South Carolina Football: Spurrier's 4 Biggest Concerns Post-Spring Practice

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South Carolina Football: Spurrier's 4 Biggest Concerns Post-Spring Practice
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South Carolina's spring practice season is in the books now. It was a fairly quiet spring, which leaves some concerns. 

Head ball coach Steve Spurrier kept the annual Garnet and Black Spring Game as a relaxing contest where younger players earned some reps, and the projected starters coasted through the motions. 

Some of the concerns with the Gamecocks were not addressed much in the spring game because these will be concerns right through the heart of the season. 

South Carolina's offense played exceptionally well in the spring game, though the defense lagged behind. Sure, the defense had to sit back in coverage and were not allowed to blitz, but the defense still struggled regardless. 

Putting aside all of the positional and unit concerns, I think the biggest concern is that the spring was fairly uneventful. 

How will South Carolina know what the concerns are and how to fix them if the spring practice season didn't bring out a lot of issues that are probably there. 

Here are head ball coach Steve Spurrier's four biggest concerns post-spring practice. 

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