Steve Spurrier is coaching football again.

Spurrier’s Alliance of American Football team, the Orlando Apollos, hosted an event in Gainesville, Fla. Thursday. While the event was aimed at getting Gators fans interested in the Apollos, Spurrier made an interesting comment about stepping down from South Carolina during the 2015 season.

“I didn’t leave South Carolina because I disliked coaching. I left because we had a mess of a team, and I was the head coach and I created it and made a bunch of mistakes,” Spurrier said, per Graham Hall of The Gainesville Sun. “Players didn’t like each other, coaches didn’t like each other, and it was time for me to get out of there.

“No one wants to leave under those circumstances, but that’s the way it happened.”

The Apollos, which have started practicing, open their season Feb. 9, 2019 against the Atlanta Legends.

More from Spurrier can be found in Hall’s article here.