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Fall Report: South Carolina

Fall Report

COLUMBIA, S.C. — South Carolina made a significant step in the right direction in 2021, not only getting back into a regional but hosting one, albeit as a No. 2 seed. For a while last spring, the Gamecocks looked like a legitimate Omaha-caliber club, but they always had some flaws, and opponents learned how to exploit them. Specifically, the lineup was fairly one dimensional, and not particularly athletic.

“I think if you look at our roster, we have more speed, more left/right balance, and it was by design,” South Carolina coach Mark Kingston said. “I felt like[…]

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