Boulware says he has been playing with one arm

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Clemson linebacker Ben Boulware talked to the media on Saturday night and had a few comments on the injuries that he has played through the last few weeks.

"My shoulder is killing me. I have been playing with one arm the past two games," Boulware shared.

Boulware and the rest of the team can get some rest for their bodies after a grueling stretch of football games in a row.

"This next month is going to be huge to get my shoulder completely back to where it was and finally can play with two arms," Boulware said. "It's huge. Our whole team is hurting. We have played 10 or 11 weeks in a row. This week is going to be huge. I'm so excited about these next couple of weeks. I can get healthy, and a lot of guys on the team get healthy.

Boulware said that he feels pretty good during the game, but his shoulder area starts hurting afterwards.

"It was moving pretty good, and I will get a couple of shots in it," Boulware said. "It feels fine in the game, and then I will get a couple of hits on it during the game. The shot is starting to wear off, and it will start hurting like crap on the bus."

Boulware had three tackles against North Carolina on Saturday.

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