Twitter/@CorkGaines Steve Spurrier is back in Gainesville with Florida football, and it just feels right.The Head Ball Coach had the field at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium named after him ahead of tonight’s season opener against UMass. He delivered a pretty impressive speech to fans before the Gators and Minutemen kicked things off.Welcome home Steve Spurrier ??? pic.twitter.com/Y3gC46VOnx— A.J. (@AjThornton5) September 3, 2016#Gators rename their home field Steve Spurrier – Florida Field pic.twitter.com/jwuBqvdVJv— Dr Cork Gaines (@CorkGaines) September 3, 2016Spurrier also led Florida’s famous Mr. Two Bits chant, which involved him dressing up as the famous Gator fan, and getting pretty pumped up. He even broke out Usain Bolt’s signature celebration, which is absurd and absolutely amazing.Steve Spurrier leads the #Gators 2 Bits chant and then does a little dance pic.twitter.com/Mc8GLDyiLH— Dr Cork Gaines (@CorkGaines) September 3, 2016STEVE SPURRIER USAIN BOLT CELEBRATION #GATORS https://t.co/OqC3mxrVPH— Only Gators .com (@onlygators) September 3, 2016Spurrier may not be coaching the Gators or South Carolina Gamecocks, but we can never ever allow him to leave the college football spotlight. The game is too fun with him involved.This is Steve Spurrier’s first full season of retirement after he stepped down at South Carolina at mid-year in 2015. He spent three seasons at Duke (1987-1989) before taking over his alma mater Florida in 1990. There, he won the 1996 National Title, and six SEC titles, racking up a gaudy 127-22-1 record in 12 seasons.After a two-year tenure in the NFL with Washington, Spurrier took over the South Carolina Gamecocks and transformed them into a competitor in the SEC East. He was 86-49 in his 10-plus seasons in Columbia, leading the team to nine bowls and an SEC East title in 2010.As a player, Spurrier won the Heisman trophy as Florida quarterback in 1966.