Several college football coaches are embracing values similar to the wildly popular character Ted Lasso -- passion, energy, enthusiasm and positivity.
South Carolina's graduate assistant coach turned quarterback Zeb Noland will have surgery to repair a torn meniscus in his right knee. He will be available for the Gamecocks' next contest against Florida on Nov. 6.
- Gamecocks QB Noland to have meniscus surgery
- Aggies put up 477 total yards in win over Gamecocks
- Gamecocks' Doty needs surgery, done for season
- Gamecocks give QB nod to former grad assistant
— Ainias Smith spoke to his Texas A&M teammates about the importance of starting fast before Saturday night's game against South Carolina.
No. 17 Texas A&M crushes South Carolina as the offense goes for 477 in total yards in the 44-14 victory.
Quarterback Luke Doty, who started four games for South Carolina this season, will miss the rest of the season after having surgery on his foot. He is expected to return for spring practice.
South Carolina coach Shane Beamer said Sunday night that former graduate assistant coach Zeb Noland will return to the role of Gamecocks starting quarterback on Saturday vs. Texas A&M.
— Zeb Noland's played more than enough football to be ready when called on and cherish the moments of success. The former graduate assistant did both to rally South Carolina to its first Southeastern Conference win in more than year.
— Part of the growth process of a college football program is getting the players to believe.
Behind a 75-yard pick-six from DB David Spaulding and QB Luke Doty's 255 passing yards, South Carolina improves to 3-2 on the season with a 23-14 win over the Trojans.
-- — South Carolina’s offensive consternation still isn’t cured. The Gamecocks have scored one rushing touchdown in five games.