South Carolina defensive end Jadevon Clowney was pulled over for driving above the speed limit for the second time this month. According to the Associated Press, the Gamecocks star was reportedly driving 25 miles per hour over the 55 mph speed limit on an interstate close to South Carolina’s campus.
Clowney was stopped Thursday morning after being clocked traveling 84 mph in a 55 mph zone. Earlier this month Clowney was pulled over for driving at a speed of 110 mph in a 70 mph zone. As reported by the Associated Press, drivers in South Carolina receive six points on their driving record and can receive 12 points before their licenses are suspended.
Clowney’s status for South Carolina’s Outback Bowl against Wisconsin remains unchanged at this moment, and the driving offenses may not be enough of a reason for Steve Spurrier to keep his defensive star out of the lineup.