South Carolina’s Steve Spurrier feels bad for Arkansas

Oct 12, 2013; Fayetteville, AR, USA; South Carolina Gamecock head coach Steve Spurrier walks the sidelines during the first half of a game against the Arkansas Razorbacks at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium. South Carolina defeated Arkansas 52-7. Mandatory Credit: Beth Hall-USA TODAY Sports

The South Carolina Gamecocks have had an eventful week. The drama or overreaction of drama between head coach Steve Spurrier and defensive star Jadeveon Clowney dominated the headlines all week.

There were even reports earlier today that Clowney didn’t ride the bus to the game in Fayetteville, Arkansas today. We later learned that those reports were false.

South Carolina put all that behind them today though when they dominated and dismantled the Arkansas Razorbacks in a 52-7 win. After the game, coach Spurrier felt bad for Arkansas.

He was downplaying the reaction of the game and said Arkansas was better than they played.

Arkansas only ran 37 plays compared to South Carolina’s 89 plays. In the second half, Arkansas only ran 13 plays offensively.

Topics: Arkansas Razorbacks, South Carolina Gamecocks, Steve Spurrier

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