineman to 2021 recruiting class

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South Carolina on Monday landed its second offensive line commitment for the 2021 recruiting class in as many weeks when JonDarius Morgan of Birmingham, Ala.,  announced his plans to join the Gamecocks.

Citadel athletes begin 'phased-in' return to workouts after COVID-19 shutdown

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Citadel football players are back on campus, working out in the weight room and running sprints on the new turf at Johnson Hagood Stadium as the Bulldogs begin a “phased-in” return to sports activities.

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The Citadel’s football stadium is named for an 1847 graduate named Johnson Hagood, a slave owner who commanded Confederate forces as a brigadier general during the Civil War.

College of Charleston sailors left wondering 'what if' after virus wipes out championships

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With six All-Americans, the College of Charleston sailing team was considered a top national contender.

Big South Conference adds Robert Morris University for football

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The Big South Conference has added Robert Morris University as an associate member in football starting in 2021, bringing the FCS league to nine members starting with that season.

Citadel dismisses longtime wrestling coach

The Citadel has decided not to renew the contract of longtime wrestling coach Rob Hjerling, the school announced Monday.

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A rift between former College of Charleston star basketball player Andrew Goudelock and the school began with a lawsuit over unpaid bills and expanded with Goudelock’s frustrations over the school’s slow response to the deaths of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor. The school’s reaction brought up memories of the subtle racism that he experienced during his time on campus.

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Jeff McElveen, a former star defensive player at Goose Creek, will head into the 2020 season as part of a running back core at Furman that is facing high expectations in the FCS.

Coastal's Henderson, Hamilton and Brown join five CSU players on Big South Football All-Decade Team

Former Summerville High School star running back De’Angelo Henderson, who starred at Coastal Carolina, and former James Island standouts Chad Hamilton and Devin Brown, also of Coastal Carolina, were among 35 players on the Big South Football All-Decade Team for 2010-19.

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Four former Citadel athletes talk about being young black men in America. 

Citadel coach: New college baseball model could lead to split among NCAA Division I schools

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As college baseball sits out the 2020 season due to the coronavirus pandemic, a new model for the future of the sport is being proposed by coaches.

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The CAA announced Wednesday that it has adopted a new scheduling concept for Olympic team sports programs during the 2020-21 season to cut travel costs.

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S.C. State quarterback and former Baptist Hill star Corey Fields is ready to take over the Bulldogs’ offense after his breakout 2019 season.

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AAU Basketball has been all but canceled this summer due to the coronavirus. Several Lowcountry players were hoping to use the summer circuit to garner attention and earn college scholarships.

Sapakoff: Coronavirus pressure unmasks exploitation of college players

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Save athletic department budgets, support almost every other college sport, help cash-strapped universities, add cashflow to local businesses, bailout TV networks starved for live programming. And that’s not all that’s being asked of unpaid major college football players in a proposed COVID-19 return.

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Three Citadel football players were named to the preseason All-America team by HERO Sports on Thursday, including quarterback Brandon Rainey as a first-team pick.

One Citadel model for football amid coronavirus: 3,000 to 4,000 fans in stands

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Home games with 3,000 to 4,000 fans in the stands — less than half as many as normal — is one scenario The Citadel is considering for the 2020 football season amid coronavirus.

Clemson football has another big week in recruiting

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Phil Kornblut recruiting column: Clemson scored two big commitments last week, including Bubba Chandler, a quarterback likely to help the baseball team.

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The College of Charleston had to pay The Citadel $65,000 to play the Bulldogs in men’s basketball in November.

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Andrew Glover, a member of the 2014 Wando basketball championship team, will be the head hoops coach at Lucy Beckham.

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Gene Sapakoff column: Furman baseball, a program eliminated this week, helped shape great parts of life for Charleston’s Alex Abrams, who cherishes memories of community service and team bonding as much as on-field competition

NCAA paves way for football, basketball workouts to resume on June 1

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College football took a step toward having a 2020 season of some kind on Wednesday, when the NCAA’s Division I council voted to lift a nationwide ban that had been in place for on-campus activities in June.

Despite coronavirus, Citadel football put together a productive spring

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Despite the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic, Citadel football had a productive spring in the classroom and on the recruiting trail.

Four-star linebacker Carter commits to Clemson

Four-star linebacker Barrett Carter of Suwanee, Ga., announced a commitment to Clemson on Tuesday night, becoming the 11th commitment for the Tigers’ 2021 class.

USC top coaches, administrators taking 10% pay cuts to aid with coronavirus cash crunch

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University of South Carolina’s top athletics coaches along with the president and top school administrators are taking one-year 10 percent pay cuts to help ease losses at the state’s largest college from the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Marc MacMillan, the new Charleston Southern baseball coach, will rely on Ole Miss experience to lead his new program.

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Furman University began playing college baseball in 1891, so long ago that the name of the first Paladins coach is lost to history.

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The annual rating of SEC and ACC football head coaches includes major risers, free-fallers and six new hires.

Charleston Southern names new baseball coach

Marc MacMillan, who has been a part of the Ole Miss baseball program for the past seven years, is the new head coach at Charleston Southern.

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Coy Simon, a star tennis player at Philips Simmons High School, is ready for the next chapter of his life at Tennessee.

SoCon freezes salaries, limits 2021 baseball tournament to 4 teams in cost-cutting measures

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The Southern Conference will limit its 2021 baseball championship tournament to just four teams, freeze staff salaries and reduce the size of staff at the conference office in cost-cutting measures announced Thursday to handle a budget crunch caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

Big South delays moving basketball tournament to Charlotte in cost-cutting measure

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The Big South Conference will delay moving its basketball championships to Charlotte for one year as part of a package of cost-cutting moves in response to the coronavirus pandemic.



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