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South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney's stock as the most feared player in college football has taking a severe drop over the first two game of the college football season. Lackluster performances against North Carolina and Georgia have begun to put into question of Clowney's being the number one overall pick in the 2014 NFL Draft.
The pressure seems to be getting to Clowney, who suggested that his underperfromance so fer this season is the fault of his coaches, saying they aren't using him creatively enough. Speaking to reporters Clowney said "I told the
coaches you got to put me somewhere else -- in the middle if you want to
-- somewhere I can make some plays [to] help my team get in position to
win. But [Georgia] took me right out of the game."
Luckily for Clowney, South Carolina head football coach Steve Spurrier agrees with the fact that the defensive end hasn't been used as "creatively" as he should. "We've got ...
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I am going to ask Clowney to use his brain for a minute. If I am running an offense, why would I run plays toward the most disruptive player on defense, that would be stupid. Clowney better get use to it and figure out a way to make an impact while being the center of attention from offenses. Clowney said it's becoming increasingly frustrating to make plays with offenses going...
Fans had to wait till the second game of the season, but it finally happened--South Carolina bad *ss Jadeveon Clowney sacked the quarterback.
Yeah, so it wasn't a bone crunching hit like the one he laid on that poor Michigan running back last season, but they can't all be like that.
The real question may be whether the team may need to shut...
Some South Carolina defensive coaches showed more fire yesterday than a now hobbled Jadeveon Clowney did.
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Gamecocks defensive star Jadeveon Clowney is already considered a superhero in the state of South Carolina. So it only makes sense that he’ll be repping an Under Armour Batman shirt beneath his jersey today. The school’s Twitter account just sent out a photo of Clowney’s locker ahead of the Gamecocks’ matchup with Georgia.
Time to get ready! #Gamecocks pic.twitter.com/NtCIcBBjRB...
Like North Carolina did last week, the Georgia Bulldogs' gameplan was to play away from South Carolina Gamecocks All-American DE Jadeveon Clowney, and just like NC, they did it with success, neutralizing the would-be first round draft pick in their 41-30 win. After the game, Clowney had a lot to say.
Under Armour is selling "No. 7 DE" South Carolina-colored t-shirts, which appear to be directly marketing off the likeness of Jadeveon Clowney.
Will the real Gamecock defense please stand up?
Coming off a loss to Clemson, Georgia had to face the Gamecocks and what some believed was one of the best defenses in college football lead by Jadeveon Clowney, and the Bulldogs made it look easy, shredding the South Carolina defense for 536 total yards. Needless to say head coach Steve Spurrier was not happy with the performance....
We have to hand it to the guys at Denver Downs Farm — this is one of the most impressive corn mazes that we’ve come across. The farm, located in Anderson, South Carolina, got extremely fancy with its corn maze creation, and came up with a pretty spectacular looking version with the faces of Steve Spurrier and Dabo Swinney:
Battle of the husks: #Gamecocks‘ Steve Spurrier and...
The South Carolina coach Dawn Staley has something new to entice women's basketball players this fall - her Naismith Memorial Hall of Fame trophy.
Staley returned Monday from a weekend of celebrations and ceremonies in Springfield, Mass., where she was inducted along with 11 other basketball greats. She sat next to her trophy at South Carolina's arena, saying it will eventually...
If this year's Clemson-South Carolina showdown is anywhere near as epically epic as this corn maze featuring coaches Dabo Swinney and Steve Spurrier, then it's game on.
Jadeveon Clowney smothered Aaron Murray for his first sack of the season.
Otherwise, the South Carolina star's name was barely called Saturday.
That's starting to sound familiar.
With Clowney turning in another rather quiet performance, Murray carved up the Gamecocks defense with 309 yards passing and four touchdowns, leading 11th-ranked Georgia to a 41-30 victory over...
The South Carolina Gamecocks were in a tie ball game with the Georgia Bulldogs on Saturday, but something was apparently not going right. These two assistant coaches got into a physical altercation on the sideline and had to be separated by two other coaches. I’m not sure what was wrong, but clearly they were in a serious disagreement.
Superstar South Carolina Gamecocks defensive end Jadeveon Clowney sacked Georgia Bulldogs quarterback Aaron Murray hard on Saturday.
The game just ended, and four hours earlier, Georgia coach Mark
Richt was a loser. Aaron Murray couldn't win the big one. Steve
Spurrier was a genius, with a real chance at a run for another
national championship. Jadeveon Clowney was the best player in the
country. Until this: Georgia 41, South Carolina 30.