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The Clemson vs. South Carolina rivalry is alive and well, folks.
Yesterday, star Gamecocks defensive end Jadeveon Clowney made waves when he stated that he knows that certain quarterbacks “fear” him – namely Clemson’s Tajh Boyd and Georgia’s Aaron Murray.
Jadeveon Clowney talking abt seeing fear in the eyes of #Clemson QB Tajh Boyd. Said he knows #UGA‘s Aaron Murray’s also scared.
— Bruce Feldman (@BFeldmanCBS) July 16, 2013
Well, as you’d imagine, Clowney’s statements ticked off a few people. Enter DeAndre Hopkins, current Houston Texan and former Clemson Tiger. Hopkins, who was drafted in the first round of the 2013 NFL Draft, had a few things to say on Twitter today about the situation.
Real men do the talking on the field @TajhB10
— Deandre Hopkins (@Nukdabomb) July 17, 2013
gamecock fans @JJWatt had 20 sacks last season in the (NFL) and never talked negative ab any QB , y’all will learn class one day I hope
— Deandre Hopkins (@Nukdabomb) July 17, 20...
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But, according to one of his teammates that is exactly what happened.
Via the Sporting News, a teammate of South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney said he ran a 40-yard dash in 4.46 seconds.
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Speaking at SEC media day, Jadeveon Clowney said that there are some opposing quarterbacks in the conference who are scared of him.
Jadeveon Clowney probably scares most quarterbacks, even if they wouldn’t want to admit it.
At 6-foot-6, 274 pounds, it’s easy to see why some would be scared of the South Carolina defensive lineman. Not only can he deliver bone-crushing hits, like the one he laid on Michigan’s Vincent Smith in last year’s Outback Bowl, but he can also run pretty fast for his size — 40...
Another day, another response to South Carolina star Jadeveon Clowney’s controversial quote from the SEC Media Days on Monday. In case you’ve forgotten, Clowney said he knows that certain quarterbacks “fear” him – and he cited Clemson’s Tajh Boyd and Georgia’s Aaron Murray.
Well, we saw Boyd’s former teammate DeAndre Hopkins stand up for his former signal-caller yesterday...
It was the shot heard round the world as South Carolina’s Jadeveon Clowney said he knows who’s scared of him when he takes the field; unfortunately for Georgia Bulldog fans, one of the players he called out was Aaron Murray.…Read more →
Be afraid. Be very afraid. Jadeveon Clowney's coming, and it'll be televised. (Photo: USA Today Sports)
The SEC Media Days are over tomorrow and the league has released its early television schedule for the first three weeks of the season. The conference also announced every air-date of each game on CBS, as well as a few select primetime games on ESPN.
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