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Gamecocks Unveil 2013 Uniforms

COLUMBIA, S.C. (August 3, 2013) – Under Armour and the University of South Carolina have partnered to design a new look for the Gamecocks for the 2013 football season. In developing the new look, Under Armour focused on creating “something timeless that fits in with the power and tradition of…

COLUMBIA, S.C. (August 3, 2013) – Under Armour and the University of South Carolina have partnered to design a new look for the Gamecocks for the 2013 football season.

In developing the new look, Under Armour focused on creating “something timeless that fits in with the power and tradition of SEC Football and linked specifically to South Carolina.”

According to Under Armour, “Coach Spurrier has established a tradition of excellence at South Carolina and we worked together to create a uniform that would be viewed in the same light and would instantly be known as the South Carolina design for years to come.”

Under Armour noted that the total number of stripes in the jersey, pant and helmet totals 11, the same number of buildings on “The Horseshoe,” the most famous part of the South Carolina campus and a national historic landmark.

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2013 Uniforms

*Attached photo features defensive end Chaz Sutton (90) and quarterback Dylan Thompson (17). More photos are viewable on GamecocksOnline.com.

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44 comments

Truth Speaker August 3, 2013 at 1:45 pm

Notice how they didn’t say power and tradition of South Carolina football. They said power and tradition of SEC. That is because the Coots have no power and tradition!

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TajMahal August 3, 2013 at 4:32 pm

Close to a five year tradition of stomping the piss out of Climpsun.

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9" August 3, 2013 at 7:36 pm Reply
Verdicto August 3, 2013 at 4:42 pm

Four in a row you whiny tater bitch. Also, the only tradition that Clemson has, besides your dipshit desert pebble that one of your own fans jackhammered, is a tainted title by your racist, cheating redneck coach obtained by fraud through bought and paid for players. Good luck against Georgia, your pansyass team is going to need it.

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/761838-1981-clemson-2004-usc-football-national-champions

In 1981, Clemson celebrated its only national championship in college football, under coach Danny Ford, and the school’s first of any type. Less than one year later, the NCAA found Clemson in violation of a multitude of NCAA rules. These infractions ranged from improper benefits to recruiting violations.

The NCAA came down harshly on Clemson. The Tigers received a two-year postseason ban (1982-83), reduced the number of scholarships from 30 to 20 for the 1983-84 seasons and included a live television ban for 1983-84. (The complete details and violations and penalties can be found here.)

However, one thing is missing. Many of the violations listed occurred during the late 1970s and early 80’s. During the recruiting years leading up to its national championship, Clemson tried to lure recruits with cars, cash, and transportation. It is undisclosed which of the recruits receiving these benefits ended up playing at Clemson, but at the very least, a few players on the ’81 team received improper benefits while enrolled.

The question now has to be raised: Why did the NCAA not strip Clemson of its national championship?

Looking back at the situation 30 years later, it seems amazing that Clemson did not have to forfeit any games. Less than one year after the season ended, Clemson received heavy sanctions for violations committed in regards to players on the 1981 team. If what Clemson did was against NCAA rules, the players would have been ineligible.

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Finius Nullis August 3, 2013 at 5:33 pm

“desert pebble”? — I’m still trying to figure that one out. Why no sanctions? – no one at Clemson knew what it meant much less spell it. “Forfeit” – they did know that one in terms of jail bonds. There was a rumor (unconfirmed) that Ford tried to see if the offensive/defensive linemen could play handcuffed together, but it didn’t work out so good.

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Verdicto August 3, 2013 at 6:33 pm

Frank Howard’s vaunted stone paperweight, which to the delight of SLED is rubbed by the entire Tiger team pre-game thus providing easy access to their fingerprints, is from Death Valley, California, which for the uninitiated is in the BFE desert. It was vandalized by a budding meth cooker Clemson fan earlier this summer.

http://www.sbnation.com/college-football/2013/6/28/4474756/howards-rock-vandalism-arrest-clemson-football

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Squishy123 August 4, 2013 at 9:45 am

“desert pebble”, Gamecock speak for Howards Rock… just like “dirt pecker” is Tiger speak for Gamecock.

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hack August 5, 2013 at 5:31 pm

You mad Bro?

