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Tweet Jadeveon Clowney, whose biggest task for the South Carolina Gamecocks this season will be to make sure that he doesn’t get hurt, didn’t suit up for South Carolina’s spring game due to precautions surrounding a mild neck sprain. Despite not having on a helmet or having on any of his pads, Clowney still made [...]
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The most watched player at South Carolina got just one play at Saturday's spring game.
Gamecocks coach Steve Spurrier had all-American defensive end Jadeveon Clowney run he coach's annual pass-to-someone-coming-off-the-sideline play.
Clowney, wearing sneakers, shorts and no pads, caught the pass from freshman Connor Mitch, but awkwardly slipped as he turned for the end...
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COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) The most watched player at South Carolina got just one play at Saturday's spring game.
And Jadeveon Clowney scored a touchdown.
Gamecocks coach Steve Spurrier had the All-American defensive end run the coach's annual pass-to-someone-coming-off-the-sideline play. Clowney, wearing sneakers, shorts and no pads, caught the pass from freshman Connor Mitch...
On Saturday, the South Carolina Gamecocks hosted their annual spring football game.One player who wasn't expected to participate was All-American defensive end Jadeveon Clowney, who many believe is one of the top college football players in the country.The junior-to-be has been battling mild neck pain and a mild concussion recently. So, as a precautionary measure, head coach...
There have been rumors about the Gamecocks possibly using Jadeveon Clowney on offense (which will never happen), but with injuries holding him out of spring it isn't even something that South Carolina can pretend to do--or is it?
The team isn't going to do it for real or pretend with Clowney on the sideline for the Spring Game Saturday while he mends. That didn't stop...
Jadeveon Clowney was ruled out South Carolina’s spring game on Saturday, although he did participate on one play—without a helmet or pads—and even scored a touchdown. The Ol’ Ball Coach still has it. Oh, and not only did Clowney just sort of jog out for one play to go deep, but he also fell down [...]
South Carolina star defensive end (read: monster) Jadeveon Clowney made a cameo at the Gamecocks spring game, catching this touchdown.