If not for Randall getting loose in 2010, Steve Spurrier would own a perfect 20-0 record against the Kentucky Wildcats. Instead, the Ol’ Ball Coach is a measly 19-1 against the Cats. No current college football coach has won more games against one team than Spurrier over the University of Kentucky Wildcats. Good for him.
This Saturday, Spurrier will look to stretch that win total to 20 in a game his Gamecocks are heavily favored in. Not to mention, it’s Kentucky’s first true road test of the season and they’re still without a starting quarterback through four games. Oh, and they’re coming off maybe the worst practice of the season. Awesome.
We can keep going…
Spurrier’s offenses have scored 30 or more points in 15 of his 20 games against Kentucky, including 10 games of 40 or more points.
Last season, Spurrier’s Gamecocks trailed Kentucky by 10 at the half but came back to win, 38-17.
In 2011, the last time Kentucky traveled to Columbia, Spurrier’s team won 54-3. Kentucky had 17 yards passing and six turnovers.
Okay, you get the point.
Please, please, please #BeatSpurrier.