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You're in good hands.
South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney takes out a $5 million dollar insurance policy for the 2013 season. (al.com)
Just Like Romeo and Juliet.
Katherine Webb says that people in Alabama refer to Crimson Tide starting quarterback A.J. McCarron and herself to be "the Romeo and Juliet of Alabama." in an interview with Vanity Fair.
To see her in that negligee is really just too much.
Vanity Fair also features a shot of Webb in her underwear. What, you're still here?
As for "Romeo"...
McCarron admits playing with a rib injury during the last six games of the 2012 season. He suffered the injury during the Oct. 27 game against Mississippi State. (ESPN)
The Story in Your Eyes.
Evan Woodbery looks at storylines going into the start of Tennessee's spring practice. (The Knoxville News Sentinel)
Let's be careful out there.
Georgia players art told to stay out of troubl...
BEST OF MAXIM
HARD TO FORGET THAT HIT
South Carolina’s best player is Jadeveon Clowney. The best moment from South Carolina’s season was Clowney almost killing Michigan running back Vincent Smith in the Outback Bowl. So it only makes sense that South Carolina is using its best player and the best moment as the cover for their spring guide. And just in case you don’t remember what South Carolina’s best player...
Remember that massive hit by South Carolina's Jadeveon Clowney in the 2012 Outback Bowl against Michigan?
Well, the fine folks over at the South Carolina media team decided to make that photo into the front cover of the South Carolina spring media guide:
Man, I can still feel that hit....
(Courtesy of No Guts, No Glory)
Quarterback AJ McCarron led the Alabama Crimson Tide to a second straight national championship this past season. And he reportedly did so playing the final six games with injured ribs.McCarron said he suffered the injury while being sacked during an Oct. 27 game against Mississippi State. He was forced to limit his throwing in practice from that point forward due to significant...
Jadeveon Clowney has joined the likes of Johnny Manziel as the latest college football player to take out insurance with the NCAA.
USA Today reported the story on the South Carolina defensive end’s move to secure his future. The insurance comes through the NCAA’s ‘exceptional student-athlete disability insurance program’. Clowney’s policy is the largest financial...
South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney has taken out a $5 million life insurance policy with the NCAA to protect against any future earnings lost to injury, the junior said Thursday after the Gamecocks completed their second practice of the spring. On Wednesday, Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel said that he and his family, along with the university, had begun the process...
The South Carolina Gamecocks Spring Prospectus couldn’t have picked a more perfect picture to put on the cover. For those of you that don’t know, Prospectus is a fancy way of saying Media Guide. The hit vaulted Clowney onto an even bigger stage and has helped Vincent Smith gain fame, even if it’s not the kind that he probably wants.
Newsflash: AJ McCarron has new tattoos. That’s according to the Alabama quarterback, who told Dan Patrick today that his arms now feature St. Michael fighting Lucifer and there’s another tattoo of the Mobile, Alabama skyline.
As for a Katherine Webb tattoo:
“There will never be a woman’s name on my body except my mom and my grandmother.”
On Webb having Auburn colors or...
South Carolina star defensive end Jadeveon Clowney has taken out a $5 million insurance policy through the NCAA.
Alabama starting quarterback A.J. McCarron was interviewed by Dan Patrick on Thursday morning. He discussed about everything you would want McCarron to talk about: returning to Alabama next season, his relationship with Texas A&M starting QB Johnny Manziel, girlfriend Katherine Webb, and his fondness for tattoos.
Among the highlights:
McCarron said that his main reason...
South Carolina All-American Jadeveon Clowney has purchased a $5
million insurance policy to protect himself financially for the
Johnny Manziel is still a year away from deciding whether he wants to make the leap to the NFL, but he and his family are already taking steps to protect his future.
The Heisman Trophy winner is in the process of filing for an insurance policy, similar to the one secured last month by South Carolina’s Jadeveon Clowney, that will protect his potential for future earnings should...