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I think its the ole ball coach
If you didn't say Spurrier you have no idea what you're talking about.
If the idea is to look at total body work work, sure, Spurrier. I didn't take the question as such.
A simple mistake Bhiley. You're still my favorite poster on BOL.
U read the question correctly. Others did not.
I would say Miles.
The guy is weird but damn good.
I wouldn't put it quite like that but it's still the right answer. Like Bryant , Spurrier has re-invented himself and has USCe contending with defense instead of the Fun N' Gun.
This post was edited by stepjo40 12 months ago
Not a surprise
Spurrier..and it's not even close.
Spurrier is a terrific coach. What he has done with South Carolina is amazing. They were a total dumpster fire before he came there. He's adapted his ways of winning there as opposed to when he was at Florida.
Miles is a terrific coach as well. He's an eccentric guy but his teams are tough and play balls to the wall smashmouth football for 60 minutes. His teams always give us a tough time no matter what their record is. My stomach is always in knots when we play LSU.
After them it's a matter of opinion.
all or any of them! what does it really matter? second placed is the first loser. RTR!
Choose not a life of limitation
No love for Richt on here. But I don't think there Is a coach in the SEC that isn't on my short list above that will be as successful in the SEC as he has been. He just can't seem to win the big ones.
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