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Joe Boozell | NCAA.com | October 14, 2015

Steve Spurrier to appear on ESPN College Game Day

He’s back.

That is, admittedly, a dramatic way of putting it – as just two days ago, Steve Spurrier was South Carolina’s head coach. He’s since resigned, but that doesn’t mean he’ll be be absent from the college football public eye. In an interview with Dan Patrick Wednesday afternoon, Spurrier said he’ll appear on ESPN College Game Day this Saturday in Ann Arbor.

In all his years in college football, Spurrier says he has never been to ‘The Big House.’ Looks like the ol’ ball coach will be able to cross that off the ol’ bucket list.

More importantly for college football fans, however, while Spurrier didn’t commit to appearing on Game Day fulltime, he left open the possibility of becoming an occasional contributor.

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