Re: Spurrier and the Hurry UP
I think he likes the quick tempo but understands what it does to our own defense. Against Vandy, who doesn't hurry up on offense, he picked up the tempo on offense. Last year against Clemson we took our time and worked on ball control.
This year we have a true balanced offense that can throw, run, hurry up, or play deliberately. So many of the hurry up teams struggle to slow the game down to protect a lead and burn clock.