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First Look at 2013 Baseball Season Ticket Booklet

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Season tickets for the 2013 Baseball season will start mailing out this week! Thank you to everyone who renewed or purchased season tickets; we even surpassed last year's total. The Gamecocks' fan support is part of what makes Carolina Stadium the best college baseball environment in the country.

Check out a sneak peek of the cover images and a few of the ticket images in this year's season tickets booklet:

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Opening Day is February 15, 2013, as the Gamecocks host Liberty at 3:00 PM. You don't want to miss it!

Single game tickets go on sale to Gamecock Club members on February 5 at 10:00 AM. Remaining single game tickets (except the Clemson game) will be made available to the public on February 8 at 10:00 AM. Ticket requests are open now for Gamecock Club members for the Carolina-Clemson match-up at Fluor Field in Greenville on Saturday, March 2.

Basketball Season Tickets Surpass Last Year's Totals

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As basketball season approaches (two exhibition games this week and our #HoopsTakeover event!), season ticket sales have progressed steadily during the offseason. After an impressive run to the Sweet Sixteen by Dawn Staley's women's squad and the hiring of Frank Martin to lead the men's team, fans are looking forward to seeing what's in store at Colonial Life Arena this season. Both coaches are excited about getting the season started and seeing the returning players mesh with newcomers. (Check out a recap of their comments at last week's SEC Media Day here.)

With well over 5,900 season tickets sold so far, the men's team has already surpassed last year's total of 5,864 tickets. The women's team has also surpassed last year's number with almost 2,000 season tickets sold for 2012-13. Fans who have already purchased their season tickets should be receiving them next week.

Men's Basketball won their opening exhibition game Tuesday night vs. Kentucky Wesleyan and Women's Basketball will take on Anderson in an exhibition game this Sunday, November 4th, at 3 PM. Admission is free for exhibition games and seating is general admission.

Both teams will participate in our one-of-a-kind #HoopsTakeover event this Friday, November 2nd, featuring live interviews throughout the day streamed on, broadcast on 107.5 The Game in Columbia, and distributed via all South Carolina social media channels. The event will conclude with My Carolina's Basketball Preview Party for alumni association and Gamecock Club members exclusively.

To purchase season tickets online, go to the Tickets homepage.

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With the Gamecocks hosting their first SEC home game of the season we checked in with the ticket office to see what tickets are available as the Gamecocks are off to a 3-0 start.

This Saturday's 3:30 p.m. SEC Game of the Week on CBS against Missouri is almost completely sold out. Only a few dozen tickets remain. Click here to view exact available seats online.


Sept. 22 - Missouri - Less than 50 tickets left, almost sold out ($60 each)

Oct. 6 - Georgia - Sold Out ($70 each)

Oct. 27 - Tennessee - About 1,000 tickets remaining ($60 each)

Nov. 10 - Arkansas - Over 3,000 tickets remaining ($60 each)

In addition to the SEC home games, tickets remain available for the final home game of the season on November 17 vs. Wofford, the most affordable single game ticket in the SEC at just $30 each.

Purchase tickets online via Ticketmaster and choose your exact seat, by phone at 800-4SC-FANS or in person at the Colonial Life Arena Ticket Office.

Gamecocks Offer Most Affordable Single Game Ticket in SEC

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IMG_7229.JPGGamecock fans have seven opportunities to cheer on their team at home in Williams-Brice Stadium this season - and three of those games offer ticket prices among the most affordable in the SEC.

For several years South Carolina has had a tiered pricing system for football tickets with some games costing more than others, providing opportunities for more fans to see Gamecock Football. We took a look around the conference at ticket prices for non-conference games and as it turns out, South Carolina offers the least expensive single game ticket in the SEC at $30 each for the Gamecocks' match-up with Wofford (November 17, 1 p.m.)

Carolina's second home game vs. UAB (September 15, 7 p.m.) is tied for second-lowest in the league at $35 each. Selling for $40 each, tickets for the  home-opener against ECU are below the average lowest ticket price in the SEC which lands around $43 per ticket.

