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The 2014 college football season kicks off with Texas A&M playing South Carolina in Columbia, S.C. on Thursday, Aug. 28. While usually having a lot to say, Gamecocks head coach Steve Spurrier has been rather quiet lately. Texas A&M head coach Kevin Sumlin agrees and thinks this is why...
Filed Under: SEC Football
Originally published on SECRant.com

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@adawgj - Yeah, because that's what always happens.

2010 - South Carolina 17–6
2011 - South Carolina 45–42
2012 - South Carolina 35–7
2013 - Georgia 41–30
Reply30 months
GA will blow the doors off them in week 2.
Reply30 months
Isn't this actually the opposite of the truth? Usually when Spurrier thinks he has a good team he runs his mouth, right?
Reply30 months
old news
Reply30 months
Earth shattering news. What is even more earth shattering is Sumlin said this a month ago and you are just now finding a re-tweet of it.
Reply30 months
I would hate to have everything I said made into a quote and tweeted back to me all the fricking time.

But he's right. USC will be really good this season.
Reply30 months
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