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Spurrier detailed what type of coaches he is willing to accept into his program at South Carolina. These are some pretty interesting criteria. I will go ahead and say “no judgement” on my own part because, well, I haven’t been a Heisman winning QB and I’ve never won a National Championship at any sport, so who am I to question the Ole Ball Coach? But some of this stuff is a little out there. Maybe Steve is getting a little ornery in his day. A little less time on the NASCAR circuit and more time at Augusta may help with that. Who knows.
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Steve Spurrier reportedly says he does not want smokers or fat, sloppy people on his coaching staff. He has high standards.
Either discrimination laws do not apply at the University of South Carolina, or Steve Spurrier may not find the assistant coaches he is looking for. Anyone who wants to be a member of Spurrier’s staff is going to have to meet extremely specific criteria. Or they could easily just sue the University now after the way Spurrier was joking around on Wednesday. Have a look at these...
So, you want to be an assistant football coach?
Well, Steve Spurrier has laid out specific criteria to be a member of his staff and if you're sporting a nicotine patch or recently applied to be on the television show "The Biggest Loser" you probably shouldn't apply.
Josh Kendall, Gamecocks beat writer for The State, tweeted some of Spurrier's criteria for adding...
Here is the Gamecocks Stock Report from the week of January 18th. Keep in mind, these reports try to gauge the sports program at the University of South Carolina.Enjoy and comment:RisingWomen's Bball. University of South Carolina women’s basketball reached a ranking of No. 24 in the nation recently in the Associated Press poll. It is the first national ranking for the...
Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach Joe Connolly has been named as the South Carolina Gamecocks’ Head Football Strength & Conditioning Coach, head coach Steve Spurrier announced today. Connolly replace Craig Fitzgerald, who has resigned to pursue other opportunities.
From the Forest City Owls
FOREST CITY, N.C. – The Forest City Owls announced today the signing of two South Carolina Gamecocks to the 2012 roster. Infielder Joey Pankake and infielder T.J. Costen will both play their first season in the Coastal Plain League with the Owls.
Pankake, a 6’1”, 170 pound Freshman will begin his first season at the University of South Carolina...
Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach Joe Connolly has been named as the South Carolina Gamecocks' Head Football Strength & Conditioning Coach, head coach Steve Spurrier announced today.