COLUMBIA, S.C. -- South Carolina coach Will Muschamp is in no hurry to reveal who will be the Gamecocks starting quarterback.Muschamp said he will likely wait until right before the Gamecocks open the season at Vanderbilt on Thursday night before revealing if hell go with experience in senior Perry Orth or youth in freshmen Brandon McIlwain or Jake Bentley.South Carolinas depth chart has all three listed as potential starters and Muschamp did little to end the guessing game, saying he and quarterbacks coach Kurt Roper needed to talk over the choice a bit more before gametime.We have a pretty good idea of where were headed with it, Muschamp said. Obviously as many practice opportunities as we can give these guys the best.He did say that he expected to use at least two quarterbacks during the game.We feel that way, Muschamp said.With such a young offense (if McIwain starts at quarterback, it will make seven sophomores or younger in the lineup), Muschamp believes it is to his advantage to keep Vanderbilt prepping for all the Gamecocks quarterbacks.Looking at it from the outside, it is a little frustrating being who are we getting ready to play, because they are a little different skill set as far as what weve put on film with those guys, Muschamp said.Its not only frustrating to opponents.Wed both like to know, Orth said of the competition between himself and McIlwain. We both have played very well this camp, but whatever decision the coaches make, well be supportive of that.Orth threw for 272 yards against the Commodores last October in a 19-10 victory that was South Carolinas last win in a season marked by Steve Spurriers stunning departure as coach.McIlwain, who enrolled in January, has shown poise, talent and the ability to quickly pick up the fast-paced schemes thrown his way.Orth is preparing like hell start.I did the same thing last year, he said.Vanderbilt coach Derek Mason believes his offense, which gave up five turnovers in the loss, will be a sharper one than the Gamecocks saw that time.I can tell you, this offense has given us all we can handle, said Mason, who also serves as Vanderbilts defensive coordinator. Theyre as good as theyre ever been since Ive been here. Those guys are working hard, making plays and getting better.Roper has said this month that experience will go a long way because of how young the Gamecocks will be everywhere else. It wont, however, outweigh someone no matter how new to the program, took the job with a strong performance.That hasnt happened yet.Muschamp was asked if his quarterback battle was simply a ploy to keep Vanderbilt in the film room trying to break down which of the three passers will play.I think that certainly if I felt like somebody had been head and shoulders above the other guys, then certainly we would have probably named a starter, Muschamp said. I dont know that weve seen that. Jake Odorizzi Jersey . Tuesdays surgery at Atlantas Piedmont Hospital was performed by Dr. Xavier Duralde and Hawks team physician Dr. Michael Bernot. Martin Perez Jersey . PETERSBURG, Fla. http://www.twinssale.com/ . 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He had lost to two-time Olympic gold medallist and five-time World champion Lin Dan in the quarterfinals, but not before making his Chinese opponent drop his first game at the Rio Games.The 23-year-old from Guntur, seeded eighth, opens his campaign against Parupalli Kashyap at the Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium on September 21. They had also faced each other last year in the same tournament in the second round with Kashyap emerging victorious then.Commonwealth Games champion Kashyap - who has slipped to world number 74 in the rankings after a spate of injuries - will also be participating in the tournament after qualifying for the main draw.This will be only his second tournament post his return from injury. He had reached the quarterfinals of the tournament last year.Kashyap defeated Austrias David Obernosterer, who retired when trailing 3-11, in the opening round of qualifying. He then defeated Denmarks Anders Antonsen 21-18, 21-12 in the second round to qualify for the main draw. He loost in the second round of the Indonesian Maters, which was his first tournament post a prolonged injury layoff.ddddddddddddIndia will not have any representatives in the womens section as Tanvi Lad lost 21-19, 18-21, 9-21 to Japans Chisato Hoshi in the first round of the womens singles qualifiers. Saina Nehwal is out of action after undergoing a knee surgery while PV Sindhu is yet to return to the circuit post her silver medal winning effort in Rio, the first by a Indian woman in the history of the Olympics.In the main draw, World No. 18 Ajay Jayaram will face Indonesias Sony Dwi Kuncoro, B Sai Praneeth will take on Hong Kongs Ng Ka Long Angus and HS Prannoy will meet Malaysias Iskandar Zulkarnain Zainuddin.Speaking to PTI before the tournament, Prannoy said, I had a good training session ahead of the Japan Open.The conditions will be a little different; it will have usual good drift and I think as the tournament starts it would be really slow, so I have to play accordingly. I am playing Iskandar, I have played him before but that was two years back and he is a different player now. It will be tough. So, its one match at a time for me now.There is no Indian participation in any of the doubles events. ' ' '