Found January 06, 2013 on
Outside the Boxscore:
The below photo of the South Carolina state line sign is clearly photoshopped to include a sign telling visitors to beware of South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney.
However that doesn't stop it from being any more awesome:
Clearly, Michigan's Vincent Smith believes that he should have been informed of the sign.
(Courtesy of Fan Sided)
BEST OF MAXIM
Jadeveon Clowney is one of the best defensive ends in the country. He is already being mentioned as a Heisman finalist and he thinks he can win it, not to mention many predict that if he were eligible for the NFL draft this year he would be the first pick taken. Clowney made the hit of the year when he busted through the Michigan Wolverine o-line in the Outback Bowl and destroyed...
South Carolina star defensive end Jadeveon Clowney will spend the rest of this off-season and a full 2013 season working on his game, getting reps in, and most importantly(knock on wood), trying not to get hurt.
Clowney would be the #1 overall pick in the 2013 draft if he was allowed to come out, but with the 3 year rule in effect, Jadeveon has to wait until 2014.
The state of South...
Boy, South Carolina Gamecock fans wasted absolutely no time getting this sign put up. It appears that both Jadeveon Clowney and Vincent Smith have been immortalized in College Football for that hit, and the highlight will be staying around for a while.Photo via: Reddit CFBRelated: Jadeveon Clowney gets speared in the balls with helmet Related: Jadeveon Clowney destroys Vincent...
BIG BOY BALL
South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier says Jadeveon Clowney is so good he could have skipped college.
Aleighsa Welch led No. 18 South Carolina with 16 points and seven rebounds as the Gamecocks rolled over Mississippi State 60-46 Sunday for their first Southeastern Conference victory of the year.
Welch was 5-of-9 shooting and made 6 of 8 from the foul line. Sancheon White added 11 points as nine different players scored for South Carolina (13-2, 1-1), which dropped its SEC opener...
It is official, the South Carolina football team is a Top 10 team. The Gamecocks have finished in the top 10 of the Associated Press poll for only the second time in school history. The Gamecocks (11-2) were ranked No. 8 in the country in the final AP poll of the year and finished ranked No. 7 in the USA Today/Coaches Poll.
When we heard the news, this was our reaction:
South Carolina-bound offensive linemen Alan Knott and D.J. Park are dreading their first practice against All-America defensive end Jadeveon Clowney after seeing his brutal Outback Bowl hit.
From this day forward, the South Carolina men's basketball program will be without guard LaShay Page. The young man has been ruled out for the season due to a "academic eligibility issue."
This is a blow to USC and means that the other guards must step up their level of play to make up for the 11.7 points a game that Page had averaged.
With Bruce Ellington set...
Lakeem Jackson tied a season-high with 16 points and three other South Carolina players scored in double figures in an 80-69 win over South Carolina State on Saturday.
Brian Richardson finished with 15 points, Breton Williams had 14 points and Damien Leonard added 10 for the Gamecocks (10-3), who played for the second straight game with eight scholarship players.