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Raymond August 3, 2013 at 5:02 pm

You are correct. Clempson owns the leather helmet era.

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9" August 3, 2013 at 7:30 pm

I noticed that ,and was very,very sad…

Would you rather watch me fuck the retired minister’s butt on cam?$$$

Skype?

Have COCK,will GAME!

Reply
oh my old bones August 4, 2013 at 9:25 am

and exactly what tradition does Clemson have? winning a bs conference that isn’t worth anything to anyone anymore for the first and only time in 23 years? Getting butt pounded on the big stage so bad the announcers were laughing at you? I notice you haven’t even won your own state since in almost 5 years. in fact your last win was 4 years 8 months and 6 days ago (or 1710 total days) to be exact. nice tradition. Damn bitch seems to everyone you only have on “Tradition” left. Losing, as in not winning, or failing. hahahaha keep living in the past tater while we changed the future. lmfao at you and all taters, always!!! As for conferences, did you ever stop to wonder while you coach DooDoo keeps quoting that they are in the “SEC south”? or that they are basically an SEC team because they play 2 SEC games each year for the last 3? because A. he wishes he didn’t have to say they play on the B squad of conferences and B. he knows winning it is as laughable as winning the ugly dog contest. didn’t the ACC championship game tickets just sell for less than the paper they were printed on last year? didn’t they have a team in the finals without a winning record? Wasn’t the champ from 2 years ago not in the top 17 teams in the nation, and lost to as you try to say the 5th best team from the SEC with a back up QB and a 3rd string RB? Seriously dude, the real truth is that Clemson has become so desperate to feel some sort of win they think that history and traditions, that they don’t even have anymore mind you, will count someday. “If we keep talking about it maybe one day someone will credit it”, every tiger fan says when talking to anyone at that local pitstop on main st in tiger town. Well history and tradition say you are no better than Harvard, Princeton, Yale, Cornell, Lafayette, and many others that have more history and titles than Clemson does. LMFAO Tradition? losing is a tradition now? LOL history? lol. you are funny. the real truth has just been spoken. Winner OUT!!!

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Truth Speaker August 3, 2013 at 1:45 pm

Notice how they didn’t say power and tradition of South Carolina football. They said power and tradition of SEC. That is because the Coots have no power and tradition!

Reply
TajMahal August 3, 2013 at 4:32 pm

Close to a five year tradition of stomping the piss out of Climpsun.

Reply
9" August 3, 2013 at 7:36 pm Reply
Verdicto August 3, 2013 at 4:42 pm

Four in a row you whiny tater bitch. Also, the only tradition that Clemson has, besides your dipshit desert pebble that one of your own fans jackhammered, is a tainted title by your racist, cheating redneck coach obtained by fraud through bought and paid for players. Good luck against Georgia, your pansyass team is going to need it.

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/761838-1981-clemson-2004-usc-football-national-champions

In 1981, Clemson celebrated its only national championship in college football, under coach Danny Ford, and the school’s first of any type. Less than one year later, the NCAA found Clemson in violation of a multitude of NCAA rules. These infractions ranged from improper benefits to recruiting violations.

The NCAA came down harshly on Clemson. The Tigers received a two-year postseason ban (1982-83), reduced the number of scholarships from 30 to 20 for the 1983-84 seasons and included a live television ban for 1983-84. (The complete details and violations and penalties can be found here.)

However, one thing is missing. Many of the violations listed occurred during the late 1970s and early 80’s. During the recruiting years leading up to its national championship, Clemson tried to lure recruits with cars, cash, and transportation. It is undisclosed which of the recruits receiving these benefits ended up playing at Clemson, but at the very least, a few players on the ’81 team received improper benefits while enrolled.

The question now has to be raised: Why did the NCAA not strip Clemson of its national championship?

Looking back at the situation 30 years later, it seems amazing that Clemson did not have to forfeit any games. Less than one year after the season ended, Clemson received heavy sanctions for violations committed in regards to players on the 1981 team. If what Clemson did was against NCAA rules, the players would have been ineligible.

Reply
Finius Nullis August 3, 2013 at 5:33 pm

“desert pebble”? — I’m still trying to figure that one out. Why no sanctions? – no one at Clemson knew what it meant much less spell it. “Forfeit” – they did know that one in terms of jail bonds. There was a rumor (unconfirmed) that Ford tried to see if the offensive/defensive linemen could play handcuffed together, but it didn’t work out so good.

