Clemson QB Cole Stoudt Pranks Teammates, Madison 16U Softball Team Wins Babe Ruth World Series, Erwin Football Hungry to Shine Again (8-4-14)

Updated: Tuesday, August 5 2014, 12:31 AM EDT
Clemson QB Cole Stoudt Pranks Teammates, Madison 16U Softball Team Wins Babe Ruth World Series, Erwin Football Hungry to Shine Again (8-4-14) story image
Clemson quarterback, Cole Stoudt has big shoes to fill, replacing Tajh Boyd.  But no one can say that Stoudt takes himself too seriously.  The QB playing a classic prank on his teammates and even some fans today.  Stoudt got suited up in full game-day gear and posed as a mannequin in the lobby of Clemson's football facility.  When innocent teammates walked into the lobby, Stoudt suddenly moved and scared the living daylights out of his friends.  He even startled a few fans who strolled past him. 

The Madison 16U softball team won the Babe Ruth World Series Monday night.  Madison beat Lodi from California 8-1 in the Championship game.  The team is made up of high school softball players from Madison, Buncombe and Haywood counties. Clemson QB Cole Stoudt Pranks Teammates, Madison 16U Softball Team Wins Babe Ruth World Series, Erwin Football Hungry to Shine Again (8-4-14)
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