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South Carolina Football: Orange crush pt. 1

The South Carolina football team (4-3) travels to the Yellowhammer state to take on the no. 5 Auburn Tigers (5-1) on the SEC Network Saturday night. Since coming to South Carolina, Steve Spurrier has never beaten Auburn, and the Gamecocks have never beaten the Tigers in Auburn. The last/only time South Carolina has bested Auburn on the gridiron, construction on the Golden Gate Bridge...
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1 day ago  |  Discuss

Football innovators Spurrier, Malzahn good friends

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) Auburn coach Gus Malzahn hates to finish second-best at anything, yet he's got no choice but to yield on one thing: his friend and South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier is the better golfer. ''I don't like that, but he is,'' said the humbled Malzahn. ''He's really good.'' Spurrier and Malzahn share reputations as college...
Via AP on Fox
2 days ago  |  Discuss

South Carolina’s Steve Spurrier Says His Next Move Will Be To The State Of Florida

Steve Spurrier, who won six SEC championships at Florida, has been discussed as a potential candidate to replace Will Muschamp as the Gators’ coach by some national writers.  “Let the speculation begin regarding Muschamp’s replacement and let it begin with Steve Spurrier,” CBS Sports’ Dennis Dodd wrote. “How cool would it be if Spur Dog ends his career as sort of a...
Via College Spun
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Steve Spurrier expresses relief that South Carolina doesn't have Mississippi State or Ole Miss on its schedule this season.

Steve Spurrier. Photo via GamecockCentral.com.South Carolina is getting ready to face Auburn this coming Saturday. It's a team the Gamecocks have never beaten while Steve Spurrier has been the team's head coach.  While Spurrier admits Auburn will be a formable challenge for his team, the Old Ball Coach seems happy to have missed playing the unbeaten two-headed monster of...
Via Shirts With Random Triangles
6 days ago  |  Discuss

South Carolina Gamecocks: Furman preview

The South Carolina Gamecocks badly needed their bye week after a two-game losing streak to unranked SEC East opponents.  South Carolina (3-3) is coming off its worst start to a season since 2005.  Head coach Steve Spurrier and the Gamecocks have only lost six games over the last three years, and the team has the possibility of matching that total in 2014.  This week’s opponent...
Via isportsweb.com
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Steve Spurrier Expresses Frustrations On Radio Show: “Hopefully We Can Win Enough To Go To A Bowl Game”

Entering the season, South Carolina was a favorite to win the SEC East, and some liked them to win the entire conference and go to the College Football Playoff. Today, with the Gamecocks sitting at 3-3 with losses to Texas A&M, Missouri, and Kentucky, Steve Spurrier’s expectations for the season have been significantly lowered. The Gamecocks coach went on his radio show and...
Via College Spun
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Spurrier after win: 'We are not a very good team'

Most college football fans and analysts expected South Carolina, coming off of a huge win over highly-ranked Georgia, to have no trouble taking care of Vanderbilt, which has struggled greatly this season under new head coach Derek Mason. But the Commodores raced out to a 14-0 lead on the road and gave the Gamecocks trouble all night. South Carolina eventually gained control of the...
Via College Spun
September 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Steve Spurrier called out Paul Finebaum after beating Georgia

Leave it to Steve Spurrier… aka the ol’ ball coach… aka H.A.S… to call out a prominent media member in his postgame press conference after a victory over a Top 10 team.  After defeating Georgia at home, Spurrier zeroed in on Paul Finebaum and had a laugh at his expense, burying him with the typical Spurrier charm. “I knew we had a good chance to beat ‘em when I heard...
Via Awful Announcing
September 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Vine: ESPN’s Michele Steele Asks Steve Spurrier About Late Fourth Down Call, Spurrier Gives A Hilarious Response

Few people in college football have the giant personalities and the quick wit of South Carolina head coach Steve Spurrier. That was on display on Saturday night after the Gamecocks took down Georgia, 38-35. ESPN’s Michele Steele asked Spurrier about a late fourth down and one call to run the ball which, if unsuccessful, would have given the Bulldogs the ball at midfield. Spurrier’s...
Via College Spun
September 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Steve Spurrier throws headset in disgust during loss to Texas A&M (Video)

South Carolina Gamecocks men's football coach Steve Spurrier threw his headphones in apparent disgust during the first half of Thursday night's SEC conference game against Texas A&M.South Carolina had their 18-game home winning streak snapped in their 52-28 loss to the Aggies, giving up a single-game record of 511 passing yards to A&M quarterback (and Johnny Manziel...
Via Holdout Sports
August 28, 2014  |  Discuss
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