Jadeveon Clowney hasn't been having that awesome of a year compared to his dominance last year. His stats haven't been up there and he's garnered some criticism after he made a last-second decision to not play against Kentucky because of his strained rib injury, which led head coach Steve Spurrier to passive-aggressively state "if he doesn't want to play, he doesn't have to play. Simple as that."

It turns out Clowney didn't necessarily slack off or wanted to save himself from further injury. Oh no. Clowney was saving his opponents from himself. Sadly, he realized that it was his job to eat people alive, so it was with a heavy heart he completely annihilated Tennessee's Vincent Smith  Rajion Neal. Condolences to Tennessee.

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[via Black Sports Online]