It was the hit seen round the world: With 8 minutes left in the fourth quarter of the 2013 Outback Bowl, Michigan running back Vincent Smith clutched the football in hopes of dashing down the field and securing a win for the Wolverines, who led by a point. But before Smith could even take a step, South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney burst through Michigans line and dealt a violent blow to the back, immediately sending him to the ground, knocking off his helmet, and forcing the ball loose. Clowney recovered the fumble, set up a South Carolina touchdown, and rallied the Gamecocks to an eventual 33-28 victory.
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