Steve Spurrier chimed in with his two cents on South Carolina’s firing of Will Muschamp over the wee
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Steve Spurrier chimed in with his two cents on South Carolina’s firing of Will Muschamp over the weekend...

Apparently he's not wrong. According to multiple sources, Muschamp’s buy-out price at South Carolina was $13.2 million with four years left on his deal.

(The Spun)
Originally published on SECRant.com

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13 Comments
Spurrier is a hypocritical, whiny little bitch. The classic “dish it out but can’t take it” kid everyone disliked.
Reply8 days
Wait, what? How is that relevant to his statement?
8 days
Out of all the men mentioned in this story, one whored up and cried, then quit his job and ran out of the Carolinas. Does anybody remember who that was? It escapes me right now.
Reply9 days
At least Muschamp got fired. He didn't quit.
Reply9 days
KCT
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$13.2 million for being a failure. Only in America. Of course, LSU had the same exact situation with Less Miles.
Reply9 days
No LSU did not have the "same exact situation". Gotta love it, lol.
9 days
Les Miles didn't catastrophically crash and burn at LSU. He never won fewer than eight games in a season. He just seriously stagnated.
9 days
You won a National Title with Miles. SC hasn't even won a conference title since they joined the SEC. It's where coaching careers go to die. See: Holtz, Spurrier, Muschamp
9 days
Can you imagine getting paid $13 million to not show up to work? Living the dream.
Reply9 days
I miss HBC. I don’t miss his last year and a half tho.
Reply9 days
HBC being HBC. lol
Reply9 days
Yep, ole HBC is just jealous he didn't get paid 13 million to leave, LMAO!
9 days
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