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They should make an “It gets better” PSA campaign for pool-poopers, because it’s a tough road to hoe once you get that reputation.
South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier says it about his star defensive end Jadeveon Clowney all the time: he’s a three-year player. Clowney’s played two of those years already, he’ll play one more, and then he’ll go to the NFL, where he will be the No. 1 pick of the 2014 draft barring injury. And plays like the one you’ll see after the jump are exactly why.
South Carolina freshman defensive end Jadeveon Clowney arrived in Columbia as one of the most heralded recruits to sign anywhere in recent years. Thus far, he looks worthy of the hype.
Can South Carolina win this season with oft-troubled quarterback Stephen Garcia? Matt Millen seems to think so…and found an interesting way to put it.
Steve Spurrier had himself “arrested” at a football practice to prove something about the handcuffing and frisking of his top recruit. What that something was, though, I’m not sure.
Jadeveon Clowney, the defensive end from South Pointe High School in South Carolina considered by many to be the top high school football prospect in years at any position, is going to the University of South Carolina.
South Pointe (S.C.) High School defensive end Jadeveon Clowney is a man-child, and at last night’s Under Armour All America Game, he gave fans of his home state’s state school more reason to hope they’ll land him…which they’re favored to do.