Tickets remain available for all home games except Georgia. Gamecock Club members (whose numbers reached record-high levels this year) were given the first option to purchase tickets, but all remaining tickets are now open to the public via Ticketmaster. Fans can even use their Interactive Seat Map (shown below) to choose their exact seat location. Approximately 5,000 tickets are still available for the first game vs. ECU - click here to purchase online.

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With the additions of the new area in the former farmer's market and the huge new video board, gamedays in Williams-Brice will be something fans don't want to miss. Crews have been testing the new board all week and are ready to put it to work.

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Football Season Tickets Update

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Can you believe it's only just a little over a month until the 2012 football season kicks off?

After a record-setting season in 2011, interest in the Gamecocks across the country has grown as the media and college football fans debate what South Carolina will do for an encore in 2012.

Fans renewing their season tickets have completed the seat selection process. That means that all remaining seats are available now for anyone purchasing season tickets. You can use our interactive map to see in real time exactly which seats are available.

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How would you like this view on gameday? These seats in section 506, along with lots of other great locations, are still available.

As season ticket sales continue to go well with the season approaching, we will also be announcing on-sale dates for mini plans and single game tickets sometime next week. As in the past, Gamecock Club members will have the first opportunity to purchase both mini plans and single game tickets. If you're not already a member, you can join online here or by calling the Gamecock Club at
803.777.4276. Joining at The Roost donation level is just $55.

The video board construction and the renovation of the old Farmer's Market area are both on schedule for the season. It's amazing to see the transformation of Williams-Brice Stadium and to think about how the gameday environment and atmosphere will be even better than before.

Season parking passes are also still available. For the first time this year, you can use our same interactive map to pick out your exact parking space.

Click here for a step-by-step guide for how to get season tickets or use our Ticket Wizard for more information on season tickets..

Tips & Features for the New Gamecock Club Playbook

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Playbook cover screengrab.JPGThe new 2012 Gamecock Club Playbook will begin arriving in mailboxes this week.  The Playbook includes your 2012 membership cards and decals, all 2012-2013 season ticket and parking applications (football, men's and women's basketball, and baseball), and the 2013 Gamecock Club renewal application. You can also check out a sample Playbook online right now.

The goal of this new Playbook is to simplify the renewal process and get all your information in one place. The Playbook also gives members a new payment option - the 11-Month Payment Plan. You can combine ALL your Gamecock goodies (season tickets, parking, membership renewal) into one lump transaction and spread the payments out equally over 11 months. Since it's considered one transaction, you only pay one handling charge instead of paying fees for every transaction throughout the year. However, to select the 11-Month Payment Plan, you will need to sign up by March 30, 2012. The Playbook includes step-by-step instructions on how to enroll in this payment plan.

For example, let's say I'm a 2012 Gamecock Club member at the Half Scholarship level. I have four football season tickets, parking in the new football parking facility on the former Farmer's Market site, two men's basketball season tickets, two women's basketball season tickets, two baseball season tickets, and I want to move up to the Full Scholarship giving level for next year, 2013. If I enroll in the 11-Month Payment Plan by the March 30 deadline, all of those items would be lumped together into one total amount for the year and divided into equal payments automatically charged to my credit or debit card at the end of each month from March 31, 2012, until January 31, 2013. All my payments are established for the next year and I can sit back and enjoy cheering on my Gamecocks. I don't have to worry about renewal deadlines; everything is already set. If I decide I want to change my football seat location during my online seat selection time in June, no worries, I can still do that. Any changes in the total amount due at any point will be prorated over the remaining months of the payment schedule.

If I don't want to do the 11-Month Payment Plan, I can also still choose to pay in full for everything separately. I can still pay for my football season tickets and parking by the May 31 deadline, then wait to pay for my basketball season tickets until the October 12 deadline, baseball by the December 7 deadline and my 2013 Full Scholarship membership by the January 31, 2013, deadline.

It's totally up to you which payment method you prefer, but keep in mind that if paid individually, each transaction would incur a separate handling charge ($10 online, $15 mail/phone) and it is your responsibility to make sure you have paid in full by the deadlines.

Seat selection for football will still be online and your selection time will be included in the Playbook (in June or July). Football parking may also be selected online for the first time ever. The Playbook includes paper request forms for football parking and season ticket seat location/relocation, but you only need to submit these if you do NOT want to participate in online selection.

