The State newspaper in Columbia has issued an apology for a headline connecting the Hilinski's Hope foundation to South Carolina's 34-14 loss Saturday at Missouri where Ryan Hilinski was the Gamecocks quarterback.
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- South Carolina paper issues apology for headline
- South Carolina QB Bentley will undergo surgery
- South Carolina's Muse granted waiver to play
- South Carolina QB Bentley out at least 6 weeks
Missouri's defense scored the easy way and the hard way as the Tigers beat South Carolina 34-14 on Saturday.
Tua Tagovailoa threw for a career-high 444 yards and tied his personal best with five touchdowns to help No. 2 Alabama open Southeastern Conference play with a 47-23 victory over South Carolina on Saturday.
David tells Kevin what he saw in LSU-Texas (1:21), why Nebraska-Colorado stood out to him "in the film room" (7:40), why Tyreke Smith of Ohio State should be on your radar (19:13) as well as his take on the "Top 10" teams in the CFB 150 rankings (25:16). Ivan dishes on his recent story about Ryan Hilinski, QB for South Carolina who lost his brother and fellow college QB Tyler (31:55). Plus, Lynn Swann resigns from post as USC AD (44:00) and Ivan talks about how CFB 150 rankings were generated (55:25).
Thrust into the starting role, the freshman is facing Alabama, but playing for his brother Tyler, who died by suicide.
South Carolina quarterback Jake Bentley will miss the rest of the season after deciding to undergo surgery on his left foot this week.
Freshman quarterback Ryan Hilinski completed 24 of 30 passes for 282 yards and two touchdowns in his first start for South Carolina, leading the Gamecocks to a 72-10 win over Charleston Southern on Saturday.
South Carolina transfer tight end Nick Muse is cleared to play this season after his eligibility waiver was granted by the NCAA.
Gamecocks coach Will Muschamp told reporters that quarterback Jake Bentley is out at least six weeks and possibly the rest of the season with a midfoot sprain.