Spurrier Says South Carolina Has Job For Former RB Marcus Lattimore.
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On Wednesday, former South Carolina RB Marcus Lattimore announced that he is retiring from Football at the age of 23. You can read his Twitter statement here. After hearing the news, his former college coach Steve Spurrier said he has a job at South Carolina if he wants it...
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There you go Steveie, use that big heart of yours.
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monsterballads115 months
25 total games played. 555 carries for 22 carries a game. if anything spurrier SHOWCASED his talent.
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lsu480115 months
Good for them!
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pellietigersaint115 months
good for spurrier..........good for lattimore. kid deserves a break. hope he does will post football
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PEABODY32115 months
what the hell you talking bout Danny. Some people just want attention with crazy comments. Get a life
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theBru115 months
That's pretty cold & cruel there, may not like Spurrier, but I don't think he has ever intentionally put any of his players into a position to get hurt...Lattimore had a couple of really bad breaks go against him...It happens, but I wouldn't be pointing fingers at anyone, especially one standing on the sidelines giving this kid a chance to show his talent and be successful...
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Tigah32115 months
His injury was not related to his amount of carries at all. He was tackled awkwardly and blew his knee out.
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GloverDanny115 months
He know he screwed this kid career up by giving him 30 carries a game...he ran this boy into the dirt.
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