Reply
Verdicto August 3, 2013 at 6:33 pm

Frank Howard’s vaunted stone paperweight, which to the delight of SLED is rubbed by the entire Tiger team pre-game thus providing easy access to their fingerprints, is from Death Valley, California, which for the uninitiated is in the BFE desert. It was vandalized by a budding meth cooker Clemson fan earlier this summer.

http://www.sbnation.com/college-football/2013/6/28/4474756/howards-rock-vandalism-arrest-clemson-football

Reply
Squishy123 August 4, 2013 at 9:45 am

“desert pebble”, Gamecock speak for Howards Rock… just like “dirt pecker” is Tiger speak for Gamecock.

Reply
hack August 5, 2013 at 5:31 pm

You mad Bro?

Reply
Raymond August 3, 2013 at 5:02 pm

You are correct. Clempson owns the leather helmet era.

Reply
9" August 3, 2013 at 7:30 pm

I noticed that ,and was very,very sad…

Would you rather watch me fuck the retired minister’s butt on cam?$$$

Skype?

Have COCK,will GAME!

Reply
oh my old bones August 4, 2013 at 9:25 am

and exactly what tradition does Clemson have? winning a bs conference that isn’t worth anything to anyone anymore for the first and only time in 23 years? Getting butt pounded on the big stage so bad the announcers were laughing at you? I notice you haven’t even won your own state since in almost 5 years. in fact your last win was 4 years 8 months and 6 days ago (or 1710 total days) to be exact. nice tradition. Damn bitch seems to everyone you only have on “Tradition” left. Losing, as in not winning, or failing. hahahaha keep living in the past tater while we changed the future. lmfao at you and all taters, always!!! As for conferences, did you ever stop to wonder while you coach DooDoo keeps quoting that they are in the “SEC south”? or that they are basically an SEC team because they play 2 SEC games each year for the last 3? because A. he wishes he didn’t have to say they play on the B squad of conferences and B. he knows winning it is as laughable as winning the ugly dog contest. didn’t the ACC championship game tickets just sell for less than the paper they were printed on last year? didn’t they have a team in the finals without a winning record? Wasn’t the champ from 2 years ago not in the top 17 teams in the nation, and lost to as you try to say the 5th best team from the SEC with a back up QB and a 3rd string RB? Seriously dude, the real truth is that Clemson has become so desperate to feel some sort of win they think that history and traditions, that they don’t even have anymore mind you, will count someday. “If we keep talking about it maybe one day someone will credit it”, every tiger fan says when talking to anyone at that local pitstop on main st in tiger town. Well history and tradition say you are no better than Harvard, Princeton, Yale, Cornell, Lafayette, and many others that have more history and titles than Clemson does. LMFAO Tradition? losing is a tradition now? LOL history? lol. you are funny. the real truth has just been spoken. Winner OUT!!!

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shifty henry August 3, 2013 at 2:45 pm

“the total number of stripes in the jersey, pant and helmet totals 11, the same number of buildings on “The Horseshoe,”
Yes, this will certainly give every student and graduate something to “crow” about. Family, friends and other SEC fans will be put to shame by this impressive fact. Better yet, does anybody know how many stripes are on prison garb (Clemson folks know, so don’t reply).

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shifty henry August 3, 2013 at 2:45 pm

“the total number of stripes in the jersey, pant and helmet totals 11, the same number of buildings on “The Horseshoe,”
Yes, this will certainly give every student and graduate something to “crow” about. Family, friends and other SEC fans will be put to shame by this impressive fact. Better yet, does anybody know how many stripes are on prison garb (Clemson folks know, so don’t reply).

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Ruby Solomon August 3, 2013 at 3:43 pm

Nice uniforms ….Go Gamecocks ! 11 a very lucky number! A new Era of 11 ;of winning will prevail following the black magic Era !

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Ruby Solomon August 3, 2013 at 3:43 pm

Nice uniforms ….Go Gamecocks ! 11 a very lucky number! A new Era of 11 ;of winning will prevail following the black magic Era !

