Remembering Kenny

A tribute to the late great Kenny McKinley and all the great memories he has left with the Gamecock Nation.
September 22, 2010

More SEC for Jags

The Jaguars have never been a team to shy away from SEC talent, as the Southeastern Conference makes up not only a large part of the team's roster, but also a large percentage of the team's first-round picks (including the last two). Find out which SEC receiver the Jags showed great interest in during Senior Bowl week.
March 20, 2009

Three Catch Atlanta's Eye at Senior Bowl

They aren't the only players the Falcons met with at the Senior Bowl, but Scout.com's Michael Lombardo has confirmed that three players met with Atlanta's top brass in Mobile. Read on to find out who they are, and how they might fit in as future Falcons...
January 25, 2009

McKinley: Bigger, Faster and...Taller!?!

Read inside as GamecockAnthem.com's Rich Taylor talks with senior wide receiver Kenny McKinley about the season opening matchup against NC State, a growth spurt the veteran playmaker enjoyed over the offseason and much more.
August 25, 2008

Best Decision of My Life: Coming Back to USC

South Carolina All-SEC wide receiver Kenny McKinley put together one of the best seasons in Carolina history in 2007, hauling in 77 catches and setting the school's single-season reception record. McKinley, who could rewrite the school's all-time receiving record book this fall, talked about his expectations for himself and his team in the upcoming season during SEC Media Days.
July 26, 2008

McKinley Stepping Into Leadership Role

Although wide receiver Kenny McKinley totaled an impressive 51 catches for 880 yards and 5 touchdowns last season, he often played second fiddle to All-SEC performer Sidney Rice. With Rice now departed for the NFL, it's McKinley's turn to lead the Gamecock wide receivers, and that is not a task he takes lightly.
March 21, 2007

Kenny McKinley: Kentucky Post Game

Wide reciever Kenny McKinley pulled the trigger on the winning play for USC Saturday night, throwing the ball to quarterback Syvelle Newton in a reversal of their usual roles. The play scored the winning touchdown for the Gamecocks. Hear McKinley describe the play firsthand:
October 8, 2006