Should Steve Spurrier Let Jadeveon Clowney Play on Offense in 2013?

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Should Steve Spurrier Let Jadeveon Clowney Play on Offense in 2013?
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Since many folks have wildly compared South Carolina’s super-stud Jadeveon Clowney to the legendary Chuck Norris, why in the world couldn’t he play on both sides of the ball?

Think about it, if Chuck Norris played football, he’d play both ways.

And, when the dust settled on his final season on the collegiate grid he’d take home the Heisman Trophy, the Doak Walker Award, the Bronco Nagurski Award, the Ted Hendricks Award, the John Mackey Award and then the Ray Guy and Lou Groza Awards just for good measure.

The following slideshow delves further into the concept of the Norris-like Clowney playing both ways in 2013 and presents a trio of pros and cons to Steve Spurrier giving his stud DE the nod to suit up with the offense as well as the D.

If nothing else, it’s intriguing to consider what Clowney, who is arguably the most skilled athlete in the college ranks, could do in terms of gaining yards as opposed to taking them away.

 

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