Speaking of strange aftermath: Player thrown under said bus.
Defensive end Jamie Cumbie gave his version Tuesday night of how he was left behind after Saturday’s game in Atlanta.
Cumbie said he had an “altercation” on the team bus with defensive coordinator Vic Koenning, who admitted being involved.
During his interview with reporters, Cumbie openly stated his belief he should be starting. He was bumped from the first-stringers last week by sophomore Jarvis Jenkins, regarded as a superior run-stopper.
Yet asked specifically if playing time sparked the confrontation, Cumbie replied: “Not even playing time. There were just a few things going on, some personal stuff.”
So Cumbie was told to get off the bus.
Asked whether Koenning told him to get on another of Clemson’s buses, Cumbie said:“Uh, you know, really, I was arguing and stuff, and there were things said that I didn’t hear. I was heated. I apologize for what I did, and I shouldn’t have reacted that way. You know, things happen. Tempers flare, especially after a big game like that.”
Hey, a kid not listening. Shocker.
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