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Clowney: Doing his Best to Outshine Johnny Football

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http://espn.go.com/c...driving-110-mph



Going 110 in a Chrysler 300.




Krieging his ass off.

Getting all crazy before he is making the big bucks. Then again, we know the USC boosters are taking care of him :trollface:
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BREAKING NEWS: Hendrick Motorsports has reached out to grab Mr. Clowney.
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What a terrible person. He should be kicked off the team, barred from ever playing football again and sentenced to 20 years in Missouri as punishment

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stop acting like you never got a speeding ticket while in college!  hes about to be one of the top picks in the draft...who really cares!
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The speeding isn't the big story(even though 110 miles per hour is nuts).

The story is the Chrysler 300.
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View PostRamboMizzou, on 10 December 2013 - 12:33 AM, said:

The speeding isn't the big story(even though 110 miles per hour is nuts).

The story is the Chrysler 300.
I know everyone would love to hang him, but hes not that stupid...plus you better believe the university is on him at all times...youre grasping at straws here!
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View PostMrGamecockFan, on 10 December 2013 - 12:42 AM, said:


I know everyone would love to hang him, but hes not that stupid...plus you better believe the university is on him at all times...youre grasping at straws here!

Oh yeah. Definitely.

No way a star player gets caught doing something that breaks the NCAA rules. How stupid can I be to think that.....
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Getting speeding tickets is one thing, but going 110 is a LITTLE excessive.

As for him owning a Chrysler 300, I'm going to withhold judgement on that one because I don't think we should judge whether it was provided to him or not through the right means.  For example, two of our basketball players in recent memory (Michael Kidd-Gilchrist and Patrick Patterson) got brand new cars while in school before getting drafted.  In both cases, the parents bought both of them cars.

I'm not saying that this isn't the case here but we all know Clowney is going to get paid really soon so it wouldn't surprise me if his parents bought him one knowing he will pay them back or if he got a loan of his own to get a car (because even I'm sure the bank would know that he would be good for it as soon as he was drafted).

Either way, I'll withhold judgement on the car.  However, I know plenty of people who speed but going 110mph ANYWHERE is definitely beyond just "speeding" IMO.  Thats just reckless at that point.  If anybody was going that fast, their license should be suspended on the spot.
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View PostRamboMizzou, on 10 December 2013 - 01:05 AM, said:

Oh yeah. Definitely.

No way a star player gets caught doing something that breaks the NCAA rules. How stupid can I be to think that.....

that wouldnt happen under spurrier, as he is a disciplinarian...
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Maybe he had to take a shit
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His grandma from Mexico bought it for him.



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So dude was strtching the legs on a want to be bentley. Meh. I used to take my aunts chevy lumina car not van out and hit the engines governor at 105 in the back roads of Thomson Ga when I was 15/16. I had a Mazda MX3 hatchback that my folks made me sell because of a speeding ticket in south Ga of 130. In college I had a honda civic that I got speeding tickets every 6 months or so in sparta Ga. I had so many I knew the judge on a first name basis and she would always reduce the ticket to no points so I could keep my license. The human male is preprogramed to go fast when driving. The faster the car can go the faster we tend to want to go. We never outgrow it we just learn tocontrol it.


I was in a supped up 60s-70s volkswagon carmagean (dude put a chevy small block in it) in atlanta riding around 285 with the thing pegged out. I was slightly drunk and the driver was slightly high and we got pulled over for reckless driving dodging ladders in the road (fell off a work truck I assume) infront of a police cruiser trying to clear the ladders at 3 in the morning.

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View Postsmokeyone, on 10 December 2013 - 07:05 AM, said:

So dude was strtching the legs on a want to be bentley. Meh. I used to take my aunts chevy lumina car not van out and hit the engines governor at 105 in the back roads of Thomson Ga when I was 15/16. I had a Mazda MX3 hatchback that my folks made me sell because of a speeding ticket in south Ga of 130. In college I had a honda civic that I got speeding tickets every 6 months or so in sparta Ga. I had so many I knew the judge on a first name basis and she would always reduce the ticket to no points so I could keep my license. The human male is preprogramed to go fast when driving. The faster the car can go the faster we tend to want to go. We never outgrow it we just learn tocontrol it.


I was in a supped up 60s-70s volkswagon carmagean (dude put a chevy small block in it) in atlanta riding around 285 with the thing pegged out. I was slightly drunk and the driver was slightly high and we got pulled over for reckless driving dodging ladders in the road (fell off a work truck I assume) infront of a police cruiser trying to clear the ladders at 3 in the morning.

Def. sounds like Atlanta.

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View PostRamboMizzou, on 10 December 2013 - 12:33 AM, said:

The speeding isn't the big story(even though 110 miles per hour is nuts).

The story is the Chrysler 300.

View PostShow Stopper, on 10 December 2013 - 01:15 AM, said:

Getting speeding tickets is one thing, but going 110 is a LITTLE excessive.

As for him owning a Chrysler 300, I'm going to withhold judgement on that one because I don't think we should judge whether it was provided to him or not through the right means.  For example, two of our basketball players in recent memory (Michael Kidd-Gilchrist and Patrick Patterson) got brand new cars while in school before getting drafted.  In both cases, the parents bought both of them cars.

I'm not saying that this isn't the case here but we all know Clowney is going to get paid really soon so it wouldn't surprise me if his parents bought him one knowing he will pay them back or if he got a loan of his own to get a car (because even I'm sure the bank would know that he would be good for it as soon as he was drafted).



You guys do realize we're not talking about Challenger or a Corvette here. We're talking about a Chrystler.























































































A Chrystler...

Edited by bmccall, 10 December 2013 - 07:51 AM.

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