SC coach Will Muschamp received a six-year, $28.2 million contract after leading the Gamecocks to a nine-win season, the school announced Friday. His deal now runs thru 2023 at SC.
Four years later, here he was a part of the Gamecock football program.
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"Kyle has been with me for the past five years and thinks like we do", said Coach Muschamp. "When there was an opportunity or possibility for me to come back, I was so excited". "I want to thank the administration for all of their support".
Lattimore, whose National Football League career failed to get off the ground after a pair of serious knee injuries in college, will serve as the Gamecocks' director of player development for life skills.
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SC has played in back-to-back bowl games, winning the Outback Bowl this year. "Whatever we do with that foundation, it'll be fully compliant with the NCAA". This season marked just the seventh time a USC team has won more than eight games in a season. Since retiring midway through his second NFL season without taking a snap, Lattimore has earned his degree, mentored high school athletes, ran football camps, provided support for injured student-athletes through his Marcus Lattimore/DREAMS Foundation and was an assistant high school football coach.
"No one will relate to our players about dealing with success and facing adversity more than Marcus". However, Lattimore has been adamant about not wanting to transition into coaching college football because of the huge time demands.
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Now, Tanner hopes bringing him back will shine a positive light on SC nationally. "He's just one of those young people that speaks to life after football".