South Carolina football’s spring game is Saturday at noon. The Gamecocks are coming off of one of the most successful seasons in program history, during which Steve Spurrier’s squad went 11-2 and won the Capital One Bowl. South Carolina lost Jedeveon Clowney and quarterback Connor Shaw, but many still expect the Columbia based team to be extremely competitive come fall.
The team’s 2014 slate is daunting, with the opener coming against Texas A&M. South Carolina released its official 2014 poster with the full schedule.
— Gamecock Athletics (@GamecocksOnline) April 11, 2014
South Carolina opens its 2014 campaign at home against the Aggies on Thursday, Aug. 28. Home bouts against East Carolina and Georgia follow.