It’s attention to details like this that makes the Ol’ Ball Coach the master of the game that he is:
When South Carolina quarterback Blake Mitchell had a ball slip out of his hand on a third-down play in Saturday’s 16-12 victory over Georgia, Carolina coach Steve Spurrier wasn’t mad, because he knew it wasn’t Mitchell’s fault. It seems that center Web Brown’s posterior gets rather wet during a game. “We change his pants two or three times a game, because Web sweats a lot,” Spurrier said. “A lot of teams do that. That’s what you do, if his butt’s soaking wet, he’s going to give him a wet ball. So we have to do that two to three times a game.”
You know Blake Mitchell can sympathize with his center’s plight.