Found February 19, 2013 on Football Nation:
College football needs their great athletes to stay for more wins and revenue for the university - not the players. Steve Spurrier feels that Jadeveon Clowney should play another year because he just needs to play football. Coach Steve Spurrier knows why he needs to play, and it's not for the good of Clowney's well being. Spurrier knows that with Clowney they have a shot at a national title. As a Georgia Bulldog fan, I hope Clowney never comes back to South Carolina. That's how much of an impact he has on the field.$76.92 million was the total generated for the South Carolina Athletic Department in the 2010-2011 fiscal year. College athletes are discouraged of the revenue from jerseys, tickets, and concession stand sales that they don't get. If I'm Clowney, I'm looking at the fact that my talent is rated so high to the extent that I can stay healthy and wait out another year. Clowney needs to look out for his career. If his career was over because of injury, ...
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