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With plenty of new in the program for a new season, let’s take a crack at what the starting lineup and rotation could look like for USC in 2021-22:

“He was a very kind man. He loved his players. He loved Florida State. And I think he’s a coach that truly knew his calling and his purpose.”

The targeted business license and building permit rebate grant program would offer five-year, 100% business license rebate to new businesses.

Through the first eight games of 2021, how has South Carolina's coaching staff performed in year one of the Shane Beamer era?

In a series in which they once could lean on veteran Charlie Morton for the crucial Games 1 and 5, the Braves instead are pondering how to best deploy an emergency arm.

Christ Church football player Benji Horton fought for his life. Now, his team is fighting in honor of him.

Funeral home workers never stopped working through the pandemic. "We do not have a situation where we can work from home. Nothing is the same, and no one can do things the same way."

The Cavaliers haven't lost a set in the playoffs through three matches.

It's now Clemson's turn to roll out the red carpet for the nation's most coveted 2023 prospect.

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Twenty children in this state now require critical care because of COVID-19 — the most since the South Carolina Children's Hospital Collaborative began tracking just three weeks ago.

The Clemson University Board of Trustees has voted to remove John C. Calhoun's name from the Honors College days after a student petition drew the support of thousands.

Our very own @SkinnyKenny_  will be a guest on The Paul@finebaum  show Friday afternoon. Time: 3:30 p.m. Channel: @SECNetwork  Topic: How #Coronavirus  has affected high school sports and @UrichJay  's protest with the @GamecockFB  team.

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A former congressional candidate wrote this opinion column on the candidates running in the November elections:

In this guest opinion column, CNN contributor and former State House Representative Bakari Sellers writes the issue of COVID-19 price gouging.

UPDATE: Starting noon tomorrow, face masks will be required for everyone inside grocery stores & pharmacies in the city of Greenville.

With a lack of a grocery store or market in Spartanburg's southside Robert Harris' must make a 12-mile round-trip just to buy groceries. Here's his story:

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