Steve Spurrier endorses Tee Martin for Tennessee job

Steve Spurrier is best known for taking humorous jabs at Tennessee, but he offered some true advice for the program in its flailing coaching search.While appearing on ESPNU Radio, the Head Ball Coach said the Vols should hire current USC offensive coordinator Tee Martin.“I think they oughta hire Tee Martin, and that would unite the fan base again. ‘Hey, one of our own.'”Spurrier...
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November 30, 2017  |  Discuss

Steve Spurrier ‘almost 100 percent’ sure Chip Kelly wont be next Florida coach

Steve Spurrier was hired as an ambassador and consultant for the University of Florida athletic department last year, so it would stand to reason that he will have some say in who the next head football coach of the Gators will be. And given what the former national champion said about the coaching search this week, it may be time to rule out Chip Kelly.During an interview with ...
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November 16, 2017  |  Discuss

Steve Spurrier thinks current Florida coaches should study his old offense

Steve Spurrier thinks that the current Florida Gators coaching staff could benefit from taking a look at his old “Fun ‘n’ Gun” offense at Florida.Spurrier was a legend at Florida and coached his alma mater from 1990-2001. His teams never finished worse than 9-4 in a season, while he achieved double-digit win seasons in all but three of his years as the team’s coach. Under his watch...
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November 10, 2017  |  Discuss

Steve Spurrier shades former rival LSU with hilarious quote

From his time as the head coach at Florida and South Carolina, the retired Steve Spurrier spent nearly a quarter century going up against LSU. His stint with the Gators included a rivalry on a national stage with LSU that we have not seen from the two teams since.To say Spurrier has some hard feelings about the men from Baton Rouge would be an understatement. And that came out in...
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August 09, 2017  |  Discuss

Spurrier on resigning as coach: ‘I sort of fired myself’

Steve Spurrier's surprise announcement on Monday that he was resigning as head football coach of South Carolina came as a shock to many. Some might see the 70-year-old's decision as a peaceful ride off into the sunset to enjoy his golden years. Unfortunately, Spurrier is not one of those people, revealing in an interview with Josh Kendall of The State on Wednesday a much more blunt...
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October 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Report: Steve Spurrier retires as head coach of South Carolina

Steve Spurrier is reportedly retiring as the head coach of the South Carolina Gamecocks. Thayer Evans of reported on this developing story. South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier is retiring per source. — Thayer Evans (@ThayerEvansSI) October 13, 2015 According to multiple reports, this will take effect immediately, and Alex Marvez of Fox Sports reports assistant Shawn...
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October 12, 2015  |  Discuss

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