Steve Spurrier, primed for his Alliance of American Football debut with the Orlando Apollos on Saturday night, talks about the current state of the South Carolina Gamecocks, Clemson's Dabo Swinney and Alabama's Nick Saban, among other subjects.
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Gene Sapakoff column: Back in his element on a football field at 73, former South Carolina Gamecocks head coach Steve Spurrier has the Orlando Apollos ready for their AAF opener Saturday night on CBS.
Ellis Johnson said when he was hired by Steve Spurrier in 2008 to run the South Carolina Gamecocks' defense, his first priority was to recruit Stephon Gilmore, then a rising senior at South Pointe High in Rock Hill.
Gene Sapakoff column: As Nick Saban has forced early firings in the SEC West, Clemson's success puts extra pressure on ACC football programs and South Carolina. The likes of Will Muschamp, Ray Tanner and Willie Taggart are on the clock.
Steve Spurrier called Dabo Swinney to talk about one thing in the midst of Clemson's 5-year skid to South Carolina: the turnovers.
Steve Spurrier and South Carolina might have forced Dabo Swinney, 112-30 as Clemson's head coach, out of the state with a victory at Death Valley in 2008 when Swinney had an interim tag.
Gene Sapakoff column: Forget a game plan on defense for Saturday's game against Chattanooga; South Carolina needs an extra week of tackling drills to shore up a glaring weakness bad enough to set new records.
South Carolina won't know its next kickoff time until after Saturday's games.
Steve Spurrier’s unprecedented South Carolina football success still towers over Will Muschamp, and Spurrier’s neglect of recruiting undermines his successor even as the Gamecocks prepare for a Saturday night home game against Tennessee.
As Missouri and South Carolina again prepare to tangle, the Gamecocks remember one of the best games in school history.