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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.
Few things are as horrifying as a gruesome knee injury. And as far as gruesome knee injuries go, few are as bad as the one suffered by South Carolina’s Marcus Lattimore in today’s game against Tennessee.
Yesterday’s sports action was pretty much exclusively college football. And of those college football games, only two resulted in upset victories. That being said, let’s see how the nation’s top two teams handled their business on Saturday.
South Carolina fans made a lot of noise on Saturday evening. You would have, too, if your team played that well. The fans’ biggest ovation, though, might have come for something else that happened on the field. See it after the jump.
Pretty much anything goes on ESPN’s College Gameday. As Lee Corso proved today, “anything” includes putting on a chicken head and playing with a live chicken for basically no reason.
That Didn’t Take Long: Here’s Your First Controversial Late-Game Call Of The College Football Season
College football is back, and if you’re a huge college football fan like me, you couldn’t be happier about it. But I probably wasn’t as excited for the beginning of the season as Vanderbilt fans – and this morning, I’m definitely not as pissed. Why? It’s all after the jump.
Above all else, Steve Spurrier’s tenure at Florida was marked by a ton of winning. But it was also defined by him saying whatever the hell he felt like. And blessedly, it seems the trash-talking Spurrier of old might be back.
Nothing’s official yet, and when nothing’s official yet you can never be totally sure, but multiple reports are indicating that Kansas State basketball coach/master intimidator Frank Martin is leaving to take the same position at South Carolina. On the face of it, this is great news for South Carolina… but also confusing news for Martin. What made him want to leave?
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.
With his South Carolina Gamecocks slotted at 12th in the initial coaches poll for the 2011 college football season, Steve Spurrier is feeling good. Good enough that he no longer cares what he says on TV? We’re not sure about that.