On his first day coaching one of college football’s best players in recent memory, Deke Adams did something that his new boss loved to see. He taught. The first time Adams put his defensive linemen through a drill meant to emphasize hip rotation, they didn’t quite get it. So when the Gamecocks entered the special teams portion of Tuesday’s practice, the first of the spring, Adams brought his players back together, with the lower-profile guys standing alongside All-American end Jadeveon Clowney.
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