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Old 01-06-2014, 06:06 PM   #5
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Default Re: Carolina football coaching future

Well, look at this. Bobby Bowden coached until he was what, almost 80? Paterno too.

And Bowden was not in great shape, didn't exercise much. Paterno was fragile and frail and didn't stay active much.

Spurrier is still lifting weights, golfing, joking with reporters, taking jabs at his rival.

Hell, this man could coach another 10 years at USC if he wants.

Seriously, would anyone be shocked if the man put on a jersey and started throwing the scout team passes in practice? He's a legend. As a USC fan, I just cant believe how fortunate we are that he came here. I, too, loved him at Florida, and to have him here is just awesome.

But, when he does leave one day, he'll leave a program that is on par with the top SEC teams as far as recruiting, facilities, etc. He has shown you can win big here, and do it without the insane stress to win you see at Bama, Texas, Ohio St, etc.

USC will get another legend to come, or, lure a top young candidate. Michigan State's Mark Dantonio maybe? Hes a former Gamecock. Bring him home haha.
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