Information on Gamecock Club member benefits, priority points, ticket limits and distribution are also included in the Playbook so you should hang on to it for long-term reference.

Check out the video below for an introduction to the Playbook:

Still need help? Call the Gamecock Club at 803.777.4276 or email with any questions. 


Capital One Bowl logo2.jpgFans now have the opportunity to purchase Capital One Bowl tickets and donate them directly to the Wounded Warrior Project.

To access, log in here on our ticket page, then scroll to bottom and click on "BUY PACKAGES/TICKETS." There are no fees or order charges for these donations.

Any fans who have already purchased tickets and have extra tickets they are not going to use are also encouraged to donate them for use by the Wounded Warrior Project. No refunds are being issued, but we can provide a receipt for the ticket donation.

Fans who want to donate their extra tickets may send them to the following address:

Gamecock Ticket Office
Attn: WWP
801 Lincoln St.
Columbia SC 29208

Capital One Bowl tickets are also still available for regular purchase through

If you have any questions please check our ticket page online or call the ticket office at 800-4SC-FANS.

Thank you for your support!
Remaining single game tickets for 2011 Gamecock Football went on sale Tuesday morning via Ticketmaster. Tickets are available for all games with the exception of Clemson.

New this season, fans can use Ticketmaster's Interactive Seating Map to view availability by section and choose their specific seat(s). We already had the ISM available for basketball and baseball, but now we are one of only about 10 schools to offer this tool for purchasing football tickets. The ISM is also integrated with Facebook (if you choose to connect with your account) and will show you if any of your Facebook friends have marked their seat in the stadium. 

The map shows you which sections have available tickets:

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 Many sections have only single seats available, while others have consecutive seating available. The sections colored in the with the darkest color blue have the most availability.

Once you select a section the map shows you all available seats in that particular section and you can choose exactly which seat(s) you want.

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You can click select as many seats as you want just by clicking on them and then heading to checkout.

We're just 11 days away from the home opener vs. Navy on September 17th!!

Go Gamecocks!


High Student Demand for Away Game Football Tickets

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Several hundred South Carolina students lined up at Colonial Life Arena this morning to purchase tickets to the five football away games in 2011, starting off with the ECU game in Charlotte.

Students who purchased ECU tickets received a free 2011 Football Gameday t-shirt courtesy of the university's Trademark and Licensing Department.

The allotment of student tickets for away games each year is based on analysis of past years' demand and sales. For example, this year the number of tickets made available for students for the Georgia game was more than double the allotment for the last game at Georgia in 2009 and it still quickly sold out. Student allotments for ECU and Tennessee also both sold out, while tickets remained for the games at Mississippi State and Arkansas.

We were pleasantly surprised by the increased demand for tickets to some of the away games this season and excited to see so many students wanting to hit the road to cheer on their Gamecocks! 

Can't wait for kickoff vs. ECU in eight days!!!

Check out photos below from the sale this morning:

Want a 2011 Gameday T-shirt of your own? Click here.

For any students who weren't able to get a ticket to the ECU game from the student allotment, they are also still available via Ticketmaster.

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Students who purchase a ticket to the opening game vs. ECU on September 3rd in Charlotte at Bank of America Stadium will receive a free 2011 Football Gameday T-Shirt! Thank you to the university's Trademark and Licensing Department for providing the t-shirts!

Sections of lower level seating in Bank of America Stadium have been reserved for student purchase with overflow available in the upper deck, so students will have a great view to watch their Gamecocks kick off 2011 vs. the Pirates. ECU game tickets are $60 each.

Students must bring their Carolina ID cards to purchase tickets and may purchase one ticket each to all away games. If you want to sit with your friends you will need to come to purchase your tickets together. The box office will remain open until 5:00 p.m. for student away game ticket purchases.

Other away games:
Sept 10th - at Georgia
Oct 15th - at Mississippi State
Oct 29th - at Tennessee
Nov 5th - at Arkansas

Away game tickets are sold to students at face value (not free like home games).

