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Spurrier banner new addition to Williams-Brice Stadium

Crews put the finishing touches on the new Steve Spurrier banner that now hangs at Williams-Brice Stadium on Saturday. Crews put the finishing touches on the new Steve Spurrier banner that now hangs at Williams-Brice Stadium on Saturday.
COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) -

Crews put the finishing touches on the new Steve Spurrier banner that now hangs at Williams-Brice Stadium on Saturday.

The banner celebrates the Gamecocks all-time winningest coach.

Spurrier has compiled a 219-79-2 (.733) won-loss record in 24 seasons as a major college head coach, including a 77-39 mark (.664) at Carolina.

He became the 71st collegiate coach (all divisions) and the 22nd in Division I to record 200 career victories when he defeated UAB on Sept. 15, 2012 and logged his 250th all-time coaching win against Georgia in 2012.

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