During one of the first 17 hours of College GameDay, it was reported that Jadaveon Clowney did not ride the South Carolina team bus to Razorback Stadium. The GameDay crew then spent the next couple hours using various talking heads to discuss Clowney’s me-first attitude, accusing him of playing up injuries and basically villainizing him. Then, out of nowhere, Chris Fowler issued an apology because the whole bus story was completely fabricated. Clowney rode the bus. Clowney will play. This is ESPN at its finest.
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