Kelly Bryant injured against Auburn

by - Assoc. Editor -

Clemson starting quarterback Kelly Bryant was injured in the second quarterback of the Auburn game on Saturday night.

Bryant's shoulder was drilled into the ground on the play. He was down for a few minutes as several coaches and the training staff huddled around him. He eventually walked to the sidelines but appeared a little woozy.

Zerrick Cooper came into the game to replace Bryant.

Update: Bryant is warming up on the sidelines.
Update: Bryant is no longer warming up and sitting on the sidelines with his teammates.
Update: Bryant has joined the offensive huddle and is back into the game.
Update: Bryant led his team down the field for a touchdown for a 7-6 lead.
Update: Swinney said during his postgame press conference that Bryant just got the wind knocked out of him and he's fine.

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