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Stephen Orr Spurrier (born April 20, 1945) is a former American football player and coach often referred to by his nickname, "the Head Ball Coach". Steve Spurrier was born in Miami Beach, Florida and grew up in Tennessee, where he was a multi-sport all-state athlete at Science Hill High School in Johnson City. He attended the University of Florida, where he won the 1966 Heisman Trophy as a college football quarterback with the Florida Gators. The San Francisco 49ers picked him in the first round of the 1967 NFL draft, and he spent a decade playing professionally in the National Football League (NFL), mainly as a backup quarterback and punter. Spurrier was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame as a player in 1986.

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by Spurrier, Stephen, 1945-
Darling Heights, Qld. : UGG Boot Press, [2007]
by Spurrier, Stephen, 1945-
Darling Heights, Qld. : Ugg Boot Press, [2004]
by Spurrier, Stephen, 1945-
[Toowoomba, Qld.] : Ugg Boot Press, [1999?]
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by Spurrier, Stephen, 1945-
Toowoomba, Australia : Ugg Boot Press ; Townsville, Australia : Ned of the North Publications, 2001
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by Spurrier, Stephen, 1945-
Milton, Qld. : Grahame Galleries + Editions, Numero Uno ; [Toowoomba, Qld.] : Ugg Boot Press, 1999
[Castlecrag, N.S.W.] : Sydney Art on Paper Fair, 2005
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