In looking ahead to Missouri’s next opponent, South Carolina, Tigers offensive coordinator Josh Henson singled out sophomore defensive end Darius English (5) for praise. “I don’t know that you’ll see a Jadeveon Clowney again,” Henson said. “That guy’s pretty special, but (English) has a chance to be pretty good.”
In looking ahead to Missouri’s next opponent, South Carolina, Tigers offensive coordinator Josh Henson singled out sophomore defensive end Darius English (5) for praise. “I don’t know that you’ll see a Jadeveon Clowney again,” Henson said. “That guy’s pretty special, but (English) has a chance to be pretty good.” File photo by Kim Kim Foster-Tobin The State (Columbia, S.C.)
In looking ahead to Missouri’s next opponent, South Carolina, Tigers offensive coordinator Josh Henson singled out sophomore defensive end Darius English (5) for praise. “I don’t know that you’ll see a Jadeveon Clowney again,” Henson said. “That guy’s pretty special, but (English) has a chance to be pretty good.” File photo by Kim Kim Foster-Tobin The State (Columbia, S.C.)
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September 25, 2014 2:00 AM

Q&A: Jadeveon Clowney is gone, but the South Carolina Gamecocks are still loaded on defense

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