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Why is this photo of South Carolina head football coach in an unidentified fast food restaurant (best guess: Arby's) here? For one thing, the photographer was South Carolina defensive end Jadevon Clowney who took this photo of his coach and posted it on Instagram. For another thing, this might be the most Steve Spurrier photo ever, with the Old Ball Coach appearing with an undone tie, sunglasses, and giving the thumbs up.
The other reason why this photo is here? Because it reminds me of this classic Johnny Cash photo where the Man in Black flashes the camera an entirely different finger gesture.
You get the feeling that Spurrier and Cash are relaying the same message, for some reason.
(via Kegs 'N Eggs. HT: Deadspin)
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Steve Spurrier is just like you, only he makes post-SEC Media Days visits to fast food chains look like a scene out of Mad Men. Either that or perhaps some post-wedding, 2 am visit that ends up in a $27 order for one. Those are just the best. The image below was posted on Jadeveon [...]
South Carolina head football coach Steve Spurrier knows that the only way to curb the post-SEC media days hunger pangs is a quick trip to Arby’s. I don’t know what I like best about this photo, the coach’s attire, the oblivious kid in the background missing out on this grand moment in history, or the fact that this photo was uploaded to All-American DE Jadeveon Clowney’s...
South Carolina Gamecocks head football coach Steve Spurrier, apparently plum tuckered out from the hustle and bustle of SEC Media Days, decided to take a trip to a nearby fast food eatery. And while there, he helped himself to the well-stocked condiment area. Everything about the photo is all kinds of awesome. The untied tie. [...]The post Steve Spurrier gives the thumbs up from...
South Carolina football coach Steve Spurrier finished up with his obligations at SEC Media Days on Thursday, undid his tie, and headed off to Arby’s. We know this because Gamecocks defensive end Jadeveon Clowney posted a picture of Spurrier on Instagram that is one of the greatest anyone has ever taken of the Ol’ Ball [...]
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...
Steve Spurrier is officially the coolest coach on the planet.
The old ball coach has one of the best teams in the SEC, the best defensive player on the planet, and plenty of swag to go around.
Jadeveon Clowney Tweeted and displayed this photo of Spurrier on Instagram at Arby’s, just getting his chill on as he prepares to head back to Columbia, South Carolina.
My caption for the...
South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier brought his swag with him to a fast-food restaurant after 2013 SEC Media Days. The memes approve.
From the Fun ‘n’ Gun to the Beef ‘n Cheddar, it seems.Steve Spurrier and the South Carolina contingent stopped at a fast food...
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...
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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.
Jadeveon Clowney probably scares most quarterbacks, even if they wouldn’t want to admit it.
At 6-foot-6, 274 pounds, it’s easy to see why some would be scared of the South Carolina defensive lineman. Not only can he deliver bone-crushing hits, like the one he laid on Michigan’s Vincent Smith in last year’s Outback Bowl, but he can also run pretty fast for his size — 40...
It was the shot heard round the world as South Carolina’s Jadeveon Clowney said he knows who’s scared of him when he takes the field; unfortunately for Georgia Bulldog fans, one of the players he called out was Aaron Murray.…Read more →
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...