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Remember all that talk this past summer about Jadeveion Clowney sitting out his final season at South Carolina in order to stay healthy for the 2014 NFL Draft? Clowney said he wouldn’t do that, but he may be thinking about…Read more →

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Video: Steve Spurrier bristles at Jadeveon Clowney questions

South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier was not happy about the fact that defensive end Jadeveon Clowney watched the Kentucky game from the bench.

NFL Execs Don’t Care About Jadeveon Clowney’s Drama

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South Carolina wins without Clowney

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