Originally Posted by bhsman
Brett Kollman, film guru of BattleRedBlog, makes the case for Clowney
. Very interesting read, even for someone like me who watched cut-ups of Clowney's game against Tennessee, because Kollmann made the point to watch the entire game
, and noted how Clowney was playing when he'd been on the field for a certain length of time, what the context of the play was (after a turnover by the Gamecock offense or whether he had been resting for 20 minutes due to a long drive) and how that affected his play.
Anyone who has questions about Clowney's "motor" or "heart" should give this a read.
At the same time, that was his best game from what I saw. He doesn't always play that way.