Steve Spurrier Is Open To Coaching High School Football

When you dedicate your entire life to one craft, it’s difficult to move on. That appears to be the case for legendary college football coach Steve Spurrier.
In a recent interview, Spurrier discussed whether he would ever return to coaching.
At 72 years old, it would be a stretch to expect Spurrier to receive a high-level coaching offer, but what about at the high school level? That’s something the Head Ball Coach is open to.
“I don’t want to be a head coach. There’s too much involved with the head coach,” Spurrier said, via Noah Feit of The State.
“If it’s a high school, or junior, well they don’t have junior highs anymore. Just high school, or somewhere there to coach quarterbacks and pitch the ball around. That might be something, something I want to do again. It would just have to be the right situation.
“The only part I miss is the quarterbacks, the offense, the team, the players, that kind of stuff,. I did it for 30 years and that’s pretty good, that’s long enough … It’s time to do something else.”
Steve Spurrier coaching high school kids? Yes, please. And immediately turn it into a new Netflix documentary.
During his coaching career which spanned nearly three decades, Spurrier won a whopping 228 games, including a national championship with the Florida Gators.
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