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Will Muschamp talks coronavirus, protests and 2020 expectations

The Gamecocks head football coach says he is looking forward to the upcoming season.

COLUMBIA, S.C. — It's been a unique summer for the Gamecock football program.

That could be said for many college football programs in the country. 

 It began with cancelling spring practice because of the coronavirus and marching through downtown Columbia with others to protest police brutality.  

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Head football coach Will Muschamp discussed the summer so far and his expectations for the rest of 2020.

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Last year the Gamecocks finished 4-8 and were not bowl eligible for the first time since 2015. 

Mack Sessions: Will Muschamp

WATCH - In this #MackSession , I caught up with #Gamecock Head Football Coach Will Muschamp. We discussed the #Coronavirus , the #Gamecocks participating in the peaceful protests in Columbia this summer, as well as his goals for this upcoming season🏈

Posted by Chandler Mack - WLTX on Sunday, July 26, 2020