Spurrier angered by gigglers

COLUMBIA, S.C. — Steve Spurrier ended South Carolina's practice early soon after linebacker Eric Norwood's hard hit on receiver Moe Brown during a passing drill.

Spurrier was angry that some defensive players were laughing and smiling when Brown got hit. Spurrier says his players have to learn to practice as a team and take care of each other.

The Gamecocks coach says the Monday night session got out of hand. He did not have a reason for it. But Spurrier says if the players don't want to practice the way a team should, the team will spend its workouts running.

Spurrier says the worst part of the incident was the players giggling after Brown got hit.