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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 him down for the a week; at least at practice if not for a game. In the second half he had some ankle/foot issues that limited him. According to the announcers he was stepped on in practice earlier in the week.
Even at partial strength he is a beast, but if he continues to play on an injury it will only hurt him and the team in the long run. At 1-1 they are still alive for the SEC title as well as the national title. They do have another SEC opponent next week, a tough Vanderbilt team, and UCF is not exactly soft the following week either.
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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...
College Football Week 2 Picks
In case the offseason made you forget just how much Vegas loves to torment bettors, last week featured a nice mix of upsets, blowouts, and surprises. Going Against the Spread is always a daunting proposition, and the FCS certainly didn’t help matters by going off on its big brother.
Here are the picks for week 2. We each avoided a losing record last...
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...
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...
Some South Carolina defensive coaches showed more fire yesterday than a now hobbled Jadeveon Clowney did.
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Tensions flew on the sidelines of the South Carolina – Georgia game after Georgia and some USC coaches started yelling at each other then fighting. They had to be physically separated. You can’t hear what they are saying but it doesn’t sound pleasant. I don’t even know what they were arguing about. They actually held Georgia to a 3 and out right before their altercation and...
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.
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...
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South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney expressed his frustration for his role in the Gamecocks struggling defense after Saturday’s loss to Georgia.
“Very frustrating,” Clowney said via ESPN.com. “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...
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 Georgia Bulldogs had a tough start to their 2013 season losing to Clemson last week. Now the No. 11 Bulldogs will host the No. 6 South Carolina Gamecocks at Sanford Stadium Saturday afternoon.
South Carolina is coming off a 27-10 against North Carolina and a win against Georgia would propel the Gamecocks to the soft part of their schedule which does not currently feature a ranked...
Georgia and South Carolina have combined to win the last three SEC East titles, and Saturday’s game will play a key role in determining the...
Covering Dixie Like Mildew - The SEC. All your crystal football are belong to us.
Haters gonna hate.
Gregg Doyle claims that criticism from media personalities like ESPN's Lou Holtz and Mark May, and former Oklahoma head football coach Barry Switzer are making the public sympathetic to Texas A&M starting quarterback Johnny Manziel. He goes a little further...
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.