For a guy who revolutionized offensive football in the SEC, Steve Spurrier sure had a pedestrian offense last season at South Carolina.
And to be honest, calling it pedestrian is probably being kind. The Gamecocks just plain stunk most of the time.
They couldn’t run the ball. They couldn’t pass protect. They couldn’t consistently make plays down the field, and they turned it over a startling 38 times — tying Washington State for the most giveaways in the country.