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Not really sure why they included a Mizz player who never played in the SEC.
Ko was always one of my favorite Gamecocks while he played here. Unfortunately it didn't work out for him in the pros but I am glad to see that he is getting the recognition that he deserves for his stellar play during his college career.
"We are South Carolina. We respect everyone but fear no one" - Ray Tanner
I still don't understand what happened with NFL. He had that incident in Rock Hill and it all seemed to unravel afterward.
"I'm Ko Simpson, I'm worth millions." LOL
Seriously, though, outside of his nonperformance in the Independence Bowl, one of the greatest defenders to ever wear the Garnet and Black. Also, he's a poster child for why redshirting simply doesn't make any sense with great players these days.
Please elaborate why he is?
Because they only get two years on the field instead of three.
You can't see! I can't see! All that matters is can the f*&%ing horse see! That's a raid!
He was not redshirted he was greyshirted
He was great.
What happened in Rock Hill? The 'incident' someone referred to?
Him and Sidney are exactly why you get what you can out of Darius English and Mike Davis right now.
This post was edited by steve miller 22 months ago
Ally will beat the crap out of Uga.
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