Smelley Transfers To Bama Baseball

Former South Carolina quarterback and three-time Alabama High School Athletic Association (AHSAA) state baseball champion Chris Smelley has been granted a waiver by the Southeastern Conference and will be eligible to play baseball for the Crimson Tide this season.
January 21, 2009

Smelley to Pursue Baseball Career

University of South Carolina quarterback Chris Smelley will transfer to another school to pursue a career in baseball, it was announced today.
January 9, 2009

Cock-N-Fire: The Future Gunslingers for USC

Coach Steve Spurrier has said numerous times that the most pleasant surprise of fall camp has been the improved play of his back-up quarterbacks. So who will win the #2 spot behind Blake Mitchell and take the role of heir apparent? Read inside for interviews with Tommy Beecher, Chris Smelley, Stephen Garcia, and Coach Spurrier for an in-depth look at the future of USC's signal callers.
August 22, 2007

One on One With Chris Smelley

Quarterback Chris Smelley saw action in USC's first two games of the 2006 season, but after suffering a heel injury, he sat out the remainder of the year in order to be granted a medical redshirt. The highly touted signal caller got back to work this spring, and while he had his ups and downs like any young quarterback, Smelley showed progress while battling for the back up quarterback spot.
April 17, 2007

Chris Smelley Talks About Injury

Freshman quarterback Chris Smelley wowed fans, coaches, and teammates with his play in fall camp and in the first two games of the year, but a nagging heel injury may cause the talented signal caller to take a medical redshirt and miss the remainder of the season. caught up with Smelley after Wednesday's practice, and he commented on his injury situation.
September 21, 2006

Photo Gallery II: AL-MS All-Star Game

The Alabama All-Stars defeated Mississippi 24-3 Saturday night at Ladd-Peebles Stadium in Mobile, (Ala.) Several future SEC stars helped lead the way for the red and white including signees for both Alabama and Auburn.
June 6, 2006