Steve Spurrier's post-practice comments:
Spurrier says the offense was much better on Tuesday. Scarnecchia stood out. "He really wants to learn."— David Cloninger (@DCTheState) August 12, 2014
When we interviewed Scarnecchia in February, he singled out coachability as one of the main things Steve Spurrier liked about him. The Head Ball Coach added that backup practice reps were evenly divided between Orth, Mitch, and Scarnecchia.
Cody Waldrop out today with a pulled oblique. Will Sport cycled in at center and did well. He'll get more reps.— David Cloninger (@DCTheState) August 12, 2014
Spurrier Jr. says that Brent has earned a spot against TAMU. He'll be in the rotation. Plays special teams, too.— David Cloninger (@DCTheState) August 12, 2014
South Carolina finds might be starting to wonder whether KJ Brent is a Quad-A receiver in the fashion of D.L. Moore or DeAngelo Smith. The 6'4, 192-pound redshirt junior has impressed at various points during spring and fall camps but has yet to translate those performances into in-season production. If Steve Spurrier's optimism is any indication, that might change soon. If it doesn't, well ... time is running out for him to prove that he can make an impact.
Steve Spurrier now referring to freshman QB Michael Scarnecchia as 'Scar.'— GoGamecocks.com (@gogamecocks) August 12, 2014
The shorthand Steve Spurrier uses for his freshman signal-caller is not news to the loyal Garnet And Black Attack reader.