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Clowney came to the coaches before the game and said that bruised ribs that kept him from practice Thursday were too sore for him to play.
So the 6-foot-6, 274-pound All-American watched the Gamecocks’ 35-28 win against Kentucky from the sidelines, chatting with teammates as South Carolina lost a large lead for the third straight game.
If Clowney “wants to play, we will welcome him to come play for the team if he wants,” Spurrier said after the game. “But if he doesn’t want to play, he doesn’t have to play. Simple as that.”
On Sunday, Spurrier reclassified Clowney’s injury as a muscle strain. Spurrier said the frustration he expressed a day earlier was a result of how late Clowney waited to tell his coaches he wouldn’t play.
“It was just we didn’t know he wasn’t playing until right before the game,” Spurrier said. “That is always a little frustrating. Usually the trainer or doctor comes and tells you this guy is out, and that did not happen last night. But on the other side if a player is in pain and can’t play, I don’t want him to play. None of us do.”
Asked about Clowney’s commitment to the Gamecocks, Spurrier said, “You’ll have to ask him that.”
Spurrier’s kept Clowney on a short leash with the media since early August, letting him speak only after games. Spurrier said that would change this week to give Clowney a chance to explain his injury.
Defensive coordinator Lorenzo Ward said Saturday he thought Clowney would play during the team’s walk-through and was surprised when he learned he wouldn’t be playing.
Morris College Hornets (1-2) will be on the road against Francis Marion University (0-0) tomorrow night, Monday (Nov. 19) at 7 p.m. at Francis Marion. General admission to the game is $8 for adults and $5 for students (FMU students are admitted free with ID). The contest will be televised live on Channel 11 of Florence’s Time Warner Cable system as well as streamed on the internet at http://www.ustream.tv/fmupatriots
FMU leads the all-time series with Morris 19-10, with the Patriots defeating the Hornets last season in a close game 90-87.
What a great way to start of a THANKSGIVING WEEK!!!
Don’t look for Clemson receiver DeAndre Hopkins to talk much about his accomplishments, preferring to leave that to others. So far this season, the Tigers’ junior has given people plenty to get excited about.
Hopkins is 14th-ranked Clemson’s other receiver opposite star All-American Sammy Watkins. But it’s Hopkins who’s grabbed the headlines so far this season. He leads the Atlantic Coast Conference with 49 Continue reading
Gamecock fans converge on Williams-Brice Stadium Saturday for a second straight home game as USC hosts the University of Alabama-Birmingham tonight.
The Gamecocks are coming off a 48-10 win over East Carolina last Saturday. UAB had a bye.
USC is 2-0 this season with wins over East Carolina and Vanderbilt. The Blazers lost to Troy 39-29 in their season opener two weeks ago.
Head Coach Steve Spurrier has not yet announced if Connor Shaw will start at quarterback for the Gamecocks. Shaw suffered an injury to his throwing shoulder against Vanderbilt and he did not play against East Carolina last week.
The Big Spur web site reports “expect Dylan Thompson to start for the Gamecocks tonight.”
Kickoff is at 7 p.m.
Found this article by Associate Press…..eh.
West Virginia University is the nation’s top party school, displacing Ohio University in an annual survey by Princeton Review.
It’s the third time that the West Virginia campus in Morgantown has made the top slot and the first time in five years. Last year it was ranked sixth.
The University of South Carolina ranked seventeenth.
Ohio University in Athens dropped to number three.
The rankings are in the 2013 edition of “The Best 377 Colleges,” on sale Tuesday.
There are 62 lists, based on surveys of 122,000 students during the last school year. Students answered 80 questions about academics, administration, campus life, student body and themselves.
Topping the Stone-Cold Sober Schools for the 15th straight year? Utah’s Brigham Young University.
Derek Dooley finally is speaking the language Tennessee fans love to hear and haven’t been able to use for too many years. “You’re not going to have Tennessee to kick around anymore,” Dooley boasted at Southeastern Conference media days. He didn’t stop there either.
“I feel like we got a team that can go toe-to-toe for four quarters with all the teams in our league,” the Tennessee coach said.
Now the man whose job security depends on how many games his Volunteers win in his third season just has to back up all that tough talk. Tennessee has posted three losing records in the past four years and haven’t finished ranked in the Top 25 since 2007. Dooley’s first two seasons featured the first consecutive losing seasons in a century.