South Carolina football: The fall out after the Clemson game

In the aftermath of the South Carolina football team’s loss to rival Clemson, there’s one storyline that’s overshadowed the game.

On Monday morning, SEC Country’s Hale McGranahan returned to ‘The Press Box’ with Brad Senkiw on 105.5 The Roar to talk about the fall-out, following the Gamecocks fourth-straight loss to the Tigers.

Check out the interview right here. (11/27/17 Hour 2)

  • South Carolina athletics director Ray Tanner on the conduct of a handful of students during the Clemson game. What did Tanner have to say in the aftermath? (:07)
  • What’s the reaction from the Gamecock fan-base? (1:55)
  • Any first-hand accounts of students throwing objects onto the field during the Clemson game? (3:12)
  • Is the rivalry healthy right now? Or are there reasons to be concerned? (5:06)
  • The difference in talent between South Carolina and Clemson is significant. Is there a chance that it changes anytime soon? (6:55)
  • While it is significant, the Gamecocks are taking some steps in the right direction, to help narrow the window. But the Tigers are among the best of the best on the recruiting trail. (8:30)
  • After the game, South Carolina coach Will Muschamp said his team didn’t handle the moment well. (9:25)
  • It’s a young team with a handful of upperclassmen who haven’t played on very good teams during their time in Columbia. (10:30)
  • A year or two down the road from now, the younger players will be more equipped to handle bigger stages. (11:15)
  • There are a lot of rumors surrounding co-offensive coordinator Kurt Roper. (11:55)
  • How much is Roper to blame for the offense’s struggles in 2017? (13:15)

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