Steve Spurrier is an American football coach and former NFL player. As a player, he played for University of Florida, San Fransisco 49ers, and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Currently, he serves as the head coach of Orlando Apollos of the Alliance of American Football.
He has an estimated net worth of $15 million. He married his college sweetheart, Jerri Spurrier, on September 14, 1966.
Steve Spurrier's is one of the most popular personalities in the world. As a successful player and coach, he has maintained a pretty amount of bank balance through his earnings.
As per the sources, he has an estimated net worth of $15 million as of 2019, which is increasing day per day. His annual salary is reported $4 million.
In 2005, he bought a 6,386-square-foot house in Columbia for $1.25 million. The house consists of a five-bedroom and six-bathroom. In 2017, he sold the house. Currently, he resides in a luxurious mansion at St Augustine, Florida (FL), US.
He is a man of fortune and achieved his glory by his continuous improvement in his career. Speaking about his personal life and biography, he has been perfect in his personal life.
He is a married man and he feels proud to share his personal info to his fans. He married his girlfriend after having a long-term affair.
He wedded his college sweetheart, Jerri Spurrier, on September 14, 1966, during his senior year at the University of Florida.
The lovely couples have four children together named Steve Spurrier Jr,., Scott Spurrier, Amy Spurrier, and Lisa Spurrier. His eldest son Steve served as the assistant football coach for several years at the University of South Carolina.
He was born in the year 1945, on April 20. Miami, Beach, Florida, United States is his birthplace. He is an American by his nationality and his ethnicity is white. His birth sign is Aries.
He is the son of J. Graham Spurrier and Marjorie. His father was a minister by his occupation.
He went to Science Hill High School in Johnson City, Tennessee. Throughout, the high schooling period he was not only effective in the game of football but he was also efficient in the game of baseball and basketball.
After finishing his high schooling program, he accepted the scholarship offer from the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida.
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In the year 1967, he turned professional and played for 49ers for nine seasons; he also played for Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Throughout his 10 year NFL career, he played in 106 games, completing 597 passes in 1151 attempts, for a total of 6878 yards, 40 touchdowns, and 60 interceptions.
After retiring from the NFL, he entered into the career of coaching. He started his coaching career with Florida Gators football represented the University of Florida in American college football.
He later served as the coach of Georgia Tech, Washington Redskins, Duke, Florida, and South Carolina.
Currently, he serves as the head coach of Orlando Apollos of the Alliance of American Football.
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