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A lingering foot injury is hampering South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney this season. So much so that South Carolina defensive coordinator Lorenzo Ward says Clowney is being listed as day to day because of bone spurs in his right foot.
The bone spur issue is one that Clowney has had since high school, but has severely limited his performance this season. Clowney has said he will need surgery to remove the bone spurs when the season is over.
Ward says Clowney will be wearing a walking boot when he's unable to practice.
Clowney was expected to be the overall pick in the 2014 NFL Draft next year, but that could be in jeopardy due to both the injury and the surgery needed to repair it.
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Jadeveon Clowney's happy to get a rest with No. 12 South Carolina starting a week off - both for his aching right foot and from the spotlight that follows him around.
The Gamecocks All-American defensive end wears a walking boot to protect a recurrence of bone spurs in his foot, an injury he's dealt with since high school. Clowney's had all aspects of his game analyzed...
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South Carolina defensive coordinator Lorenzo Ward says defensive ends Jadeveon Clowney and Chaz Sutton will be day to day because of foot injuries for the rest of the season, but neither is expected to miss games.
Clowney is dealing with bone spurs in his right foot, a continuing problem dating to high school. Sutton has had a foot injury since preseason camp.
Ward said Tuesday...
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