"Not BCS conference teams, of course," said Spurrier. "But a team like New Mexico State or Akron? Sure. I really think the Chiefs would keep it close with maybe even a chance to win on the last possession. Matt Cassel would then fumble and the Chiefs would lose, but it would be a moral victory for them."
The Chiefs have not had a lead during a single play of regulation throughout the entire first half of the season and six of their seven losses have been by double digits.
"All due respect to Steve Spurrier, but I think that it's a ridiculous thing to say that we could possibly beat a few college teams," said Chiefs head coach Romeo Crennel. "New Mexico State beat Sacramento State. That's a solid squad. I really doubt we'd stick with the Aggies. Think about it our quarterback, Matt Cassel, didn't even start in college."
Picture Steve Spurrier Wine
Mmmmm cock wine. Delicious.
A real fan would have Dale's number shaved into his chest hair.
ESPN's College GameDay is in Columbia, South Carolina this week for Alabama vs. South Carolina.
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Steve Spurrier confirmed today that he was the coach who left Tim Tebow off the ballot for 1st Team All-SEC quarterback. Spurrier accidentally submitted Mississippi's Jevan Snead.
It turns out the Ol' Ball Coach has a bit of a track record with such mistakes. Look at the Personality section of his Bio in the South Carolina media guide:
Favorite Movie: 2 Fast 2 Furious
Favorite Food: poison
Favorite Drink: liquid poison
Favorite Leisure Activity: colonoscopy
Favorite Book: "Reader's Digest Condensed USA Todays"
Favorite Baby:Any but the Baby Jesus. I hate that stupid Baby Jesus.
Personal Hero: Can cancer be a hero?
Career Highlight: My tenure with the Washington Redskins
Favorite Kind Of Large Lizard With Big Teeth: crocodile
Favorite Way To Shade Your Eyes From The Sun While Still Allowing The Top Of Your Head To Breathe: I got nothing here. ??????