A history of Gamecock basketball from 1970 to present
Created by chelsey99 on Apr 10, 2012
Last updated: 04/15/12 at 12:45 PM
USC signs Frank Martin, formerly of Kansas State, to a six-year, $12.3 million contract.
Gamecocks fire Horn after four seasons and a 60-63 record.
USC defeat Kentucky at Colonial Life Areana to earn first-ever win against a No. 1 team ever.
Gamecocks hire Darrin Horn from Western Kentucky.
Odom resigns as head coach with a 128-104 record.
Gamecocks repeat as NIT champions defeating Michigan 76-64.
South Carolina beats St. Joseph's 60-57 to earn their first NIT Championship.
Gamecocks hire Dave Odom from Wake Forest.
Eddie Fogler resigns as head coach finishing with a 123-117 record and two NCAA tournament appearances.
USC goes 24-8, 15-1 in conference play, to win the SEC. The Gamecocks lost in the first round of the NCAA tournament.
USC hires coach of the year Eddie Fogler from Vanderbilt.
Newton resigned as USC released a report outlining five NCAA recruiting violations.
USC begins play in the Southeastern Conference.
Gamecocks hire Steve Newton from Murray State as new head coach
George Felton is fired from USC after going 87-62 with one NCAA tournament appearance in five seasons.
NCAA placed Gamecock basketball on probation for two years because of recruiting violations and the sale of complimentary player tickets
Gamecocks hires George Felton, an assistant of Bobby Cremins at Georgia Tech
Bill Foster resigns as head basketball coach with a record of 92-79 and no NCAA tournament appearances.
Gamecocks joing Metro conference for basketball and spring sports
The Gamecocks hire former Duke coach Bill Foster as head coach.
Coach Frank McGuire retires with a 283-142 record at South Carolina
Gamecocks make it to the Sweet Sixteen for the third year in a row.
The Gamecocks leave the ACC and play as an independent. McGuire leads the Gamecocks to a 24-5 record and the Sweet Sixteen.
Gamecocks make it to the Sweet Sixteen round of the NCAA tournament with a 24-5 record.
Frank McGuire leads the Gamecocks to a 23-6 record, an ACC Tournament championship, and the Sweet Sixteen.
Gamecocks coached by Frank McGuire win 25 games – the most in USC history – and the ACC Championship