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In SportsNation‘s poll for the “SportsCenter: Best of the Best” category, 7-year-old brain cancer patient Jack Hoffman‘s 69-yard touchdown in the Nebraska spring game is going up against 45-time winner Jadeveon Clowney‘s ferocious hit on Michigan’s Vincent Smith.
You would think that even the people from South Carolina would show little Jack some love, but no. They are the only place in the entire world that gave Clowney’s hit the majority vote. Come on, *****. Show some love the little man; he deserves it.
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The South Carolina Gamecocks football squad has gone through 10 practices so far this Spring Football session and here are some 10 quick observations:
1. What would spring football be without Coach Spurrier poor-mouthing the play of the offensive line? It is a fact that success in the SEC begins with this unit but we have full confidence they will begin to mesh before fall...
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South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney will miss Saturday’s spring game and could miss the rest of spring practice because of neck and back pain and a “slight concussion.”
“My back and neck are hurting me,” Clowney told reporters Tuesday. “I should be OK coming out of spring ball. I should be coming around soon, hopefully.
After suffering a sprained neck in practice, South Carolina DE Jadeveon Clowney could wind up sitting out the 2013 Spring Game.
Photo via USA Today Sports South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney will miss Saturday’s spring game and could miss the rest of spring practice because of neck and back pain and a “slight concussion.”