Steve Spurrier's Fun 'n' Gun brought football evolution to the SEC Featured

Tuesday, 13 October 2015 08:32 Written by
Ivan Maisel, ESPN Senior Writer CloseSenior college football writerSix-time FWAA award winnerGraduate of Stanford UniversityFollow on Twitter0 Shares EmailPrint CommentTo understand the effect that Steve Spurrier had on Southeastern Conference football, you have to go back to 1989, the year before he arrived. LSU led the league in passing offense, throwing for 258.1 yards per game.
Fournette, LSU too much for USC Featured
Tuesday, 13 October 2015 07:23 Written by
After a slow start on Saturday, the LSU Tigers picked up steam in the second half and managed to defeat the South Carolina Gamecocks by a comfortable score of 45-24. If the offensive line allows Brandon Harristime to make plays, in combination with Fournette as the anchor for the Tigers on offense, LSU should get the victory against Florida in what should be a very interesting midseason SEC East vs.
College football playoff mock committee First Four: Ohio State loses its spot as our No. 1 seed Featured
Tuesday, 13 October 2015 07:07 Written by
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- What hasn't yet happened in the polls came true in our College Football Playoff mock committee this week. Ohio State is no longer on top. A week after earning eight of 13 first-place votes from the national committee members in our First Four discussion, the Buckeyes received just four No.
Firing, suspension, retirement rock college football Featured
Tuesday, 13 October 2015 06:32 Written by
By PETE IACOBELLI AP Sports Writer The news read: USC coach Steve... Not many could have expected what came next on one of college football's most stunning - and unbelievable - days off the field. The storied USC program on the West coast fired its troubled second-year coach Steve Sarkisian. Later Monday, Steve Spurrier told the players at the USC program on the East coast that the Head Ball Coach was done, effective immediately.
From the Student Section: LSU, South Carolina Show It's More Than a Game Featured
Tuesday, 13 October 2015 03:51 Written by
I spent the first 14 years of my life living in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. I lived through the horror that was Hurricane Katrina. I remember the damage it wrecked across my home state. New Orleans was destroyed. Thousands of people were displaced, hundreds of houses and businesses were destroyed, and many thought New Orleans would never be rebuilt.
Forde-Yard Dash: Taking stock of college football's coaches after a bizarre Monday Featured
Tuesday, 13 October 2015 02:49 Written by
Forty names, games, teams and minutiae making news in college football (over-the-counter supplements sold separately – and at great risk to your eligibility): COACHING SAVIORS, BUSTS AND ENDANGERED SPECIES We’re not yet to mid-October, and already four head coaches have been fired. A legendary fifth abruptly retired Monday night.
How Steve Spurrier left a permanent stamp on college football Featured
Tuesday, 13 October 2015 01:37 Written by
South Carolina Gamecocks head coach Steve Spurrier reacts during the second half at Williams-Brice Stadium.(Photo: Jim Dedmon, USA TODAY Sports) 171 CONNECT 113 TWEET 1 LINKEDINCOMMENTEMAILMORE He was always good with a quote. Peyton Manning returned for his senior season at Tennessee because "he wanted to be a three-time star" of the defunct Citrus Bowl; after all, you couldn't spell Citrus "without U-T," Steve Spurrier remarked.
LSU living right as another opposing QB out Featured
Monday, 12 October 2015 23:58 Written by
Florida quarterback Will Grier(Photo: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports) CONNECTTWEETLINKEDINCOMMENTEMAILMORE BATON ROUGE — Other than losing its scheduled season opening game to weather last month, LSU has been playing on rabbit’s feet while its opponents keep cracking mirrors. On Saturday, the Tigers will play against a reserve quarterback for the fourth straight week.
South Carolina Gamecocks vs LSU Tigers: The Gamecocks fall to the Tigers 45-24 Featured
Monday, 12 October 2015 21:46 Written by
The Gamecocks fell to 2-4 after dropping their fourth SEC game in a row. While there were a few big plays and things looked mildly encouraging early on, LSU eventually overpowered the Gamecocks. The Tigers outgained the Gamecocks 624 yards to 283 and benefited from a turnover late in the first half.
LSU’s other tailback wins SEC freshman of the week Featured
Monday, 12 October 2015 21:33 Written by
Oct 10, 2015; Baton Rouge, LA, USA; LSU Tigers running back Derrius Guice (5) breaks loose for a run against the South Carolina Gamecocks during the fourth quarter of a game at Tiger Stadium. LSU defeated South Carolina 45-24.
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