Category Archives: The Evil Genius

Ol’ Hatin’ Ass is back.

And back with a zinger.

It’s funny ’cause it’s true.


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Fergit, hayull.

Ray Goff has a long memory ($$).

When Will Muschamp was hired to replace Steve Spurrier, it brought up two very different emotions for Ray Goff. He was happy his former player was getting another shot to be a head coach in the SEC, but the thought of Spurrier still doesn’t sit well with Goff.

“I was happy for him. He’s a good guy, good person. I’m talking about Will,” Goff said. “I’m not going to say much about Spurrier.”

If you can’t say anything good about someone…


Filed under Georgia Football, The Evil Genius

Wednesday morning buffet

It’s a virtual buffet, peeps, so don’t worry about exposure to the virus.


Filed under Georgia Football, Media Punditry/Foibles, Mike Leach. Yar!, Recruiting, SEC Football, The Evil Genius, The NCAA

“Let me talk about the word quit.”

Steven Orr Spurrier, ladies and gentlemen ($$):

He was thinking a lot, particularly, about Atilla in 2015 when he walked away from South Carolina’s football team midway through the season…

“In my situation, I thought it was like that. In ‘Leadership Secrets of Attila the Hun,’ it says, ‘When defeat is inevitable and there’s no way you can win, it’s better to retreat and come back and fight another day.’ Quitting to me has always meant in the middle of a game you have a chance to win and your players or coaches quit on it. That’s quitting. I felt like I was defeated. I needed to retreat, to get out, and maybe somebody (else) could provide a spark that I could not provide for that team. Maybe it was just such that nobody could have helped it much.”

Even as he’s baring his soul, he still can’t bring himself to mention getting waxed by Georgia as a cause for his despair.  Gotta give the man credit for staying on message.




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The hot take you’ve been waiting for

No, not this one.  But I digress.

You knew Spurrier would have some snark for one on his former assistants taking a 2-10 team into Neyland Stadium and winning.  And he doesn’t disappoint with this:

The “until” is a super nice touch, I think.


Filed under Because Nothing Sucks Like A Big Orange, The Evil Genius

Your Daily Gator emerges victorious.

Sure, I could give you 500 words on Florida’s epic win last night over a team that doesn’t have a functioning offensive tackle, but instead, I’m gonna outsource the job to one Steven Orr Spurrier, who’s forgotten more football than I’ll ever know.

That came after Franks’ inexplicable late interception, but there were plenty of other moments worthy of that take.

Oh, and if you wanna get meta for a sec, here’s commentary on Spurrier’s commentary.

With bonus commentary on the commentary…


Filed under Gators, Gators..., The Evil Genius

Friday morning buffet

One day ’til college football, and counting.


Filed under ACC Football, Auburn's Cast of Thousands, BCS/Playoffs, College Football, Gators, Gators..., Pac-12 Football, SEC Football, The Evil Genius

Say it ain’t so, Stevie.

Man, Spurrier.

Like with many media interviews with Spurrier, at some point during the conversation he talked about his feelings towards Georgia. The 74-year-old Spurrier started off his rhetoric in a modest and respectful tone, perhaps because Herschel was there:

“We couldn’t tell many jokes about Georgia because they were kicking our butts. They beat Florida 15 out of 20 times in the 70s and 80s. So we got a chance to turn it around in the 90s, and so forth.

“A lot of times, those stupid jokes I told – they were just meant for the Gators.”

Lame.  I actually respect him less for backing off the bravado.


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Just another day in Paradise

Apparently this is a thing.

Former Virginia Tech head coach Frank Beamer and former Florida and South Carolina head coach Steve Spurrier will coach in the Polynesian Bowl on Jan. 18, 2020, at Honolulu’s Aloha Stadium, the bowl announced on Wednesday.

Beamer will coach Team Makai (Ocean), and Spurrier will coach Team Mauka (Mountain). The game will be broadcast nationally on CBS Sports Network.

Good luck, Mauka.  Your coach sounds like he’s got one foot on the beach already.

“Hawai’i in January to coach in the Polynesian Bowl is about as good as it gets,” Spurrier said in a statement. “I’m looking forward to being part of this amazing experience.”

All I can think of after seeing that quote is this:

That is the look of a man ready to put the hours in.  Don’t forget to pack the golf clubs, Coach.


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Steve Spurrier, class act

He may be quick with a quip, but he’s still a dick.

I guess that made it okay for him to bail.  In his mind, at least.


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