If you ain’t cheatin’, you ain’t tryin’.

This is a brave thing for a South Carolina writer to say:

A coincidence that Spurrier had his first run-in with the NCAA law just as South Carolina was rising to SEC-elite status?

Outside garnet-colored households, the answer is “no.”

Inside the friendly confines, Gamecock Nation emotion managers better be careful.

I expect somebody will try to make the same point at SEC Media Days.  I’ll be curious to hear if we get the cocky Spurrier in response.

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18 responses to “If you ain’t cheatin’, you ain’t tryin’.

  1. My first reaction when I read the article was South Carolina has two first round draft picks and UGA has none and I thought WTF, but upon further reflection I realized our first rounders stayed and will be playing most of next season ,

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  2. Spike

    Only a real loser would spell losing would spell it “loosing.” Priceless.

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  3. ZeroPointZero

    And grammar

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  4. aristoggle

    “Correct” effect? Unless he’s going for a cheesy rhyming effect, how about “intended?”

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  5. Sandfly, Ga

    I am sorry but when exactly did South Carolina reach SEC Elite status?

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  6. Hobnail_Boot

    I do not think “elite”eans what you think it means.

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  7. Krautdawg

    “Gamecock nation emotion managers????” If they’re on staff, that’s another 3 scholarships that should be docked next year.

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