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South Carolina had its pro day today. Steve Spurrier seemed upset that ESPN seemed preoccupied with that other USC. From Josh Kendall, South Carolina beat writer for The State newspaper in Columbia, S.C. Spurrier said...
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“I noticed both USCs had their pro timing day today. One of them finished No. 7 in the country, the other was not in the Top 25, yet ESPN decided to go out to the one in California which did not finish in the Top 25 and televise their day live. It’s interesting that (ESPN) doesnt come around here on signing day, they don’t come around here on pro timing day and yet they want us to play all these Thursday night games. Maybe we need to consider playing on that new network, FoxSports 1.”
Filed Under: SEC Sports
Originally published on SECRant.com

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18 Comments
I love it
Reply47 months
"And there goes the visor!"

dad gummit!!
Reply47 months
Gotta love the way the Ole ball coach speaks his mind and the truth.
Reply47 months
spurrier is the man
Reply47 months
Can't believe I'm actually agreeing with Spurrier.
Reply47 months
Join the club Steve.
Reply47 months
It is the damn truth...go get 'me Steve!
Reply47 months
Truth he speaks!!!!
Reply47 months
Yea Boycott ESPN and get to watch no football. They run everything CFB
Reply47 months
He is crying, but he is correct. ESPN has a few favorites that get treated different from the rest.
Reply47 months
He is correct, but telling truth to power usually gets you killed...
Reply47 months
He is correct.
Reply47 months
Call the old ball coach what you want. He dont take any shite. Wish everyone would boycott that bull shite they call espn.
Reply47 months
I hate ESPN.
Reply47 months
And there goes the visor!
Reply47 months
And he is absolutely right! I refuse to watch espn.
Reply47 months
Boom
Reply47 months
ESPN hates USCe and Larry hates ESPN
Reply47 months
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