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South Carolina head football coach Steve Spurrier talked with the media on Tuesday about the recent Ray Rice domestic violence incident and also shared his team's policy on the subject.

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Really do think I'd love playing ball for this man. Just respect the hell out of him.
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Thanks guys. I vaguely remember the Mainord affair...
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Royal, there was also the 4 star oline local product, cant recall his name, like 2 years ago. He was accused, two days later, he was gone.
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Royal, the I don't know who the guy 7 years ago was, but 9 years ago, it was Kevin Mainord, right after Spurrier got here. Mainord broke into his girlfriend's apartment and smacked her around. Then he was arrested and kicked the backseat windows out of the squad car, so they called in paddy wagon and hog tied him.
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I have hated Spurrier over the years, but I have come to admire the fact that he speaks his mind. Whatever it is. I also think he isnt afraid to take a position. He's an older coach so he can say whatever and not care what people think. That gives leadership to some of the younger HC's in this league and others. It also sets a moral tone here for his peers that is needed.

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But coach coach have you ever just wanted to throw your visor at a bitch?
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I don't even have to hold my nose to support Spurrier on this one. Thanks for speaking against the abuse of women, Coach.
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I'm curious as to who the two players are that he dismissed.
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All coaches do, but you can tell by the look in the HBC eyes this is something he takes very seriously and has no leniancy towards.
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I support the OBC on this one. Good Job.
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