-- Steve Spurrier Q&A from The State:
Q: Do you feel like in some ways your success is hitched to Garcia?
A: Dependent on Stephen, and all the coaches? Yeah, it’s dependent on all these guys. But like I’ve said, we just haven’t quite put the total team together yet. We’ve been competitive, but we haven’t put the total team together. We still obviously think we can do it, and (it’s) very encouraging that we had such a good recruiting class. All those guys stuck with us. And like I said, we all like each other right now. Hopefully, it’ll stay that way.
Q: That hasn’t always been the case?
A: Not always the case.
Q: You’ve said several times you had some guys last year that had one eye on the door.
A: Well, we had some of those guys and had some guys we’d always take on the trips. We knew they weren’t going to play. I don’t know how much they wanted to play. You know, you want to take the whole team that wants to come and compete. And if they don’t play, they’re cheering for their teammates and things like that. We just haven’t quite had that, so hopefully we can get it going that way.
Spurrier adds later that he thinks he's "got a team on the verge." On the verge of destruction at the hands of Russell Wilson, I think he's implying.
-- Bad news for Duke today, as Elliott Williams has announced that he intends to transfer closer to home.
-- David Aldridge picks Courtney Fells as one of his deep sleepers. (See #17.)
-- With the Titans' Kevin Mawae rehabbing an injury, former Wolfpack offensive lineman Leroy Harris has been getting all the reps with the first team.
-- "Three Dallas Cowboys sign heavy metal record deal." Can't say I ever saw that headline coming.
-- I'm beginning to worry that the football opener will be canceled, or at least postponed until we can figure out a way to dislodge the state of South Carolina from Bermuda.
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