South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney expressed himself after this weekend's big blow from the Bulldogs. Last year's SEC Defensive Player of the Year is frustrated.
Clowney only recorded three tackles and one sack in Saturday's loss. The week before, he left the field with no sacks. Something not typical of the powerful defensive end.
Clowney says the coaches need to be more creative and find more ways to use him. He can't do much of anything when opposing offenses, like Georgia, play away from him. They know he's a threat so teams are making the move to keep him out of the game all together. In order to get around this, Clowney wants coaches to put him somewhere else on the field so he can help his team win.