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Gamecocks host Rebels in football preseason warmup Aug. 15

Expected to bring 130 players, the AAAAAA Effingham County Rebels will be at Kelly Memorial Stadium Friday, Aug. 15, evening to face the Screven County Gamecocks in the 2014 fall scrimmage.  
With kickoff slated for 7:30 p.m., the event will go a long way in determining how ready the Roosters are for next week’s season opener against the visiting top-10 ranked St. John’s (S.C.) Islanders on Saturday night, Aug. 23.
Heading into this week, Rooster mentor Ron Duncan was concerned about the lack of true practice time his team had during its first full week in pads.  
“Heat restrictions and lightning limited us to one full day of full pads,” Duncan said. “Last Friday all we were able to do was meet in the classroom.”
Friday had been put aside to cover special situations like safeties, free kicks, and the like that don’t always come up in every game.
The format for Friday night will feature the first and second teams of both squads for three 12-minute quarters.  
There may be some better junior varsity players involved as well. In other words, folks with a good chance of seeing quality playing time on Friday nights (or Thursday and Saturday nights as with the Roosters this season).  
All kicks will be made -- kickoffs, punts, PATs, and field goals -- but will not be live against a rush.
The final 12 minutes will be a little different than in the past.
As normal for a scrimmage, the period will include younger players who will be primarily junior varsity players. In a system made to aid getting more players into the game, each team’s offense will possess the ball for six minutes.
This prevents one team from having an eight to nine-minute drive preventing the other team’s offense from getting many players into the game. It is possible that coaches will be allowed on the field during this period, a la a spring scrimmage.
“The goal of both teams is to come as close to getting everyone in as possible,” said Duncan. “They say they are bringing 130. We will be dressing close to 90. That is a lot of folks to play.”
It also is noteworthy that on Friday that the SCHS Athletic Booster Club will have a tent set up in front of the concession stand from which booster members may pick up their tickets or join the club.