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Clowney: Doing his Best to Outshine Johnny Football

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I must be out of the loop.
When did a Chrysler 300 become an exotic car?
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View PostYellow, on 10 December 2013 - 07:56 AM, said:

I must be out of the loop.
When did a Chrysler 300 become an exotic car?

It look like a Phantom.
...til a Phantom pull up.

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View PostJoeGator, on 10 December 2013 - 08:10 AM, said:



It look like a Phantom.
...til a Phantom pull up.

In an interview last year they asked Clowney to share something about himself that most people don't know. He said that he's really cheap. He went on to say hat even when he's in the NFL he'll probably still be wearing cubic zirconia because " the light still twinkles when it hits the zirconia".

Don't be surprised if he's still driving that car a year from now.
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FREE CLOWNEY. He wasn't speeding everyone else just driving slow like grandma.

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So Dabo gets pulled by the police for going 30 over the speed limit. Clowney gets pulled over for going 40 over the speed limit. Well, that's just the diffence in ACC and SEC speed.  What do you expect?

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People are honestly questioning how he got a chrystler???  LOL

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Sure hope momma and daddy can pay for it.


Clowney is the son of Josenna Clowney, who has been a processing technician at the Frito-Lay plant in Charlotte, North Carolina, since 1994.[42][43] His father, David Morgan, was released from prison in 2006 after serving nearly 12 years for robbing a Rock Hill check-cashing business in 1995.[19][42][44] With his father incarcerated for much of his childhood, Clowney was raised by his mother and his maternal grandparents, John and Josephine Clowney, as well as his mother’s longtime boyfriend, Christopher Jones.[44]


Sure sounds like a family who can afford a 20,000 dollar car. And that is it being used when he bought it.....

Of course someone bought his ass a car. Don't be like the Texas A&M fans and whine about it.

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View PostHothotz, on 10 December 2013 - 09:54 AM, said:

Sure hope momma and daddy can pay for it.


Clowney is the son of Josenna Clowney, who has been a processing technician at the Frito-Lay plant in Charlotte, North Carolina, since 1994.[42][43] His father, David Morgan, was released from prison in 2006 after serving nearly 12 years for robbing a Rock Hill check-cashing business in 1995.[19][42][44] With his father incarcerated for much of his childhood, Clowney was raised by his mother and his maternal grandparents, John and Josephine Clowney, as well as his mother’s longtime boyfriend, Christopher Jones.[44]


Sure sounds like a family who can afford a 20,000 dollar car. And that is it being used when he bought it.....

I work with a number of car dealers and I promise they will give the parent of a soon to be a first round NFL player a legal load to buy the car with payments being put off a few months.

Plus I am seeing some reports saying that he has had the car since high school.

Stop reaching.

Edited by TrueGCFan, 10 December 2013 - 10:00 AM.

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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.

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Tennessee will rise to the top very soon

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View PostTrueGCFan, on 10 December 2013 - 10:00 AM, said:

I work with a number of car dealers and I promise they will give the parent of a soon to be a first round NFL player a legal load to buy the car with payments being put off a few months.

Plus I am seeing some reports saying that he has had the car since high school.

Stop reaching.

I find it funny. Such delusion is accepted in college football I guess. I bet he has had it since highschool. I bet it came with a Gamecock tag on it ready to go lol.

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speeding....really ??

he must have gang ties if he was speeding.....
















































































































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View PostHothotz, on 10 December 2013 - 10:03 AM, said:



I find it funny. Such delusion is accepted in college football I guess. I bet he has had it since highschool. I bet it came with a Gamecock tag on it ready to go lol.

No...it isn't delusional to think a kid could get a Chrysler.

It's delusional to think your football players only get in trouble because the campus police hate them.
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View Postcocky4ever, on 10 December 2013 - 11:19 AM, said:

No...it isn't delusional to think a kid could get a Chrysler.

It's delusional to think your football players only get in trouble because the campus police hate them.

When have I said such? If you haven't learned by now, I am not one for big conspiracies, I will call a spade a spade. Just like how I never sugar coat the Braves, have never waivered from my "get rid of Richt" stance and have never said Athens PD is out to get UGA.

He got the car from a booster. Big deal, Walker got a house. Accept it and move on lol

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If arguably the best Defensive End in college football only got a Chrystler, I think the school should re-evaluate our booster program.

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