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rwwllms August 3, 2013 at 5:22 pm

Gay

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rwwllms August 3, 2013 at 5:22 pm

Gay

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Squishy123 August 3, 2013 at 6:19 pm

And the sound you heart earlier was the Gamecock Nation in simultaneous orgasm when the uniforms were unveiled.

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Squishy123 August 3, 2013 at 6:19 pm

And the sound you heart earlier was the Gamecock Nation in simultaneous orgasm when the uniforms were unveiled.

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Ron Jeremy junk August 3, 2013 at 6:22 pm

North Carolina is going to make sure they’re in shape. Get ready Scarolina, hope you can cover and chase.

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Ron Jeremy junk August 3, 2013 at 6:22 pm

North Carolina is going to make sure they’re in shape. Get ready Scarolina, hope you can cover and chase.

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9" August 3, 2013 at 7:23 pm

I LOVE having sex with one of us,and then the other,in a football or referee uniform.Heavy duty role-playing is good stuff(clean) ,witch(clean).

You pulled a few pubic hairs out with your daggum(clean)teeth,and it hurt ,witch(clean):Unnecessary roughness!!! I’m going back to the retired ,Lutheran minister,truly bad person(clean).He has a good retirement plan,and wants to change executors,if I drill him,every night,and I WILL! (what,6 more months?)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZlShC-GxFNw

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9" August 3, 2013 at 7:23 pm

I LOVE having sex with one of us,and then the other,in a football or referee uniform.Heavy duty role-playing is good stuff(clean) ,witch(clean).

You pulled a few pubic hairs out with your daggum(clean)teeth,and it hurt ,witch(clean):Unnecessary roughness!!! I’m going back to the retired ,Lutheran minister,truly bad person(clean).He has a good retirement plan,and wants to change executors,if I drill him,every night,and I WILL! (what,6 more months?)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZlShC-GxFNw

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Jim Sweet August 4, 2013 at 7:06 am

haha at the fagot coots showin off unis like girls. Dabo wont do crap like that we play mans football in Clemson. another thing we dont do is fuck withh our unis cause we got tradution unlike stupid cooters who aint won sht in history. haha at gay coots with theyre ancient coach and liitle mens complex.

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sweet jim August 4, 2013 at 3:52 pm

Yabba dabba doodoo gunna luz to dem der coots agin. and I beez as gay as dem Purdy purple barney looking uniforms dat my tigrs where. ooops tigers aint dun dat since wez got spanked against vergenia tek dem yers back

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The Colonel August 5, 2013 at 2:54 am

Yep the Ol’sWennie Won’t show off his uniforms because that ugly ass orange screws up every camera it gets in front of.
Wanna know why Clempson players wear orange? It’s to help they prepare for their future jobs as highway workers or their time spent picking up trash on the chain gang.

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Jim Sweet August 4, 2013 at 7:06 am

haha at the fagot coots showin off unis like girls. Dabo wont do crap like that we play mans football in Clemson. another thing we dont do is fuck withh our unis cause we got tradution unlike stupid cooters who aint won sht in history. haha at gay coots with theyre ancient coach and liitle mens complex.

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sweet jim August 4, 2013 at 3:52 pm

Yabba dabba doodoo gunna luz to dem der coots agin. and I beez as gay as dem Purdy purple barney looking uniforms dat my tigrs where. ooops tigers aint dun dat since wez got spanked against vergenia tek dem yers back

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The Colonel (R) August 5, 2013 at 2:54 am

Yep the Ol’sWennie Won’t show off his uniforms because that ugly ass orange screws up every camera it gets in front of.
Wanna know why Clempson players wear orange? It’s to help they prepare for their future jobs as highway workers or their time spent picking up trash on the chain gang.

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The Colonel August 5, 2013 at 2:44 am

Man those outfits really look like … football uniforms. Imagine that!

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The Colonel (R) August 5, 2013 at 2:44 am

Man those outfits really look like … football uniforms. Imagine that!

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Bob Sacamanto August 6, 2013 at 11:55 am

geez, enough with annual “fashion plates” over uniform changes… can’t we leave things alone and develop some tradition? PA State has best looking uniforms in football…simple, classy.

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Bob Sacamanto August 6, 2013 at 11:55 am

geez, enough with annual “fashion plates” over uniform changes… can’t we leave things alone and develop some tradition? PA State has best looking uniforms in football…simple, classy.

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