Posted December 17, 2012 on southcarolina.scout.com
Jadeveon Clowney will look to add on to his impressive season in the Outback Bowl and put his name in the running for the 2013 Heisman Trophy. Clowney looks to become South Carolina's second Heisman Trophy winner and the second defensive player to win the award.
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