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Clowney ticketed going 110mph in 70mph zone.

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December 9th, 2013 -

South Carolina Gamecocks Defensive End Jadeveon Clowney was ticketed Saturday night for driving 110 mph in a 70 mph  zone.

Clowney was pulled over going north on Interstate 77 Saturday night around 7:30.  He was stopped at mile marker 39 in Lancaster County according to Highway Patrol.

Clowney was ticketed and charged with speeding.  It is a 6-point speeding violation.

Highway Patrol tells News 2 anything over 25 mph the speed limit is considered reckless and Clowney could have been arrested.

Clowney was driving a Chrysler 300 and was cooperative with law enforcement.

Monday, Clowney and four other Gamecock players were named to the Associated Press All-SEC Team.  See that story on our website, Counton2.com.

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