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Crowder Clarifies Remarks From Sunday Radio Show

It’s safe to say that Channing Crowder made a splash in the media on the premier of his radio show on Sunday.

Crowder said on the topic of Terrelle Pryor and Jim Tressel leaving Ohio State that he supports them.

Crowder also said that he “hypothetically” he sold his jerseys to some Jacksonville business men that were “hypothetically” interested in his play.

Crowder helped clarify those remarks today on a WQAM radio show today.

“I was trying to say that if you wanted to make money off your name — why couldn’t you make money off your name? And they put it out there like they want to have an investigation on the University of Florida now.

I said hypothetically twice [Sunday]. I said, hypothetically, if I didn’t have any more of my jerseys because let’s say, hypothetically, some wealthy businessmen liked my play at Florida . . . and they took it and ran off with it.

“As a matter of fact, I think so highly of myself and my mom thinks highly of me so I can’t sell any of my jerseys. I’ve got to keep them all.”

Let’s face it, Crowder is one of the more entertaining guys in the league right now, and what he said on Thursday is true. College players should be allowed to sell something that has their name on it. But that is for another blog to discuss.

It would not surprise me if Crowder sold some of his jerseys during his Florida tenure, but we’re talking about Channing Crowder here, the man who didn’t know how to locate London on a map during the 2007 season. At this point, not a lot of things that he could say would surprise me, including this.

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