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According to The State, former South Carolina head coach Steve Spurrier has donated his final check which is worth more than $70,000 to the Gamecock Club.

Former South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier returned his final payment from the school, a check for more than $70,000, to the Gamecock Club in the form of a donation, a source told The State on Tuesday.
Spurrier announced his resignation from South Carolina on October 12 and will be replaced by former Auburn DC and Florida head coach Will Muschamp.
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NorCalHog103 months
Considering the dumpster fire he left behind, he should've returned his salary for the entire year.
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Bamafan24103 months
Tax write off I'm sure.
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UncleBlazer103 months
I wouldn't call it a donation as much as paying them back for the games he missed after quitting
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bedlamite103 months
He wasn't being generous. He didn't have any room left in his bank accounts.
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TDFreak103 months
When God made the HBC, He broke the mold.
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