Two Clemson OL will no longer play at Clemson


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Noah Green was a highly regarded recruit

Clemson coach Dabo Swinney spoke with the media following Saturday's Orange and White game and shared that Clemson offensive linemen Noah Green and Logan Tisch both will no longer play football but they will be part of the program going forward.

"Noah has taken a medical," Swinney said. "He decided that back in December. It's a decision that he made. Those of you close to the program know he has had some health issues, some intestinal things and stuff that he was born with. He has had a couple of surgeries. That was a big loss for us because Noah is a good football player, but he is still in the program."

Tisch will be another hit to Clemson's depth at offensive linemen with him no longer playing.

"Logan is another one, a walk-on for us but very important part of our program," Swinney said. "Both of those of those guys are not going to be able to play anymore, but they will still be a part of what we do on a day to day basis."

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