25 Jun 2005
You know you're definitely B-list when Steve Spurrier takes you out behind the woodshed. Responding to some silly comments from Joe Theismann about his handling of QB Patrick Ramsey during his days in Washington, Spurrier had this to say: "I'm always amused by a few former players who, once they're handed a microphone, become an authority and expert on everything about football, including coaching," Spurrier said. "Yet, so many of these guys -- almost all of them -- have never coached a down in their lives."
Adding insult to injury was this comment from the author of the article: "...and Spurrier did not have to change the pronunciation of his last name in an attempt to win the Heisman as Theismann did."
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