Kevin Bilodeau

Kevin Bilodeau

Sports Director

Charleston, SC

Professional Experience:

Sports Reporter- WCSC-TV 9/04-Present

Weekend Sports Anchor- KMID-TV (ABC Midland, TX) 11/02-11/03

Weekend Sports Anchor- KSTF-TV (CBS Scottsbluff, NE) 08/01-10/02

Sports Philosophy:

Sports are fun and you should make it fun for the viewers


University of Hartford (Class of 2001) - B.S. in Mass Communications

Place of Birth:

Westborough, MA


Sports, Television, Writing, Music

Favorite Books and Movies:

Books- Are you Watching Adolf Rupp, Da Vinci Code

Movies- Almost Famous, Good Will Hunting, Old School, Anchorman

Likes Best About the Lowcountry:

The laid back attitudes and the chance to see my mom's side of the family on a regular basis (she was born and raised in Mt. Pleasant where most of her family still resides). Now, spending time with my wife Allison and our sons Paul and Fitz.

Most Interesting Assignment:

Covering Clemson in back to back national championship games and the Gamecocks in the 2017 Final Four.


  • University of Hartford (Class of 2001) - B.S. in Mass Communications

Recent Articles by Kevin

Former Gamecock QB Ryan Hilinski commits to Northwestern

Top QB recruit Gunner Stockton decommits from South Carolina

Clemson’s CJ Spiller will be inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame

Gamecocks officially name Satterfield offensive coordinator, White as defensive coordinator

Gamecocks QB Collin Hill will not return to team in 2021

Gamecocks women’s basketball team goes on pause

South Carolina’s SEC opener with Kentucky postponed

South Carolina out of Gasparilla Bowl

USC’s Sadarius Hutcherson declares for NFL Draft

Will Muschamp fired at South Carolina

USC’s MarShawn Lloyd To Miss 2020 Season

Charleston Southern suspends 2020 fall football season

SoCon postpones fall conference competition

SCISA pushes back start of football practice, eliminated Week 0 games

  Legendary S.C. high school football coach John McKissick passes away

NCAA denies appeal for Clemson football players who tested positive for banned substance

Dabo Swinney signs 10-year, $93 million extension at Clemson