Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da…

Steve Spurrier reflects on recruiting cheatin’ in today’s SEC:

Do you think there’s less cheating in the SEC than there was in the 1990s when you were at Florida?

SS: I think there’s less cheating, but I think there’s more ‘I don’t give a damn’ about the little rules. You know, the secondary stuff. I heard a coach say, ‘If I need to call a kid, I’ll get my wife to call him on her phone. I didn’t call him, so that’s not a violation.’ That’s the kind of stuff we’re dealing with now. I don’t think anybody’s buying cars or giving cash away the way they were years ago, but the secondary things are going on more than ever.

It’s all part of the plan, as someone likes to say.

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4 responses to “Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da…

  1. Left to Right

    Is there any SEC coach who, if he gets Lane Kiffin’s Vols down, is going to let up on the beating?

  2. Jbird

    Sound to me like the ol’ ball coach is talking about one NICK SABAN….the “cheatinist coarch” out there.

  3. I hate Tennessee worse than airborne rectal warts, but I think I’ve got a few minutes for a call from Layla Kiffen.

  4. SlobberKnocker

    Left to Right:

    I really don’t think Richt would. He has never shown that kind of mentality in the past.