what's considered warm climate to Spurrier?

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  1. Ralph_Wiggum

    Ralph_Wiggum Founding Member

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    DC is not exactly Gainesville and that was warm enough for him. Would he consider the Washington job? It has a milder winter than DC or Lexington being on the Coast. If Tedford left Cal for the NFL, would he go to Cal?

    Also I think he'd want to go somewhere where he can win quicker at his age. Don't know if he wants 2-3 years of rebuilding?

    Don't know if South Carolina is big enough for his ego.

    Don't forget Emmert is at Washington and he'll get a big name coach.
     
  2. DDTigerFan

    DDTigerFan Back from the Dead

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    It rains too much in Seattle for Steve to get enough good golfing in.
     
  3. locoguano

    locoguano Founding Member

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    yes, but s.c. has world class golf courses... is close enough to recruit the hell out of florida... and will let him play alot of the coaches he was playing before.. which means he knows how they coach..
     

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