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Steve Spurrier does horrible things with a bouncy exercise ball

Streeter Lecka

My humps my humps

Have you ever wondered how Steve Spurrier stays in such excellent shape that he comes out for spring ball shirtless every year, like Punxsutawney Phil? Well, we finally have video evidence of the Head Ball Coach's training method... and, well, you can also term him the Head Ball-Humping Coach, guffaw guffaw:

COACH. THAT'S NOT AN EXERCISE. YOU'RE JUST PELVIC THRUSTING A BOUNCY BALL.

Also in TODAY IN SPURRIER: we found out that The Visor got revenge on the guys who Gatorade'd him at the end of Clemson-South Carolina:

“By the way I got (freshman safety Kyle) Fleetwood back today,” Spurrier said. “I got one of the two that hit me. The players got a big kick out of that too. He was on a knee during special teams. I got Fleetwood. I gotta get Kelcy Quarles. He’s next in line. He’s watching me everywhere I go now. It’s going to be tough to get Kelcy. But I got one of the two.”

And he pays back with interest: after getting hit with Gatorade, he dumped A BUCKET OF ICE on his player. He apparently took umbrage with the fact that the dumping took place before a bowl game, but I guess that just means he's condoning a future bath if his team wins the Capital One Bowl against Wisconsin.

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