Re: Spurrier Interviewed about Clowney
While I'm glad Spurrier always tells it like it is, I think this is the one situation where sugar coating it would have been a good call. We don't have the best track record keeping star players as ambassadors for the school and this kid could be one of the top players in the NFL in a couple years. I'd think we would stay away from saying anything even remotely negative about him as to not piss off the guy who could give us an insane amount of exposure throughout what is sure to be a very successful career.
Hopefully (and most likely) this one little comment won't have any impact, but I just don't see what Spurrier has to gain by questioning the work ethic of a star player who isn't on his team anymore.