South Carolina defensive star Jadeveon Clowney likely will miss the Gamecocks’ spring game Saturday because of a neck injury that is not deemed to be serious.“His neck and back (are) stiff,” defensive coordinator Lorenzo Ward said. “Whether he goes another snap [this spring], I don’t care.”The All-American defensive end reportedly sprained his neck last week when he collided with defensive tackle J.T. Surratt in practice. Clowney was not cleared for practice Tuesday, but he seemed optimistic his absence the rest of the week will not hurt his preparation for 2013.“It’s not really about being out here,” Clowney told reporters. “It’s about learning the playbook. We put in some new stuff, so all I have to do is learn the play calls. The rest of it, I’ll catch up on.”As long as Clowney’s neck heals properly, there should be no fallout from this injury other than disappointment for fans watching the annual Garnett & Black Spring Game on Saturday. Clowney is expected to be a Heisman Trophy candidate after ranking second nationally in sacks (13) and tackles for loss (23½).While Clowney might not be in pads, he will be honored at halftime as the winner of the 2012 Ted Hendricks Award, presented to the nation’s top defensive end. Former college and NFL great Ted Hendricks will be on hand to present the trophy with Gamecocks’ coach Steve Spurrier.
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppTurks and Caicos, April 18, 2017 – Providenciales – Detectives of the Royal Turks and Caicos Islands Police Force have arrested and charged a 36 year old female and her 30 year old husband of Leeward Palms with Handling Stolen Goods in connection with a report that was made on Friday 7th April 2017.On that date, a complainant reported to police that around 8:55pm, he was at his home in Belglade Gardens when he was robbed by three masked men dressed in dark clothing with guns in their possession. He further stated that one of the males pistol whipped him to the left side of his head causing an injury. The culprits got away with a 2008 Silver Nissan Skyline car, Xbox game and a Jamaican Passport. Three victim was taken to the Cheshire Hall Medical Centre and was later released.The duo are also arrested on suspicion of Aggravated Burglary and Robbery in connection to other reports.Press Release: RTCIPF#duoarrestedfromLeewardPalms Related Items:#duoarrestedfromLeewardPalms Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp
ADC AUTHOR The Army has made progress in preventing suicide but “more work needs to be done,” an Army spokeswoman told Army Times last week after data showed suicide up 20 percent in the Army in 2018. Across all services, suicide ticked down slightly.The latest DOD data shows the problem is most acute among active duty personnel as opposed to reserve and Guard members.Service members and family at a joint suicide intervention skills training at Camp McCrady, S.C. Photo by Michael Mascari