[image-1]Welp, JimRomenesko.com reported last night that the Head Ball Coach got renowned “negative guy” Ron Morris out of his press room after a couple seasons of threatening to “head to the beach” over The State sports columnist’s sports columns. Spurrier on Morris’ superfan replacement: “I did call The State newspaper and put in a good word for him, and they hired him.” [Romenesko]

As the state parts ways with the third company charged with getting a computerized child support system up and running, South Carolina remains the only state in these here United States that has yet to comply with a 1988 law mandating the computerized system. [The State]

The state’s largest solar farm, a 3 megawatt Santee-Cooper project in Colleton County, is set to be operational by the end of the year. [P&C]

Upstate Congressman Trey Gowdy says there are more “Yes’s turning to no’s” in the Syria debate. [SC Radio]

The College of Charleston Faculty Senate is nonplussed by rumors of political figures being floated as possible candidates to lead the school after President George Benson’s departure next year, calling instead for a national search. [P&C]

The world’s largest cat lives in Myrtle Beach. It’s a liger. So, there’s that. [MB Sun News]

The Daniel Island Neighborhood Association will meet tonight to discuss a possible move from Berkeley County to Charleston County. The discussion will be led by Mat Catastrophe. Just kidding. [Live 5]

As a lawsuit challenging the proposed $35 million downtown cruise terminal heads to federal court, a Southern Environmental Law Center-commissioned study out yesterday shows that the city could cut down on air pollution if cruise ships at port were operated off shore power. [Live 5/AP, CP]

The final production C-17 Globemaster III, the massive cargo jets that you see on the runway at Joint Base Charleston, will be delivered to the base this afternoon. [P&C]

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