Well, some things Spurrier says should be taken with a grain of salt, because we've heard him talk up guys in the past and say how a certain player is good and will play, but then we're lucky to see the guy for one or two plays. So this could simply be a knee-jerk comment on his part. Of course, I hope Cooper is at least given a chance to do something in the return game. The guy is just a natural athlete and play maker. If he muffs some punts, then replace him, but he should at least get a chance.