Before revitalizing the South Carolina program, Steve Spurrier was a Heisman-winning quarterback and a national championship-winning head coach at Florida. Few people have more history at Florida’s Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. When asked if this weekend’s game at “The Swamp” could be his last as a coach, Spurrier wouldn’t rule out that possibility.
Steve Spurrier asked if this could be last game in The Swamp: “There’s a chance of about anything in life isn’t there?”
— Josh Kendall (@JoshatTheState) November 12, 2014
Obviously, Spurrier doesn’t really hint that he may or may not retire, but he is 69. There is a decent chance that he could hang up the visor before the Gamecocks return to Gainesville in 2016. He also seems to have enough energy to coach through 2020 if he wants, and it doesn’t seem like he’s going to be one to tip his hand when it comes to the retirement question.