If there were ever a case that demonstrated the need for mandatory drug testing, it's the agreement that puts Steve Spurrier and Daniel Snyder in an employee-employer relationship. You have to wonder whether one of these parties, if not both, have been smoking some of Marion Barry's crack. Spurrier's acceptance of the job to coach the Washington Redskins should put the nation's capital in a state of high alert. It's only a matter of time before this volatile combination produces the most violent explosion since Arch and Jughead mixed the wrong chemicals together in the high school lab. Maybe Steve is just in this for the money. But from here, unless Spurrier or Snyder has a come-to-Jesus experience, this thing is going to end with enough loud rancor to make the usual Washington political squabbles look like a Presbyterian covered-dish social. ♦ Quote of the week comes from Hines Ward of the Steelers, who helped his team squash the hated Ravens 27-10: “They came in here swaggering. Now they can swagger their butts back to Baltimore.” The oppressed decent folk around the league all celebrated on Sunday to see the loud-mouthed, punk-ass Ravens not only lose but get pushed around helplessly. ♦ Fans of Vandy men's basketball who've resigned themselves to waiting till next year may get more of a foretaste of success than they thought. The veryvery young Commodores, who have been taking their lumps all season, made an impressive rally against Florida, then won two games in a rowincluding a road victory over a South Carolina team that came within an eyelash of beating Kentucky. Vandy isn't an NCAA tournament-caliber team, but they may steal a few surprising wins as they continue to gel. Next year, expect them to do some damage.