South Carolina 3rd-String QB Injured in Moped Accident

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) -- South Carolina third-string quarterback Andrew Clifford is out for up to three weeks after he was knocked unconscious when he fell off his mo-ped while carrying a pizza he bought as a late-night snack.

Coach Steve Spurrier said Tuesday that Clifford wasn't wearing a
helmet and suffered a concussion and needed a few stitches. Spurrier says he hopes it is a lesson to the rest of his players who drive mo-peds.

He said you can't tell the players to do everything in life, although you can advise them to wear a helmet and encourage them. "

Clifford, who is a sophomore, threw two passes last year, a
10-yard completion and an interception.


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