Wow, after watching this happen in the game and then seeing the video your stomach kind of drops a little for this kid. One second youre future looks so bright, the next ‘Spaghetti Leg’ and possible career over. However, some good news out of South Carolina, it appears that the injury was only a dislocated knee and ligament. Which, when held up to the video footage is pretty remarkable. Nothing has been speculated as to Lattimore returning this season however, he has one red shirt season available.
Mr Clark described to The Tennessean that it was like a calling for his wife of 26 years to go and find them a daughter. Little did they know that three daughters would be coming back with them after much tireless work on their part.
The sisters they came to adopt were Kristina, 13, Nastia, 11, and Natasha, nine. At first the government and agencies said no five times, in part because of the case of Artem Hansen – who was adopted from Russia in 2009 before being put alone on a plane back to Russia less than a year later.
Looks like the Clarks just got a head start on Rio De Janeiro 2016, Their next venture is to “adopt” two fifteen year old Chinese twins who got an early start as pole vaulters just looking for a meal.
I know what you’re up to Clark Family, Cant pull one over on me… this story sounds eerily familiar. Tennessee families just doing work:
Miggles – Tennessee returns 17 starters including QB Tyler Bray. They are also going to have to be without standout Da’Rick Rogers do to suspension. I actually dont think this causes too much concern for them has they still have a very good WR core with Justin Hunter and transfer Coradelle Patterson, both of which can handle the load lost by Rogers. NC State rests much of its hopes in the hands of Mike Glennon who by no means is a slouch. They are however returning with the same dismall run game they had a year ago, placing added presure on Glennon. State is also returning the NCAA leading 27 interception secondary, which will pose problems for pretty much any team they face. I do believe though that the SEC is just too much for State and it will come down to the unteachables of speed and strength. Im taking the Vol’s in a lower then expected scoring affiar.
State is starting this season with an experienced group of athletes. 6’6 230 lb Glennon is back with a vengence. He wants to go to the show and he is good enough to get there. He will be a premier QB in college football this year. Tennessee is long out of the SEC title race, they have a sub par defense which has undergone so many changes and lack team chemistry. Although State has younger under experienced line backers the boys up front can hold their own. There is a lot to prove for both sides but state will pull it out.