South Carolina hopes to turn season around with start of SEC play

By: associated press
By: associated press

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) -- South Carolina coach Dave Odom says he isn't giving up on this season -- or his tenure as Gamecocks coach.

Odom has plenty of critics these days, as South Carolina is 8-6 with a loss Saturday night against North Carolina-Asheville.

The Gamecocks open Southeastern Conference play tomorrow at Number 13 Vanderbilt and host eighth-ranked Tennessee on Saturday.

Odom says he has given his team a revamped plan for success by breaking down the simplest aspects of the game, such as if an opponent misses a field goal and South Carolina rebounds.

Odom says his team has responded with some excellent and intense
workouts.


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