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Steve Spurrier has coached a national championship team, won seven Southeastern Conference titles, garnered nine conference Coach of the Year awards, and won over 70 percent of the college games in which he has coached, and is now the head coach at the University of South Carolina. Spurrier was introduced as Carolina’s 32nd head coach on Nov. 23, 2004.

Coach Spurrier has compiled a 186-73-2 (.716) won-loss record in 21 seasons as a major college head coach, including a 44-33 mark (.571) at Carolina. He led the Duke Blue Devils to the 1989 Atlantic Coast Conference championship before returning to his alma mater, the University of Florida, as head coach in 1990. During his 12 seasons with the Gators, Spurrier’s teams won seven Southeastern Conference championships, one national title and finished ranked in the nation’s top 10 nine times. His record at Florida was an amazing 122-27-1 (.817). Steve Spurrier, who won the 1966 Heisman Trophy as a quarterback for the Gators, was also head coach of the NFL’s Washington Redskins (2002-03). He returned to the college ranks in 2005 after a one-year absence from the sidelines.

In his first season at South Carolina, Coach Spurrier led the Gamecocks to a 7-5 record and a second-place finish in the SEC Eastern Division. In doing so, he posted a five-game winning streak, the 15th consecutive year in which he has had a five-game winning streak, something no other coach in college history has accomplished. He was honored as the SEC Coach of the Year by the Associated Press after leading the Gamecocks to a school-record five straight SEC wins, their first win ever at Tennessee and their first win over Florida since the 1930s. It was the eighth time he has been honored as his league’s Coach of the Year.

Steve Spurrier came back with an 8-5 record in 2006, just the ninth time in school history that the Gamecocks posted eight or more wins in a season. The season was capped with a victory in the Liberty Bowl over Conference USA champion Houston. With that win, Coach Spurrier matched Joe Morrison for the most wins by a Carolina head coach in his first two seasons in Columbia.

In his third season with the Garnet & Black, Coach Spurrier’s squad raced out to a 6-1 record and moved as high as No. 6 in the BCS rankings, before finishing the campaign with a 6-6 record. With 21 wins, he set the Carolina record for coaching victories after three seasons at the helm.

With a 7-6 record in 2008, Carolina returned to a New Year’s Day bowl game for the first time since the 2001 season. The Gamecocks followed that up with another 7-6 record in 2009, their sixth consecutive non-losing season, the longest stretch in school history since 1928-34. The 2009 season included a win over No. 4 Ole Miss, only the second time in school that Carolina has defeated a top-5 team.

His 2010 Gamecock squad has seen several milestones en route to a 9-5 season, the biggest of which was the school’s first SEC Eastern Division title and first appearance in the SEC Championship Game. The Gamecocks also defeated the nation’s No. 1 team, Alabama, for the first time in school history, and finished the season ranked 22nd in both major national polls. Steve Spurrier was named SEC Coach of the Year for the seventh time, his ninth overall Coach of the Year honor.


Recipient of the 1966 Heisman Trophy.

Compiled a 122-27-1 record at Florida from 1990-2001, the most wins for a Gator coach in school history and a winning percentage (.817) that ranked among the top three in SEC history.

Coached Florida to two National Championship Game appearances (1995 and 1996), claiming the 1996 national title.

The only coach in SEC history and one of only two coaches in major college history to lead a squad to six straight seasons of 10 or more wins (1993-1998).

The only coach in SEC history and one of only three coaches in major college history to lead a school to 12 consecutive seasons (1990-2001) of nine or more wins.

One of only five coaches in major college history to have his team ranked in the final Top 15 Poll in each of 12 consecutive seasons (1990-2001).

His UF squads finished in the Top 10 of the polls nine times and six times in the final top five, totals that both ranked second best in the nation over his 12 seasons (1990-2001). UF’s average poll ranking of 6.5 in the decade of the 1990s was second best in the nation.

He achieved 100 career victories at Florida in a faster time period (10th season, eighth game) than any major college coach at a school in the 20th century.

One of only three coaches in major college history and the only one in SEC history to lead a school to an appearance in the weekly polls for a
Steve-Spurrierperiod of 200 consecutive weeks.

He and the legendary Paul “Bear” Bryant are the only coaches in SEC history to win as many as four straight league championships. (1993-96).

His six outright SEC titles (`91, `93, `94, `95, `96, 2000) ranked as the second best total in SEC history, trailing only “Bear” Bryant’s 11.

Under his leadership, the Gator offense became the only unit in modern collegiate history (since the NCAA started keeping stats in 1937) to score at least 500 points (including bowl games) for four straight years (1993-96). Yale also achieved that distinction from 1886-89 and Michigan from 1901-04.

Steve Spurrier’s 142 career wins ranked among the three highest victory totals in college football history for a head coach in his first 15 years at the helm.

Coach Steve Spurrier led Florida to seven appearances in the SEC Championship Game (1992-96, 1999-2000), with five victories (1993-1996, 2000).

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