"Terry Dean" is a former American football/American and Canadian football quarterback in the Canadian Football League (CFL), Arena Football League (AFL) and World League of American Football (WLAF). He played college football at Florida Gators football/Florida. Dean played for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the CFL, Florida Bobcats of the AFL and the Rhein Fire of the WLAF.

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I'm sure if I had called him I'd have gotten some sideline passes, ... But there's a difference between just going there and being welcomed.

The reason I came back was coach [Urban] Meyer, ... He's one of those guys after you first meet him, you know he's a leader. There's a presence about him. And he makes you feel welcome.

I would suspect when he comes here it's going to be pretty ugly for him. I would think so. I'll be interested to see, if Urban has got a chance to run it up on him, what the final score ends up being.

But the people I've talked to that are true fans really resent his decision to go compete against his alma mater and the school he did so much for as a coach. It's going to be pretty interesting to see. But I would suspect he could have a pretty rude reception. . .

I don't get his move. I don't understand the motive for that. I think he's made a mistake. I think he needed some ego restoration, probably. I'll tell you, he came into arguably the toughest conference in college football and I'll tell you, it's not going to be the same. I know the South Carolina fans are excited, but. . .

I just think everything that has been done has been first-class. And that's why I'm here. I haven't been back here since I left. I got back involved and . . . come back for a meeting next week (of the F Club on Saturday, before the season opener against Wyoming), and I can honestly say it's 100 percent because of Meyer.

The noise was like a concussion blast.

[Spurrier] is a perfectionist, ... Being a former quarterback, he's right in there. He's very tough on his quarterbacks. ... Our situation became a bad one. It just sort of deteriorated at the end. I don't keep in contact with him. I wish him well.

[But during the season Danny Wuerffel emerged as a worthy challenger. Spurrier seemingly enjoyed pitting Dean and Wuerffel against each other.] If you made a mistake, you heard about it, ... He was very demanding.