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"Only the first day of 2013 and perhaps the play of the year. John Gruden explains how Jadeveon Clowney's massive hit helped South Carolina beat Michigan in the Outback Bowl."
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They have an entire article up about it on the ESPN SEC blog. I don't think I'll ever see a bigger hit in a bigger situation in my life.
TAMPA, Fla. -- The clock read 8:22. Michigan led 22-21. Jadeveon Clowney, frustrated for most of Tuesday afternoon, saw the clock winding down in t
Good article. Good, funny quotes. Ya gotta read it.
Oh my gosh.....
Spurrier: “You know the ball did not touch the first-down marker?”
Referee: “I know it didn’t.”
Spurrier: “Well, why’d you give it to him?”
Referee: “I don’t know.”
I thought Clowney had decapitated Smith when his helmet shot off rolling back. Good Karma...Smith was the one who helmeted Jadeveon in the groin earlier in the game.
Down at the bottom of the article, Clowney says he laughed after the hit because Smith laughed at him when Smith speared him in the groin with his helmet.
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