The Unlikely Inspiration of Clemson's Bad Boy
He always had this idea of what it would look like and how he'd respond, a mental snapshot of something he never wanted to see. And then it happened. His brother was facedown and unconscious in the mud last spring in a full grand mal seizure, his body contracting and contorting while the very air he needed was blocked by thick, rust-orange South Carolina clay and dirty water. "I thought he was going to die," Ben Boulware says now.