.... but first, thank you for the HBC. Seriously, he's still a Gator at heart and will be back living among you one day. For now, we're proud to have him with us and appreciate y'all sharing him - even though we'll never be more than his second love I guess. With that out of the way ... It's a foregone conclusion that he'll retire with more years, as a coach, at SC than at UF. Is that significant in any way to Gator fans? Any regrets losing him the way you did? I've heard all the different stories, always just figured he felt it was time for him to move on. Do you ever find yourself amazed at what he is beginning to accomplish at Carolina? Did you ever have any doubts that he would be able to do what he has done so far? Will the HBC win a Conference Championship at SC before he retires in your opinion? Were you aware that when Spurrier signed his latest contract extension through the year 2018, it included a clause that makes him a consultant/advisor to the program even if he retires as the head coach? Will UF ever consider doing the same for him when he comes home? The general consensus here is that the clause was added to his contract to keep him around and near his family. Bubba and Missy, (she is a big dog in our School of Nursing from what I understand), are loved and entrenched around here, their kids were born here, at least three or four of them, and Bubba may have earned a shot at the HC job when the HBC finally decides to hang-up his coaching britches. Any thoughts about that possibility? And finally, do you see SC declining once he leaves, or do you believe Spurrier has put Carolina on the right track, established some precedent for success and gotten us over the hump against our rivals up in Clemson like he did for you over UGA? I can't remember, did he have a winning record against FSU while at UF? He seems to be having a lot of fun doing "firsts" here. Everything he does has never been done before. He's got carte blanch. He is king of his domain here, beloved and held in ultra high regard. Are most of you happy for him, even glad to see him doing well? It's the off season so I appreciate your time. BTW, congrats on the series win in Columbia. Good to see the Diamond Gators back on track this season. You make the SEC East the superior division when you are playing well.