Just For Fun, Watch USC’s Jadeveon Clowney Decapitate A Wolverine Running Back Again

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If he dies, he dies.

Echoes of Ivan Drago’s left cross permeated throughout Raymond James Stadium this New Year’s Day. Ann Arbor running back Vincent Smith took the ball with less than nine minutes to go in the 2013 Outback Bowl, and shortly thereafter met the business end of the oncoming demon freight train from hell colloquially known as Jadevon Clowney.

Clowney, who has been a stud in South Carolina’s trenches, is only a sophomore, and would no doubt, according to CBS Sports, be a top three pick if not for his (absolutely retarded) lack of eligibility. He’s a once in generation talent. What an absolute monster. The fact that his last name includes the word “clown” only further stirs fear in the hearts of his enemies, as he ties their vertebrae into a poodle with a swift helmet-to-helmet detonation.

Here’s the video for good measure.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=W26Dcns1Mxg

I’m not even going to try to pretend to be objective about this.

[via USA Today]

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    • 0
      InHocSignoDrinkes

      Incorrect. It’s easy for a guy who is a future NFL player to run over a RB and an O-line who won’t sniff the pros, the NFL is just a better product. I don’t particularly like to watch FSU run over N. Illinois in a “big time” bowl game.

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      J Parks

      Incorrect. It’s easy for a guy who is a future NFL player to run over a RB and an O-line who won’t sniff the pros

      The lineman Jadeveon Clowney was lined up against was Taylor Lewan, a projected top 12 pick.

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    grandfrat

    The SEC is “falling apart” trash has been spewed all day. When another conference can keep wining NCs, then you can talk trash. Did Fla and LSU get beat, yeah, but to extrapolate on that and say the entire conference as a whole is over-rated. Is the literal definition of ignorance.

    SEC keeps dominating…

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      Bone Padre

      NO. The top couple of teams dominate. The rest are on par with the rest of the nation. It’s just like basketball. The entire conference doesn’t get to take credit for Kentucky’s dominance, when the other 13 teams are shit from a dog’s anus.

      / Oh god, oh God, I’m almost there!
      // S-E-C! S-E-C! S-E-C!
      /// I swear, it was a scary ghost. Echtoplasm!

      Let’s get something straight.
      Alabama is elite. They are the SEC’s lone Tier-One representative.
      After that, LSU, Florida, and A&M (remember when everyone was predicting their suckiness because they came from a Big XII school? trolololol) are very good.
      South Carolina and Georgia are good.
      The rest of the conference is a big ‘ol bag of “meh.”

      tl;dr- stop jerking each other off like you’re God’s gift to football when only one of your teams truly stands above the rest of the nation.

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      grandfrat

      ^two upsets (albeit one team hit a FG at the end of regulation) doesn’t constitute for an entire conference

      SEC>everyone else

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      Broseph_Settles

      If you’re going to negate a last second play, then negate South Carolina’s win over Michigan. SEC has been unimpressive, to say the least, this bowl season. Northwestern even ended a 63 year drought against Miss St.

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      Bro Jackson

      Northwestern was one of the best teams in the buttery soft B1G this year. They competed for the conference championship and in their bowl game, they got to play a middle of the pack SEC team who got into a bowl by beating a buttery soft non-con schedule. If you want to hang your hat on the best teams from other conferences beating middle of the pack SEC teams, then sure go ahead, but to me that just proves the SEC’s dominance.

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