Steve Spurrier is already in midseason form, and we're not even finished with spring practice season yet.
Anticipating that he would be asked about top signee Jadeveon Clowney's recent handcuffing by police after a case of mistaken identity, the South Carolina head coach arranged for a Columbia police officer to walk onto the practice field and “arrest” him during a media session this past weekend. The Head Ball Coach obviously was demonstrating that anyone can be in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Spurrier did, however, point out that being anywhere near a nightclub at 2 a.m. isn't the smartest move to make for an 18-year-old kid.
Check out the video of Spurrier below, courtesy of GamecockAnthem's YouTube channel.
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