For non-student fans, ECU tickets are still available through Ticketmaster.
Season tickets and the Black mini plan (Vanderbilt, Kentucky, Florida) tickets are still available as well via the ticket office on The Garnet mini plan including Auburn, The Citadel, and Clemson is sold out. Single game tickets will go on sale exclusively to Gamecock Club members on September 1st and any remaining single game tickets will be made available to the general public on September 6th.

Football Ticket Availability Update & Mailing Info

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With fall sports getting ready to kick off and a lot of anticipation for seeing your tickets come in the mail, we wanted to make sure everyone has all the info on available South Carolina tickets!

Information on all of the ticket options discussed below and links to purchase are included on our tickets page. The tickets page is updated throughout the year with all your ticket options.

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Gamecock Football:

Season tickets are still available

*Fans who have already purchased their season tickets should be receiving email notifications this week about when to expect their tickets in the mail, expected to be between Aug. 22-26. If you haven't received your season tickets by Aug. 31, please call the ticket office at 800-4SC-FANS.

Three-game mini plans are also available now.

Garnet: $155
The Citadel

Black: $160

*Mini plans and away game tickets purchased through South Carolina are going in the mail this week. Some of you may have already received them.

Single game tickets for the season opener vs. ECU in Charlotte on Sept. 3rd and the home opener vs. Navy on Sept. 17th are on sale now through Ticketmaster.

*ECU tickets purchased through the South Carolina ticket office will be mailed along with season tickets.

Remaining single game tickets go on sale to Gamecock Club members first on Sept. 1st. Any remaining single game tickets will be made available to the general public on Sept. 6th.

Football season parking passes are also still available, particularly in the Farmers Market area. Call the ticket office at 803-777-4274 or  click here for more information.

Men's Soccer, Women's Soccer, Volleyball

Season tickets for Men's Soccer, Women's Soccer, and Volleyball are all available as well. All three teams have their home openers coming up soon in the first week of September. Season tickets are just $25 for an adult and $10 for youth (17 and under), a big savings on individual game ticket prices. Click here to purchase online.

Winter and Spring Sports:

Men's Basketball and Women's Basketball

Renewal information for 2010-11 season ticket holders will be available in September. For those who didn't have season tickets last year, new season ticket deposit orders are available now!

Baseball and Softball

Baseball season ticket renewal information for Gamecock Club members and university faculty/staff will be available in October 2011. New season ticket information will be available in December 2011. Renewal and new season ticket information for Softball will also be available in December 2011.

Less than 1,000 tickets remaining for Chick-fil-A Bowl

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Thumbnail image for chick fil a bowl logo.jpgWe have less than 1,000 tickets remaining for the Chick-fil-A Bowl available for anyone to purchase. Tickets are $80 each and will be in the South Carolina allotment sections. Buying through the South Carolina Athletics ticket office guarantees that you will be sitting in a South Carolina section.

We encourage fans to order tickets online here:

You can also order tickets by calling the South Carolina Athletics ticket office at 1-800-4SC-FANS or in person at the Colonial Life Arena box office between 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday.

All Gamecock Club and university faculty/staff ticket requests placed before the November 15th deadline will be fulfilled first, followed by Gamecock Club and faculty/staff requests placed by the second priority deadline of 5:00 PM this past Friday, December 10th. That fulfillment process will start tomorrow and tickets will be in the mail by December 17th. After those requests are all fulfilled all additional requests will be filled on a first come, first serve basis.

Brittany Lane, Spurs Up Blog

Approximately 1400 tickets available for Chick-fil-A Bowl

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Thumbnail image for chick fil a bowl logo.jpgWe have approximately 1400 tickets remaining for the Chick-fil-A Bowl available for anyone to purchase. Tickets are $80 each and will be in the South Carolina allotment sections.

We encourage fans to order tickets online here:

You can also order tickets by calling the South Carolina Athletics ticket office at 1-800-4SC-FANS or in person at the Colonial Life Arena box office between 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday.

All Gamecock Club and university faculty/staff ticket requests placed before the November 15th deadline will be fulfilled first, followed by Gamecock Club and faculty/staff requests placed by the second priority deadline of 5:00 PM this past Friday, December 10th. That fulfillment process will start tomorrow and tickets will be in the mail by December 17th. After those requests are all fulfilled all additional requests for the remaining 1400 tickets will be filled on a first come, first serve basis.

