The OBC gets a little Old Testament on his players’ asses:
Toward the end of spring practice this year, sophomore receiver Pharoh Cooper looked back too early on a pass route, prompting Spurrier, the son of a Presbyterian minister, to pipe up, ‘Pharoh, you know what happens when you look back?’ ”
In the Book of Genesis in the Bible, Lot’s wife looked back on Sodom and became a pillar of salt.
“He does a really good job of relating to whoever you are,” Thompson said. “I’m a Christian, and any time he can relate a Bible story to something we’re doing, he’ll do it. He’ll call Kane Whitehurst ‘Abel’ sometimes, off-the-wall stuff, and you think he’s crazy.
“But you always listen.”
Between that and Dabo’s exercises of the spirit, it makes you wonder if any atheists play football in South Carolina.