Wednesday, December 15, 2010
Steve Spurrier HC South Carolina
From there he took his talents to DC to coach for the Washington Redskins. He lasted only 2 years into a 5 year 25 million dollar contract with a 12-20 record, and showed a propensity to bench his then starting QB, Patrick Ramsey, for players he coached at UF like Danny Wuerfell and Shane Matthews. He resigned after 2003 and returned to the SEC where he now coaches the South Carolina Gamecocks succeeding Lou Holtz. This year South Carolina did a lot of things that they have never done before, including beating the Florida Gators, winning the SEC South, and beating a #1 ranked overall team (Alabama). With that, he won SEC coach of the year for the 7th time of his career.
[Photos from Deadspin]