Jadeveon Clowney's hit.

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    Sharks Jadeveon Clowney's hit.

    Who else had that "OH SHIT! DAMN!" moment when they saw this?

    We all know next year's his last in college football. Is he the AD of defense?

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    Just another average play by the superior athletes of the SEC. They really are the chosen people of God, you know!

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    He is an absolute stud. I wish we could land some D-Linemen like him.

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    How he goes through untouched is unbelievable.

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    is he leaving early?

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    Originally Posted by barlowd View Post
    How he goes through untouched is unbelievable.
    Dude's a beast when he's actually blocked. Should be doubled almost every play. How do you whiff on him??
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    Originally Posted by H82Lose View Post
    is he leaving early?
    Yes after next year. He'll be a true junior next year.

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    Jadeveon Clowney's hit.

    That's a clown hit

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    Jadeveon Clowney's hit.

    It did help that he was absolutely unblocked.


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    Originally Posted by Seventyeight View Post
    Yes after next year. He'll be a true junior next year.
    shit. I thought he was a JR this year....thanks

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    That hit was so good they interrupted the game I was watching to show it. The announcer gave the professional broadcast version of "holy shit guys, you gotta see this hit by Clowney" as he cut in. Good stuff.

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    Anyone else confused on why it wasn't "targeting"? I hate the new targeting rules. I never know when a hit is great or illegal. To me, it looked like he put his helmet on the RB's chin.

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    Originally Posted by barlowd View Post
    How he goes through untouched is unbelievable.
    What's unbelievable is the coaching staff running this play asking the right guard to pull and block this beast before he kills the running back. .

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    Originally Posted by IndySooner View Post
    Anyone else confused on why it wasn't "targeting"? I hate the new targeting rules. I never know when a hit is great or illegal. To me, it looked like he put his helmet on the RB's chin.
    I know in NFL if the players hasn't made a football move and gets his like that its a flag
    but you can head on destroy a rb

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    Number 1 Pick 2014 NFL Draft, (BEFORE THE HIT)

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    That will probably be the hit of 2013. Heck it may even be the hit of the decade. He had another play a little later in the game similar to that one but not quite as violent.

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    I did in fact..... say "oh shit".
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    Its pretty remarkable to think that this guy is only a true sophomore. I feel bad for the o linemen that have to go up against him now, imagine how shitty it must have been to block him in high school.

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    Jadeveon Clowney's hit.

    I'm still trying to figure out how to pronounce his name.

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    No, Clowney is not the AD of defense. He was getting his ass beat for the significant majority of the game by Michigan's left tackle. On this play, Clowney is supposed to be picked up by the pulling guard. I saw a guy do this exact same thing in high school. If the playside DE on a counter trap reads the play quickly enough (he has to see the playside offensive tackle diving down to combo the playside DT, AND see the play develop in the backfield), he basically just needs to make a beeline for the RB.

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    Great name.

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    Dude is athletic and fast and has probably 60 lbs on the RB. Since he wasn't blocked, that was kind of inevitable.

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    Originally Posted by RockFlagandEagle View Post
    I'm still trying to figure out how to pronounce his name.
    Juh-day-v-on Clown-ee

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    Someone tweeted he has a better 40 than AJ Green, hmmm

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    He was a pimp coming out of HS
    The 6-6, 260-pounder, who possesses a 36-inch vertical leap and 4.5 speed in the 40-yard dash, racked up 306 tackles and 52.5 sacks over the last two seasons. Yes, those numbers are correct.

    He's a pimp in College, many think first pick in 2014 NFL draft

    the question is, when he plays with the big boys of the NFL, will his attributes that made him so dominate in HS and great in college, still be special in the NFL?

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    Originally Posted by Meni View Post
    LSU FREEK
    Freek forgot to make Clobbered's health meter go down
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    A hit knocking another player's helmet off is an obvious foul and should have been penalized. Where did the refs have their heads????

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    Originally Posted by Meni View Post
    Someone tweeted he has a better 40 than AJ Green, hmmm
    That's certainly inaccurate.

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    Originally Posted by SoonerDick View Post
    A hit knocking another player's helmet off is an obvious foul and should have been penalized. Where did the refs have their heads????
    No it's not. He's not a defenseless receiver. A running back in the open field can be hit square in the head legally.

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    Originally Posted by SoonerDick View Post
    A hit knocking another player's helmet off is an obvious foul and should have been penalized. Where did the refs have their heads????
    Hardly. The RB needs to learn how to adjust his helmet to fit properly.

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    He shall be crowned Beast Mode

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    Weren't we in his Top 5 during his recruitment process?

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    Originally Posted by vrortiz405 View Post
    Weren't we in his Top 5 during his recruitment process?
    No. South Carolina, Clemson, Alabama, Florida State, LSU and Ohio State were his top 6, but this was primarily a two horse race between South Carolina and Clemson.

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    Originally Posted by oorah_okie View Post
    Juh-day-v-on Clown-ee
    What happened to the e in his first name? Jud-day-ve-on.

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    A really underrated aspect of that play is how Clowney nonchalantly scoops the ball with one hand.
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    Originally Posted by RockFlagandEagle View Post
    What happened to the e in his first name? Jud-day-ve-on.
    silent?

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    Originally Posted by oorah_okie View Post
    silent?
    So dude's named Leon are now known as Lon.

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    Originally Posted by Meni View Post
    He was a pimp coming out of HS
    The 6-6, 260-pounder, who possesses a 36-inch vertical leap and 4.5 speed in the 40-yard dash, racked up 306 tackles and 52.5 sacks over the last two seasons. Yes, those numbers are correct.

    He's a pimp in College, many think first pick in 2014 NFL draft

    the question is, when he plays with the big boys of the NFL, will his attributes that made him so dominate in HS and great in college, still be special in the NFL?
    a 4.5 40 that will magically increase to 4.7 at the NFL combine

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    Huge fine for that hit in the NFL

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    Purely sick! That's gonna be played for years.

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    first comment on youtube: Roger Goodell´╗┐ saw this hit and immediately fined James Harrison $50k. I lol'd
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    Originally Posted by OSUSUCKSDICK View Post
    Huge fine for that hit in the NFL
    You think so? That looked really close to just under the chin and more on the chest. If the RB strapped his helmet on right I don't think it looks so bad.

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    The fact that he picked up the fumble with one hand and tried to run with it shows how freaky of an athlete he is...most guys just hit hard he actually played through the play
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    Originally Posted by Sooner Bob View Post
    You think so? That looked really close to just under the chin and more on the chest. If the RB strapped his helmet on right I don't think it looks so bad.
    Yes, definitely a fine only reason his helmet came off was because he hit him with his helmet right under his chin in an upward motion. That's still helmet to helmet.

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    Originally Posted by Morningwood View Post
    Freek forgot to make Clobbered's health meter go down
    Technically a decapitated head can be alive and conscious, up to 30 seconds after it leaves the body. So.... yeah.

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    Originally Posted by Morningwood View Post
    Freek forgot to make Clobbered's health meter go down
    Technically, the meter is already empty when you see the ""Finish Him" message in Mortal Kombat. I will now hand over my lunch money.

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    Originally Posted by sovasooner View Post
    A really underrated aspect of that play is how Clowney nonchalantly scoops the ball with one hand.
    He ran back kickoffs in Hs. Imagine that coming at you full speed, just get out of the way.

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