South Carolina football hasn't had the best season, to say the least. The Gamecocks are 3-8 after a loss to FCS program The Citadel after legendary head coach Steve Spurrier stepped down at mid-season, and have a rough date with the hated Clemson Tigers on deck. Former USC quarterback Connor Shaw, who guided the 'Cocks to some of their best seasons under Spurrier, is not happy with some of the dissension among fans, and let his thoughts be known on Twitter.
Shaw's dedication to the team is nice, but it is hard to fault Gamecock fans for being upset. Spurrier never won fewer than six games at SC, and the program had not finished with fewer than five wins since 1999—Lou Holtz's first year in Columbia.