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Steve Spurrier is getting a lot of backlash for some comments he made about his decision not to suspend quarterback Tanner McEvoy, who was arrested for speeding and driving after drinking alcohol under the age of 21.
Spurrier said, among other things "You want him suspended for having a beer and he’s underage? How many football players would be playing if they had a beer and they were underage?"
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spurrier just being spurrier
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He just says stuff that most people want to say. At least he's honest about his feelings and noy just coach speak BS all the time like another former gator coach.
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It's always been great that Spurrier's never cared about being PC, but to blow off somebody drinking and getting behind the wheel, that's plain irresponsible. It's one thing if he's caught with an open container, just holding a beer, which was not the case here. But he was driving after he drank. Maybe he wasn't drunk, who knows, but to blow it off like it's nothing is frankly scary. You can call me out in this, I don't care. I have a 22 year old son and NOTHING has ever scared me more than the prospect of him getting behind the wheel after he drank or even worse, getting in a car with a buddy who drank and is driving.
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