Originally posted on College Spun  |  Last updated 11/2/13
Steve Spurrier always knows just what to say to make an opponent feel awful. Today, his Gamecocks team moved to 7-2 on the season by beating Mississippi State 34-16 in Columbia. However, Spurrier was not very happy with South Carolina’s performance: Spurrier says Mississippi State ‘outplayed us and outcoached us.’ — GoGamecocks.com (@gogamecocks) November 2, 2013 Spurrier on the offense – ‘Overall we were very sorry.’ Credits the turnovers the defense got. — GoGamecocks.com (@gogamecocks) November 2, 2013 Spurrier: “We weren’t that good, but we got 34 points thanks to defense.” #Gamecocks — WIS News 10 (@wis10) November 2, 2013 It’s quite obvious that Spurrier was not happy with his offense’s performance. While Connor Shaw did throw for four touchdowns, he only completed 50% of his passes and managed less than 150 yards through the air — it certainly wasn’t his best performance. That being said, when your team more than doubles an opponent’s score, it’s hard to say that you were out-coached and out-played. I guess this is just another “Spurrier being Spurrier” type of quote that will leave Dan Mullen scratching his head in confusion.
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