"Had a decent practice," Spurrier said. "Nothing too spectacular happened."
First-string center T.J. Johnson believes the offensive line bounced back from the performance in a positive way, calling Monday's workout one of the offensive line's best of the year.
"I believe we came out here with a lot better attitude," Johnson said. "I don't believe our attitude was right for that scrimmage. We had a day off, we came out here, the weather is much better than it has been -- this is fat-man weather here. I believe we just stepped it up and we had a lot better day today."
After reviewing the film from Saturday, Spurrier wasn't any less upset about the team's showing. But he did again point out that some players did play well.
"Not too much," Spurrier said when asked if he felt any better. "A lot of guys played pretty similar to what they usually do. But a lot of guys are coming around. We've got a several freshman -- those redshirt freshman receivers played well in the scrimmage."
The depth at receiver has been a major talking point among fans prior to the season, and the Gamecocks' young receivers are showing they're ready to play a part on this team, according to Spurrier.
"Lamar Scruggs, Demario Bennett and DeAngelo Smith, all three of those guys played very well," he said. "And then Ace Sanders and Nick Jones each had one or two catches. We seem to always be a young team, but we've got older players I think at the right positions. Offensive line [and] defensive line we've got a lot of older guys."
Despite Saturday's scrimmage, it is that experience that gives Spurrier some optimism about his team's chances this year.
"Just because you're a fourth- or fifth-year guy, doesn't necessarily mean you're a really, really good player," Spurrier said. "But they're bigger and stronger and I really think our line is going to play better this year."
The offensive line is also still learning its third scheme in as many years. Even when a unit is completely comfortable in a scheme, Johnson cautioned that you're always learning something new on the line depending on what the opponent does up front.
"We're still 17 or 18 days away so we've still got some time to practice around here," Spurrier said.
The Gamecocks were without freshman Tramell Williams and senior Steven Singleton on the line Monday. Williams suffered a shoulder injury while Singleton has a concussion. Back-up boundary safety Corey Addison is also still out with a concussion.
Following Monday's practice, the team headed to the Strom Thurmond Wellness & Fitness Center for its annual pool party.
The Gamecocks will be back at the Bluff Road practice fields on Tuesday at 9:30 a.m., while a two-a-day has been added to the slate on Wednesday, with a practice set for 10 a.m. and the third scrimmage of the fall scheduled for 7:30 p.m.