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It's that time of year again sports fans. Time for the warriors on the football field to make us proud as we watch them do battle with their opponents in their desire to find gridiron glory. In the process things will happen. Guys will make mistakes. Refs will stupid calls. Beer will be consumed (by us; not the players--hopefully).
In the end there will be a winner, but along the way fans will occassionaly be treated to something special--some bone charring, make you go "ooohhhh!!! " beastly hits that you love to watch and are glad you are not on the receiving end of.
Each week I will do my best to watch all the football I can, peruse the websites, and troll all over Twitter to bring you the five best hits of the week--my Fat Five.
I watched the South Carolina/UNC game hoping to see Jadeveon Clowney knock someone's head off. He didn't, but we were treated to the hit you see above.
This here is a quarterback--a quarterback!--k...
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No. 6 South Carolina is marching into Athens, Ga., on Saturday to face No. 11 Georgia and one local church is looking above to try to stop the Gamecocks' man-child, defensive end Jadeveon Clowney.
Reads the sign outside First Presbyterian Church in Athens: "Dear God, How Do You Stop Clowney?"
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Jadeveon Clowney may not have played an amazing first game to open the season, but that doesn’t mean his opponents fear him any less. One church in Athens, Georgia, is asking for a little help from above to help the Georgia Bulldogs stop the Gamecocks star this weekend. A Reddit user named Slings_Green posted a photo of what the church has written on its sign:
South Carolina defensive lineman Jadeveon Clowney is a game changer. Everyone and anyone that even claims to know anything about college football is aware of that. Heisman hype or not, he is capable of turning a game-changing play at any given time during a game--the man is just that much of a beast.
The good folks in and around Athens, Georgia, are...
Last Thursday, North Carolina and South Carolina kicked off the college football season with a tough interstate rivalry game. As was expected, a lot of eyes were on Jadeveon Clowney, the Gamecocks’ Heisman candidate. In particular, college football fans were outraged when it appeared that UNC’s Kiaro Holts took a major cheap shot by cutting Clowney’s legs:
Today, Tar Heels...
The lone "controversy" from Thursday night's game against South Carolina, well, outside of all the hand-wringing over Jadeveon Clowney's conditioning.UNC's Kiaro Holts clips Clowney at the tail end of a play earning him a personal foul and the disdain of pretty much everyone who saw it.
As you might imagine this drew a strong rebuke from pretty much everyone...
In anticipation of the South Carolina vs Georgia game, an Athens church has asked for God's help with stopping monster defensive end Jadeveon Clowney.
ATHENS - Mike Bobo talks about stopping Jadeveon Clowney and the South Carolina defense.
Georgia is two days away from facing South Carolina in Athens. With it comes the distinct possibility that Georgia starting quarterback Aaron Murray will at some point in the game get decapitated by South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney. Or at least be rendered as useless as he was in the Dawgs' humiliating 35-7 loss to the Gamecocks last year.
Murray claimed on the...
We've had so much fun watching that Hawaii kid all weekend that we decided to keep the looped times coming with a weekly round-up of the weekend's best GIFs. Consider it our penance for chopping 60% off the Monday Recap like slackers. Now let's all scroll together and slow down everyone else in the office's internet...
We start in Columbia, where North Carolina...
It was a Fig Thing this weekend, for sure.
Is everyone okay?
After such a buildup to the college football season, several people have sought medical attention after severe adrenaline dumps. Luckily, yesterday was Labor Day, so many Americans did not have to take a sick day from work. If everyone is ready, let’s take a quick look back at the first weekend in college football.
- Mike Starsinger
Rebel Nation spent their Saturday not having to worry about a win. This is a look at how everyone else in the SEC did on Saturday.
It is officially college football season ladies and gents. Now that the dog days of summer are officially over, let's recap week one in the SEC.
Thursday August 29th: Ole Miss at Vanderbilt
Ole Miss and Vanderbilt opened the 2013...