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2015 Schedule
3-9, 6th in SEC - East
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45mEdward Aschoff

South Carolina post-spring breakdown

Freshman Brandon McIlwain made the best impression at South Carolina during the spring, but is the answer right now for the Gamecocks?

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Take Two: Debating best SEC coaches of past decade

Ranking the best SEC coaches of the past decade is a tough task with many factors to consider, but Nick Saban is an easy choice for the top spot.

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Five best SEC head coaches of the past decade

No surprise here: Nick Saban and Urban Meyer, who have combined for six national championships in the past 10 seasons while in the SEC, top this list.

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2dEdward Aschoff

Ranking the SEC's Week 1 games in 2016

We will see two storied programs competing with playoff implications already on the table when Alabama and USC face off in Week 1.

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3dEdward Aschoff

Most important players in the SEC East

From QBs to linemen to a linebacker and running back, these are the guys who are keys to their teams' success in 2016.

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SEC coaching staffs finally seem set

The coaching carousel looks to have finally stopped in the SEC. So now is a good time to look back at all the new hires since the end of last season.

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The rise, fall & rise again of Marcus Lattimore

Marcus Lattimore was destined to be an NFL star before a terrible knee injury ended his career. He has found a second life as a public speaker and says he wouldn't change a thing about his life. 'I'm thankful for those knee injuries'

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Lattimore: Knee pain never went away (2:40)
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Lattimore on NFL experience: It was awesome (1:36)

Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

When I asked Marcus Lattimore if he still watches football he grinned and gushed about how much he still loves the game. However, he does react when he sees big hits. He used to love seeing them and used to love getting hit. That changed after his two knee injuries. "I cringe every time a running back gets hit." Asked if he'd let his future kids play football, he smiled and said "without a doubt."

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Marcus Lattimore's new lease on life (4:36)

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