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I just watched the words, "Steve Spurrier gets on my nerves" come out of Stephen A. Smith's mouth.
If the remote had been close by I may have thrown it at the TV.
Why did he say this?
Claims Spurrier's feelings on Clowney playing are "self serving".
It was obvious he was just projecting generalizations on the situation. He assumed Spurrier doesn't want his players to go pro and only cares about the program, that he only cared about his paycheck, and that Clowney was from a rough background (even though he is, it was still an assumption)
Stephen A. Smith gets on my nerves; it amazes me that guy still has a job
If Clowney were playing at Bama, SoCal, Ohio State, or one of the "nationally prominent" college football powers, we would not be having this conversation. Why did they no talk aout it when Trent Richardson was a rising senior, after he had already had one bad knee injury? How about Andrew Luck or Johnny Manziel now after RG3's injury?
because ESPN, in a sports-void time of year without big stories to talk about, is not "self serving" by creating this debate and then talking about it on every show?
oh, the hypocrisy.....
So why are they not talking about the guy who may project to go second in the draft? Clowney going first in the draft is no guarantee if he sits out or plays. The same argument they have been discussing could be said for any of the players projected to go in the first round. First round money is "life changing" and every football player puts their career on the line by playing but also enhances their stock by playing. This argument makes no since to me.
Richardson left after his junior year and had no history of knee injury
Why wasn't anybody saying that Jarvis Jones should sit out this year. Or Star Lotuleilei?
Ally will beat the crap out of Uga.
SAS is the Al Sharpton of the sports world.
This was your first mistake:
Is there a coach in america that would tell clowney to sit out? other than dabo, that is. We all know he would tell clowney to sit out!
This post was edited by Black Death7 14 months ago
George Strait-Entertainer of a Lifetime
He injured the same knee against LSU and had surgery prior to the NFL combines
Andrews did a similar procedure on Richardson on Feb. 3 to repair a torn meniscus the running back suffered in the same knee while playing for Alabama during its BCS national championship victory over LSU.
This post was edited by 86cocky 14 months ago
Had this same exact thought a few minutes ago. Everybody wishes JC7 was on their team, and they damn sure would want him to play for their team. It's just laughable everybody grandstanding talking about how he should sit out.
I enjoy both Stephen A and Skip daily.
Down votes lol
Why doesn't anyone complain about top 10 picks staying for their senior year?
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