Found July 16, 2013 on SEC Football Blog:
South-carolina-auburn
As usual, the SEC Media Days opened with a bang with Commissioner Mike Slive, South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier, Florida's Will Muschamp, Missouri's Gary Pinkel and Ole Miss' Hugh Freeze all on the podium to face a rabid media.......and ESPN's College Football Live, which will be spending every waking hour in Hoover, Al. for the next three days. THE BEST THINGS THAT HAPPENED 1) Muschamp on Ohio State reporting Florida for NCAA violations: "Thanks to our Ohio friends. They certainly know a lot about NCAA violations." We like this because a) He didn't refer to Ohio by their proper name: Ohio Read more [...]
THE BACKYARD
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
RELATED ARTICLES

Freeze says Spurrier calls him his 'visor guy'

HOOVER, Ala. -- Steve Spurrier has a fan in Hugh Freeze. The Ole Miss coach wears visors on the sideline, a look that South Carolina's Spurrier cultivated years ago, and Freeze admitted Tuesday at SEC Media Days that his own visor-wearing ways are an ode to the Head Ball Coach. "When I was a high school coach, I wanted to be like Steve Spurrier," Freeze said. The...

Spurrier: SEC coaches want players to get expense money

HOOVER, Ala. The SEC coaches have spoken, and they're behind football and basketball players receiving expense money throughout the season. South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier opened his address at Tuesday's SEC Media Days by divulging a vote the conference's football and basketball coaches held at their annual meetings in Destin, Fla. He said the coaches voted 14...

Spurrier: SEC coaches want player to get expense money

HOOVER, Ala. -- The SEC coaches have spoken and they're behind football and basketball players receiving expense money throughout the season. South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier opened his address at Tuesday's SEC Media Days by divulging a vote the conference's football and basketball coaches held at their annual meetings in Destin, Fla. He said the coaches voted 14...

South Carolina Coach Steve Spurrier Rips Notre Dame At SEC Media Days

Notre Dame’s refusal to join a conference for college football has gained the Irish a few enemies over the years. It looks like you can count all 14 SEC coaches among them. South Carolina head coach Steve Spurrier had some colorful comments about the Irish during his Q&A session at the SEC Media Days. Spurrier says SEC football coaches voted 14-0 that Notre Dame should be...

Steve Spurrier Proposes To Pay Players $300 Per Game

There’s a never-ending debate about whether football players should be compensated. Yesterday, well-respected South Carolina football coach Steve Spurrier spoke out in favor of paying players and said he had the backing of 28 other SEC football and men’s basketball coaches. Spurrier suggested that football players be compensated $300 per game, with a little less going to men’s...

Steve Spurrier, SEC Coaches Proposing Players Should Get Paid $300 Per Game For Family Travel Expenses

When we found out the South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier was batting cleanup on the first day of SEC’s Media Week, we knew we would be in for a few great comments. Spurrier didn’t disappoint — he enlightened us all on one particularly interesting proposal that all apparently ALL SEC football and basketball coaches support — getting more cash in the hands of college athletes...

Covering Dixie: Johnny Manziel, Jadevon Clowney, Steve Spurrier, and more fun at SEC Media Days.

Covering Dixie Like Mildew - The SEC. All your crystal football are belong to us. Leave Johnny Manziel alone! Drew Magary has possibly the most sensible thing said about the media's recent criticism over Texas A&M starting quarterback Johnny Manziel's behavior. A must read. (Deadspin) Never a loss for words. South Carolina head football coach Steve Spurrier had...

Spurrier doesn't disappoint at SEC Media Days again

(Photo Courtesy: USA Today Sports) If there's a more entertaining and controversial head coach at SEC Media Days than South Carolina's Steve Spurrier than I'd love for you to point that guy out. Spurrier has had is classic moments and on Tuesday he did it again, taking on Notre Dame, the ACC, paying players and his star player running a 4.4 40 yard dash.  Spurrier...

Spurrier: SEC coaches all for paying players

South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier thinks it's unanimous among his SEC brethren: Football and basketball players should get paid, and Notre Dame should join a conference for football. Spurrier opened his quip-filled media days address by saying the 28 football and men's basketball coaches were in favor of paying players about $300 a game in football and perhaps a little...

Spurrier: Clowney races to 4.4 40 this summer

South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier adds another entry in the growing legend of Jadeveon Clowney. Spurrier said Tuesday at the Southeastern Conference media days that his All-America defensive end ran a 4.4 40 at the end of summer workouts. Clowney is regarded as a legitimate Heisman Trophy candidate a year after Notre Dame linebacker Manti Teo finished second. Clowney was sixth...

SEC Media Days: What To Expect From Day 1

It's Day 1 of the SEC Media Days in Hoover, Alabama, and with  Florida, South Carolina, Ole Miss and Missouri talking, it should be a bright start - especially with Steve Spurrier doing some mouthing. So we expect these coaches to be talking about these things: From Steve Spurrier (South Carolina): He'll point out that South Carolina beat Georgia last year, but didn'...

A Scene From SEC Media Day 1

SEC Media days began its three-day reign in Hoover yesterday, as Florida, Missouri, Ole Miss, and South Carolina head coaches and various players all spent time being asked questions by members of the media.  As usual, many worthless questions were asked, bland answers were given, and Steve Spurrier was shooting from the hip in every direction. But the scene worth following...
Today's Best Stuff
For Bloggers

Join the Yardbarker Network for more promotion, traffic, and money.

Company Info
Help
What is Yardbarker?

Yardbarker is the largest network of sports blogs and pro athlete blogs on the web. This site is the hub of the Yardbarker Network, where our editors and algorithms curate the best sports content from our network and beyond.