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After a dominating win this week over the No. 2 women’s basketball team from the University of Connecticut, the No. 1 USC Gamecocks were the unanimous pick as the nation’s top women’s team in the new Associated Press poll. More: Associated Press, The Post and Courier, The New York Times, ESPN

In other headlines:

Thanksgiving traffic on S.C. roads, in air, expected to be at or above pre-pandemic levels. AAA is forecasting this year’s Thanksgiving travel period will be nearly as busy as it was before the pandemic, after a sizable slowdown last year. More: WCSC TV

MUSC sues 6 doctors, Trident over plan to set up cancer center. The Medical University of South Carolina is alleging that six of its cancer doctors have given confidential information to Trident Medical Center in a plan to help it create a rival treatment facility. More: The Post and Courier 

Jury begins deliberations in Arbery trial. A jury on Tuesday began deliberating on the fate of the three white men accused of murdering Ahmaud Arbery. More: The New York Times, The Washington Post

Charleston County schools, USC to recruit more minority male teachers through new program. Charleston County School District is partnering with the University of South Carolina for the new Men of CHS Teach program, which aims to recruit more men of color as teachers. More; The Post and Courier 

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