Posted October 20, 2012 on
Steve Spurrier saw any form of a special season for his South Carolina Gamecocks come to an end in The Swamp on Saturday. After a 44-11 loss at the hands of the Gators, Spurrier was understandably upset over all of the turnovers his team gave up in the contest and that led to quick points for a Florida offense that couldn't do a lot in the first half. Spurrier talks about it here.
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Back in August, Sweetheart and I wrote an article about Steve Spurrier. This article explained how the OBC has put his spread offensive philosophies behind him for the good of the university.This Saturday will test Spurriers' new coaching style against his old team. After proving his talents at Florida - winning the Heisman Trophy as a player and a national championship as head coach...
COLUMBIA, S.C.-- South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier expected star running back Marcus Lattimore back in the starting lineup this week against Tennessee.
Lattimore missed several practices last week with a hip bruise and got only three carries for 13 yards in a 44-11 loss to No. 3 Florida this past Saturday.
Spurrier said Sunday it didn't make sense to send Lattimore back into...
The Florida Gators forced numerous turnovers as they trounced Steve Spurrier and the South Carolina Gamecocks to improve their record to 7-0 on the season. The Gators will have a chance to win the SEC Eastern Division outright in Jacksonville vs. the Georgia Bulldogs.
South Carolina's offense struggled enough Saturday where Steve Spurrier had to make a quarterback change. After the game, Spurrier wasn't sure who his starter would be this weekend. A question that wasn't expected this season is back in the mix for the Gamecocks.
With a 44-11 win over the South Carolina Gamecocks, the Florida Gators took control of the SEC East. At 7-0 (6-0 SEC), the Gators have two more conference games to get through before a possible trip to Atlanta for the SEC Championship Game. It seemed a year away before the 2012 season began, but after seven games, it’s now a very real possibility.Watching the first half, you felt...
The Florida Gators will host Steve Spurrier and the South Carolina Gamecocks Saturday afternoon at 3:30pm. The Gators find themselves number two in the country and recruits have taken notice. Numerous top tier prospects will visit the Swamp for the nationally televised showdown.
It seems Will Muschamp and the Florida Gators are ready to take on Steve Spurrier and the South Carolina Gamecocks.
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The Florida Gators are hosting numerous top prospects this weekend. As the Gators are fresh off a convincing win over Steve Spurrier and the South Carolina Gamecocks the recruits are talking Gator football.
The Florida Gators host the South Carolina Gamecocks today in what could amount to a battle for control of the SEC East. I’ll keep this short because the die-hards among you have already joined the tailgate of champions. The weather is pretty close to perfect and Fall is here. That makes for a great day of football, not only in Gainesville, but across the SEC.
As you await kickoff...
The Florida Gators had numerous top prospects visit this past weekend as they hosted Steve Spurrier and the South Carolina Gamecocks. Marcell Harris, Cameron Dillard and David Dawson all took official visits to the University of Florida for this national showdown. Dillard and Dawson talked about the visit.
Brady Ackerman grabbed Will Muschamp for an interview at halftime of Saturday’s South Carolina/Florida matchup in the Swamp and commented on how the Gators had done a great job with turnovers and special teams. Muschamp provides one of the best responses we’ve seen in a halftime interview:
“Well we just gotta continue to capitalize on what we’re doing, and OVERCOME THE ADVERSITY...
GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Jeff
Driskel threw four touchdown passes - three of them after turnovers -
and No. 3 Florida matched its win total from last season with a 44-11
drubbing of ninth-ranked South Carolina on Saturday.
The Gators avenged consecutive
losses to the Gamecocks, including one two years ago that ended with
Steve Spurrier and his players celebrating...
The last time South Carolina played at Florida, the Gamecocks celebrated a division title.
Coach Steve Spurrier got doused and carried to midfield. Players hooted and hollered on the sideline, in the locker room and on the flight home.
The Gators remember it vividly.
''That's a feeling you'll never forget,'' safety Josh Evans said.
No doubt, third-ranked...