Swinney updates injuries on team


by - Assoc. Editor -
    |

Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney spoke to the media on his weekly teleconference on Sunday and updated his team injuries after Saturday's 56-3 domination against Kent State.

The Tigers escaped the game very healthy as the only injury mentioned was starting safety Van Smith.

"Healthwise we came out of it pretty good," Swinney said. "I will know a little bit more on Van (Smith) tomorrow. He felt a lot better today, but I will see where he is at tomorrow. He left the game with a sprain in his knee. We held him out the second half, but he looked a lot better today. So hopefully he will be OK, but I will know more tomorrow."

Smith was seen with an ice pack on his right knee on the sidelines on Saturday.

Swinney also said that defensive tackle Jabril Robinson will be back at practice tomorrow after being suspended for the Kent State game for a violation of team rules.

Send Feedback to Tony Crumpton: Email | Comment
    |
Loading...
Post your comments!

Clemson-Louisville was most-watched prime-time game

Five Questions Answered

Inside the Road Trip: Big game vibe was missing from Louisville

Former Clemson LB traded to Dolphins

Don't want to get smacked by Wilkins? Don't score. Or play rock-paper-scissors

ESPN analyst: Bryant 'will be better' than Watson

WATCH: Clemson is a complete football team

Dates set for 2018 Clemson-SC, Clemson-TAMU

Former Clemson WR signs with Roughriders
Sign Up for E-Mail News Alerts
Features
Updates
Daily Digest