Brittany Lane, Spurs Up Blog
South Carolina Women's Soccer ranks sixth in the nation and first in the SEC for average attendance, with a slight edge over Georgia which ranks seventh.

This is a great point of pride for the program and one that is all due to the fans. We all sincerely appreciate your support for Gamecock Athletics; having great home crowds and fan support means a lot to our student-athletes. Go Gamecocks!

2010 NCAA Division I Women Attendance
3,633 Portland
2,524 Texas A&M
2,193 BYU
2,122 North Carolina
1,819 New Mexico
1,718 South Carolina
1,686 Georgia
1,468 TCU
1,393 USC
1,304 Washington
1,294 Army
1,237 Florida
1,214 Virginia
1,192 Texas Tech
1,189 Penn State
1,138 Texas
1,111 Notre Dame
1,081 Duke
1,072 Michigan
1,008 Stanford

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 Crowd at the Gamecocks' final home match of the 2010 season

- Brittany Lane, Spurs Up Blog

Even before the clock read 00:00 on the Gamecocks' win over Florida Saturday night, many fans' minds had turned to the big question of tickets. As most of you have heard, our allotment is going to be completely sold out as the current number of requests already far exceeds the number of tickets available and the deadline isn't until the end of today. The ticket office and Gamecock Club have fielded approximately 10,000 additional requests just since Saturday.

A little background info on how this process works:

- As you would expect, the SEC oversees the SEC Championship Game, including ticket distribution. The SEC makes tickets available for sale to the public well in advance of the game, but they are usually sold out soon after they become available and often there is even a waiting list for the next year, as there is now for the 2011 game.

- Each participating school is given an allotment of 15,900 tickets to distribute. At South Carolina the vast majority of those tickets are sold to fans. A smaller portion is allocated for students and for the university and athletics department.

- Gamecock Club members and university faculty/staff are given the first opportunity to put in requests for these tickets. Postseason football ticket request information (for both the SEC Championship Game and all possible bowl games) was mailed out on November 1st and the ticket office has been accepting requests since then. Before the game Saturday, there were already 6,500 ticket requests submitted for the SEC Championship Game. As of about 2:00 PM today there are over 16,000 requests. The deadline for requests to be submitted is today, November 15th.  You have until midnight tonight to submit your request online.

- As mentioned above, the number of requests received already far exceeds the number of tickets available, but you can still submit your request before the deadline today. Because of the high demand, tickets will be assigned based on Gamecock Club points. Currently, the estimated minimum total to get tickets is 250 points. Gamecock Club points are accumulated in the following ways:
- One point for every $100 donated to the Gamecock Club
- One point for every $100 donated to an individual sport or to The Garnet Way Capital Campaign
- Two points for each consecutive year a donation is made to the Gamecock Club
- One point for each season ticket purchased in football, baseball, and men's/women's basketball

- Fans will be notified
via email next Monday, November 22nd, whether they have gotten SEC Championship Game tickets. The tickets will then be mailed on November 24th. 

- With the SEC and South Carolina having sold their allotments, there are no tickets remaining through any official outlets. Please be cautious when buying tickets in the secondary market as counterfeit tickets are a risk with any game in such high demand.

- While everyone is understandably excited about the SEC Championship Game right now, remember that the Gamecocks will also be playing in a great bowl game this year and you need to submit ticket requests for that as well. Today, November 15th, is also the deadline to submit ticket requests for all bowl games SC might play in, including the Allstate Sugar Bowl should the Gamecocks win the SEC Championship Game.

- Your credit card will only be charged once you are actually assigned tickets, not when you submit the request.

For more information stay tuned to or call the ticket office: 800-4SC-FANS. For more insight from the SEC's Director of Championship Tickets, check out this interview on


- Brittany Lane, Spurs Up Blog


With basketball season about to tip off, I wanted to make sure everyone knew there are several different options for getting tickets. I've also linked to both basketball schedules so you can check it against your calendar & start thinking about when you can join us!

Men's Basketball

- Season Tickets: a ticket for every home game

Season tickets in the upper level of Colonial Life Arena range from $125 to $244 each depending on location and are available for anyone to purchase. Gamecock Club members may purchase season tickets in the lower bowl for $306.

