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Columbia, SC (WLTX) -- Columbia Police have released video showing the Thursday morning traffic stop involving USC defensive end Jadeveon Clowney. The officer says Clowney was driving 84 mph in a 55 mph zone.

The officer pulled over Clowney around 10:30 am on I-26 near I-126. The team was scheduled to leave for Orlando for the Capitol One Bowlabout an hour later.

Video from the officer's dash cam shows a Chrysler 300 drive past the police car, then the officer turns on his lights and siren. You can hear someone in the car tell the officer "I have to get to the stadium before they leave." After the officer writes a speeding ticket, Clowney gets out of the car and trades places with a passenger.

The ticket carries a $445 fine. Clowney was given a February court date if he chooses to fight the ticket.

Earlier this month, a state trooper pulled over Clowney on Interstate 77 in Fairfield County. The trooper said Clowney was driving 110 miles an hour in a 70 mile an hour zone.

Previous Coverage: Dash Cam Video Shows Clowney's December 7 Traffic Stop

In South Carolina,pleading guilty to drivingat least 25 mph over the speed limit gets 6 points taken off their license. Licenses are suspended after 12 points are removed.