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USC’s Clowney Says 3 QBs Are Scared Of Him

gfx - they said itOn or off the field, Jadeveon Clowney — South Carolina’s beast of a defensive end who supposedly ran a 4.46 40-yard dash in recent days — likes going after quarterbacks.  Yesterday at SEC Media Days, the man expected to go first in next year’s NFL draft recorded some verbal sacks, naming three quarterbacks he felt were/are scared of him.

Clemson’s Tajh Boyd, Georgia’s Aaron Murray, and Arkansas’ Tyler Wilson were the three QBs Clowney named.  Of Murray and Boyd he said:

 

“You can look at a guy and tell if he’s scared.  If he’s staring at me before the ball is snapped, if he’s staring at me before every snap, I’m just like: Oh, we got him.  I told my teammates: (Murray’s) shook.  We’ve just gotta get a couple hits on him (and) he’ll turn the ball over.  Throwing before he wants to, sliding…

(Boyd) is scared every time we play them.  I know he’s listening to this right now but I’m telling the truth.”

 

Big talk.  Of course, anyone who’s seen Clowney play knows he’s fully capable of backing it up.

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SEC Headlines – 11/2/11 Part One

1.  Big 12 interim commissioner Chuck Neinas says he fully expects West Virginia to be in his league in 2012.  He also said his league can work with 11 teams next fall if Missouri stays.

2.  Florida and Vanderbilt battling for… bowl eligibility.  (Ever think you’d see that?)

3.  Injuries continue to haunt the Gators.

4.  Georgia’s kick coverage unit needs some fixing.

5.  Once reliable kicker Blair Walsh could use some help, too.

6.  Receiver Matt Roark’s big night against MSU (13 catches for 116 yards) helped restore his confidence.

7.  John Calipari wants his team to be physical and play good defense in tonight’s exhibition opener against tiny Transylvania.  (Shouldn’t that game have been scheduled for Halloween?)

8.  South Carolina will need to get pressure on Arkansas’ Tyler Wilson this weekend.

9.  Here’s an odd fact: Carolina is 7-1 and ranked in the BCS Top 10… but the Gamecocks have not scored first in a single game this season.

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