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Steve Spurrier does what Steve Spurrier wants. He coaches without a single fuck to give (also without shirts and shoes as evidenced above). The man also says whatever pops into his head. Usually, whatever pops into the Ole Ball Coach’s head is pretty entertaining. He isn’t one to worry about offending anyone, no matter who they are. Take for example, what he said about his own offensive line last year:
Our offensive line (is) pretty good at everything except blocking. Unfortunately, that’s all we ask them to do.
Or maybe his thoughts on Clemson football:
“They don’t play well when they play us.”
Of course, his favorite target has always been Tennessee.
“Will be the 14th time I’ve coached in Neyland Stadium. … I’ve coached there more than some of their head coaches.”
“Sometimes when you watch Tennessee, you say, ‘Why aren’t these guys in the Top 25?'”
Clearly Spurrier hasn’t totally left behind the Tennessee rivalry from his playing and coaching days at Florida, and with spring football wrapping up and segueing back into summer and fall, Spurrier decided to take another shot at Tennessee while discussing the proposed schedule changes to SEC football.
Steve Spurrier on SEC permanent rivals: "Alabama and Tennessee like each other. I don’t know why Tennessee would keep liking them though."
— Josh Kendall (@JoshatTheState) April 24, 2014
Never stop trolling, Steve.