Voices of the Gamecocks
Host, "Carolina Calls with Will Muschamp" & "The Will Muschamp Show" (TV)
The all-time leading passer in Gamecock history and the school's winningest quarterback, Todd Ellis has served as the "Voice of the Gamecocks" for football since 2003. Previously, Ellis served as the sideline reporter for the radio network and has also worked as a color analyst and broadcaster for Comcast Sports Southeast telecasts of South Carolina football. Ellis has also hosted the coaches' television show and served on CBS's bowl game radio coverage. Ellis re-wrote the school's passing records during his Gamecock career (1986-1989), setting more than 20 records and throwing for 9,953 yards.
Tommy SuggsColor Analyst, Football
Tommy Suggs, a former standout Gamecock quarterback, is in his fourth decade as a member of South Carolina's football radio coverage. Suggs played for Carolina from 1968-1970 and is regarded as one of the school's all-time premier signal callers. He led the Gamecocks to the 1969 ACC Championship and a Peach Bowl berth, and was named MVP of the 1970 Blue-Gray All-Star Classic. Suggs was inducted into the University's Athletic Hall of Fame in 1989. He has also been instrumental in leading fundraising efforts for South Carolina.
Sideline Reporter, Football
Former South Carolina and NFL defensive lineman Langston Moore joined the Gamecock IMG Sports Network as sideline reporter in 2012. Moore was a member of the Carolina football team from 1999-2002 before embarking on an NFL career that included stints in Cincinnati (2003-04), Arizona (2005-06), and Detroit (2007-08). He was originally a sixth round pick by the Bengals in the 2003 NFL Draft. He has been a volunteer for the Frye Foundation and USAA Cares, as well as Home Town Huddle during his playing and post-NFL career. His father, Ken Moore, was a well-known radio personality in Ft. Wayne and Charleston.
Derek ScottPlay-by-Play, Men's Basketball & Baseball
Derek Scott took over as the voice of Gamecock men's basketball and baseball in October 2016 and is also a senior account executive for Gamecock IMG Sports Marketing. Since 2007, Scott has served as a television (Gamecock Athletics-produced games on SEC Network Plus) and radio play-by-play voice for various Gamecock teams, including men's and women's basketball, baseball and volleyball. He has also been the host of Gamecock Athletics' weekly show, "Inside the Roost," highlighting the programs of the Carolina athletics department.
Casey ManningColor Analyst, Basketball
The analyst for South Carolina basketball since 1994, Casey Manning attended South Carolina from 1969-1973 and earned a varsity letter for the legendary Frank McGuire from 1971-1973. He was a member of Carolina's ACC Tournament Championship team in 1970-1971, as well as the state player of the year at Dillon H.S. in Dillon, S.C., in 1969. Manning is currently a Circuit Court Judge for the state of South Carolina, having served in that capacity since April 1994. Manning is a member of the South Carolina Bar Association and is a past president of the South Carolina Athletic Hall of Fame.
Tommy MoodyColor Analyst & Play-by-Play, Baseball
A graduate of A.C. Flora High School, Tommy Moody joined the Gamecock broadcast team in 1999. Moody, a Columbia native, played under head coach Bobby Richardson on the Gamecock baseball team from 1970-72. Moody is the chairman of the USC Athletic Hall of Fame and was a past president of the USC Association of Lettermen in 1992. He currently co-hosts "The Early Game" on The Game (107.5 FM), Monday through Friday from 6-9 a.m.
Brad MullerPlay-by-Play, Women's Basketball & Softball
Brad Muller has been the radio voice of South Carolina women's basketball since the 2007-2008 season and hosts the Dawn Staley television show. He has also served as the color analyst for television replays on SportSouth and pay-per-view broadcasts of Gamecock football since 2007. In addition, Muller provides play-by-play on webcasts for Carolina softball home games. He has worked as the Senior Director of Communications for the Carolina Alumni Association since 2006. Originally from Stamford, CT, Muller graduated from Carolina in 1992 with a degree in Broadcasting from the College of Journalism Mass Communications. Following graduation, Muller worked one year in news at WVOC radio in Columbia before spending 13 years in Milledgeville, GA, as the play-by-play voice of Georgia College & State University.