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Really tough to pin down, but here’s a few (and yes, how you perform post college is a factor for me):
7. BJ McKie – Those were great times.
6. John Abraham – I can hear the announcer calling out his name right now for another tackle.
5. Duce Staley – Awesome back that kept it going on the next level.
4. Sidney Rice – TD Machine.
3. Alex English – Before my time, but I’ve seen the stats (college & pro) and that’s all you need to know.
2. George Rogers – Heisman and #1 pick
1. Latt – Huge impact after only 2 years. Has been a true program changer.
Oh I almost forgot, Spurrier is the man
This post was edited by USCFAN4LIFE on 2/3/2012 at 2:52 PM
1. Marcus Lattimore
2. Moe Brown
4. Scott Wingo
5. Kenny Miles
I rated these on how much fun it was to watch them play, not on whoia best: Roche, Wingo, Grantz, Mookie Wilson, George Rogers, Lattimore, Rickey Hagood
In no particular order, players only:
God, it's hard to leave Melvin Ingram, John Ribock, Tanneyhill, Tommy Suggs, Dickie Harris, Hank Small, Kip Bouknight, Randy Martz, Mookie, Jay Feltz, Tom Riker, Kevin Joyce, Alex English, Whit, Cedrick Hordges, Matt Price, Mike Hold, Phil Petty, Earl Bass, Zam Sr., Brandon Bennett, Christian Walker, Devin Downey, Skip Harlicka, JBJ and Marcus off. But the OP said no honorable mentions.
This post has been edited 6 times, most recently by 81 Alumnus on 2/3/2012 at 6:12 PM
I am 32 so in my lifetime..
7. Sterling (first Gamecock hero)
6. Deboer (Bulldozer/Catcher, amazing beast he was)
5. Melvin Ingram (we may never see his level of "bigman" athleticism again/never took a play off, never)
4. Sidney (He was amazing even when the team wasn't/and I'm from Gaffney...)
3. Tanneyhill (he gave us Gamecock Pride, autograph on kitty paw in Taterville, priceless!)
2. Wingo (Magician/2 Titles he was huge in helping to get)
1. Lattimore (words can't describe it)
1. John Roche (reason I am a Gamecock)
2. Big George
3. Kip Bouknight (invented "battle")
4. Mike Hold
5. Kevin Joyce
6. Tony Wadkins
7. Darius Rucker (As Hootie, not the country stuff)
“Smart people don’t believe everything they read, and they don’t believe hearsay. … I guess Dabo believed it.” - Steve Spurrier
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