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Located in Columbia, South Carolina, the South Carolina Gamecocks are the collegiate athletic program that represents the University of South Carolina. South Carolina’s intercollegiate program, which is a member of the Southeastern Conference, has eight men’s and 11 women’s teams. Men’s teams include football, baseball, basketball, golf, indoor and outdoor track, soccer, swimming, and tennis. Women’s teams include basketball, cross-country, equestrian, golf, sand volleyball, soccer, softball, indoor and outdoor track, swimming and diving, tennis, and volleyball. South Carolina’s biggest rival is Clemson University. These two colleges are separated by just 125 miles and have been bitter rivals since 1889. South Carolina and Clemson have the third-longest uninterrupted rivalry in college football. South Carolina also has heated rivalries with several SEC foes, including the University of Georgia, Tennessee, and Florida.
South Carolina has won nine national titles and has produced numerous Olympians. South Carolina’s most notable varsity teams include its football program, men’s basketball, women’s basketball, and baseball. As a football program, South Carolina won the 2010 SEC East title, the 1969 ACC Championships, but boasts a disappointing 8-12 record in its bowl games. South Carolina has had one Heisman Trophy winner, George Rogers (1980) and has two alumni that are enshrined in the College Football Hall of Fame (Rogers and Sterling Sharpe). The men’s basketball team first gained prominence under long-time head coach, Frank McGuire. Under McGuire, South Carolina boasted an impressive 205-65 record and won two conference championships. The women’s basketball team advanced to its first Final Four in 2015 after claiming its second straight #1 seed in the NCAA tournament. The baseball program won two national championships in 2010 and 2011 and has made the NCAA Tournament 29 times. From 2010 through 2012, the baseball program won 22 straight NCAA tournament games and 12 straight College World Series games, which are both NCAA records.
South Carolina’s mascot is “Cocky”, a cartoonish version of a gamecock. Cocky attends all athletic events and can be seen leading the student sections through various cheers and fight songs. South Carolina’s fight song is “The Fighting Gamecocks Lead the Way” and its official school colors are garnet and black.
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6-3-15: The South Carolina Gamecocks men's basketball team won't be welcoming back suspended forwards Demetrius Henry and Shamiek Sheppard for the 2015-16 NCAA season. Both players, including guard Reggie Theus, Jr., will all transfer from the program. The team held its own in wake of the suspensions, winning five of its final nine games and finishing the season at 17-16. It was the Gamecocks' first winning season since 2008-09.