University Of South Carolina, Official College Sports Network Launch New www.USCsports.com
Fighting Gamecocks’ official athletic site offers new look, added features, and enhanced coverage of University of South Carolina athletics.
April 19, 2002
Carlsbad, Calif. – The University of South Carolina athletic department, in conjunction with the Official College Sports Network (OCSN), formerly The FANSonly Network, recently announced a partnership and unveiled a completely new redesign of the school’s official athletic site, www.uscsports.com. The revamped site combines official athletic department content with the latest in digital technology and design. The site launched with a new look and features enhanced graphics, an upcoming events calendar and an easier to read navigational layout to enhance the fans’ online experience.
Along with the new look, USCSports.com offers expanded efforts to provide alumni, fans and media with complete information on all Gamecocks sports. The site features live game broadcasts, live stats, up-to-date scores and statistics, audio and video clips, schedules, interactive games and special feature stories. There will be opportunities to interact online with South Carolina players and coaches.
“This new web site venture should provide Gamecock fans with a tremendous opportunity to obtain the most accurate and latest information in a timely and convenient fashion,” said Mike McGee, USC Director of Athletics. “We’re pleased to be associated with OCSN, which has emerged as the leader in collegiate sports web sites.”
About The Official College Sports Network
The Official College Sports Network (OCSN), formerly The FANSonly Network, is the most popular college sports destination on the Internet. OCSN provides online brand management and content delivery to more than 120 university athletic departments in the country, through the publishing of Official Athletic Sites. CollegeSports.com serves as the network hub, providing comprehensive information on collegiate sports, including in-depth statistical packages and analysis, information on collegiate recruiting, and team pages for every NCAA Division I school.