You had to think Spurrier was tuned in to ESPN last night. He was.
Sure you’ll wait.
It’s not a visor toss, but the disgust still comes through.
In fairness, he’s got some reasons for that.
Tidbits to sample at week’s end…
What I love most about the quip is that it works on two levels for me – the Big Ten snark and the reminder that, while Georgia has a bye week before heading to Columbia, the OBC can’t devote 100% of his attention to the Dawgs that week… as much as you know he’d like to.
Given Spurrier’s famously tolerant attitude towards the media, let’s just say I hope this has potential.
This could be the breakout hit the SEC Network’s hoping for.
Jesus, Dabo, talk about throwing a hanging curve…
Spurrier doesn’t miss too many of those.
Don’t you have the feeling the OBC is about to go on the warpath with SC’s admission’s office? (If he already hasn’t, I mean.)
Eight members of South Carolina’s 21-man signing class have yet to enroll in school, and the Gamecocks are resigned to the fact that not all the remaining players will qualify, recruiting coordinator Steve Spurrier Jr. told The State on Wednesday.
Defensive ends Dante Sawyer and Kalan Ritchie have previously announced they will not meet qualifying requirements and attend junior college with the hope of re-signing with South Carolina. The USC options for defensive end signee Jhaustin Thomas appear to be done after he failed to qualify from his junior college.
Cornerbacks Wesley Green, Chris Lammons and Darin Smalls, fullback Joe Blue and defensive tackle Dexter Wideman still are trying to meet qualifying standards in time to join the Gamecocks in August.
Eight out of twenty-one… whoa. Mark Richt has lost control over South Carolina’s academics? Too soon?