While the wins have been nice this season for South Carolinacoach Steve Spurrier, the film sessions after the game have beenpainful.It’s been tough viewing for the coach who revolutionizedfootball in the Southeastern Conference with his passing attack atFlorida in the 1990s.In five games this season, Spurrier’s No. 14 Gamecocks havefailed to complete at least 15 passes. They just keep running, evenafter losing all-SEC performer Marcus Lattimore to a knee injurylast month.”Up the middle, up the middle for one yard, two yards and stufflike that,” Spurrier said. ”I don’t like watching it, either, totell you the truth.”But Spurrier often finds his most success at South Carolina whenhe throws the least. After completing just seven passes in lastweek’s 17-12 win over Florida, Spurrier recalled his first victoryover the Gators in 2005, when then quarterback Blake Mitchell went7-of-17 in a 30-22 win.”Some games it works out like that. Tim Tebow only completedtwo last week, and they won, so we’re way ahead of those guys,”Spurrier said, talking about the fellow Heisman Trophy winning QBfrom Florida who now plays for the Denver Broncos.In 18 of Spurrier’s 82 games at South Carolina, his team hascompleted less than 15 passes. Spurrier has won 16 of those games.Five… Read full this story
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