As we reported earlier last week, South Carolina All American defensive end Jadeveon Clowney was scheduled to miss the remainder of spring practice with a sprained neck.
Gamecocks head coach Steve Spurrier traditionally always has a play set during his spring game where a player comes off the sideline to make a spectacular catch.
In the wake of all the Heisman talk and conversation about his ability to play both ways, it was only right that Steve Spurrier allowed Clowney to come off the sideline in his last South Carolina spring football game.
Clowney doesn’t really actually score because he fell down after catching the pass. College rules dictate that once your knee touches, you are down.
It’s Jadeveon Clowney’s world right now, so who cares.