Updates on Jadeveon Clowney After Being Ticketed for Speeding Twice in 1 Month

Tim Keeney@@t_keenContributor IDecember 9, 2013

Updates from Thursday, Dec. 26

Jadeveon Clowney was reportedly cited for another speeding ticket. John Monk of The State provides details on the South Carolina star's second violation in the month of December:

Thursday morning, University of South Carolina defensive football star Jadeveon Clowney got another traffic ticket for speeding.

This time, an officer from the Columbia police department stopped Clowney and charged him with going 84 miles per hour in a 55-mph zone.

ESPN college football analyst Tom Luginbill has this quote from Steve Spurrier, who comments on Clowney's most recent infraction:

Classic Spurrier on Clowney speeding. "He needs to go to driving school. Hopefully they'll send him there after the bowl game." #Priceless

— Tom Luginbill (@TomLuginbill) December 26, 2013

If you thought that was good, check out this gem of a quote courtesy of Doug Zaleski from The Star Press:

Spurrier on Clowney's 2nd speeding tic: "At least he'll have enough money to pay for it a week or so from now." Spurrier the Honey Badger?

— Doug Zaleski (@DougZaleski) December 27, 2013

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