Marcus Lattimore joins SC football staff

Marcus Lattimore

Marcus Lattimore

The South Carolina Gamecocks and head football coach Will Muschamp reportedly agreed to terms on a new six-year, $28.2 million contract on Friday, according to the Associated Press.

As a full-time on-field assistant coach, Krantz will serve as the special teams assistant and will coach the Nickels and the Sam linebackers.

"I believe in continuity and it leads to consistency", Tanner said.

Muschamp, who has been coaching in the SEC since 2011, was on a one-year stint as the defensive coordinator for the Auburn Tigers in 2015.

Krantz is married to the former Brittany Hauck.

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"No one knows how to handle adversity and success as a Gamecock more than Marcus Lattimore", Muschamp told ESPN. He scampered for 1,197 yards and established a new school record with 17 touchdowns.

Lattimore was a great college football player. "He could have gone anywhere in the country and chose to stay here". After suffering multiple knee injuries in college, including a gruesome injury his junior year at SC that tore every ligament in his right knee and required surgery by specialist Dr. James Andrews, Baalke took a gamble on Lattimore in the fourth round.

In November 2016, Lattimore was named as the head football coach at Heathwood Hall Episcopal School in Columbia, S.C.

Despite the knee injuries, Lattimore was a fourth-round pick in the 2013 NFL Draft by the San Francisco 49ers, but never played in an NFL game.

He is married to the former Miranda Bailey.

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