The University of South Carolina is giving coach Steve Spurrier a two-year contact extension which keeps him around through the 2015 season. Spurrier said in a release...

"I appreciate the administration agreeing that the head coach should have four years remaining on his contract to show the recruits and fans that he plans to be here," "Our football program is headed in the right direction. We've had some success and have had some good things happen here, but winning the SEC is one goal we have not yet reached. We hope and believe we can do that in the next four years."
He is scheduled to make $2.88 million in 2012 and $2.95 million in 2013, 2014 and 2015. South Carolina AD Eric Hyman said...

"The accomplishments that have transpired under coach Spurrier's leadership are exemplary," "He is committed to getting the best out of our student-athletes, both on the football field and in the classroom. He is well-deserving of this extension and we look forward to having him lead our program for several years to come."

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slogolf148 months
Need to get someone younger he is over the hill!!!!
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