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Steve Spurrier took a shot at Tennessee on Thursday, stating that this marks his 14th time coaching in Neyland - more than some of their head coaches.
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South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier, probably the greatest 68-year-old trash talker in college football history, was up to his old tricks this week when discussing his team’s upcoming game against Tennessee. Spurrier has spent more than 20 years as a head coach in the SEC, so he has faced the Vols a ton. He found […]
Steve Spurrier may be the head coach at South Carolina in 2013, but every once in a while, he reverts back to his Florida Gators days and fires a shot at one of their biggest rivals, the Tennessee Volunteers. Last month, Spurrier trolled the Vols by reminding everyone on the SEC teleconference that UT hadn’t beaten UF in eight years. Today, he took a shot at the school’s high...
South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier isn't ready to crown his team just yet.
''We've not done enough to think we're hot stuff yet,'' Spurrier said. ''We're not.''
Spurrier realizes the 11th-ranked Gamecocks have a tricky test Saturday when they put their four-game winning streak on the line at Tennessee. The Volunteers nearly stunned...
South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier thinks the refs are f*cking him in their game against Tennessee, but in reality they’re just giving him a rub and tug.
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By Randy Moore, InsideTennessee.com
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. If you think Steve Spurrier has mellowed in his old age, think again.
Moments after suffering a 23-21 upset loss to Tennessee, South Carolinas head coach dropped a couple of bombs:
Leading 21-20 with just under three minutes left, Spurrier planned to go for it on fourth and two at his own 26-yard line.
After seeing Tennessees...
While NFL Media senior analyst Gil Brandt thinks South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney is a good player, he doesn't think he's deserving of the top pick in the 2014 NFL draft. Brandt says Clowney's been over-publicized, and thinks if people "watched him and graded him on every game and every play, they would see a strong player but not really a Heisman...
This referee gave South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier a cup check during the Gamecocks' Saturday game at Tennessee. He sure had his hands full with the HBC.
Following a 52-7 rout of Arkansas in Fayetteville and Georgia’s upset loss at home against Missouri, spirits are high in Gamecock country. Two weeks ago, Georgia seemed unbeatable and it was a given that the Bulldogs would run away with the SEC East. After almost being upset by Tennessee, accruing detrimental injuries at skill positions, and losing at home to a surprising Missouri...
Raijon Neal won’t have to carry the work load in the rushing game like he did against Georgia with the return of Marlin Lane (Photo Credit: Kansas.com)
In their last outing the Tennessee Volunteers came up inches short of what would have been the biggest upset of the 2013 college football season.
After fighting back from a 17-3 halftime deficit, the Vols forced then No. 6 Georgia...
The South Carolina football team came into Fayetteville needing to answer some questions. South Carolina had had three fourth quarter collapses in a row that nearly cost them victories. The defense has seemingly had issues incorporating youth into a previously elite unit. There were major concerns about Jadeveon Clowney’s injury status and commitment to the team.
A 52-7 dismantling...
"The Battle of Bristol" is going to be one glitzy event in 2016, when the legendary Bristol Motor Speedway hosts the Tennessee Volunteers and the Virginia Tech Hokies, in what will demolish the single game attendance record for a college football game (or any game for that matter). A sellout for this game will be 141,100 seats, but that figure will likely be even higher...
South Carolina Gamecocks defensive end Jadeveon Clowney is still one of the best college football players in the country and will still be a top 3 pick. ESPN has been dying to talk about Clowney, but because they can’t discuss his dominance without any statistical support, they chose to bash him and tear him down. Just a heads up, just because a player doesn’t have good statistics...
Tennessee quarterback Justin Worley is out indefinitely after undergoing surgery on his right thumb.
Volunteers coach Butch Jones announced the severity of Worley's injury after Tuesday's practice and said he believes Worley has a torn ligament. Jones said Worley's return ''could be (in) two weeks, it could be three weeks, it could be four weeks.''
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I'm still standing better than I've ever been.
Matt Hayes says that despite a controversy-filled offseason, Texas A&M starting quarterback Johnny Manziel is playing better than he did in 2012. (The Sporting News)
The middle of the road is trying to find me.
Brandon Larrabee looks...