South Carolina forward Alanzo Frink will miss the rest of the men's basketball season due to medical reasons, coach Frank Martin announced Tuesday.
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- South Carolina's Frink to miss rest of season
- S. Carolina's Martin, 2 staffers won't go to LSU
- South Carolina's game at Ole Miss postponed
- South Carolina postpones game vs. Clemson
— Allen Flanigan scored a career-high 24 points with four 3-pointers, Sharife Cooper had a double-double by halftime and Auburn resoundingly thwacked South Carolina 109-86 on Saturday for its first win on the Gamecocks home floor since 2014.
— Jeremiah Tilmon had 19 points and 10 rebounds in another efficient performance, and No. 19 Missouri beat South Carolina 81-70 on Tuesday night.
— Cameron Thomas scored 25 points, Trendon Watford had 23 points, seven rebounds and five assists, and LSU rallied to beat South Carolina 85-80 on Saturday night.
Coach Frank Martin and two staff members won't travel with South Carolina for Saturday's men's basketball game against LSU.
South Carolina's game at Mississippi on Saturday has been postponed because of COVID-19 issues for the Gamecocks.
— AJ Lawson scored 19 of his career-high 30 points in the second half as South Carolina pulled away and beat Texas A&M 78-54 on Wednesday night in the Gamecocks' Southeastern Conference opener.
— AJ Lawson scored 25 points and made two clinching free throws in the closing seconds as South Carolina held off Florida A&M 78-71 on Saturday, as the Gamecocks played for the first time in 28 days.
South Carolina has postponed its home game vs. No. 24 Clemson because of continuing COVID-19 issues.
The new SEC deal, which begins in 2024, provides ESPN and ABC up to 15 premier football games, including the SEC championship game and rivalry games such as Alabama-Auburn and Florida-Georgia.
Prospects committed to Kentucky, Syracuse and other big college basketball schools moved up the rankings.
— Quentin Grimes had 23 points and seven rebounds, Tramon Mark added 18 points and No. 10 Houston rallied for a 77-67 win over South Carolina on Saturday night.
— Jermaine Couisnard scored 20 points, AJ Lawson added 17 points, and South Carolina beat Tulsa 69-58 on Sunday in the Hall of Fame Classic.
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