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Steve Spurrier In Talks To Join SEC Network Coverage

Steve Spurrier seen on College GameDay


Since the moment he announced his abrupt retirement, college football fans have said that Steve Spurrier would make a perfect analyst. That may become a reality this fall. The sharp-witted former Florida and South Carolina head coach told The State that he is in talks with the SEC Network about potentially joining the network this fall.

Steve Spurrier expects to meet with SEC Network officials in the next month, and could be on your television this fall.

“We have tentatively discussed getting together to talk,” Spurrier told The State on Monday, “but I’m not sure what I’m going to do yet, but hope to do something constructive and productive. I have seen people who don’t do anything, and that doesn’t work. Hopefully, I will get involved in something here in about a month or so.”

Spurrier joined ESPN's College GameDay this fall after he stepped down from the Gamecocks job, lending his analysis ahead of the Michigan-Michigan State game in Ann Arbor. Spurrier signed with an agent from CAA in the fall, so it definitely seems like this is a direction he's actively pursuing.

[The State]


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