When I grow up, Dad, I wanna be just like you.

Steve Spurrier Jr. proves that in some ways the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.

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8 responses to “When I grow up, Dad, I wanna be just like you.

  1. Lrgk9

    Seems like there was this motorcyle riding recruiting staffer at Arkansas not long ago,,,

    Folks get jobs based on something other than merit you know.

    • Cojones

      Hell, you don’t have to look too closely to see that a Petrino is still on staff at Fayetteville.

  2. Go Dawgs!

    I still have yet to see a story about this tweet that explained any of the backstory with the player. What’s the deal?

    • Dog in Fla

      Junior had to issue an emergency tweet because Shamier missed muster at the Whitney and could not be located at any of the stations where Ashlon used to pump gas.

      • Cojones

        That’s really sick posting! He NEVER missed muster at the Whitney. He just missed it for practice because he still remained sleeping at the Whitney.

  3. ZeroPointZero

    Stevie got his “break” in coaching when he took Coach Wilson’s job at UF. Wilson was a UGA Captain from late 60’s who coached w Spurrier at several schools and Tampa Bay USFL. He took over Duke and coached Stevie at QB when daddy left for UF. Wilson was fired by Duke 4/5 years later and rehired by Spurrier. They won the NC the following year. Then Stevie wanted to coach. Spurrier called Wilson into his office. Told him Stevie wanted to be a coach so…last hired, first fired. Goodby Wilson. Spurrier is a D-Bag on many levels. He and Wilson had coached together for decades.

    • Mayor of Dawgtown

      Steve Spurrier: The more you learn about him the bigger the douchebag he appears.