Huegel scares teammates with snake at Habitat for Humanity Day

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The Clemson Football team is working with the Habitat for Humanity on Tuesday afternoon for their team's community service day.

During the work, Clemson starting kicker Greg Heugel found a baby snake and was trying to scare different Clemson defensive linemen including Albert Huggins, Nyles Pinckney, and Sterling Johnson.

Clemson freshman Dexter Lawrence was one of the players responsible for the pressure washing.

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