Pharoh Cooper Will Need More Help

Steve Spurrier’s been renowned for his offensive genius throughout his coaching career. Should he build a capable attack in the SEC this season around Pharoh Cooper, it will be the Head Ball Coach’s most impressive work yet. Cooper was pretty much the show as South Carolina escaped Charlotte with a 17-13 win over North Carolina […]


Some Truth to Dave Doeren on ACC vs. SEC

NC State head coach Dave Doeren said at Tuesday’s session of ACC media days that his home conference has outperformed the mighty SEC over the last two seasons. Before rolling your eyes back into your head far enough to examine your brain, consider where Doeren is coming from. For those of us college football followers […]

Bill Arnsparger Left A Stamp on SEC Football

Bill Arnsparger died Friday at the age of 88. A 44-year coaching veteran, Arnsparger was obviously well-traveled in his career. Depending on the news outlet you’re reading, Arnsparger was noteworthy for coordinating the Miami Dolphins defense, helping the Chargers to the Super Bowl in the same job there in the 1994 season, serving as head […]

College Football Will Miss Steve Spurrier When He Retires

Steve Spurrier’s annual appearance at SEC media days takes more influence from Don Rickles than it does Bear Bryant. Tuesday’s session-opening appearance was no exception, as South Carolina’s Head Ball Coach tacitly defended the Gamecocks’ 7-6 finish in 2014 with a zinger at the expense of Tennessee and Arkansas. Spurrier: "There's people in Knoxville & […]


TBT: 50 Years of Steve Spurrier Swagger

Coming off what many observers would label a disappointing 7-6 campaign, South Carolina head coach Steve Spurrier made various comments this spring and winter that suggest the Head Ball Coach may ride off into the sunset sooner than later. The 70-year-old Spurrier made an off-the-cuff remark about coaching “two or three more years,” which raised […]


How Much Sense Does The SEC Make For Everett Golson?

Transferring Notre Dame quarterback Everett Golson is down to two possible destinations, Clint Brewster of 247Sports reported on Sunday: South Carolina and Georgia. Update: Saw report that #ND grad transfer Everett Golson is visiting South Carolina Monday but source tells @FoxSports that is not accurate. — Bruce Feldman (@BruceFeldmanCFB) May 11, 2015 Brewster writes Golson […]


Everett Golson Just Became College Football’s Hottest Free Agent

The promising, frustrating, interrupted and altogether tumultuous Notre Dame career of quarterback Everett Golson is over.’s Brett McMurphy and’s Bruce Feldman each reported Thursday that Everett Golson is transferring upon his graduation later this month. QB Everett Golson transferring from Notre Dame to play final season at another school, source told @ESPN — […]

College Football’s Friday The 13th

Today is Friday the 13th, which presumably means some cable network is airing a marathon of the slasher films of the same name. For those unfamiliar, the Friday the 13th series is a horror franchise, spawned from the popularity of Halloween and bled dry by Paramount Studios because of the movies’ small budgets and guaranteed […]