Why, if I didn’t know any better, I’d think Steve Spurrier is just a little peeved with his superstar.
At least you could always count on Stephen Garcia being ready to suit it up.
Filed under 'Cock Envy
Clowney’s all about himself. He figured that if he didn’t have the Heisman locked up by now, he’d basically just shut it down for the season. And if his attitude doesn’t change, he’s on a one-way street to falling well short of the hype in the NFL.
I’m not buying that he *couldn’t* play. Not even a little bit.
The fact that Clowney can annoy Spurrier makes him one of my favorite players right now. Love to hear Spurrier whine.
The “Old Man Football” guy from Mizzou…is he still there?
Sheldon Richardson is in the NFL now. I can’t remember which team though.
Like Turd said … It appears that Clowney has already checked out of college football. I imagine that he thinks “What do I have left to prove?” He probably has an agent and others whispering in his ear about all the ca$h he’s gonna be getting in the NFL. Sad to see someone with his potential not give it his all … for himself or his team. In the end, karma’s a bitch. I guess we’ll have to wait and see.
It was great to see the clips of Spurrier’s presser this morning. How does retirement sound now.
Have a couple of beers, coach. You won…
Way to go Coach Spurrier. Wise up JC. He sent a QB packing. Maybe your position, but it is his team. And he hs coached many of them with a great deal of success. He will park you and destroy your NFL draft selection. Get smart, and think of the bucks. Plays + sacks =s big bucks. Plus I want you to nail Tennessee to the wall.
Asked about Clowney’s commitment to the Gamecocks, Spurrier said, “You’ll have to ask him that.”
The Sakerlina fans have really turned on him. I love to see a WWL meme fail.
Clowney drafted in the 3rd round by the Rams has a good sound to it.
Followed by Clowney busted with purple drank after a Jay-Z concert in short order.
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