The Head Ball Coach never ruled out a return to coaching.
That struck a chord with The Dunham School (Baton Rouge, La.) coach Neil Weiner, who offered Steve Spurrier the role of offensive coordinator via Twitter on Tuesday.
During a press conference Tuesday, Spurrier called his stepping away from college football a resignation, not a retirement, saying he could see himself coaching high school football in the future.
“I doubt if I’ll ever be a head coach again, but maybe coach a high school team or something. Who knows what will come in the future,” Spurrier said during Tuesday’s press conference.
“I don’t know if coaching is completely over or not. It’s fun being on a team. I might be a consultant for someone. I doubt if I’ll ever be a head coach again, but who knows. I doubt it. Being on a team is fun.”
Obviously, Spurrier is a little bit tied up in his upcoming College GameDay appearance, but would Spurrier really consider the job?
Who knows? Who can really predict the Head Ball Coach?
Weiner is not only Dunham’s head coach, but calls the play for the Baton Rouge school. He told NOLA.com he’s “ready to start contract negotiations” with Spurrier.
— Neil Weiner (@NeilWeiner) October 13, 2015