Found March 28, 2013 on
The University of South Carolina held their pro day yesterday and while everyone is paying attention to the workouts of Matt Barkley and Manti Te'o, the Ol' Ball Coach is upset over the lack of a national spotlight given to his Gamecock players. Specifically, Spurrier was miffed that ESPN chose to cover Matt Barkley's pro day at USC while his players toiled away in anonymity. It even caused Spurrier to suggest he should take his team and go play on Fox Sports. Spurrier told The State in Columbia: “I noticed both USCs had their pro timing day today,” Spurrier told The State. “One of them finished No. 7 in the country last year, the other was not in the Top 25, yet ESPN decided to go out to the one in California which did not finish in the Top 25 and televise their pro timing day live. It’s interesting that (ESPN doesn’t) come around here on signing day, they don’t come around here on pro timing day, and yet they want us to play all these Thursday night games for th...
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Steve Spurrier is a bit miffed. ESPN opted to televise Southern Cal's Pro Day over South Carolina's event. In a classic example of Spurrier-whine, the OBC suggested that SEC should investigate other programming options.
Less than six months after suffering a gruesome knee injury, the South Carolina running back engaged in rehab drills at the school's pro day workout.
Covering Dixie Like Mildew - The SEC: All your crystal football are belong to us.
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South Carolina head football coach Steve Spurrier went off on USC and ESPN on Twitter on Wednesday, pointing out that the WWL chose to televise the Trojans' pro day despite the fact that the team didn't finish in the Top 25 last season. This as opposed to SCAR...
University of South Carolina head football coach Steve Spurrier has never been known to keep quiet when he has something on his mind.
So when it just so happened that South Carolina and the University of Southern California both happened to have their pro days on the same day, it appears ESPN decided there were bigger stories in southern California. Something that clearly...
South Carolina head coach Steve Spurrier has always been a lightning rod of praisecriticism for existing TV networks.
But on Wednesday, he took things a step further, trumpeting the merits of a sports network that doesn't launch until August: Fox Sports 1.
During the Gamecocks' Pro Day, an outing that showcased talents like running back Marcus Lattimore, safety D.J. Swearinger...
Steve Spurrier speaks his mind during South Carolina's pro day, taking a shot at ESPN and USC, while talking about taking his talents to FoxSports 1.
After the USC pro day, Matt Barkley's NFL Draft stock is still idle. Barkley endured a sprained AC joint in his shoulder against UCLA last November when he was sacked by Anthony Barr and did not throw publicly since then until today. He did little to sway opinions either way during his workout. Barkley ran a 4.95 seconds 40-yard dash which was expected. He also fell during one...
USC quarterback Matt Barkley put his arm on display Wednesday at the Trojans' pro day. Barkley has been sidelined with a sprained shoulder since Nov. 17, when he went down against UCLA.
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This morning’s top five stories from around the web:
1. Shaka Smart is staying put at VCU.
2. Duke assistant Chris Collins will take over the head coaching job at Northwestern.
3. A Syracuse walk-on ate four bananas in one minute.
4. USC QB Matt Barkley had a great pro-day.
5. One UK fan sang a Blake Shelton song… in an attempt to land star recruit Andrew Wiggins...