Got 'Nunn' to lose

Gamecock Anthem's Sam Davis takes a look at Kyle Nunn's journey towards his dream of being an NFL player.
February 21, 2012

One on one with Kyle Nunn

Former South Carolina offensive lineman Kyle Nunn experienced three different position coaches, a season-threatening back injury, the school's first SEC East title and the school's first 11-win season in his five years in Columbia. Nunn goes in-depth with Gamecock Anthem about it all and reflects on his career as he prepares for the next level.
January 24, 2012

Nunn to play

News broke Monday that Kyle Nunn will participate in the Capital One Bowl.
December 26, 2011

VIDEO: Wednesday post-practice

Shawn Elliott, Jay Graham and several players spoke with the media following Wednesday's film session. Look inside for the videos from Gamecock Anthem as South Carolina prepared for an SEC showdown of undefeated teams.
September 21, 2011

Overcoming Adversity Made Nunn Grow Strong

GamecockAnthem caught up with 2007 USC signee Kyle Nunn and his mom recently. In addition to news about a potential position switch this summer, read inside to find out about the biggest trial Kyle and his family have faced, and what makes Kyle the player he is today. You can also find out some of the keys to his decision to choose the Gamecocks.
May 30, 2007

Nunn To Anchor Sandlapper O-Line

Sumter (SC) 3-star offensive lineman Kyle Nunn is one of the top offensive linemen in the Palmetto State this year, and he is being asked to anchor the Sandlapper offensive line from the all important left tackle position in this week's Shrine Bowl. spoke with Nunn after a recent Shrine Bowl workout, and he shared his thoughts on the all-star experience.
December 15, 2006

Nunn Happy To Be a Gamecock

Sumter High School (Sumter, SC) 3-star offensive lineman Kyle Nunn decided to end the recruiting process on Saturday night, as he committed to the home state South Carolina Gamecocks. The athletic lineman chose the Gamecocks over offers from Virginia Tech, Georgia, North Carolina, and NC State. Read inside for full story.
October 29, 2006