Spurrier last October publicly said he was open to coaching again under the right circumstances.
"I don’t want to be a head coach,” Spurrier said during a news conference at Duke University. "There’s too much involved with being the head coach. But a high school somewhere to coach quarterbacks and pitch the ball around, that might be something that someday I might want to do again. But it’d have to be the right situation.
"Major college football — these guys work 11 months a year now. It’s so different than back in the '90s or even the 2000s as far as the total number of hours these guys work. I don’t look forward to that."