South Carolina defensive tackle Kelcy Quarles could face discipline for punching LSU offensive lineman P.J. Lonergan during last week's game. Based on SEC rules, any penalty -- from no punishment to a suspension -- will be decided by South Carolina subject to the league's approval, SEC spokesman Charles Bloom said. South Carolina spokesman Steve Fink said the punishment was up to Gamecocks coach Steve Spurrier. Fink said Spurrier was unavailable for comment Tuesday afternoon, and Spurrier was not asked about the incident earlier in the day at his weekly press conference.
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Gumbo1138 months
Well if he is a good SC player, I hope they wait to decide until after the UF game =).
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pellietigersaint138 months
yep, a little later in the 1st, copeland returned the favor by smoking him on Mett's int. karma a bitch aint it fat boy.............
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PsychTiger138 months
I predict no punishment will be decided upon until after the Florida game.
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TexasTiger89138 months
Thug POS
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gxtigs1138 months
I was at the game and saw it. He should have been thrown out of the game.
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