Did Zeb Noland break hand?

Did Zeb Noland break hand?

Head coach Shane Beamer said Noland suffered a “pretty significant cut” on his hand. He said the staff didn’t think Noland’s hand was broken, but the QB did lose feeling in his throwing hand and was unable to play. Noland left the field for an X-ray during the game, according to the TV broadcast.

What happened to Sherrod Greene South Carolina?

South Carolina linebacker Sherrod Greene suffered a broken ankle early in the Gamecocks’ game against Georgia on Sept. 18 and was forced into season-ending surgery. On Thursday, though, he announced his intentions to return to the Gamecocks for a 6th season in 2022.

What Shane Beamer said?

Here’s more of what Beamer had to say in his postgame press conference. Opening statement on the state of the team: “That’s a hurt locker room in there right now. Hurt for our seniors. Just told them the locker room, everybody’s disappointed, we hurt.

Is Zeb Noland injured?

Noland underwent knee surgery on October 26th, three days after the Gamecocks were blown out by the Texas A&M Aggies 44-14. After playing in five games, Doty needed foot surgery and is out for the season.

What happened to South Carolina football?

Key takeaways from South Carolina’s shutout loss to Clemson in 2021 Palmetto Bowl. COLUMBIA – South Carolina’s 30-0 loss to No. For the first time since 1989, the Gamecocks (6-6) failed to muster any points against the Tigers in the Palmetto Bowl. The last two games against Clemson, USC has managed just 3 points.

What happened to the South Carolina football player?

South Carolina linebacker Sherrod Greene undergoes surgery, out indefinitely. COLUMBIA — South Carolina senior linebacker Sherrod Greene suffered a broken ankle on the second play of the Georgia game Saturday night, coach Shane Beamer said Sunday.

Where is Zeb Noland?

South Carolina quarterback Zeb Noland emerged in 2021 as one of the SEC’s most interesting stories. Noland arrived in Columbia after playing for both Iowa State and North Dakota State and was expecting to serve as a graduate assistant coach.