One coach fired, another leaves South Carolina

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COLUMBIA, S.C. - John Hunt has been fired as offensive line coach at South Carolina, while quarterbacks coach David Reaves has resigned.

The school announced the moves Sunday night. Hunt has been on the South Carolina staff for the past four seasons, and worked for head coach Steve Spurrier since 1999 at Florida and the Washington Redskins before moving with Spurrier to Columbia.

Reaves has been at South Carolina for the past seven years, and has been a full-time member of the coaching staff for five seasons. He is the brother-in-law of incoming Tennessee coach Lane Kiffin.

School officials would only say that Reaves is leaving to pursue other coaching opportunities.

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Batman
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Batman 11/30/08 - 11:58 pm
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The expectation needs to be

The expectation needs to be 10 wins each season. Not 6 or 7. THAT'S the problem with USC football - the fans don't demand better. They're tickled silly if they get 8 wins. I'm a USC alumn and I expect 10 next year.

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Chigger Hill Man 12/01/08 - 01:12 am
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You said a mouthfull there

You said a mouthfull there Cocky. It's been that way for as long as I can remember, and I can remember a long way. It seems like most of the players don't really want to play football, they just like the celebrity of being on the football team and as you said that's ok with the fans. They are like, Let's do the tailgate thing, drink some beer, grill out and oh and by the way, did the Cocks win?

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