There is also a Family Plan "4 for $400" option in the upper end zone, 2 adult tickets and 2 youth tickets (17 and under), that works out to less than $8 per game.

- Mini Packs: a ticket to a bundle of four games

Garnet Pack: $45
Delaware State - Wed. Dec. 1, 7 PM - Fox Sports Carolinas (Face Value - $15)
Kentucky - Sat. Jan. 22, 6 PM - ESPN (Face Value - $15)
Georgia - Sat. Feb. 12, 4 PM - SEC Network (Face Value - $15)
Tennessee- Thu. Mar. 3, 7 PM - ESPN (Face Value - $15)

Black Pack: $45
Clemson - Sun. Dec. 5, 1 PM - Fox (Face Value - $15)
Jacksonville State - Wed. Dec. 29, 7 PM - Fox Sports Carolinas (Face Value - $15)
Vanderbilt - Sat. Jan. 8, 5 PM - ESPN2 (Face Value - $15)
Florida - Wed. Feb. 9, 8 PM - SEC Network (Face Value - $15)

- Single Game Tickets: a ticket to one game

Single game tickets were on-sale as of November 1st for all non-conference games except Clemson. The Clemson game and tickets for the SEC portion of the schedule will go on sale at a later date. Single game tickets are $18 for lower level and $15 for upper level.

Women's Basketball

- Season Tickets: a ticket to every home game

Women's Basketball games are general admission at South Carolina, but with a season ticket you can have reserved seats for the entire season. Season tickets are $50 each and each season ticket account receives a free Dawn Staley bobblehead collectible.

There is also a Family Plan option - just $100 for 4 general admission tickets, which works out to less than $2 per game.

- Single Game Tickets: a ticket to one game

Single game tickets are general admission and cost $7 each.

For any of these ticket options you can call 1-800-4SC-FANS or visit the tickets section of

2010-11 Schedule:

Men's Basketball Schedule

Women's Basketball Schedule

See y'all there! Go Gamecocks!

- Brittany Lane, Spurs Up Blog

Basketball Preview Party theme? Protect this house

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Monday night the My Carolina Alumni Association and the Gamecock Club hosted a Basketball Preview Party for their members. The event included an autograph session, food and beverages, Cocky, the cheerleaders and the band, a silent auction, door prizes, a 3-point shot contest (sophomore guard Ieasia Walker made eight out of her 10 three point shots!), and introductions of all the players and coaches. Both head coaches, Dawn Staley and Darrin Horn, spoke to the crowd and emphasized the need to protect this house. If we protect home court and win those games, both teams could be very successful. Staley and Horn also expressed appreciation for the fans' support, both last night at the event and throughout the season. 

Folks were excited to get a glimpse of this season's new Under Armour uniforms, which you can check out in the photos on our Facebook page (more on the development of the new uniforms coming up tomorrow on Spurs Up Blog).

Both teams have exhibition games this week that are free to attend. The men play Thursday night at 7:00 PM vs. Kentucky Wesleyan and the women play on Friday night vs. Lander, also at 7:00 PM. We'll have the season openers for both teams in a doubleheader on Friday, November 12, starting at 6:30 PM with the women vs. No. 5 Xavier followed by the men at 9:00 PM vs. Elon. Get tickets by calling 1-800-4SC-FANS or order online on

See you there! Go Gamecocks!

- Brittany Lane, Spurs Up Blog


Arkansas tickets available through SC ticket office

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I checked with the ticket office yesterday and there are a few thousand single game tickets available for sale from the allotment returned by Arkansas. That's a few thousand more Gamecocks in the stands that won't be Razorbacks instead!! South Carolina fans can get these tickets by calling 1-800-4SC-FANS or by ordering online.

It's a night game so y'all know Williams-Brice will be rockin'! South Carolina vs. Arkansas is the last conference match-up we will play at home this year, meaning with a win over the Razorbacks the Gamecocks will be undefeated at home vs. SEC opponents. Winning all the home games was a big goal the team set this season and wins against Arkansas and Troy are all that remain to realize that goal.

Hope to see a packed Garnet house on Saturday... Go Gamecocks!!!

- Brittany Lane, Spurs Up Blog