I guess that means he plans on coaching until he’s dead. Talk about a program held hostage. Recruiting, for the win!
Category Archives: The Evil Genius
The head coach of the 6-6 South Carolina Gamecocks announces he will return in the same position in 2015.
My favorite thing about the article is that it wasn’t worth the effort to get a comment from the AD.
You probably heard about the OBC’s brief presser after the overtime loss to Tennessee, but if you haven’t seen it, it’s something to behold.
Give him credit – he doesn’t spare himself from criticism.
I know he fully intends to coach again next season. But you wonder how long he can put up with mediocrity. Hell, just for the ‘Cocks to become bowl eligible this year, they’ll either have to beat Florida or Clemson, neither of which is exactly a given at this point.
It’s going to be interesting watching him this offseason.
You know how every preseason the media likes to judge South Carolina’s chances on how smug Spurrier is? Yeah, well…
Maybe it’s time to find a new tell.
Plenty to enjoy today.
- Spurrier’s okay with the fan base bitching about the way his team is playing.
- Meteor pissing match.
Four of Todd Gurley’s top five career rushing performances have come in his first five games this season.
- Malcolm Mitchell and Justin Scott-Wesley have “practiced better,” this week. That couldn’t come soon enough.
- Asshole of the month.
- A little Coach Ekeler for ya’.
- Wild Dawgin’.
- Here are Gary Pinkel’s comments on yesterday’s SEC Teleconference. Globalization and the SEC? Somebody in the media’s trying too hard.
Because you asked for it, here’s Maty Mauk meeting the OBC on the sidelines.
Not exactly seeing Heisman Trophy-quality moves there, Coach.
The OBC’s serve…
… got returned with a smash from Sumlin for the winner.
Proving that, indeed, sometimes it’s better to suffer in silence.