Found November 06, 2012 on
Larry Brown Sports:
Election day is an important day that affects everyone across the United States, including collegiate athletes. Division-I athletes are typically used to a very structured routine that (ideally) involves going to class, working out and practicing, but on Tuesday those athletes that are 18 years old and older have an important responsibility — to help determine who will be the President of the United States for the next four years.
When asked if he is going to allow his players time to vote on Tuesday, South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier indicated he would allow a certain age bracket of players to do so.
“Our players that are 21?” Spurrier asked according to USA TODAY.
No, coach, that was vote — not go out and have a beer. For Spurrier’s sake, we’ll just assume he was either trying to be funny or simply wasn’t paying attention. The again, The Old Ball Coach has had to answer his fair share of questions regarding his players and alcohol in the past, so perhaps his mind is stuck on the...
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At least South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier is being a solid role model for his players.
He just doesn’t have his facts straight.
Spurrier was asked Tuesday whether he would give his players time to vote, and his response showed that he may not quite be clear on some of life’s biggest benchmark ages.
“Our players that are 21?” he asked, according to USAToday.com.
Did you vote yet? Are you registered? You should, that is, if you are 18-years-old or older. Of course, Steve Spurrier needed a reminder about that earlier today when he was asked about whether or not he was allowing his … Continue reading →
Hmmmm. And what folks is the age that you are required to be to vote again?
Well, someone probably should, if they already haven't, remind South Carolina football coach Steve Spurrier about that.
The 'ol ball coach was asked at his weekly press conference today about allowing his players extra time to go vote he answered "Our players that are 21?"...
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