Andy Staples relates a great Steve Spurrier story in his article about Randy Edsall’s hypocrisy:
… While coaching at Florida in 1999, Spurrier was asked about intra-conference transfers by Mike Bianchi, then a columnist at the Florida Times-Union, at SEC media days. At the time, a debate raged in the league as to whether SEC-to-SEC transfers should have to sit out two years. “It’s a free country, isn’t it?” Spurrier asked, rhetorically. Then he looked at Bianchi. “Hey, Bianchi,” Spurrier said, “you didn’t have to sit out two years when you switched newspapers, did you?”
Using Spurrier mocking Bianchi to make a point about Edsall – that’s like playing with the matryoshka dolls of dickishness. Nicely done, Mr. Staples.