McCall announced his return Tuesday with an unorthodox rallying cry.View the original article to see embedded media.Coastal Carolina quarterback Grayson McCall announced Tuesday that he will return for another season with the Chanticleers."I am so incredibly blessed to have had the opportunity to be apart [sic] of such a historic run in Coastal football history," McCall said in a post on social media.
Redshirt senior Alex Spillum finished the Cure Bowl with 12 tackles, but one viral tackle didn't count.View the original article to see embedded media.Coastal Carolina made history Friday with its first FBS Bowl win in program history, but for viewers, there might have been another first-time occurrence.With a little under 3:30 left in the Cure Bowl against Northern Illinois, Coastal Carolina forced a fumble just past midfield as Northern Illinois, down 47-41, looked to mount a game-winning drive.
Coastal Carolina beats Northern Illinois 47-41 to win its first bowl game in program history.NIL 41, CC 47
Coastal Carolina prevails in the Tailgreeter Cure Bowl in a high-octane 47-41 win over Northern Illinois. The Chanticleers finish the 2021 season 11-2, while the Huskies drop to 9-5.NIL 41, CC 47
Northern Illinois tries to take a trick play from "The Longest Yard," but it doesn't go as planned.NIL 41, CC 47
After Silas Kelly forces a turnover, his Coastal Carolina teammates celebrate by proclaiming him king, "Game Of Thrones" style.NIL 41, CC 47
Grayson Mccall throws 27-yard TD vs. Northern IllinoisNIL 41, CC 47
Rocky Lombardi rushes in for 1-yard touchdownNIL 41, CC 47
Rocky Lombardi throws 12-yard touchdown vs. Coastal CarolinaNIL 41, CC 47
Grayson Mccall airs it out for 40-yard touchdownNIL 41, CC 47
Braydon Bennett scores 13-yard rushing touchdownNIL 41, CC 47
Quarterback Grayson McCall scores the touchdown and Coastal Carolina gets the stop on defense to get the 27-21 overtime win.CC 27, SAB 21
After a historic season, can the Chanticleers keep the momentum going with a large returning cast?Seven months after the confetti fell on national champion Alabama, a new college football season is nearly here.