Spurrier comments on coaching again

Steve Spurrier has kept a low profile since his abrupt departure from the Washington Redskins, even ducking through airports in sunglasses and a hat.

He’s not trying to hide anything. He’s just enjoying retirement after 20 seasons as a “head ball coach” in college and pro football.

Spurrier says his new life so relaxing that he plans to do nothing more strenuous this fall than watching his son’s high school games. He’s not interested in broadcasting and won’t return to the sidelines.
not in 2004 and possibly never

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