The South Carolina athletic department says it will end its academic year with a $27 million deficit due to fewer people at football games last season and the increased costs of testing and quarantining athletes and staff members due to COVID-19.
- 11/25W 119-38
- 11/28W 81-71
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- 1/4W 77-60
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- 1/14W 106-43
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- 1/24W 69-65
- 1/2821W 75-52
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- 2/82L 63-59
- 2/11W 77-62
- 2/14W 66-59
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- 2/25W 68-43
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- 3/306W 62-34
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Reigning ACC Freshman of the Year Kamilla Cardoso is transferring to South Carolina from Syracuse, coach Dawn Staley announced.
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