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Spurrier calls out Georgia, again

GAINESVILLE -- You can't like everybody, right? Somebody told me that once. Actually, I think the guy said, "You've got to pick someone to hate." For South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier, the chosen evil is most certainly Georgia. Spurrier has fingered Georgia throughout the years. He did it again on Wednesday during the SEC's weekly coaches' teleconference:

1. "Back then Tennessee was our big game because Georgia wasn't very good."

2. "We're certainly in better shape than Georgia right now and we'll be better than either Tennessee or Florida after this weekend."

WEAR BLUE ON SATURDAY: Florida has copied/mimicked a few traditions from other SEC schools since Urban Meyer has been at Florida. First there was the Gator walk. Now coach Meyer wants everyone to dress the same. (And he doesn't mean jean shorts.) Florida is asking every Florida fan to wear blue shirts this Saturday during the Tennessee game.

BASKETBALL RING PRESENTATION: Florida's men's basketball national championship team will receive its rings before (approximately 3:10 p.m.) kickoff this Saturday. I imagine fan favorite Lee Humphrey won't be able to make it. He's playing basketball in Greece.

-jo-

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