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So I guess Jadeveon Clowney has a different definition of what’s in shape and what’s not than most of us. Clowney basically admits that he has been getting by on his freakish athletic ability:
“I used to get tired last year during games a lot,” Clowney said. “Now I just got myself really in shape. That’s all it was. I am not worried about my game, because my game was all right last year. I was just out of shape last year, but I am in shape (now).”
Even South Carolina’s defensive coordinator Lorenzo Ward joined in:
“JD doesn’t play hard all the time, and he knows that. I tell him all the time,” Ward said. “He plays hard when he needs to. The great thing about him is when he has to make a play, he will make it. But I want him to make those plays all the time. When you are in great shape, you will do that.”
I know the Legend of Clowney is growing by the day but imagine if he could still actually get better? It’s good that he is addressing his “motor issue” now though before t
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Daniel Jeremiah of the NFL Network spoke with some NFL personnel guys and got their thoughts on South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney. Executive No. 1: Second to none “Yes. I have him over Von Miller, (Ndamukong) Suh, (Darrelle) Revis and Mario Williams. He has size, speed, rare athletic ability, flexibility and explosion. He’s a dominating player vs. the run and pass...
South Carolina All-American Jadeveon Clowney has returned to practice after missing the past two sessions with a bruised shoulder.
Clowney sat out Saturday's scrimmage and Monday night's practice before returning to the field on Tuesday. South Carolina did not practice Sunday. Gamecocks defensive coordinator Lorenzo Ward had said that Clowney's injury was not serious...
South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney would have been the first overall pick in this year’s NFL draft if he had been eligible to be drafted. Next year when he’ll finally be the requisite three years out of high school he’s expected to go first overall. But Clowney is more than just the best prospect to come out in the last couple years.
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South Carolina star defensive end Jadeveon Clowney might miss the
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If the North Carolina Tar Heels' offensive line needed a pick-me-up during Wednesday's training camp, Steve Spurrier provided it.
The South Carolina head coach said his star defensive end, Jadeveon Clowney, will play in the two teams' season opener in Columbia, S.C., on Aug. 29. Sitting in his golf cart at the Gamecocks' practice facility on Wednesday, Spurrier left...
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Jadeveon Clowney is the king of college football right now, and his star should only shine brighter as the season progresses, he makes plays, and the Gamecocks make noise in the rugged SEC.
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South Carolina All American Jadeveon Clowney returned to practice on Tuesday, after Gamecocks head coach Steve Spurrier trolled all of america with threats of Clowney being questionable for the opener, or the team playing without him.
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South Carolina head football coach Steve Spurrier says that Gamecock defensive end Jadeveon Clowney will play in the Aug. 29 season opener against North Carolina. (ESPN)
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In what could just be a smokescreen to make some people uncomfortable, we have some injury news coming out of Columbia, South Carolina.
According to The State Newspaper, South Carolina all world defensive end Jadeveon Clowney could miss the season opener against North Carolina with a shoulder injury.
Spurrier: Clowney could miss first game if shoulder doesn't improve soon....
The head ball coach did say it when reporters gathered around Steve Spurrier Monday night.
You heard right, Jadeveon Clowney might miss South Carolina's season opener against North Carolina because of a bruised shoulder.
You can just see the frustration on Steve Spurrier's face. Perhaps the head ball coach will remind Clowney and the other players the difference...
Late Monday night, South Carolina Gamecocks coach Steve Spurrier told reporters that Jadeveon Clowney may have to sit out Week 1 of the 2013 season.
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After a practice, the HBC told media members that a lot of his guys are hurt and may not play in the first game against North Carolina. Obviously, the main concern for anyone facing the Gamecocks is whether or not Jadeveon Clowney will play and according to the HBC himself Clowney may sit out the first game.
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South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier says DE Jadeveon Clowney will
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