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Ol’ Ball Coach picks up his 200th SEC win with a South Carolina win over East Carolina

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By Anthony Caruso III
Posted: September 6th, 2014 at 10:47 pm EST

Head coaches do not like to talk about their accomplishments. They always like to credit the team for their success.

Tonight, South Carolina Gamecocks head football coach Steve Spurrier has recorded his 200th Southeastern Conference win. He joined SEC coaching legends Bear Bryant and Vince Dooley in the 82-year history of the conference.

Steve Spurrier (Getty Images)

Steve Spurrier (Getty Images)

Dooley won 201 games while the Georgia Bulldogs head coach from 1964 through 1988. Bryant won 292 conference games, with 60 at Kentucky and 232 while at Alabama.

Spurrier has spent the past 10 years at South Carolina with a 78-40 record. At his alma mater at Florida, he was 122-27-1 in 150 games.

In his career, he has a career 220-80-2 record in 302 games, with Duke, Florida, and South Carolina.


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