Todd Ellis, Play-by-Play Announcer
The all-time leading passer in Gamecock
history and the school's winningest quarterback, Todd Ellis
begins his 18th season with the radio network and his seventh as
"Voice of the Gamecocks" for football. Ellis has served as the
sideline reporter for the radio network and has also worked as a
color analyst and broadcaster for Comcast Sports Southeast
telecasts of South Carolina football. Ellis has also hosted the
coaches' television show and served on CBS's bowl game radio
coverage. Ellis re-wrote the school's passing records during his
Gamecock career (1986-1989), setting more than 20 records and
throwing for 9,953 yards.
Tommy Suggs, Color Analyst
Tommy Suggs, a former standout Gamecock
quarterback, returns for his 37th year as color analyst for the
radio network. Suggs played for Carolina from 1968-1970 and is
regarded as one of the school's all-time premier signal callers.
He led the Gamecocks to the 1969 ACC Championship and a Peach
Bowl berth, and was named MVP of the 1970 Blue-Gray All-Star
Classic. Suggs was inducted into the University's Athletic Hall
of Fame in 1989.
Terry Cousin, Sideline Reporter
A 12-year NFL veteran, former Gamecock Terry
Cousin now lends his eye as the sideline reporter for Carolina
football broadcasts. A four-year defensive back for the
Gamecocks (1994-1997), Cousin played professionally with the
Chicago Bears, Atlanta Falcons, Miami Dolphins, Carolina
Panthers, New York Giants, Jacksonville Jaguars, and Cleveland
Browns. In addition to competing in the NFL, Cousin was active
in the community through his efforts with the March of Dimes,
Habitat for Humanity, and the Cystic Fibrosis Association.
Cousin currently works with the USC Athletic Department as a
student-athlete development coordinator.